Delivered to Rock Father HQ in three boxes via FedEx, the Extreme Coaster warranted something that a lot of you have been asking for - an "Unboxing" Video. Check that out below, complete with some in-action shots of the Extreme Coaster set-up inside here at Rock Father HQ, and how it can be used as a track for toy cars!
Setting up our coaster inside was a challenge due to space, so I had to be waiting at the bottom to catch the girls after each run. When this gets placed outside for the Spring and Summer, there will be plenty of room for the coaster to be launched in all of its glory - and the kids will be required to wear shoes and helmets.
The true beauty of this coaster right now is how imagination has turned it into many different things. It's been a launch ramp and arena for diecast cars and monster trucks (PERFECT since the coaster even has a "racing" theme to its graphics package); a "tent" and "shelter" for an indoor campground; and a "rebel base" for playing Star Wars.
With a posted weight limit of 75 lbs per rider, there's gonna be a ton of room to grow, but the older kids in the neighborhood should be able to enjoy this for a bit as well.
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Rock Father-approved and highly-recommended, stay tuned as I'll be revisiting this one in a few months when I can show it in it's proper home. But before that, I just may give YOU a chance to score one of these for your own little coaster enthusiasts in the weeks ahead. To be continued...