Hot Wheels 10-in-1 Super Set

from Mattel


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  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

  • 4 D batteries required
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Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

With the Hot Wheels 10-in-1 Super Set, kids can race and create 10 unique Hot Wheels tracks using one transformable set. This set includes more than 21 feet of raceway for creating twists, turns, and hair-raising churns. The set's easy-to-follow diagrams show kids how to set up each of the 10 configurations. Loops, curves, and two electronic boosters can be used for non-stop speed around the track. Kids can easily redesign the racetrack with just a few clicks, connects, and snaps of the orange track pieces. The set includes one die-cast Hot Wheels car.

Is It Fun?

The pieces within this set make for a diverse network of tracks and race options that kids can put together to play. Hot Wheels fans will love having so many different options for racing and crashing action. Because this set is all about racing and crashing, kids are definitely going to want to add more Hot Wheels cars to the set. Additional cars can be purchased separately, but we're sure that your Hot Wheels fan probably already has a whole collection of cars at home.

Who It’s For

The Hot Wheels 10-in-1 Super Set is for Hot Wheels fans ages 5 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Four D batteries are required but not included.

It took us 20 minutes to assemble this track set in the first configuration. We think that younger kids will need help from parents to set this up.

We suggest setting this up in a bedroom instead of a family room (or in some place where kids can leave it out) because once you set it up, you're going to leave it out for awhile to reconfigure it and play.