Of course I agreed, and after a few days received the package, as a child my favorite game was Lego , I remember myself sitting for hours with my Lego…
Now as a parent I'm positive that Lego games are the most developing action for kids(aged 6 to 99 ) in many aspects,
however my kids think differently , if it has no touch screen there is nothing to talk about, the best they can do with lego is to threw it on the floor…
So the little ones fell a sleep (one and a half years old and two and a half years old) and we sat down, me and my eldest son (six years old) with our(my) new toy.
Although the product is not an original Sweden "Lego" but a Chinese product, I could hardly tell the difference in terms of quality between the tow.
First stage we looked at the manual instructions (there are several mounting options and it's very cool), admit we got a little confused, for a moment I had a flashback from the last time we purchased a new furniture from "Ikea" (it took me "only" two hours to assemble …)
call me petty, but it bothers me that The manual shows two red pieces that we got in grey.
I say if you already invested efforts Supplying a manual, make it with the correct information to avoid your customers confusing and frustrating (or avoid the typical Israeli response – "They have a mistake here / There are missing parts …"), but once you understand that the colors in the manual and on the real parts are not have to be the same ,everything will flow better ..
I think that this specific toy's greatest advantage is that it makes you want to finish building so you can already "drive" it…
The motorcycle charges with a USB loading , a half-hour of loading equals to a 10-20 minutes of fun driving, It has a (little Strange)wireless remote control (orange, it runs on a 4 AAA batteries)
Important – you have to "introduce" between the motorcycle and the remote control: first turn on the remote control(the motorcycle have to be on "off" mode) and afterwords turn on the motorcycle, if the Indicator lights are blinking it means that the remote doesn't "know" the motorcycle, start over again like I wrote(first remote then motor…)
The motorcycle can go forward (no reverse) it's better to play it in a large open space(the turns are very wide),
When it got bump into something it will probably fall on the side and you'll have to put it on wheels to keep playing,
The speed of the motorcycle is fun (already experienced similar toys that the speed was not fun at all…)
Do not leave this toy alone with children under the age of 5-6, the parts are very small and there is danger of swallowing and a danger that your motorcycle will not be perfect … 😉
Take care and hope you enjoy,