Raiden was really excited to be asked to review the new Trash Packs from Flair. This time the gross gang is on the move with the latest Trash Pack instalment. Kids will have a ‘wheely’ gross time racing their Trash Wheels vehicles. He received some of the trash packs for Christmas so he was super excited to receive these.
The Wheels Junk Yard playset was pretty easy to build, Raiden did 80% of it! He struggled with the ramp bits, he couldn't join them together. Overall once built the playset is pretty sturdy.
There is a few ramps that the cars can go up and down the ramps and do stunts.
There is a crane and a crushing yard where you can pick the cars up and pretend to crush them, but they launch though a secret compartment. Then you can see it pretend to become a piece of scrap metal.
There is a section you can store all your trash wheels and you can burst though the scrapyard gate. I liked the attention to detail and he enjoyed playing with it.
This playset also comes with two exclusive Trash Wheel Vehicles and is fully contactable with other Trash Wheels sets too. RRP £24.99
We also received a pack of Trash Wheels There is Over 83 cars to collect across 6 teams ( Litter Buggies, Take Away, Army Junk, Skid marks, Rust Buckets and Muck Trucks gangs). Kids will have a ‘wheely’ gross time racing their Trash Wheels vehicles for a totally rancid Trash Pack showdown. Two Trash Wheels vehicles and a collector’s guide included. RRP is £3.99