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Unclear what ageNot sure what age this is for. There are small parts and it's sort of tricky to put together, so better for an older kid. But the bright colors and type of car this becomes when it's put together is for a much younger child. Will not hold the attention of an older child, but parts too small for a younger one. Maybe a big kid builds it for a little one who is going to be supervised playing with it?
Rubberized toysI bought these as a gift for my grandson. My daughter told me that they came with no instructions, as they expect you to figure it out yourself. OK. Thinking is good. Once they were finally together, it seems that they only fall apart and are no good for playing with. My grandson does not like them at all. My son-in-law calls them the Torture Toys. They are pretty, but only good for sitting on the shelf and looking at.
DisappointedI was expecting rubber pieces but they are plastic, that description is deceiving, I am disappointed. I was expecting a softer toy but my grandson likes it and I bought it for him
Pieces are not rubberized.I am confused. My definition of rubberized means that the product would be coated in... rubber. The description led me on with, "'soft' yet firm." Again, I envisioned a soft coat of rubber. All of the toys labeled 'rubberized' are straight up plastic. So, in summary, a plastic car I have to assemble for $60. Am I missing something?