|Number of Pieces||20|
|Educational Objective||Creative Thinking|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.32 x 7.52 x 2.4 inches|
|Product Dimensions||10.32 x 7.52 x 2.4 inches|
|Item Weight||11.3 ounces|
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Item model number||6230584|
|Manufacturer recommended age||5 - 12 years|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #3,878 in Toys & Games () |
|Customer Reviews|| |
4.8 out of 5 stars
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Release date||July 1, 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||5 - 12 years|
Extend your passenger train’s range with this LEGO City 60205 Tracks set. This fun toy includes 8 straight tracks, 4 curved tracks and 8 flexible tracks. It is the perfect supplement to existing LEGO City train sets, encouraging, pretend play and creativity for kids.
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These are great LEGO train tracks. If you've been on the market for LEGO train tracks, you know these aren't cheap. Full disclosure, I'm a LEGO purist, which means I almost always only buy LEGO brand and refuse to purchase non-LEGO knock-off brands. This set of LEGO train tracks is very similar to the latest set of LEGO train tracks, which at the time of writing this review, are still on the market (set 7499, ). The only difference between this set (60205) and the 7499 set for sale is that you get 4 curved-tracks and not as many of the flexible track pieces. Otherwise, both these sets are very similar. Having said all that... I want this review to be helpful and honest, therefore, I'm going to share an alternative. So, if you're looking for very similar non-LEGO train tracks that look almost identical, come with more straight tracks (which are always in demand), and cost far less, then I would recommend checking out the tracks sold by Sprite World which you can purchase via Amazon: OR . If you notice in my pictures, I've put the LEGO brand on the left and the non-LEGO brand on the right. As you'll see, they look almost identical. Additionally, I've got both LEGO brand and non-LEGO brand connected in my LEGO city for my train and they work flawlessly together. The only slight issue I've found with the non-LEGO brand tracks is that they sometimes don't fit on the LEGO brand baseplates. In other words, if you're not looking to lock the non-LEGO brand train tracks onto a LEGO baseplate, then you don't have to worry. This is really a very minor issue when you consider how well the non-LEGO brand tracks function. In closing, these train tracks are great and they are excellent LEGO quality. If your budget allows you to purchase all LEGO brand, then by all means, stick with all LEGO. If you're looking to create a long and lengthy train track and you're working with a limited budget, I've found it much more manageable by purchasing the above-mentioned non-LEGO brand tracks. Hopefully you found this review helpful. If so, please let me know below. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Happy bricking!
I purchased a separate train & this "Tracks Building Kit". Sadly there isn't enough track to make a complete loop, not even a tiny one. You'll need to buy 2...maybe 3 building kits. As the angled tracks are only angled by a very small degree. I was bummed because my little 5 year old could only move the train so far up/down the track on Christmas day. Just want to give other parents a heads up. With that said the product is well made. The tracks clicked together without any problems. Very Strudy, we clicked & unclicked many times. Nothing broke. The package arrived on time & undamaged.
It's lego, so its awesome. It's also overpriced for how little plastic you get in the box. If you're going to do lego trains, expect to buy hundreds of dollars worth of track to build an interesting layout. The same applies to duplo trains and track. On the plus side, my kids got years of play out of the duplo trains; which are still fully functional, and will be handed down tograndkids i suppose. We're just making the transition to lego trains. We're doing it, but I don't like the price.
The only reason why I don’t give this 5 stars is because I needed three (or four I can’t remember) of these plus two other tracks that move to complete a circle. Just a bit frustrating because why in the world would you need 1/4 of a circle of tracks
So, I love LEGOs, but they really need to sell sets of just straight and just curve sections independently. I also don't know of anyone who really uses the small adjustable pieces. You're basically paying for plastic you'll never use and will just collect dust.
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