Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Batman Set

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Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Batman Set

$39.89
$28 Gilt
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The Caped Crusader is on the prowl with a daring playset from Hot Wheels. Your little one will be amazed as Batman races down the twisting and turning track. Attach the track to the wall for even more excitement. Command adhesive from 3M keeps the track securely in place, yet it removes easily when playtime is over. This thrilling set comes with a colorful poster.

Features:

  • Track set features a 360-degree loop, sharp twists and turns, flap ramp, and a diverter to send cars crashing to the floor
  • Comes with one die-cast Batmobile vehicle
  • Includes full-color poster of Gotham City to serve as backdrop for the thrilling action
  • Easy to assemble and attach to your wall
  • Tons of racing excitement for every Hot Wheels and Batman fan!
  • For ages 4 years and up

Material: Plastic

Brand: Mattel

Origin: Imported

Mattel was born in 1945 out of a garage in Southern California. Surprisingly, the first Mattel products were picture frames, but one of Mattel’s founders soon started developing dollhouse furniture from picture frame scraps. Encouraged by the success of the dollhouse furniture, Mattel switched their focus to toys. Mattel's popular toy brands, including Barbie, Hot Wheels, Monster High, Polly Pocket, Matchbox, Fijit Friends, and Fisher-Price are constantly bringing joy to kids. Mattel also encourages “play” in a big way — the company believes that playing with toys helps build a strong foundation for learning and nurtures imagination. Over the past 10 years, Mattel and the Mattel Children’s Foundation have donated $30 million and more than half a million toys to children’s hospitals across the country.