Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit Review: We have not tried out Hot Wheels before so Monkey was extra keen to get started. Especially as he’s developing a love for cars at the moment. The Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit is aimed at children aged 5+ and contains everything they need to release their creativity. Which is not something I would normally think of saying about a toy such as this. But the Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit has a secret. It includes lego style blocks which can be used to create unique stunts and obstacles.

So what do you get in the box? There are 50 blocks, 1 slam launcher, 1 motorised stunt bridge with tracks, 1 hot wheels vehicle, 4 mini cardboard trolls and 1 giant bridge troll.

There is a reasonable amount of assembly required out with the blocks. Thankfully Hubby was on hand and helped out which is probably just as well otherwise it may have taken a lot longer than the twenty minutes it took.  The instructions are not the easiest to follow despite being pictorial. As the kit has a motorised bridge you will need two D sized batteries which are the big ones! We had to borrow a couple out of torch.

Monkey couldn’t wait to start playing with the kit he was launching the hot wheels car over the bridge before we had even finished. You need to hit the launcher quite hard to get the car to go but Monkey thought this was pretty cool. Once we set the bridge going he get even more excited by it.

Within the instruction booklet there are additional instructions at the back which show three different ways of using the blocks to make obstacles. Monkey set about making them following he step by step instructions. Some of the building was a bit fiddly and Monkey needed some help with the smaller bits. But he could do the majority of it.

This really added an extra dimension to the kit which Monkey really enjoyed and it opens up a lot of creativity. Over time I can see him creating all sorts of constructions and obstacles for this kit.

Things we love:

  • Monkey really enjoyed sending the car flying across the kitchen and raising the motorised bridge to see if he could get it to go higher
  • When assembled the kit is huge and reaches halfway across our kitchen
  • The inclusion of the blocks really helps with his creativity, problem solving and imagination
  • I really like that the packaging includes an element of fun which can be added to the kit in the form of the large troll
  • The bridge connects with other Hot Wheels kits which opens up possibilities to create even more dare devil tracks.

I would like to see more than one car included in the kit as Monkey would normally play with this sort of toy with a friend and I can imagine lots of arguments over whose turn it is. Especially with the price being £49.99. That saying any matchbox car could be used with the kit. Monkey is already planning ways to set up obstacles to hit with flying cars so I know we will have a lot of fun with this in the coming weeks. The Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit is available to purchase online with Amazon.

If you would like to try one out for yourself the lovely people at Mattel have offered one of my readers the chance to win one for themselves. To enter please use the gleam application below and please note the T&Cs.

Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit

  • Competition is open to residents of the UK aged 18
  • There is no cash alternative offered
  • The winner will be drawn at random and will receive a Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge Kit
  • The giveaway will close on the 3rd December at midnight, the winner will be notified through Twitter
  • The Winner will be asked to provide an email address and full postal address

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  1. Ursula Hunt Reply

    Our Christmas tradition is new pajamas and a new bauble for the tree for Christmas Eve.

  2. My favourite thing about Christmas is spending time with loved ones.

  3. Tracy Nixon Reply

    We are getting a new puppy at the beginning of December – she is a white long coat chihuahua and we have named her Twinkle! So Christmas will be quite hectic but fun too!

  4. Margaret Gallagher Reply

    The whole ARGOS and smyths catalogue is on the wish list ! Older ones want the latest gadgets -etham wants much first scalextric
    Mine -ive mot decided!

  5. iain maciver Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is spending time with family, amazing giveaway

  6. funjustjustin Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is spending time with friends and enjoying there company.

  7. my favorite thing is when my children put out milk and cookies for father Christmas

  8. Ok so I’m putting my name in a Jl because I think that’s what I put on the Gleam widget and pressed OK before I realised or might have been Ji – doh.
    I love Christmas because the kids gets so excited and it brings back all the magical feelings I had as a child. Watching them open their presents is the best part. I love going to my parents house and having a lovely Christmas dinner cooked for me while spending time with my brother and his family. I can’t wait for Christmas

  9. My favourite thing about Christmas is having time off work to relax and spend with friends and family.

  10. Jessica Woods Reply

    It’s all about the kids at Christmas for us me and my other half don’t buy each other we just focus on them x

  11. Kerry Kilmister Reply

    My 7 year old daughters entire Christmas list is My Little Pony toys. She is so excited.

