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Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit

Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit

Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
Hot Wheels id Smart Track Kit
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Features

  • Kids can measure insanely fast performance with the powerful booster that launches cars at speeds of up to 900-mph (at scale) - scan id cars, track speed, count laps, and play mini-games on classic Hot Wheels track wirelessly!
  • Track progress - every mile driven, race won, stunts performed, and high speed reached is recorded. With every milestone conquered, kids' racing prowess is boosted.
  • The smartest Hot Wheels track set ever with 2 exclusive Hot Wheels id cars and 16 track pieces, connectors, curves, straights, ramps, finish line, booster and an insane loop.
  • Connect safely and play endlessly. Additional vehicles sold separately.
  • Unlocks Hot Wheels id on both smart phones and tablets.

Description

Hot Wheels id takes vehicle play to a new level of pulse pounding excitement, offering a first-of-its kind mixed play experience. Hot Wheels id is a unique system of play that blends the exhilaration of Hot Wheels racing with a safe, connected platform of experimentation and competition. The more kids play with the physical car the more they level up digitally challenging them to break records they make on smart track. The Smart Track Kit features two exclusive Hot Wheels id racers, 16 assorted track pieces and the Smart Portal. Measure and record speed, laps and performance on specifically designed tracks, playsets and other vehicle accessories gamifying physical experiences through digital play.


Product Dimensions 10.25 x 21.13 x 19 inches


Item Weight 18 pounds


ASIN B07MX1XZLT


Item model number GFP20


Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #28,218 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #198 in Toy Vehicle Playsets


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 364 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Release date July 12, 2019


Mfg Recommended age 8 - 12 years


Manufacturer Mattel


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Features

  • Kids can measure insanely fast performance with the powerful booster that launches cars at speeds of up to 900-mph (at scale) - scan id cars, track speed, count laps, and play mini-games on classic Hot Wheels track wirelessly!
  • Track progress - every mile driven, race won, stunts performed, and high speed reached is recorded. With every milestone conquered, kids' racing prowess is boosted.
  • The smartest Hot Wheels track set ever with 2 exclusive Hot Wheels id cars and 16 track pieces, connectors, curves, straights, ramps, finish line, booster and an insane loop.
  • Connect safely and play endlessly. Additional vehicles sold separately.
  • Unlocks Hot Wheels id on both smart phones and tablets.

Description

Hot Wheels id takes vehicle play to a new level of pulse pounding excitement, offering a first-of-its kind mixed play experience. Hot Wheels id is a unique system of play that blends the exhilaration of Hot Wheels racing with a safe, connected platform of experimentation and competition. The more kids play with the physical car the more they level up digitally challenging them to break records they make on smart track. The Smart Track Kit features two exclusive Hot Wheels id racers, 16 assorted track pieces and the Smart Portal. Measure and record speed, laps and performance on specifically designed tracks, playsets and other vehicle accessories gamifying physical experiences through digital play.


Product Dimensions 10.25 x 21.13 x 19 inches


Item Weight 18 pounds


ASIN B07MX1XZLT


Item model number GFP20


Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #28,218 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #198 in Toy Vehicle Playsets


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 364 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Release date July 12, 2019


Mfg Recommended age 8 - 12 years


Manufacturer Mattel


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Kids can measure insanely fast performance with the powerful booster that launches cars at speeds of up to 900-mph (at scale) - scan id cars, track speed, count laps, and play mini-games on classic Hot Wheels track wirelessly!
  • Track progress - every mile driven, race won, stunts performed, and high speed reached is recorded. With every milestone conquered, kids' racing prowess is boosted.
  • The smartest Hot Wheels track set ever with 2 exclusive Hot Wheels id cars and 16 track pieces, connectors, curves, straights, ramps, finish line, booster and an insane loop.
  • Connect safely and play endlessly. Additional vehicles sold separately.
  • Unlocks Hot Wheels id on both smart phones and tablets.

