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BRIO RC Train Engine
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- 2 pieces; RC locomotive and RC hand controller
- With the simple push of a finger use the specially designed controller to magically move the engine forward and reverse
- Special controller buttons trigger realistic lights and authentic sounds from the engine
- Batteries not included (4 X AA)
- Fits all Brio and other wooden railways, for ages 3+
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The train was capable to pulling two cars if the tracks were flat, and it was able to ascend slopes on its own... again for a few weeks. After two weeks or so, it lost a lot of its pulling and ascending capability (even after changing out several types of batteries).
We've had it for about three months all in all, and it hardly functions at all. You can operate it without the remote by pressing buttons on the train, but it only stays in motion for 10 seconds or so before it shuts down.
I do NOT recommend this product. Kids don't have the patience to try and make it work, and it is just a cause of frustration.
It works perfectly on our Brio and Ikea tracks. It will pull 4-7 trains/wagons, but sometimes have a hard time getting up the bridges with lots of trains connected. It fits through the brio car wash. It will derail at the cross intersections sometimes and around corners if the tracks was not connected well.
The remote works great. I switch between channel A and B if one channel doesn’t work great. I think wireless signals in the house interfere with it sometimes.
The lights on the engin are great. Looks great at night.
My daughter has dropped/thrown it down the stairs several times and it has no damage and still works perfectly.🤷♀️ Good quality toy🙌🙌
My four year old largely uses the train without the controller, and there I think the hand of someone who knows children shines through in this product - the buttons on the top of the engine itself stop, reverse, turn lights on, make the horn noise. So it does all the cool stuff by controller or by hand, depending on the character of your kid. My kid sets it driving about the living room on it's own escapades as a standalone toy much of the time. On the track, not so much, as it can't pull things over the normal track hills. He does get absorbed specifically with this engine and the forked track pieces where you can switch the rail direction, as for the first time he really sees what effect the switcher has.
Two cons, which could be big ones for your child:
1) this train does not always handle gaps in tracks or hills very well. I believe this is because the back tires are not as well-threaded or thickly-lined with rubber as other battery-powered trains we own so it gets stuck when going up hills and in spots on tracks with gaps. Be sure to purchase some sure track connectors to hold pieces together however won’t help if you have a gap in viaduct or bridge pieces;
2) falls off track when going over short curve pieces - can be frustrating but that’s what the “train’s engineer” is there for.
These cons, however, don’t make me deduct a star because my child still gets that much enjoyment from it.
As a new mom to this world of trains and after reading countless reviews and blogs of tracks and engines and having some great and not so great purchases, here are my recommendations.
- I don’t recommend the Brio RC Train Engine be the first train a child gets when they get into trains on wooden tracks - this r/c train is like the 3rd step or phase after the child “masters” or gets bored with their wooden tracks. I’ve had great luck with my kiddo and maintaining his interest by adding pieces in phases when his interest starts dwindling.
“Phase 1” simple track layout and train cars my child pushes (this let my child experiment without too many choices and learn at own pace).
“Phase 2” adding a battery-powered engine that only goes back and forth by clicking button on train (no remote control, some of these battery-powered trains have a “free play” option to also make them like a train your child has to push) and adding more curves and switches as options to the wooden tracks.
“Phase 3” this r/c train and elevations in your wooden tracks.
Please let me know if this was helpful. Thank you!