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Imagination Express Imagineering Train Set by Lionel

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Imagination Express Imagineering Train Set by Lionel is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
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$49.99
$42.49
Item Number: 8203210000

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Take your personalized caboose for a ride on the rails with this new Crayola™ Imagination Express Imagineering Train Set. Featuring a quick-connect track and a working “Crayon Box Factory” you are in total control of your own adventure! Build child development skills; creativity, imaginative play, problem solving and motor skills. Oval track measures 20.5" x 27".

Color your Caboose each time you play!

  • Recommended
    for ages 3 years and up
  • CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Features

Set Includes:
Steam Engine
Gondola
Color Me Caboose
Two 9" straight track pieces
Two 6" straight track pieces
Two 3" straight track pieces
Creation Station
One rainbow paraffin load
One box load

Imagination Express Imagineering Train Set by Lionel is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful product We have a little one who is obsessed with trains so she received this imagination express as a gift for Christmas. Well, turns out, it’s NOT what you’d think. We looked all over the box, directions, etc for batteries - we figured out the slots on the back are good for AAA but there is no contacts, no engine, nothing. The tracts also have slots in the middle of the tract that are for traction. This thing is a joke. There should be somewhere on the box that states it’s not powered. What is a train if it’s not powered?? It will be sent back and we will go elsewhere for a better, powered, REAL train.
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I love that this product keeps my 3 year old son engaged in play and imagination. The quality of the material is superb. He loves making crayons and pushing the train around the track making train noises. Who needs a battery powered train (which he has) that only entertains him for a few mins and then he gets bored and the train takes off on the floor or battery dies. Love this product and best of all so does my son.
Date published: 2020-03-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected My son has adopted a love for trains so when I was shopping I thought this would be perfect for him. The box depicts a boy inserting what appears to be a log of crayon material and turning it into a box via the sawmill. Neat, but how does it do this? Well, it turns out it's just a quick exchange of one for the other and it's all plastic, just sorta neat. Now the train...I couldn't find anywhere on the box stating what type of batteries the engine took for power. I looked over the picture and it appeared to have ribbed rear wheels for traction and a screwed hinged compartment on the back where batteries could go. I mean, why else would these features be there if not for power and grip? Once I got it home and took it out, I unscrewed the compartment and there was 3 slots that stated AAA and did in fact fit the battery however, it's a dummy chassis. It's my conclusion that Crayola figured it was cheaper to use the same engine as their powered ones and just gutted out all the metal contacts. Nowhere on the box does it state it's manual powered nor does it state it's Battey powered either. It's not until you dive into the instructions that it says it's a manual powered train. In conclusion, for this toy to even come close to being worth $49 dollars U.S. it needs to have a self-propelled engine. I could've purchased something bigger, powered and better for less. The only thing you're paying for here is the name.
Date published: 2019-12-27
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