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Observe the far distant planet on the Mars Expedition.

Take the Mars Rover to explore the uninhabited area and make discoveries. When ready to explore on foot, check the control panel monitors to verify the conditions safe before folding down the side ramp and disembarking the vehicle. Set up the drill attachment to extract samples from the rocks, which can then be studied and brought back to Earth. Utilize the various tool attachments for the rover's extendable, moveable arm to break up rocks, pick up minerals with the gripper, or blast objects out of your path. The rover includes functioning light and sound effects including gripper arm action, driving sounds, and an alarm.

When the sunlight is no longer the primary source of light, the crystals found on the terrain can be used to light up the surrounding area in the functioning light module. For small expeditions, one space cadet can drive the Mars trike and can bring back materials in the storage box in the front of vehicle. In case of unexpected wind storms or rain, the crew can take shelter in the research laboratory that can shelter up to four figures. Before the long trip home, turn on the interior LED lights around the control panel to prepare for departure.

Playset includes two space explorers, robot, Mars rover, Mars trike, research station, mining equipment and many other accessories.

Mars Rover Dimensions: 10 x 7.1 x 8.1 in (LxWxH), Rock Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.7 x 3.1 in (LxWxH), Trike Dimensions: 4.9 x 3.1 x 2.4 in (LxWxH) (without antenna).

Recommended for ages six to twelve years.

  • Take an inventory of all the supplies and equipment needed to make the long journey to Mars, including the research and mining machinery.
  • Attach the vehicle's roof with satellite and gripper arm to prepare it for a ground expedition.
  • Set up the mining drill and place the tripod on level ground, while turning the red knob to drive the drill into the surface and extract minerals.
  • Use the blaster cannon to destroy obstacles in the rover's path in order to continue the exploration.
  • Warning. Choking Hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Summary:

Observe the far distant planet on the Mars Expedition.

Take the Mars Rover to explore the uninhabited area and make discoveries. When ready to explore on foot, check the control panel monitors to verify the conditions safe before folding down the side ramp and disembarking the vehicle. Set up the drill attachment to extract samples from the rocks, which can then be studied and brought back to Earth. Utilize the various tool attachments for the rover's extendable, moveable arm to break up rocks, pick up minerals with the gripper, or blast objects out of your path. The rover includes functioning light and sound effects including gripper arm action, driving sounds, and an alarm.

When the sunlight is no longer the primary source of light, the crystals found on the terrain can be used to light up the surrounding area in the functioning light module. For small expeditions, one space cadet can drive the Mars trike and can bring back materials in the storage box in the front of vehicle. In case of unexpected wind storms or rain, the crew can take shelter in the research laboratory that can shelter up to four figures. Before the long trip home, turn on the interior LED lights around the control panel to prepare for departure.

Playset includes two space explorers, robot, Mars rover, Mars trike, research station, mining equipment and many other accessories.

Mars Rover Dimensions: 10 x 7.1 x 8.1 in (LxWxH), Rock Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.7 x 3.1 in (LxWxH), Trike Dimensions: 4.9 x 3.1 x 2.4 in (LxWxH) (without antenna).

Recommended for ages six to twelve years.

  • Take an inventory of all the supplies and equipment needed to make the long journey to Mars, including the research and mining machinery.
  • Attach the vehicle's roof with satellite and gripper arm to prepare it for a ground expedition.
  • Set up the mining drill and place the tripod on level ground, while turning the red knob to drive the drill into the surface and extract minerals.
  • Use the blaster cannon to destroy obstacles in the rover's path in order to continue the exploration.
  • Warning. Choking Hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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Format: Collectibles
Label: PLAYMOBIL
Rel. Date: 01/01/2022
UPC: 4008789708885

Space Mars Expedition (Fig)
Artist: Playmobil
Format: Collectibles
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Summary:

Observe the far distant planet on the Mars Expedition.

Take the Mars Rover to explore the uninhabited area and make discoveries. When ready to explore on foot, check the control panel monitors to verify the conditions safe before folding down the side ramp and disembarking the vehicle. Set up the drill attachment to extract samples from the rocks, which can then be studied and brought back to Earth. Utilize the various tool attachments for the rover's extendable, moveable arm to break up rocks, pick up minerals with the gripper, or blast objects out of your path. The rover includes functioning light and sound effects including gripper arm action, driving sounds, and an alarm.

When the sunlight is no longer the primary source of light, the crystals found on the terrain can be used to light up the surrounding area in the functioning light module. For small expeditions, one space cadet can drive the Mars trike and can bring back materials in the storage box in the front of vehicle. In case of unexpected wind storms or rain, the crew can take shelter in the research laboratory that can shelter up to four figures. Before the long trip home, turn on the interior LED lights around the control panel to prepare for departure.

Playset includes two space explorers, robot, Mars rover, Mars trike, research station, mining equipment and many other accessories.

Mars Rover Dimensions: 10 x 7.1 x 8.1 in (LxWxH), Rock Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.7 x 3.1 in (LxWxH), Trike Dimensions: 4.9 x 3.1 x 2.4 in (LxWxH) (without antenna).

Recommended for ages six to twelve years.

  • Take an inventory of all the supplies and equipment needed to make the long journey to Mars, including the research and mining machinery.
  • Attach the vehicle's roof with satellite and gripper arm to prepare it for a ground expedition.
  • Set up the mining drill and place the tripod on level ground, while turning the red knob to drive the drill into the surface and extract minerals.
  • Use the blaster cannon to destroy obstacles in the rover's path in order to continue the exploration.
  • Warning. Choking Hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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