SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Power Vehicles Mix {Review}

Like any parent, I am always looking for ways to challenge my children’s minds.  Whether this is through after school activities, ensuring homework is completed or through the fun that we have.  Learning through play is by far the best way for children to get the best of both worlds – fun and knowledge.

SmartMax is the award-winning magnetic construction system which allows children of all ages the chance to be creative, to learn and to explore the fascinating world of magnetism and most importantly, to have fun.

SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Power Vehicles Mix

With this extensive set, you can compose a total fleet! Build a bulldozer, a fire truck, a forklift, a tow truck, a pick-up truck or a van! The cockpits, cabins, scoops, wheels and other attachments can be easily clicked onto the bars.

All parts can be combined with all existing SMARTMAX sets. Together with the bars and metal balls, you can create and endless range of possibilities.

Contents

  • 2 medium bars
  • 2 long bars
  • 1 container
  • 1 ladder
  • 1 digger
  • 1 cockpit
  • 3 cabins
  • 3 levers 
  • 2 wheel pairs
  • 6 sturdy wheel pairs
  • 1 fork
  • 1 metal ball
  • 1 trailer
  • 1 spindle & hook
  • guide book 

Tigger has always been a very hands-on child.  Always looking to see how something works and how he can build it, fix it etc.  The SmartMax system gives him the freedom to design his own vehicles, whilst he is learning about shapes, sizes, and magnets.  With endless possibilities of how the vehicles can be put together, it has provided him with hours of entertainment.

The SmartMax Magnetic Discovery range comprises of an array of different sets to suit children from age 3+ years.

Take a look at the SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Power Vehicles Mix video

Price and Availability

The SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Power Vehicles Mix is available from Amazon, currently priced at £24.00.

Disclosure: We received a SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Power Vehicles Mix set FOC for the purpose of review.

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1 Comment

  1. April 21, 2017 / 10:39 pm

    This looks brilliant, I have noticed my youngest has a thing for taking things apart so perhaps if I teach him building first he will be able to fix the things he has broken 😉

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