Learning Curve's Special Agent Oso R.R. Rapide Command Center {Review}




Something extremely exciting just arrived at our home for Alex to test out.


This "something" allows him to play with one of his favorite characters {Special Agent Oso} and one of his favorite things {a train} at the same time.




Alex is all about learning what the "Three Special Steps" will be for each mission that Special Agent Oso goes on during the episodes he watches online so when he received a medal for following the three steps to brush his teethe, he was very excited. "Why did they give that to me, mommy?" was what he asked as a smile grew across his face. It was almost like he was asking me "how did they know I brush my teethe?". I thought it was so precious but it was also a great way for him to feel like this toy was made just for him.


The Special Agent Oso R.R. Rapide Command Center has 2 different cars with opening doors. In the back, there's a parking spot for Wolfe and his motorcycle. If this is stretched out and the back door is opened to create a ramp, Alex can launch the motorcycle to speed off the train. It's a little tricky for his little hands to get it hooked up and launched but he keeps trying. I'm sure he'll have the hang of it in no time at all. 


The front car of the command center has a couple neat things going on. First, if Oso's seat is pushed all the way up, sounds play like a new mission for Oso and other character voices from the show. There's also an automatic jet pack launcher. All Alex has to do is put Oso on the stand and push him back and instantly, a jet pack is on his back. Two jet packs come in the package and they're easily loaded in the launcher by simply dropping them in. Everything works with magnets so they're easy to remove and attach. 


Alex's action figures also find themself in the driver seat from time to time. This brings even more imagination into play as Alex acts out Oso's training sessions and missions. 


Since arriving in our home, the Special Agent Oso R.R. Rapide Command Center has gotten a lot of play time. Alex loves that he can push a button and make a "Choo Choo" sound as he pushes this around the floor.  I was impressed with the construction of the toy. No matter how many crashes and tumbles this train takes, it remains looking and working like new. Any of the pieces that come off are easily popped back on and Alex is back to playing with his train in no time at all. Also, the fact that it expands to about 3 feet long is pretty cool. Alex feels like his train is "SO BIG" and he even tries to sit on it while he drives it around.  

We really like it!

Buy It: You can purchase the Special Agent Oso R.R. Rapide Command Center from Learning Curve for $39.99!

**This is a "Buddy Picks" review. {It gets two thumbs up from Alex}.**


**Thanks to PR firm on behalf of Learning Curve for supplying the complimentary, mentioned item to facilitate this review. I wasn't compensated in any other way. In this post I share my thoughts and opinions of the item being reviewed. Others may have a different experience or opinion.**

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