The Original PlasmaCar Review
We received the mentioned product in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts contained within this review are ours and may vary from the thoughts of others.
About The Original PlasmaCar
The Original PlasmaCar is an innovative, ride-on toy that harnesses the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force, friction, and kid power. No batteries, gears, or pedals. Patented safety seat design places rider in a safe, comfortable position and minimizes tipping. Use indoors or out on a smooth, flat surface. Supports up to 220 lbs/99.8 kg. Age 3+
What We Thought
We are in the winter that does not seem to end. Usually by March 15th we have more sunny days, no snow and we are happily thinking about and planning a garden with early crops already in the ground. With those warmer days Jack is usually able to play outside a lot and burn off his energy. This year that has not been the case. We have chilly days and down right cold nights. They are even predicting snow tomorrow night (March 20th!!)
Recently we got the opportunity to review a PlasmaCar for Jack (and Willie has taken a ride or 2 as well with some help) and while we have not had a chance to take it outside because of the weather, they have enjoyed it inside.
First I want to talk about the assembly. I was thinking this would be complicated and that I would need help. We all know that I am not the best with putting things together and often end up really upset and ready to cry. The PlasmaCar instructions were simple and didn’t require a lot of tools. I needed a rubber mallet (used a regular hammer with a piece of wood instead) and a socket wrench. Simple enough!
Jack has ridden a PlasmaCar in the past and and absolutely loved it. I thought this would be the absolute perfect Easter gift for any child boy or girl! I know that a lot of parents such as myself try to get a small gift as well as a basket with goodies. With the weather warming up HOPEFULLY soon, we hope to be able to use the PlasmaCar on our paved driveway and really test it out!
I love that there are no chains/gears for little fingers to get stuck in, no pedals to learn how to use and it is so easy that even younger little ones can use it easily. We are really impressed wit the PlasmaCar and its features, especially that even us grown ups can take it out and see how it works with a weight limit of 220 pounds.
Be on the look out for more postings about the PlasmaCar and be on the look out for a video of Jack taking it for a spin.