Description

Hot Wheels id takes vehicle play to a new level of pulse pounding excitement, offering a first-of-its kind mixed play experience. Hot Wheels id is a unique system of play that blends the exhilaration of Hot Wheels racing with a safe, connected platform of experimentation and competition. The more kids play with the physical car the more they level up digitally challenging them to break records they make on smart track. The Smart Track Kit features two exclusive Hot Wheels id racers, 16 assorted track pieces and the Smart Portal. Measure and record speed, laps and performance on specifically designed tracks, playsets and other vehicle accessories gamifying physical experiences through digital play.


Product Dimensions 10.25 x 21.13 x 19 inches


Item Weight 18 pounds


ASIN B07MX1XZLT


Item model number GFP20


Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #28,218 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #198 in Toy Vehicle Playsets


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 364 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Release date July 12, 2019


Mfg Recommended age 8 - 12 years


Manufacturer Mattel


abunda_amazon_reviews First off… let’s cut to the chase. Is this worth $180. As a mom, that is my first thought when I see things like this that suddenly my kid thinks he NEEEDS. The short answer: Sorta but only if you are going to use the App. Purely used as a racetrack without the App interface this would be a serious waste of money. If you are going to use it to its full potential then the value is really going to be based on your love of hotwheels and how much money you tend to throw at stuff. We really did have fun with this at a level we’ve not really been able to reach with standard hotwheel tracks. So, if racing is your jam, you may think the $180 is fine. Personally, I think they priced this a bit high and under the $100 mark would have been more realistic. My guess is it will come down a bit before Christmas, but who knows. Ok, for the actual review (aka things that stood out that weren’t obvious from the description): 1. Do not bother with this track if you are not going to download the app onto a beefy tablet or iPad. I say beefy because the app is between 500-900Mb depending on platform. So you are going to gobble up over half a gig for one app. It also requires updated OS’s and there are some device limitations so make sure you look up the app requirements before purchasing. I’d not recommend this on a phone, the bigger screen is necessary in my opinion. 2. Use the app as a tutorial if you find yourself or kiddos getting frustrated with the cars flying off the track. It really does a great job of walking them through how to properly rev and build. This is not a standard just go ham on your build and see what happens kind of toy. It’s best to work through the challenges, and learn the in’s and out’s of speed vs control. Sounds boring but it actually was pretty fun, and he enjoyed seeing his progress as he made his way through the challenges. 3. The track pieces connect like regular pieces, but they are more delicate. Do not jam, force, or rough these up. The electrical contacts need to be treated with consideration. I think this is part of the reason for the 8+ age. Even then maybe some supervision until you are sure they aren’t going to just mash it together. 4. It comes with two cars, until you buy more of the special ID cars (they have a chip on the bottom) they are the only two cars that the track will register and the app will interact with. Currently additional cars are about $7 each. I’d recommend buying a couple extra, we managed to lose one in the first hour and that meant there was no ability to race each other. We found it way far back under the entertainment center, apparently things on wheels can really move, eeek. 5. The App may require some restarting if your cars aren’t registering. Just stick with it. The user interface (UI) isn’t the most intuitive but once you get the hang of it, smooth sailing. 6. Packaging was top notch. I know that’s not a huge deal but it was all secured and organized in a manner that was enough for me to notice and take pics of. So far he’s really enjoyed the track. If you look past the price and the learning curve (it was a rough first 20min of figuring out the App and not launching cars off the track) it really is a cool toy. I am going to base my 5 stars off its potential for fun if you are willing to make full use of the app and put the time in to learn the ins and outs. If you want a quick from the get-go kinda toy, then you will want to pass on this. If you want more of a skill based toy with some nifty tech, then go for it. For reference kiddo is 7 and his dad helped him build the track and figure out the app, but now he can do it all solo. The trick with the track is to keep the light in the blue and not over rev or it turns red and your car flies off the track. It's pretty fun. Hope that helps, and if we see anything major as far as durability in the next few months I will update this review accordingly. Happy racing!