  12. fiona waterworth Reply

    My children have still not decided, however every year we go and see santa on the steam trains, we did it with our children, and now her children go its great

  13. Lyndsey Cooksey Reply

    The whole thing of christmas makes me smile when it comes to my family. The girls faces when they walk into the living room… They aren’t allowed in till we say and we get the obligatory photos lol. It’s a bonus on Christmas day as its my hubby’s birthday but this year he will see the big 40!!! Double celebrations!

  14. Kelly Glen Reply

    We always go for a nice long walk down by the beach if the weather is nice.

  15. Amy Wright Reply

    My daughter is hoping for a Barbie Dreamhouse and Hatchimals and my son would like Star Wars, Transformers and Power Rangers toys.

  16. Ashley Phillips Reply

    My eldest is getting the top thing on her list – a Starlily unicorn, wouldn’t have been able to afford it but John Lewis had it on sale. Can’t wait to see her face Christmas morning

  17. Anthony Harrington Reply

    one of our traditions is to have warm mince pies for breakfast on christmas morning, trouble is, not one of us like them, so we either make or buy the smallest ones possible, just so we can keep the tradition going!

  18. I love Christmas Eve we have a family tradition of baking and crafts throughout the day and then we go for a walk to look at all of the local lights and look out for santa (I dont ever want my boys to grow up LOL)

  19. My boys would love a Switch. I love Christmas, the whole build up is my favourite <3

  20. Our tradition is new matching PJ’s on christmas eve followed by a christmas movie before bed.

  21. My son got a drone for his birthday, but his sisters are desperate for their own ones so they really want one for Christmas. I am just looking forward to my M&S Sherry Trifle. I can’t believe they torture me by only brining it out at Christmas and then making me wait nearly a whole year!

  22. I love the fact that everything is so relaxed and not the usual fast pace. We get to spend time together as a family without worrying about doing the nursery and school runs, husband going to work, we even get a brake from PPI and other spam calls.

    I love the children’s excitement during the lead up to Christmas day and the fact that they seem to love all their presents. I also love the fact that I can eat whatever I want and the calories don’t matter!

  23. Kirsteen Mackay Reply

    Christmas is my favourite time of year. We also do the new PJ’s tradition on Christmas Eve and I love that as much as the kids. My daughter is asking for a rock polisher this year as she loves collecting stones on the beach and would like to see what they look like when all polished.

  24. sarah mcvicar Reply

    Eek can’t wait to spend time with my family. Love our xmas eve tradition all getting stuck in peeling and prepping the veg followed by a take out and film in our new pj’s x

  25. Holly Brazier Reply

    I’ve got 3 boys who would go crazy for this! Fab prize!

  26. LAURA MILTON Reply

    I love xmas eve – new cozy pjs and family board games. Also the magic of leaving Santa his treats the night before is great fun

  27. Ashleigh Allan Reply

    I’m so excited for Christmas and all the fun things we do like elf on a shelf and the pantomime and making cookies for santa

  28. Hannah Rowley Reply

    My little girl wants a scooter for christmas, i love the festive season as its lovely to spend time with family xx

  29. Sarah Evans Reply

    I love it all couldn’t pick one thing but one of my fave traditions is hot chocolate and santa clause the movie Christmas eve

  30. Margaret Clarkson Reply

    Great article. This sounds just the right toy for my Godson, both fun and creative.

  31. Laura Avery Reply

    All of us together a rare treat I love it! They want a worbench and wood working tools as they have done a few workshops and have fallen in love with creating things!

  32. becki gates Reply

    sadly my eldest two this year have realised that santa , in their words, doesnt exist. on the other hand my 4 year is so excited to put the angel on the tree (our tradition is youngest always gets to top the tree) , he knows thats his special job. he has asked santa for a bed and pushchair for his baby doll x

  33. I love most things about Christmas to be honest… except having to take down and put away all the decorations afterwards!
    Any excuse for mulled wine, cheesy music and tasty treats is fine by me 🙂 My youngest is getting more aware of Christmas now, so the excitement is really starting to mount!

