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Flywheels - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

With a simple pull of a ripcord, Fly Wheels racers can zoom over 300 miles per hour and jump over 25 feet in the air. Check out these reviews of hot new toys, gadgets and games for kids and teens.

Fly Wheels are replica wheels that look and race just like the wheels on a real vehicle - just on a smaller scale. With a simple pull of a ripcord, the Fly Wheels racers can zoom over 300 scale miles per hour and jump over 25 feet in the air! They can even jump over a real car - although Kidzworld recommends practicing a few times before you attempt to send your Flywheels soaring over Dad's brand new car. (Nothing puts the brakes on an allowance increase faster than denting your 'rents new wheels).

A basic Fly Wheels set includes a wheel, a tire, a brake and roter, and a laucher with ripcord to send your Fly Wheels soaring. The Fly Wheels Twin Turbo Laucher has a working tachometer that measures the wheels' RPMs and can be used to lauch two wheels at the same time. To get major air, you can use the Fly Wheels Stunt Set or build your own ramp. Fly Wheels can be great fun if you love speed, big air and have a creative imagination. This is a great toy to use outside on your driveway or anywhere else you can find a spare patch of pavement. It's not recommended you try Fly Wheels indoors - unless your parents are okay with broken windows, injured siblings and dented walls.

Flywheels Racers - Thumbs Up

  • High speed and big air.
  • Great for stunts.
  • Very collectible - come in different sizes and all different types, including racing and off-road wheels.
  • Nice price - you can get the Twin Turbo Laucher for under $15!
  • Flywheels Racers - Thumbs Down

  • You need lots of room for maximum fun. Not suitable for apartments.
  • Chasing after the wheel can be tiring after a few times.
  • Flywheels Racers Rating: 4
    Age: 8 and up
    Price Range: 1

  • For more info on Flywheels racers, head to their official site, www.flywheelstoys.com.
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    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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