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The App makes all the difference;;No Drama Mama Llama;;;I bought this for my 3 and 7 year old grandsons. The track is easy enough for the 3 year old to understand and use. And the challenges are perfect for the 7 year old. It would be nice if there was an on switch or a maintain switch for the motor instead of having to constantly pump the button.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Family Fun!;;Maria J.;;;Got it to work with the tablet my kids got for my christmas. Well, that didn't work out. Gotta have the latest and greatest tablets or phones. Got an older Galaxy S7 phone from a friend. Hooked it all up, it wanted to do a firmware update. Fair enough... but that took a hand full of tries before it actually took. 1 hour later we are updated. Started the app campaign, the track/app would not recognize the very first task of pumping the gas. Tech support is check cables, reboot this, reboot that, try again... blah blah... tried all that... after attempting the campaign tasks multiple times they will eventually pass. We made it to the 4th task in about 2 hours and my kids were done. We all couldn't wait to get started and play with this toy, but, looks like I'm returning it. Just too buggy and kids lost interest and don't even want to play with hit now. Sucks because grand ma has more cars for them for christmas in about two hours. Horrible.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Total Frustration;;Robert Shane Stookey;;;Works great but my 3 year old has to have help to get the speed just right Better for 5or 6 year olds;;Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great toy better for older kids;;Dave Browning;;;Good quality!!! I think it’s about $50 too expensive, but do understand it’s new tech so you pay up front!!! Kids love it-would buy again.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;High Quality-Great Packaging;;John Mollohan;;;My 3 yr old and 5.5 year old have been eyeing this for months now. Grandma and grandpa bought it for the 3 year olds birthday. Neither child plays without supervision. Both of them love being able to figure out which cars are best to complete which course. Our nieces and nephews age 18 to 9 were all playing with it any chance they had before dinner after dinner and after desert. My boys love using just the app as well to race using cars they dont currently own. They are also learning how to put the tracks together, and i love watching them succeed at each task they complete working with each other. Mommy and daddy like playing with it as well which is also a bonus. I see this being a go to toy for years to come, and not a novelty that will wear off.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Hours of fun for any age;;Paula Weinberger;;;The recipient and his parents loved it!;;Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very Nice Kit;;dr11;;;Only device I was able to get it to work on was a brand new OnePlus 7T. Our kindle fire, lenovo chromebooks and a oneplus one did not work. The list they provide of compatible devices is pretty short. They list several samsung phones, a tablet and a google device. It lists apple junk too. It is a good sturdy track but for the money you should be able to click a button and have it work on any android device. NOTE! If you regulate and secure your own phone, you will need to TURN ON LOCATION AND BLUETOOTH along with NFC to get this sucker to pair up. I was about to send it back until I got it to work on my kid's track using my personal phone. Fun, now my kid has a thousand dollars worth of toys when you count the overkill phone that's the only one to work out of all of our devices. Crappy rating for crappy directions and very poor connectivity. It should be able to link to chromebooks, any android device and basically any computer with bluetooth, not the latest greatest and samsung. I will let you know how well it holds up to a 7 year old using it.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Bluetooth connectivity issues.;;Lenka