  34. C is for carols we sing Christmas night

    H is for holly with berries red bright

    R is for reindeer who stand in the snow

    I is for icing with silvery glow

    S is for Santa who comes very late

    T is for tree that stands tall and straight

    M is for mincepies I have for tea

    A is for angel on top of the tree

    S is for stocking I open at dawn

    C H R I S T M A S

    is coming

    The day Christ was born.

  35. our xmas day tradition is to keep all the presents until after lunch when we all sit together and open one at a time. It takes all afternoon but it’s so much fun.

  36. Jodie A Green Reply

    my lads would love to find this under the tree! My girls are after hatchimals (twins this time!!!) im just happy with flyffy slippers 😀

  37. Kate Davies Reply

    I most looking forward to the excited little face of my 5 year old son when he discovers Santa’s been.

  38. ceril roberts Reply

    This Christmas will be the first one since my partner died so it’s going to be a tough one for me and our son. My focus is going to be on him and making sure that he has a special day. We have a tradition of having a Christmas Eve box the night before and having a Christmassy DVD. On Christmas day we usually get up early and open the gifts from Father Christmas and then have our dinner and open the gifts under the tree. This year we will also be doing something to remember my partner and his father – not sure what yet.

  39. Ruth Harwood Reply

    My son keeps asking when we’re putting the decs up! It’s a bit early, but it’s his fave part of Christmas!!

  40. Jo Hutchinson Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is all the pretty decorations

  41. Susan Trubey Reply

    Amelia would like a Barbie with dogs, a Barbie with a horse, a three storey garage and 50 cars and a thousand pigs.

  42. Jo M welsh Reply

    I’m looking forward to having the family over and just being together

  43. Lesley Bain Reply

    We normally do the 12 days before, 12 after thing. But I can’t this year. I am so excited for Xmas already that I can’t wait, so we get a carpet fitted in our livingroom in the next few days then my tree is going up 🙂

  44. This is a lovely prize. I love Christmas – the tradition, the food and spending all the time with the family.

  45. Lynsey Buchanan Reply

    My daughter is 9 and wants a mobile phone which I will get but not a very expensive one as it will give me peace of mind when she is out with her friends knowing I can call and also have GPS on her butt.

  46. Lorna Peppiatt Reply

    I love the build up to Christmas, the gift buying, Christmas music, putting up decorations but the actual day is often stressful that I don’t enjoy it as much as I should.

  47. Michaela Hannah Reply

    I love having my husband at home for a few days in a row and my sons have asked for playmobil for christmas

  48. Rachel Butterworth Reply

    My two older nephews want Lego. My younger nephew wants Transformers. My older niece wants make-up and my younger niece probably wants chocolate pudding(she’s 7months).

  49. Christina Palmer Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is spending time with my Grandchildren

  50. Kimberley Ryan Reply

    my favourite thing about Christmas is watching my little ones perform in their Christmas nativity plays, so proud

  51. Allan Wilson Reply

    Our Christmas Tradition is singing carols on Christmas Eve in the town square with the local brass band.

  52. I am so excited for Christmas! My little boy has been wearing his elf pyjamas for the past month! Our Christmas tradition has to be putting out a mince pie, carrot and some Milk for Santa and his reindeer on Christmas Eve! Hope you have a lovely Christmas!

  53. Xmas tradition is Xmas eve we break out a chocolate log to eat and watch an afternoon movie, Xmas day and boxing day is all about the turkey and trifles so no room for a log!

  54. Stacy Sorrell Reply

    our tradition is to watch Home Alone whilst decorating the tree x

  55. Edward Guerreiro Reply

    I can’t wait for Christmas. I am particularly looking forward to the stuffing. I only ever have it at Christmas.

  56. sharon stanley Reply

    We’re off to see family Christmas day when we all come together. Although the children love the gifts they recieve they also love playing with their cousins and all the attention they get. It’s a shame that family values are not as important as they used to be for some. We like a nice balance between family values and of course fulfilling what we can afford to on their lists.

