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Rescue Heroes Vehicles Reviews: Kids Toys Review,

Kids toys and action figures: Review ofRescue Heroes’ Vehicles. 

Kids Toys from Fisher Price: Rescue Heroes. Review from CyberParent

Rescue Heroes: Reviews of Vehicles

Two vehicles are offered for Rescue Heroes. Vehicles will accommodate most action figures.

 Action Max Firetruck will hold any Rescue Heroes figure in the driver’s seat as it races to the rescue with lights and sounds. Water shooter puts out the fire.
In the rear cockpit, Action Max figures can work to open up the rear doors and spin the fire ladder. Ladder also raises and telescopes to get close to the action.

Figures are sold separately.

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Buy this firetruck

Robotz Off-Road Cruiser On super-highways or through earthquake rubble, nothing stops the Robotz Team’s Off-Road Cruiser from getting to the rescue. If the team needs backup, they don’t radio for help–they simply deploy Bumperbot! Hidden within the cruiser’s front bumper, Bumperbot is equipped with pneumatic handcuffs to clear fallen trees or rescue victims of car wrecks. And Bumperbot’s working tow winch can help pull stranded vehicles to safety. Plug any Talking Robotz Team member into the Robotz Off-Road Cruiser to hear them communicate! 

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Needs 3 AA Batteries–Not included

Robot separates from front of cruiser

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Most Rescue Heroes are good for children 3-8 if attention is paid to small parts. 

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Some Rescue Heroes have small parts. In some Rescue Heroes projectiles are supplied with the toy. Make certain your child understands not to launch them at point-blank range and not to launch them at people or animals.

Kids Toy Review by Donna Green: Copyright © 2005 CyberParent. All rights reserved.

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