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By No Drama Mama Llama - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2019
The App makes all the difference
First off… let’s cut to the chase. Is this worth $180. As a mom, that is my first thought when I see things like this that suddenly my kid thinks he NEEEDS. The short answer: Sorta but only if you are going to use the App. Purely used as a racetrack without the App interface this would be a serious waste of money. If you are going to use it to its full potential then the value is really going to be based on your love of hotwheels and how much money you tend to throw at stuff. We really did have fun with this at a level we’ve not really been able to reach with standard hotwheel tracks. So, if racing is your jam, you may think the $180 is fine. Personally, I think they priced this a bit high and under the $100 mark would have been more realistic. My guess is it will come down a bit before Christmas, but who knows. Ok, for the actual review (aka things that stood out that weren’t obvious from the description): 1. Do not bother with this track if you are not going to download the app onto a beefy tablet or iPad. I say beefy because the app is between 500-900Mb depending on platform. So you are going to gobble up over half a gig for one app. It also requires updated OS’s and there are some device limitations so make sure you look up the app requirements before purchasing. I’d not recommend this on a phone, the bigger screen is necessary in my opinion. 2. Use the app as a tutorial if you find yourself or kiddos getting frustrated with the cars flying off the track. It really does a great job of walking them through how to properly rev and build. This is not a standard just go ham on your build and see what happens kind of toy. It’s best to work through the challenges, and learn the in’s and out’s of speed vs control. Sounds boring but it actually was pretty fun, and he enjoyed seeing his progress as he made his way through the challenges. 3. The track pieces connect like regular pieces, but they are more delicate. Do not jam, force, or rough these up. The electrical contacts need to be treated with consideration. I think this is part of the reason for the 8+ age. Even then maybe some supervision until you are sure they aren’t going to just mash it together. 4. It comes with two cars, until you buy more of the special ID cars (they have a chip on the bottom) they are the only two cars that the track will register and the app will interact with. Currently additional cars are about $7 each. I’d recommend buying a couple extra, we managed to lose one in the first hour and that meant there was no ability to race each other. We found it way far back under the entertainment center, apparently things on wheels can really move, eeek. 5. The App may require some restarting if your cars aren’t registering. Just stick with it. The user interface (UI) isn’t the most intuitive but once you get the hang of it, smooth sailing. 6. Packaging was top notch. I know that’s not a huge deal but it was all secured and organized in a manner that was enough for me to notice and take pics of. So far he’s really enjoyed the track. If you look past the price and the learning curve (it was a rough first 20min of figuring out the App and not launching cars off the track) it really is a cool toy. I am going to base my 5 stars off its potential for fun if you are willing to make full use of the app and put the time in to learn the ins and outs. If you want a quick from the get-go kinda toy, then you will want to pass on this. If you want more of a skill based toy with some nifty tech, then go for it. For reference kiddo is 7 and his dad helped him build the track and figure out the app, but now he can do it all solo. The trick with the track is to keep the light in the blue and not over rev or it turns red and your car flies off the track. It's pretty fun. Hope that helps, and if we see anything major as far as durability in the next few months I will update this review accordingly. Happy racing!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Maria J. - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2019
Family Fun!
I bought this for my 3 and 7 year old grandsons. The track is easy enough for the 3 year old to understand and use. And the challenges are perfect for the 7 year old. It would be nice if there was an on switch or a maintain switch for the motor instead of having to constantly pump the button.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert Shane Stookey - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2019
Total Frustration
Got it to work with the tablet my kids got for my christmas. Well, that didn't work out. Gotta have the latest and greatest tablets or phones. Got an older Galaxy S7 phone from a friend. Hooked it all up, it wanted to do a firmware update. Fair enough... but that took a hand full of tries before it actually took. 1 hour later we are updated. Started the app campaign, the track/app would not recognize the very first task of pumping the gas. Tech support is check cables, reboot this, reboot that, try again... blah blah... tried all that... after attempting the campaign tasks multiple times they will eventually pass. We made it to the 4th task in about 2 hours and my kids were done. We all couldn't wait to get started and play with this toy, but, looks like I'm returning it. Just too buggy and kids lost interest and don't even want to play with hit now. Sucks because grand ma has more cars for them for christmas in about two hours. Horrible.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave Browning - Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2019
Great toy better for older kids
Works great but my 3 year old has to have help to get the speed just right Better for 5or 6 year olds

