Hot Wheels Wall Tracks 'Mid-Air Madness' (Review)

Last September I was given the opportunity by Mattel to test and review their new Hot Wheels Wall Tracks system. At the time I was incredibly impressed at the system and the fact that it was wall mounted and removable, which meant that it didn't take over my entire house but was always there to be played with, by all members of the (extended) family! I wanted The Boy to have a car system but so many of them are restrictive in their layout and take up so much space, the Hot Wheels Wall Tracks doesn't, which is why we've since bought three add on sets and regularly change them around without any issue.

A month or two ago, I was asked if I'd like to review the new Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Mid Air Madness I considered it for about one second before gleefully typing 'yes please!'.

The Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Mid Air Madness is a section of the Hot Wheels track that loops around on itself to run continuously. Now those engineer-type people will be wondering how that can happen without some form of help, and you'd be right. There is a turbo-booster which launches cars up into the air to be caught by the highest point of the ramp before coasting down, crossing another gap and starting all over again! A true feat of anti-gravity defiance!

We absolutely love this track; it's a valuable, albeit slightly noisy, add-on to what was already a fantastic toy. Every child (old and young) who comes in is captivated and mesmerised by it and it's really enhanced the system. If you want to make your own little Hot Wheels fan happy, invest the £20+/- and make your track the envy of all their friends.

The Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Mid Air Madness is available from a variety of retailers, but is currently only £19.99 at Amazon.

I was sent this item for the purpose of this review, my opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. says

    nice one, yes the old car tracks took up far to much room in a kids bedroom. it was magnetic letters stuck on our living room radiator ( which did not work but took up wall space regardless) that all the adults played with when we had visitors

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