Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA

Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA

  • Easy to Snap Tracks
  • Blows Real Smoke!
  • Authentic Sounds
  • Real Working Light
  • 20 Pieces

This is an one of a kind classic train that you will not find on the market. This classic train is battery-powered locomotive blows real smoke, makes authentic sounds, and lugs cargo carts around an easy-to-build train track. The tracks snaps together easily which makes assembling the product a walk in the park. Battery Operated – Requires 4 AA Batteries

Features
Easy-to-snap-together track pieces
Blows real smoke
Authentic sounds and working lights
Runs on 4 AA batte

Price: $ 39.99
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3 Responses to “Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA”
  1. Cworth says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hard to beat for the price and the good looks of this set!, December 27, 2012
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    Cworth

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA (Toy)

    Mota Toys Premium Classical Train Set

    What you will Need to operate
    1 x Small Phillips Screw drive
    4 x AA batteries
    Large flat surface

    First of all I was very impressed by the packaging., The box has clear plastic windows on one side that show the train and the cars for the set. Outside of the box lets you know that you need 4AA batteries to run this which is nice to know before unpacking it if giving to someone as a gift.. The box is good looking and shows 14+ on the outside which I assume is an age guideline. Personally I think a child of age 10 or younger could handle assembly without an issue or limited help.

    O.k. Now I opened the box and everything is in place held in by a large plastic cover that slides right off the top of the plastic tray that is holding everything. From there it is really simple. Pull out the Train engine and flip it upside down to place the four AA batteries in it. You will need a small philllips head screw driver to remove the screw on the bottom of the engine to place the four batteries in their place. The battery slots are clearly marked as to which way they need to be placed. (which is the standard way + battery terminal to flat part of receiver socket and – side of battery to spring) Just look at the picture in the socket. Anyway, Now that you have the locomotive ready to go you should assemble the tracks.

    Track Assembly
    There are 4 straight pieces of track and 12 curved sections. If you want a circle just use all the curved sections. These go together very easily the easiest way I found was to place them on the flat surface and put the flat backsides of the hooks on the end of the tracks back to back and slide them together. This will make more sense once you have them in front if you. They push together with very little force, you can also just visually align the rails and press each piece into each other. So for the full circle just repeat putting them together and you will form a circle. If you have the space and want to make an oval just add the straight track pieces on opposite ends of your circle and you will now have an oval. If you make the circle the inside diameter is about 3 feet 6 inches which is pretty good size. If you make the oval you can get the inside to about 5 feet 2 inches inside diameter at the widest section in the middle.

    Placing the train on the tracks.
    I found it easiest to line up the Locomotive with the front “steering” axle on the tracks first to make sure it is lined up and double checking that the rear drive wheels of the locomotive are placed on the rail as well. Then to add the cars it is super simple just place the next car on the track behind the locomotive and line up the guide pin that is on the rear of the locomotive facing upwards into the large hole on the car. Again this step makes total sense when looking at it. The next car you place under the pin in the hole of the car in front, once again when looking at it this will make more sense.

    All that is left is to turn the locomotive on with the switch located on the Left side of the locomotive under the train sticker and slide it forward. Now your train should be moving along the track at a pretty good speed with headlights and train noises. In addition to that after a few laps if you look closely you will see the smoke coming out of the smoke stack which is pretty cool.

    Overall I think this is a good simple train set that will look great under next year’s Christmas tree and can be easily stored in the box that it came in which is a huge plus. The only negative I would say is I don’t know how to turn off the train sounds which get on my nerves a little bit because I am not a fun child, but a lame adult. This train set is great for the price and can be used by many ages of Children with supervision. The Locomotive looks good with the gold and at a glance you would think I spent some pretty good money on it when in reality it was a great deal. Kids love it and I think you should buy one.

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  2. Jason says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Two year old son loves this train set, December 22, 2012
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    Jason (Seattle, Wa) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA (Toy)

    This is a really great classic toy train set, the detail on the engine is incredible. I was really surprised by the power and speed that this has. I’ve played with a few in the toy store that cost more money and they all seem sluggish with mediocre sound effect and no smoke. The sound effects on this set are impressive and my son loves the smoke feature. The train set seems plenty durable but the engine has a lot of little detail pieces that could be broken easily if your child is very rough with it. My son loved the train so much that he had to sleep with the engine tonight!! :)

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  3. JKEEHN says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Round and Round we go!!!!!, December 20, 2012
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    JKEEHN

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Classic Train with Sound, Light, and Real Smoke by MOTA (Toy)

    I don’t even know where to begin with this awesome train toy! It was very easy to put together, and the looks of it is very nice too. The sounds were great, but the smoke is what did it for me….absolutely awesome train. Very durable, perfect toy train for anyone that enjoys trains!

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