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Mollohan - Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019
High Quality-Great Packaging
Good quality!!! I think it’s about $50 too expensive, but do understand it’s new tech so you pay up front!!! Kids love it-would buy again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Paula Weinberger - Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2019
Hours of fun for any age
My 3 yr old and 5.5 year old have been eyeing this for months now. Grandma and grandpa bought it for the 3 year olds birthday. Neither child plays without supervision. Both of them love being able to figure out which cars are best to complete which course. Our nieces and nephews age 18 to 9 were all playing with it any chance they had before dinner after dinner and after desert. My boys love using just the app as well to race using cars they dont currently own. They are also learning how to put the tracks together, and i love watching them succeed at each task they complete working with each other. Mommy and daddy like playing with it as well which is also a bonus. I see this being a go to toy for years to come, and not a novelty that will wear off.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By dr11 - Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2019
Very Nice Kit
The recipient and his parents loved it!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Lenka - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020
Bluetooth connectivity issues.
Only device I was able to get it to work on was a brand new OnePlus 7T. Our kindle fire, lenovo chromebooks and a oneplus one did not work. The list they provide of compatible devices is pretty short. They list several samsung phones, a tablet and a google device. It lists apple junk too. It is a good sturdy track but for the money you should be able to click a button and have it work on any android device. NOTE! If you regulate and secure your own phone, you will need to TURN ON LOCATION AND BLUETOOTH along with NFC to get this sucker to pair up. I was about to send it back until I got it to work on my kid's track using my personal phone. Fun, now my kid has a thousand dollars worth of toys when you count the overkill phone that's the only one to work out of all of our devices. Crappy rating for crappy directions and very poor connectivity. It should be able to link to chromebooks, any android device and basically any computer with bluetooth, not the latest greatest and samsung. I will let you know how well it holds up to a 7 year old using it.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By No Drama Mama Llama - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2019
The App makes all the difference
First off… let’s cut to the chase. Is this worth $180. As a mom, that is my first thought when I see things like this that suddenly my kid thinks he NEEEDS. The short answer: Sorta but only if you are going to use the App. Purely used as a racetrack without the App interface this would be a serious waste of money. If you are going to use it to its full potential then the value is really going to be based on your love of hotwheels and how much money you tend to throw at stuff. We really did have fun with this at a level we’ve not really been able to reach with standard hotwheel tracks. So, if racing is your jam, you may think the $180 is fine. Personally, I think they priced this a bit high and under the $100 mark would have been more realistic. My guess is it will come down a bit before Christmas, but who knows. Ok, for the actual review (aka things that stood out that weren’t obvious from the description): 1. Do not bother with this track if you are not going to download the app onto a beefy tablet or iPad. I say beefy because the app is between 500-900Mb depending on platform. So you are going to gobble up over half a gig for one app. It also requires updated OS’s and there are some device limitations so make sure you look up the app requirements before purchasing. I’d not recommend this on a phone, the bigger screen is necessary in my opinion. 2. Use the app as a tutorial if you find yourself or kiddos getting frustrated with the cars flying off the track. It really does a great job of walking them through how to properly rev and build. This is not a standard just go ham on your build and see what happens kind of toy. It’s best to work through the challenges, and learn the in’s and out’s of speed vs control. Sounds boring but it actually was pretty fun, and he enjoyed seeing his progress as he made his way through the challenges. 3. The track pieces connect like regular pieces, but they are more delicate. Do not jam, force, or rough these up. The electrical contacts need to be treated with consideration. I think this is part of the reason for the 8+ age. Even then maybe some supervision until you are sure they aren’t going to just mash it together. 4. It comes with two cars, until you buy more of the special ID cars (they have a chip on the bottom) they are the only two cars that the track will register and the app will interact with. Currently additional cars are about $7 each. I’d recommend buying a couple extra, we managed to lose one in the first hour and that meant there was no ability to race each other. We found it way far back under the entertainment center, apparently things on wheels can really move, eeek. 5. The App may require some restarting if your cars aren’t registering. Just stick with it. The user interface (UI) isn’t the most intuitive but once you get the hang of it, smooth sailing. 6. Packaging was top notch. I know that’s not a huge deal but it was all secured and organized in a manner that was enough for me to notice and take pics of. So far he’s really enjoyed the track. If you look past the price and the learning curve (it was a rough first 20min of figuring out the App and not launching cars off the track) it really is a cool toy. I am going to base my 5 stars off its potential for fun if you are willing to make full use of the app and put the time in to learn the ins and outs. If you want a quick from the get-go kinda toy, then you will want to pass on this. If you want more of a skill based toy with some nifty tech, then go for it. For reference kiddo is 7 and his dad helped him build the track and figure out the app, but now he can do it all solo. The trick with the track is to keep the light in the blue and not over rev or it turns red and your car flies off the track. It's pretty fun. Hope that helps, and if we see anything major as far as durability in the next few months I will update this review accordingly. Happy racing!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Maria J. - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2019
Family Fun!
I bought this for my 3 and 7 year old grandsons. The track is easy enough for the 3 year old to understand and use. And the challenges are perfect for the 7 year old. It would be nice if there was an on switch or a maintain switch for the motor instead of having to constantly pump the button.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert Shane Stookey - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2019
Total Frustration
Got it to work with the tablet my kids got for my christmas. Well, that didn't work out. Gotta have the latest and greatest tablets or phones. Got an older Galaxy S7 phone from a friend. Hooked it all up, it wanted to do a firmware update. Fair enough... but that took a hand full of tries before it actually took. 1 hour later we are updated. Started the app campaign, the track/app would not recognize the very first task of pumping the gas. Tech support is check cables, reboot this, reboot that, try again... blah blah... tried all that... after attempting the campaign tasks multiple times they will eventually pass. We made it to the 4th task in about 2 hours and my kids were done. We all couldn't wait to get started and play with this toy, but, looks like I'm returning it. Just too buggy and kids lost interest and don't even want to play with hit now. Sucks because grand ma has more cars for them for christmas in about two hours. Horrible.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave Browning - Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2019
Great toy better for older kids
Works great but my 3 year old has to have help to get the speed just right Better for 5or 6 year olds