  57. Nancy Bradford Reply

    My daughter has a huge list but at the top are Littlest Pet Shop seals and Hatchimals x

  58. Kelly Hirst Reply

    Fab giveaway! I love Xmas it’s the best time to get together with friends and family

  59. My favourite thing about Christmas is seeing all my children together as they live in various parts of the country, so we all get together at Christmas. We share Christmas Day with my Grandson who lives with my daughter and myself and we all adore him. I’m so proud of them all. If I won this prize, I know my 2 sons would love to play with the hotwheels with my Grandson ☺

  60. My 7 yr old boy wants a Stretch Batman figure this Christmas

  61. Kim Neville Reply

    My son is fascinated by the Titanic at the moment so he wants a Titanic toy

  62. Kat Allinson Reply

    This is an amazing prize! My son is hoping to find lots of vehicles under the tree, he loves cars, tractors and trains so if I wont this he would be over the moon on Christmas Day! Merry Christmas and thank you for such an amazing giveaway x

  63. Our family tradition is getting new pajamas for Christmas Eve, so we go to sleep in our snazzy PJ’s and spend all Christmas day in them, it’s great eating Xmas dinner in some super comfy jarmies!x

  64. Victoria Thurgood Reply

    The best part of Christmas is the kids being so excited Christmas eve waiting for santa

  65. Laura Corrall Reply

    My girls are loving our tradition of elf on the shelf. I love seeing the magic and wonder our little elf brings to my girls.

  66. Eliza James Reply

    Our best tradition is elf on the shelf which was in full action prank wise this morning wrapping our loo in wrapping paper!!

  67. Laura Pritchard Reply

    We’re going to try a Christmas Eve box for the first time this year for my 2 kids and nephew – pyjamas, reindeer food, hot chocolate etc

  68. Jenny Jones Reply

    my son is hoping for a remote control car and a basket ball hoop for the garden. Our tradition is having the family over christmas eve for hot pork and stuffing sandwiches and the adults supping mulled wine while the kids play board games or nerf wars

  69. laura pyper Reply

    Our Christmas tradition is new pjs and a christmas movie before bed

  70. One of our festive traditions is to have new pyjamas and slippers to wear on Christmas Eve!

  71. Oli Marshall Reply

    Christmas time is my favourite time of year. I turn so ridiculously cheese; Christmas Hallmark movies come out, cutting out paper snowflakes, feeling of content (must be due to lovely atmosphere where you go) completely overwhelms me, so much so that I don’t think I raise my voice at my little ones once during the whole period :). They know, Christmas time is mummy’s favourite time of year :). MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  72. Meryl Thomas Reply

    Can’t wait to put up the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve

  73. IAN CHEYNE Reply

    My fav thing about christmas is —————-BOXING DAY!!!!!!!

  74. Victoria Prince Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is the whole atmosphere! I just love being in town with festive music, lights and there is a “feeling” about the world that I just can’t describe but is unique to Christmas

  75. I find Christmas rather stressful but I really enjoy seeing people or catching up with them by phone or some other way, especially if I haven’t spoken to them all year. That is the best part for me.

  76. My favourite thing about Christmas is seeing the excitement on the little one’s faces 🙂

  77. Rachel Butler Reply

    My favourite thing about Christmas is decorating the house, wearing our new pjs on Xmas eve and eating our dinner in Orr Xmas jumpers! x

  78. Kayleigh Watkins Reply

    My son doesn’t know what he wants this year, which is proving hard, my five year old daughter would love a cry baby, and my 9 month old daughter doesn’t really know what’s going on, we have broken tradition this year by putting the tree up today, we usually do it two weeks before Christmas, our other tradition is on Christmas eve, we all get our pj’s on, order a take away, watch a Christmas movie and open the chocolates and sweets, we then leave Santa’s treats out, sprinkle the lawn with reindeer feed and go to bed so santa can visit xxx

  79. Adrian Bold Reply

    We always have a family party on Christmas eve which is a lot of fun.

  80. Laura Barratt Reply

    Hot Wheels, LEGO, Jigsaw puzzles, Imaginext, PJ Masks and lots more!

  81. Dawn Samples Reply

    I’m looking forward to a week on Tuesday when we can go out to buy our Christmas Tree. It’s a family tradition to wait til the 12th x

  82. My son is hoping to find Lego and Hot Wheels under the Christmas tree!

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