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Calendar December 17, 2017 12/17/17 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 2 Comments 2

Limited Edition Hot Wheels ‘Challenge Accepted’ Pley December 2017 Review + Try For $10

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Limited Edition Hot Wheels ‘Challenge Accepted’ Pley December 2017 Review

Limited Edition Hot Wheels ‘Challenge Accepted’ Pley December 2017 Review

Pley has a new limited edition box from Pley, Hot Wheels! The Hot Wheels Pley Box is $24.99/box plus $5 shipping. This is a new box designed for 6-11 year olds. When you sign up, you will select your child's clothing size XS (3-4) to L (9-12). NEW Hot Wheels Pley Box – Limited Edition Box

Each challenge box you receive will transform into an over-the-top stunt support and will contain 4-8 creative items to encourage you to accept the challenge of creating a never before seen stunt!

These items can include unique Hot Wheels die-cast cars, a cool stunt, an activity book, a chance to show the world your creativity with YOUR stunt and participate in a free contest where your friends and family can vote for you, apparel, and other goodies!

The Details:

Cost: $24.99/month

What's in the box? Each challenge box you receive will transform into an over-the-top stunt support and will contain 4-8 creative items to encourage you to accept the challenge of creating a never before seen stunt!

CouponUse the code HOT10 to get your first box for $10 + shipping.

Shipping: United States

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The box was covered in Hot Wheels track.  The box also turns in to part of the track experience.

First Look

First Look.  As a mom of two little boys who love Hot Wheels, this box looked exciting from the start.

Challege Accepted Book

There is a “Challenge Accepted” book in each box. This book is filled with ideas on how to configure track, games and more.

Pley Box Assemlby Instructions

When you open the book, there are directions to configure the box into a track system.

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The next two pages gave instructions on incorporating your track with the kit in the box, or other items that you have around the house.

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There were several pages of games and activities your child can complete.

HW Glow Wheels Hi Beam

There was a also a two page color photo of the 2018 car, HW Glow Wheels Hi Beam.

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Hot Wheels HW Race Team '12 Ford Fiesta This is part of the Hot Wheels Race Team, which is molded after real race cars. This is an off-road vehicle modeled after Ken Block's car.

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I am not a huge Fiesta fan, but this is a really cute car.

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Celebrating 50 years of Camero – 2017 Camaro ZL1 The first Camero came out a year before Hot Wheels and so when Hot Wheels released their first cars, the Camaro was in it. If you have one of the first Camero Hot Wheels, you have a very rare car.  Hot Wheels released a special series in 2017 for a line of Camero cars.

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Very flashy! Can I get this in life-size please?

Hot Wheels Glow Wheels - Hi Beam

Hot Wheels Glow Wheels – Hi Beam This is a special early release just for this subscription.  Regular buyers won't get to buy this for 3 more months. This car is designed to work great for track and the wheels glow!

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There is no collecting here, so this car was opened right away.

Exclusive T-Shirt

Exclusive T-Shirt There was a t-shirt in the box, featuring Hi Beam and the box logo. I sized this for my 5 year old and he grabbed and put it on right away.

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Track Builder System Rapid Launcher This kit is a rapid launcher Hot Wheels set.  It's designed to really launch cars across the room. It also came with a car and Mega Blocks. The blocks help hold up the track to launch the cars.

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This was a look at everything in the box.

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The car in the box was a sleek-looking car.

Track Builder System 3 Ft of track

Track Builder System 3 Ft of track There was a package of extra track in the box.  There were three pieces of track with three connectors. This was designed to incorporate with the box and the kit.

Hot Wheels ‘Challenge Accepted’

T got right to playing with the cars. You press down the top to launch the cars.

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He loved it!

Hot Wheels ‘Challenge Accepted’

My kids played with this for a long time.  Each time they rearranged the track, propped it up on pillows or block to shoot the cars.

The launcher can really make the cars fly.

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You can stack up blocks, cups or other objects for the cars to knock down.

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The box also came with targets you can knock down.

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Final Thought: This box was so much fun.  There were several cars, a kit, and extra track, plus games, and a t-shirt.  Both of my kids (ages 8 and 5) had a blast with this box.  I like that the box transformed into part of the fun, so there were many different ways to use the box.  Future boxes will include more goodies, so your track will get bigger and more elaborate with each box. If you want to try this box, use the code  Use the code HOT10 to get your first box for $10 + shipping.  This deal expires Dec 19th. Order by Dec 18th to get delivery for Christmas.

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2 Comment(s)

  1. PA Anna, December 18, 2017:

    My 9 year old and I loved your review. He is very happy with the box and is busy setting up his track right now. We received the same 2018 car. The other two cars that he received are Surf ‘n’ Turf and Blitzspeeder. He gives the box 5 stars. He cracked me up by saying that this box is almost as good as BrickLoot.

  2. Subscription Box Mom, December 21, 2017:

    That’s awesome!

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