Pure Energy, Pure Fun PlasmaCar, Win IT

Are your kids the imaginary play and or full of energy type of play kids? Mine are in every sense, if you give them toys that require their own minds and energy they are off and running, literally. I was seeking more toys for my kids to enjoy outside for play time since they are growing up so fast. I found the PlasmaCar.

The PlasmaCar is one fun ride! The “car” requires no battery power, plugs, just the inertia and energy or your own body and movement to really get cooking. But before the ride, some assembly is required.

But as you can see…the assembly is ever so simple. The wheels, the steering wheel, the steering wheel cap and a hex key to tighten down the nut and bolt on the steering wheel. I would suggest a rubber mallet as the instructions indicate for seating the front wheels and the steering wheel into place.

Once you have taken the short amount of time required to assemble your kids will be off and riding! To “power” the PlasmaCar all your kids have to do is grab the steering wheel at the most narrow location, while seated of course, and turn the wheel from side to side in a swift motion. Just think of how you see people on TV pretending to drive a car, same concept. This action coupled with inertia, centrifugal force, and gravity can really get this toy on the go! Just look at all the fun the kids were having:

Even more important than the fun is how SAFE the toy is to use by the kids (and adults, safe up to 220lbs of ride on fun). The PlasmaCar was recognized for the following safety standards: European Safety Toy Standard and American Society for Testing and Materials. A truly tough and rugged construction that allows for riders to take on even rough surface rides.  If you think the PlasmaCar is awesome you should check out the entire toy line from PlaSmart Toys! The toys are interactive fun based on your child, no batteries required, just brain power.
PlasmaCar Pure Energy Pure Fun from Karie Herring on Vimeo.
You can keep up on all the latest reviews and product offerings with Pla Smart Toys by subscribing to their blog and even see your own review featured as well as other bloggers and promotional publications. Or if you are a completely networked individual, fan on Facebook or follow on Twitter to keep up with all your latest updates and news about Pla Smart Toys!
An even better reason to fan and follow Pla Smart Toys is you can win your very own PlasmaCar for your kids to motor around, or you can motor around yourself! To enter to win, visit the Pla Smart Toys website and come back and tell me what other toy you would like to try (USA or CAN toys) and why! (Please do this first before any other entries will be counted, be sure to leave your email addy as well to assist in claiming your winnings.)
Extra Entries:
  • Fan and or follow Pla Smart on Facebook and Twitter (Worth 2 entries for doing both!)
  • Follow my blog or tell me you already do
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  • Tweet this giveaway, available daily tweet entries: A giveaway of pure fun with @KariewithaK and @PlaSmart Ends 2/2  http://bit.ly/7M1c9i
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CONTEST ENDS FEBRUARY 2ND
@ 11:59PM ARIZONA TIME

Best of luck!
*The Five Fish received a PlasmaCar in exchange for this review. Product receipt did not in any way influence personal opinion of product received and tested.

482 Replies to “Pure Energy, Pure Fun PlasmaCar, Win IT”

  1. I would pick the 20 questions game. I am always looking for small games that I can play at work and I think that sounds like something fun. My email is Royal(at)AFewFriesShort(dot)com

  2. OK (html not accepted lol), I (cross that out) My girls want a butterfly mobile in their playroom so I would choose that as my 2nd favorite item on Pla Smart's site. Seriously though, the car rocks! We got one for the girls this year for Christmas and they just love, love, love it! I would totally gift it to someone I currently know who is having a little bit of tough times. Awesome prize Mama Fish!

  3. I love the idea of the Yummy Dough! An edible clay? the girls would be in Heaven they love playing with Playdough and that god aweful moon sand! What a great way to promote creativity!

  4. cdziuba@aol.com Our granddaughter LOVES the ocean, so I like this: Under the Sea Activity Kit
    Includes: 8 reusable stencils, over 2,000 pieces of Paper'oni, 2 mini-glue bowls, 2 bottles of glue, 7 sets of googley stick on eyes, 8 pieces of double-sided tape, 8 magnets, 1 tweezer, 4 pieces of ribbon.

  5. I wished that I lived in Canada…because I really like the OgoSport. My son would love it. Thanks for the chance. bekki1820cb at gmail

  6. I also like the Face-Off Frenzy PowerBand Hockey. I could see my boys having fun with this.

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

  7. The train of the Rubbabu set looks like something that would go over big with the little ones in my life.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  8. The Yummy Dough is an interesting product. I am always trying to keep my 2 year old from eating play doh, so he would really enjoy this.

  9. I would like to try the Helicopter Kit I-Gami because it would teach my kid creativity and motor skills, plus it looks awesome! yyeres(at)gmail(Dot)com

  10. I don't know why my first comment didn't show, so here it is again;{ {sorry}

    My son would love to try the Paper'oni Cute Pets Activity Kit;} Me too!

  11. Rubbabu,soft and squishy, helps improve motor skills while they have fun playing.
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

  12. #1 fan of Pla Smart on facebook as ethel o. and also following them on twitter as luv_to_save
    luvtosave at gmail.com

  13. #2 fan of Pla Smart on facebook as ethel o. and also following them on twitter as luv_to_save
    luvtosave at gmail.com

  14. I like a few of their other toys. Rubbabu and a Wall Decor Doodler, that I can't find the official name of.

  15. I would like to get their Rubbabu balls. They would be good for the baby because they help with dexterity, problem-solving and reasoning skills, hand/eye coordination, color, shape, size identification

  16. I would also love to try the Pla Smart Carpet Skates.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com

  17. I'd pick the yummy dough. I think all kids, at some point, taste PlayDoh. Why not have something like it they could actually eat? My son would love it! Thanks!

  18. We rode a Plasma car at Target this past summer and it was so fun. We'd love to have one of our own. The Rubbabu balls look fun as well.

  19. I really like the edible dough–that's such a great idea. We love PlayDoh, but this would be even better.

    brandi.westmoreland(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. I follow Pla Smart on Twitter @cezovski
    And on Facebook – Carol Anderson Ezovski
    digicat{at}sbcglobal{dot}net
    Entry #1

  21. I follow Pla Smart on Twitter @cezovski
    And on Facebook – Carol Anderson Ezovski
    digicat{at}sbcglobal{dot}net
    Entry #2

  22. I like the Rubbabu balls. My girls love balls and these look pretty neat. I'm sure they would have a ton of fun playing with them. Thank you!

  23. I'd like to try the Rubbabu Little Vehicles because they look like they'd withstand a lot of playtime without breaking. Thanks for the great contest!

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