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Modarri – The Ultimate Toy Car Experience REVIEW and GIVEAWAY

Modarri Toy Cars

Modarri – The Ultimate Toy Car Experience

Modarri has the combination of a patented steering system, real suspension, tight turning radius, and finger sized bucket seat, you can actually drive them like no other car. You can literally feel the road.  You can even finger drive with one finger in the seat, whip the car in tight figure 8s, do slalom racing, spin in a circle, make your own course and do time trials, drive over obstacles, With 2 fingers you can drift, do wheelies, jumps, 180 spin outs, invent your own tricks the possibilities are endless.

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Each car comes with a Hex Tool and swivel cap so you can quickly take apart the car. The retained socket head screws won’t get lost. Built cars won’t fall apart like other building systems.  Each car has 12 parts to build quickly without searching for tiny pieces.  Each car has different suspension systems from low and stiff to tall and springy.  The different body parts and frames allow grips and tricks and the tires are super sticky! You can work with any combinations, leave out some parts, and each vehicle will have a unique look, colors and more.  You get to be the auto designer.

Check it out in action:

With THREE PACK (shown above) there are tens of thousands of unique possible car combinations and with all seven cars there are over a hundred million unique combinations!

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These cars are very durable.  My son fell in love with these immediately.  What I love about them is they give him the “model car” experience but in a less stressful setup.  He is autistic and cannot manage a full model car – nor would he have the patience for a model car that he can’t actually play with afterwards.  He would only be able to look at it on a shelf.  Yet, he loves to build things.  He is always building something.  These cars allow him the ability to build, rebuild, redesign these cars (we have the three pack) and then he can actually use them as he pleases.  They are very strong and he can (and does) even throw them in his backpack to take back and forth to school – they survive just fine though many other things do not survive that journey.  If you are looking for the perfect gift for a boy, teen or even dad – this is your gift!  Modarri cars are designed for kids aged 8 and up.

Each car retails for $19.95 and a three pack retails for $49.95.

Thoughtfull Toys, a new company launched by longtime toy pros who have worked on dozens of successful toys and product lines, has launched its first toy line, Modarri toy cars.  After securing over 300% of funds sought during a successful KickStarter campaign, Modarri launched at Toy Fair in February, and now the modular car line is hitting retail stores. Modarri was recognized by Popular Science magazine as one the Best Toys of Toy Fair!

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One lucky The Stuff of Success reader will win a Modarri Car of Choice.  The prize will be sent directly to the winner from the sponsor. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping.  The giveaway will run until 11/10/2014 at 11:59pm EST.  The winner will be chosen randomly via Giveaway Tools and will be announced on the Giveaway Tool Widget.  Any taxes or other charges that may be part of the prize are the winner’s sole responsibility.  The giveaway is open to United States residents only.  You must be over 18 years of age and you guarantee that you are eligible by entering.  We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway.  No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.

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