Skyrail Glow in the Dark Rollercoaster
This is something for those who have a soft affinity towards model trainsets, ranging from highly detailed trains to intricately designed track systems that span an entire room. Of course, some of us were not that fortunate to have a dream setup and had to settle for something much smaller that was limited by the table size (and daddy’s budget), but if you’re holding down a stable job now, the Skyrail Glow in the Dark Rollercoaster is certainly worth checking out.
You don’t get to ride in them, but you do get to design and build wild rides. Perhaps you’ll build the track (as shown in the instructions) with three loops; maybe you’ll build the one where the marbles jump from one track to another; maybe you’ll become a master fast enough to design your own crazy rides, and put the marbles through the G-force-iest ride ever. Or maybe you’ll actually let you kids play with the Skyrail Glow in the Dark Rollercoaster. Maybe.
Each $34.99 purchase of this set will come with a building guide that includes diagrams for a set with more pieces, which means you’ll have to fork out double the amount for another set to get the relevant pieces which augments the original 150 pieces. Don’t go losing special glow in the dark marbles as you can’t just buy these in any walk-in store.