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Mollohan - Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019
High Quality-Great Packaging
Good quality!!! I think it’s about $50 too expensive, but do understand it’s new tech so you pay up front!!! Kids love it-would buy again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Paula Weinberger - Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2019
Hours of fun for any age
My 3 yr old and 5.5 year old have been eyeing this for months now. Grandma and grandpa bought it for the 3 year olds birthday. Neither child plays without supervision. Both of them love being able to figure out which cars are best to complete which course. Our nieces and nephews age 18 to 9 were all playing with it any chance they had before dinner after dinner and after desert. My boys love using just the app as well to race using cars they dont currently own. They are also learning how to put the tracks together, and i love watching them succeed at each task they complete working with each other. Mommy and daddy like playing with it as well which is also a bonus. I see this being a go to toy for years to come, and not a novelty that will wear off.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By dr11 - Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2019
Very Nice Kit
The recipient and his parents loved it!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Lenka - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020
Bluetooth connectivity issues.
Only device I was able to get it to work on was a brand new OnePlus 7T. Our kindle fire, lenovo chromebooks and a oneplus one did not work. The list they provide of compatible devices is pretty short. They list several samsung phones, a tablet and a google device. It lists apple junk too. It is a good sturdy track but for the money you should be able to click a button and have it work on any android device. NOTE! If you regulate and secure your own phone, you will need to TURN ON LOCATION AND BLUETOOTH along with NFC to get this sucker to pair up. I was about to send it back until I got it to work on my kid's track using my personal phone. Fun, now my kid has a thousand dollars worth of toys when you count the overkill phone that's the only one to work out of all of our devices. Crappy rating for crappy directions and very poor connectivity. It should be able to link to chromebooks, any android device and basically any computer with bluetooth, not the latest greatest and samsung. I will let you know how well it holds up to a 7 year old using it.