PlaSmart PlasmaCar – Fun for the whole family! #HolidayGiftGuide #Giveaway

IMG_6343Raise your hand if your Christmas morning usually consists of the mad dash to find batteries for all those new toys? Or hunting for the screw driver to start assembling toys that need to be opened RIGHT NOW, only to discover you need an hour (uninterrupted) to put them together. Yep, that is my house on Christmas morning in a nutshell. This year we wanted to focus more on engaging toys that promoted imagination and physical activity.

Introducing, one of our absolute favorite items on our Holiday Gift Guide, the PlaSmart Plasma Car. With no need for batteries, gears, or pedals, PlasmaCar uses the natural force of inertia to power this award winning car! The original PlasmaCar is celebrating 10 fun years and counting, having won countless awards for being innovative, it was at the top of our Holiday Gift Guide list.

Assembling the PlasmaCar took me less than 10 minutes from start to finish, I didn’t have a wooden mallet so I made do with what I had – a small hammer with a block of wood to protect the plastic. I loved that it was literally as easy as popping the wheels on and adjusting the steering wheel. Easy, peasy!

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Once I had this bad boy put together and snuck it into our living room, Alivia couldn’t resist hopping on for a ride! We have seen PlasmaCar’s in a few local stores and I have to physically pry her off the car to get her out of the store, she loves that she doesn’t need to use her feet to pedal, or worry about falling off. She just needs to lift her feet and turn the wheel and she’s off! It was exciting for both mom & dad to watch her sit down, start to push off with her feet and realize that if she wiggles the steering wheel she could go faster, she was very animated that she was doing it all by herself!

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We have a bit of a chicken when it comes to trying new things, she’s a fun kid and loves what she knows, but she’s always afraid she is going to fall or hurt herself and we were excited to see her gravitate towards a toy so quickly and not ask us for help! The car is lightweight, easily transportable to different parts of the house and replaces the need for other ride-on toys.

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PlasmaCar is innovative in the sense that it is completely battery, gear and pedal free. Every part of the car is powered by the 5 wheels underneath, your child not only controls their direction with the steering wheel, they also control the speed depending on how quickly they move the wheel. Oh.. the weight limit is also 220lbs, so you better bet that I was riding on it around the house to, I have to give an honest review right? I wanted to have fun too.

The car can reach speeds of 10km (6 miles) provided you have a smooth, flat surface and nerves of steel! We had so much fun zipping around the living room with our PlasmaCar. We even invited Breton over to try out the car from a little boy’s perspective and suffice to say, it is littles approved. Recommended for ages 3+, it’s a fantastic way to help your children gain confidence as they buzz around the house at their own speed, controlling everything from the tips of their fingers! Keep in mind, PlasmaCar isn’t recommended for usage on wood floors, the wheels can damage the flooring. My floors are already a bit beat up so we just let her use it in the living room!

We especially love that it promotes physical activity and keeps the kids moving (and wheeling!).

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119 Comments


    1. I love these. It would be so much fun for my boys. Also the Squashed game on the website looks like it would be fun for my older boy. 🙂

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  1. Sorry my last comment got attached to another persons comment. (My iPad has a lag time on this page and I responded in error). I would still like to enter though. My boys would love a plasma car. I also like the squashed game too. Cheers! 🙂

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  2. The Smart Mat for me as well. Kids would love it

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  3. Olivia would love this and the gelli baff

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  4. Totally curious about the game Squashed!

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  5. We have used one at a friends house and Jaxson loves it!!

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  6. Oh and the plasmabike is pretty cool too, it looks like an easier version of a balance bike

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  7. The OgoSport Disks look like a lot of fun for outside play!

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  8. I’ve seen these for a while, but didn’t know anyone who has tried it. Now I want one for our 3 year old.

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  9. The Smart Mat would be awesome for us!

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  10. Drop Shot is another great toy that caught my eye

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  11. The smart mats are really cool too!

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  12. The PlasmaBike 🙂
    Thank you for the chance! These are so cool!

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  13. I found the original Doodle Art on the PlaSmart Toys page – cool!

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  14. The carpet skates look like FUN!

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  15. the carpet glidder skates oppps its fun slide carpet skates (which I can’t even say outloud properly lol)

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  16. I think the plasmabike looks pretty neat.

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  17. The fun slides carpet skates look interesting.

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  18. The OgoSport discs look good to me.

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  19. I would love to win one of these for my Niece <3

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  20. another toy that catches my eye is the original doodle art

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  21. The plasmabike looks like fun for my boys!

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  22. I like Hiccups the Challenging hand-held puzzle

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  23. squashed looks like it would be fun

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  24. Another toy that catches my eye is the Smart Mat 🙂

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  25. Threadz definitely caught my eye. My little cousins are very crafty.

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  26. Oh my goodness my kids would be all over this!!

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  27. I like the Plasma Bike for little ones

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  28. The carpet skates are so cool! The kids would love them!

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  29. I like the SmartMat, but also Drop Shot

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  30. The smart mat looks interesting

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  31. I would also like the Squashed Game.

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  32. Gelli baff my son would have a. Last with this

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  33. I love the wonky wheels, that looks like it would be so much fun!

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  34. carpet skates soup EPIC … are you kidding me? so cool!

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  35. I like the “jokes on you” assortment. Reminds me of my childhood.

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  36. The OgoBallooza looks fun!

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  37. plasma bike would be the best gift for granddaughter

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  38. i thihnk i want to see the carpet skates in at ion

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  39. I also like the Scribble Down product

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  40. I like the scribble down activity packs.

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  41. I like the Plasma Bike. My grandson would have fun on this.

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  42. The plasma bike would be awesome!

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  43. I thought the plasmabike looked neat, especially since its right around the age of my son. He’d have fun on it

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  44. The Plasma Bike looks neat as well.

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  45. The PlasmaBike really catches my eye – I would love a balance bike like that for my little one!

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  46. The plasma bike looks really cool too.

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  47. We are big fans of the Plasmacar!

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  48. PlasmaBike for sure – I’ve had my eyes on it for a while now 🙂

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  49. I really like the Scribble Down pads and the Squashed game.

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  50. Such a great selection. Love the original doodle art but the plasma bike is the winner

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  51. Monky wheel finger cars

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  52. I would love to get my daughter and I the Butterflies Doodle Art!

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  53. The plasma bike looks like a great toy.

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  54. I love the carpet skates – they look like so much fun!

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  55. I love the carpet skates!

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  56. My kids would love the scribble down!

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  57. would be great for nieces and nephews!

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  58. I like the Scribble Down transfer packs.

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  59. The fun slides look neat!

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  60. I like their Original Doodle art color it yourself posters

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  61. I’d like to get the Plasma Bike for my grandson but I think he needs to be a little bit older for it. I see the Plasma Car fitting him perfectly for now.

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  62. I also like the Drop Shot, looks like fun.

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  63. Thank you for the great giveaway you are so awesome and incredible. I would love to win this amazing PlasmaCar!

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  64. The Smart Mat caught my eye. My son would love it!

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  65. My niece would love the hiccups the Challenging hand-held puzzle.

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  66. The Smart Mat also caught my eye.

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  67. I just love reading your reviews they are so complete and thorough ty for all the input

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  68. Shortly after your giveaway ended, I purchased a plasma car for my girl. She is completely hooked on riding around. Such a great way to keep active! Some nights she’s just worn out lol.

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  69. These were on display at Chapters when I worked there about five years ago – and yes many adults had fun on them too! 😉

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