Tinkertoy Transit Building Set

May 21, 2015 - Comment

Builders ages 3 and up will love this TINKERTOY Transit Building Set. The redesigned TINKERTOY products snap together and stay together. Young builders can create a train, garage, bridge, and more. Builders ages 3 and up can create a train, garage, bridge, and more or accelerate their imagination with other ideas. The TINKERTOY Transit set

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Tinkertoy Transit Building SetBuilders ages 3 and up will love this TINKERTOY Transit Building Set. Tinkertoy Transit Building SetThe redesigned TINKERTOY products snap together and stay together. Tinkertoy Transit Building SetYoung builders can create a train, garage, bridge, and more.

Builders ages 3 and up can create a train, garage, bridge, and more or accelerate their imagination with other ideas. The TINKERTOY Transit set includes 150 durable, plastic pieces including spools, straight rods, bendable rods, wheels, eyes, two buildable figures, and more. The colorful guide provides a variety of ideas for all building skill levels.

Made in the USA

Over the past 20 years, K’NEX has become America’s Building Toy Company with all of our bricks, rods and connectors manufactured in Pennsylvania at The Rodon Group’s facility. K’NEX and Rodon remain proudly family owned and operated. At a time when most toys are made overseas we are committed to manufacturing as many parts in the United States as possible. You’ll be happy to know that every rod, spool and flag included in the TINKERTOY building sets is made in the USA.

TINKERTOY for the 21st Century

The redesigned TINKERTOY pieces snap together and stay together for long-lasting play. You’ll find the nostalgic TINKERTOY pieces you remember, plus unique parts such as bendable rods, wheels, and eyes, so your child can add personality to their creations along with an adorable buildable figure to encourage imaginative role play.

Celebrating a 100 Years

A classic since 1913, TINKERTOY is a name that stands for wholesome, enduring fun. Created after children were seen playing with pencils and empty spools of thread, it developed into a national phenomenon that inspired children to use their imaginations.

What’s in the Box? 150 durable, lightweight, colorful, plastic pieces15 easy-to-assemble ideas for all skill levelsAges 3 and upInspires imagination, play, and learningSpools and Connectors made in the USA

Product Features

  • Young builders can create a train, garage, bridge and more with the colorful visual guide!
  • 150 durable, lightweight, and colorful plastic pieces including spools, rods, wheels and eyes
  • Upgraded pieces snap together and stay together for long-lasting play that inspires imagination and learning
  • Durable container with lid for easy storage and portability
  • Recommended for builders ages 3 and up

Comments

Erica "NC" says:

Nice toy, but don’t get for a preschooler This toy is cute, but I wouldn’t recommend it for anyone near the age of 3-5. It’s way too hard to put together and take apart. My husband and I have to do all the building. My kids love to play with the things we build but they aren’t strong enough to snap things together or pull them apart. I would say this is more for a 6-10 year old. The good news is that once built, the toys don’t fall apart easily. My other complaint is that there are pictures of things you can build, but only instructions for the train. I tried to build one of the things on the box and there weren’t enoug pieces in the box to build it, which I thought was weird.

M. Kelley "mpkelley20" says:

Great introduction to building type toys I have a 5 year old (almost 6) and a 2 year old (almost 3). My 5 year old is addicted to Legos and I thought that this tinker toy set would be a good intro to those types of toys for my almost 3 year old. We opened the box and he immediately wanted to build the train. So, as expected, me (dad) began the process. I followed the included directions whch are mostly clear and I had a train put together in no time (maybe 15 minutes). The train held together pretty well even with my 2 year old playing with it. He was able to remove some parts and put them back with little effort. Of course, he ended up taking the entre train apart eventually and then asked me to re-build it. That’s when I asked my 5 year old to help. He’s excellent with legos and has put togteher sets with over 200 pieces on his own so this wasn’t very difficult for him. He had the train put back together in no time and has since pulled it aprat and built various other things with it (mostly stuff in his…

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