PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers | Review

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Jack is a big fan of PJ Masks. He loves all the characters and the stories and loves watching them on the TV. Even Olivia has started to get interested in watching them so when offered the chance to review the new PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers, suitable for ages 3+, I knew he’d be interested.

Retailing at £14.99, the PJ Masks Turbo Blast racers  come with one 3 inch PJ Masks character figure! Each of the characters is dressed in an exclusive Turbo Blast outfit equipped with matching racing helmet! There are three Turbo Blast Racers available including Cat-Car, Owl Glider and Gekko-Mobile – each sold separately. We were sent Owlette with her Owl Glider and Gekko with his Gekko-Mobile.

These Turbo Blast Racers are a brand new addition to the PJ Masks toy range for this year – there are figures, playsets and dress up items in the range and in April, the NEW Romeo’s Lab playset is coming out – you don’t want to miss it!

So what is PJ Masks about? Its about three regular kids who turn into superheroes at night, in their PJ’s, with the help of their animal amulets. Jack was very impressed with the racers and the figures and they slot easily into the seats. He did ask where Cat Boy was – so I know what needs to be next on the present list for him so he can complete the collection.

Although these are for ages 3+, Olivia has been playing with Jack under supervision as she loves the toys just as much as Jack does. The design of the racers is super sleek with some cool silver accents and they are both bright and colourful  and keep children’s attention.

The figures are lightweight so easy for little hands to carry around but also chunky so not easy to lose. Their arms and legs are fully posable – which is obviously so they can be sat in their turbo blast racer or stood up – and so the figures and vehicles can be interchangeable. We all know how kids like to switch and swap their toys so if Owlette wants to go in Cat Boy’s vehicle, then she can. They are bright in colour and very resilient – they’ve endured some heavy duty crashes in their turbo blast racers already. Owlette comes with a cape too which feels like it is made of some sort of silicon type material and is removable from the figure.

Available online from Amazon {affiliate link} and other reputable toy stores, these racers move across ground fairly easily – we live in a fully carpeted house and they work well on them which some toys struggle to do. We will definitely be checking out the rest of the items in the range as we are massive PJ Masks fans. How about you?

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