Product Reviews

Hot Wheels: Monster Jam HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set

Beware the Max-D™ monster! He's come to wreak maximum havoc in the Monster Jam arena! It will take the heroics of the Team Hot Wheels® Firestorm® truck to take down this mega menace.
Average Customer Rating:
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3 out of 5(60%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
Review 1 for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
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tylersmom
Location:cerrtios, California
Age:3-5
Relationship:Parent
It's ok
Date:March 22, 2014
Pros: flinsey
Cons: Low quality
My son loved it for a day then stop playing with it. the containers which the robot holds did not close. He had to play with it without the containers. He like the fact the head came off once the car hit it.
Review 2 for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
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msmall211
Age:3-5
Relationship:Parent
fun toy
Date:March 10, 2014
my 5 year old son enjoyed playing with this toy. only held his attention for a little while before he went on to something else.
Review 3 for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
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landrews
Location:San Pedro,CA
Age:3-5
Relationship:Parent
Not a great toy
Date:March 7, 2014
Pros: fun appearance
Cons: doesn't play quite as described.
I realize this may not be a big deal for anyone else but the packing was terribly hard to get into and so I had to destroy the box. I typically use the box to restore the toy once my son is done with it.
Assembly was easy. Directions were easy to follow. Overall not that timely to put together.
Unimpressed with the overall play of the toy. The truck had problems staying on the track once launched. The toy had a childish feel to it.
Review 4 for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
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Boyswillbeboys
Location:Torrance, CA
Age:3-5
Relationship:Parent
Fun Times!
Date:March 7, 2014
Pros: Durable
This is a fun toy for a wide variety of ages. My 5 year old son enjoyed assembling it and putting the stickers on the robot. He had a bit of trouble knocking the robot the first few tries, but after a few attempts he got the hang of it. My 2 year old son enjoyed playing too, even though he didn't get enough momentum going with the monster truck. They enjoyed playing together with this toy, which is amazing as they fight over everything!!
I love how this toy makes the kids use their imagination. My two sons spent endless amounts of time taking it apart, setting it up as an obstacle course for their cars, and taking the robot down.
Review 5 for HOT WHEELS® Monster Jam® Maximum Destruction® Battle Play Set
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JennyBeth
Location:Los Angeles, CA
Age:6-8
Relationship:Parent
Entertaining Toy
Date:March 6, 2014
Pros: Durable, colorful
Cons: he couldn't get the car to make the monster spin
The toy was built very well and my son enjoyed assembling the monster on his own. When he pushed the lever, however, to make the truck go down the track, he couldn't create enough momentum for the truck to actually hit the monster and make hime spin. This was disappointing, because he saw that in the commercial. Other than that, it's a fun toy and allowed him to use his imagination, too.