PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers - Review



As parents we are obliged to endure countless hours of obnoxious cartoon characters, with their high pitched voices and annoying theme songs. Peppa Pig for example makes me want to rock back and forth in the corner of a dark room but PJ Masks is my saviour, a little bit of respite! It's one of the only kids shows that I can sit down and enjoy with Noah. He calls it Mummy's favourite! It's all about three regular kids who turn into superheros at night with the help of their animal amulets, all in in their PJ's of course! "Cause' night time, is the best time, to fight crime!" It's a corker of a show and if you haven't watched it before I highly recommend it. 


With being such big fans of the PJ Masks I had to accept the chance to review the latest toys to the range, the PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers. We didn't know which sets we'd receive but was very happy to discover that we'd been sent Gekko and his Gekko-Mobile and Cat Boy and his Cat-Car. Noah was so impressed when he saw them but straight away he asked where Owlette was. I've promised to buy him the Owlette set if he continues to do well at nursery and listens to his Mummy! Later in the year more toys will be added to the range with new figures, dress up items and sets. The next one being the Romeo Lab playset which will be available in April.


The PJ Masks Turbo Racers are one of 2018’s latest additions to the ever expanding and ever so awesome PJ Masks toy range. They are the most epic PJ Masks Racing Vehicles, featuring a sleek design and deluxe accents. Each vehicle comes with one 3-inch PJ Masks Character Figure which fit nicely into the drivers seat. Each character is dressed in a fancy Turbo Blast outfit and safety comes first with the matching Turbo Blast racing helmet!

Noah's always been big on figures so he's been taking Cat Boy and Gekko everywhere with him, in his pocket to the park and even for a dip in the bath. They are a great size and fit nicely on the palm of your hand. You can make them sit up, stand and move their arms and head.



The Turbo Blast Racers are figures are lots of fun and both children spend so much time pushing them from across the room, crashing them into one another and making them do flips. It's great to watch Noah creating little role play scenario's whilst Ava watches intently and tries to copy what he's doing. I love watching them play together.

The PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers are suitable for children from the age of 3. They retail at a reasonable £14.99 each and are available to buy online and in most toy stores.


- I was sent these products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

7 comments:

  1. Ahh these are fabulous - we have a serious PJ Masks obsession in our house! Think we'd like an owelette one though! (girls in the house!)

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  2. Fun time for all - the boys will love these

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  3. They look like fun toys, Megan is a PJ masks fan, especially as catboy is Connor and her big brother and hero is also Connor xXx

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  4. These look like sturdy fun toys.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. Haven't seen PJ Masks show as yet.

    Rachel Craig

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