|Educational Objective(s)||Hand-Eye Coordination, Open Ended Play, Problem Solving, Task Completion, Role Play|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||8 August 2012|
|Mfg Recommended age||36 months - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||33214|
|Product Dimensions||8.89 x 3.81 x 5.08 cm; 117 Grams|
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Brio 33214 Freight Battery Engine Train
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- Durable retro design toy is a perfect match for any young train lover
- Includes 1x Battery Engine
- The item measures 8.9 x 3.6 x 5cm
- Suitable for ages 3 Years and up
- Manufactured to BRIO's high standards and from FSC Certified wood
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See the headlights of this freight engine in the distance. You can stop, reverse and go forward at any time you want with a simple push of the button.
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**Edit - 1 month later, infrequent use one of the rubber drive wheels detached from the "axle" i guess you call it, so now when you turn it on the axle spins and the wheels don't. So it's broken. Expected alot more from a brand like this. Will be going with the cheaper generic trains and tracks. No point paying a premium price for something so poorly made.
A couple of niggles... it doesn't free roll and the operation panel on top of the train is difficult to click forwards or backwards. Hard for little hands and big hands. Operates using 1xAA battery which isn't provided and a pain to put in. For this i give it 4 stars.
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4/5 stars due to the fact you can't push it, it has it be turned on (forward or backwards)
EDIT: Nearly 3 years later, the rubber which is located on the drive wheels has worn down the train can no longer climb the bridges without assistance, it takes him a little go but can manage to clamber up on a solo travel, just so people are aware, we've used "Stong Train" a fair bit, seems like buying a set of unofficial rubber tracks is the only solution since Brio don't have a spares department
But in under 2 months it broke. The motor seemed to have got stuck and it no longer works. Taking it apart showed it was all clean, and giving the motor a spin kicked it into life for a few more minutes before it got stuck again.
For the price I would expect a lot more life out of this toy.