Thomas & Friends DVT12 Adventures Shark Escape Playset – Maqio

Thomas & Friends DVT12 Adventures Shark Escape Playset

£21.99 Regular price £27.99

Product Specifications

  • Ages: 3+
  • Size: 47.0 x 33.0 x 10.0 cm
  • MPN: DVT12
  • Batteries: N/A
  • Weight: 1350 g
  • EAN: 887961374216

Uh oh. It looks like Thomas has got himself into a spot of trouble in the Shark Escape playset! Use Harold to drop Thomas out of the cargo box and down a long flume ramp. From here, Thomas rides the waves over a loop de loop...and right into the path of a fearsome shark! Harold, what have you done?!

Thomas escapes from a gigantic shark by riding the waves... The action of this exhilarating toy is controlled by your kid, who can imagine and act out Thomas' adventures on the raging seas. When Thomas wants to get off the island of Sodor, he boards a box in order for Harold the helicopter to lift him far above the waters and away from the island's inhabitants. When Thomas manages to break free from his container, he embarks on a wild, splashy journey through the waves, directly into the shark's biting jaws. thomas and friends Adventures allows your kid and Thomas to explore the world in which they live via their imaginations.

Thomas & Friends (formerly known as Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends or just Thomas the Tank Engine until series 7; afterwards known as Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!) is a children's television programme created by Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends. is a British children's television programme produced by the Reverend W. Awdry and Britt Allcroft that aired on ITV on 9 October 1984 and ended its run on Channel 5 on 20 January 2021. It was created by the Reverend W. Awdry and Britt Allcroft and first shown on ITV on 9 October 1984. This animated series is based on the Railway Series, which was also written by the Reverend W. Awdry and later his son Christopher, and follows the adventures of Thomas, an anthropomorphised tank engine, on the fictional North Western Railway, which runs through the fictional island of Sodor. Thomas meets fellow engines Edward and Henry, Gordon and James, Percy and Toby, as well as several other anthropomorphised vehicles, all of whom work for the Fat Controller. Thomas generally gets himself into trouble by taking on tasks that should be left to larger and more mature engines, but he never loses up on his dream of becoming a "Really Useful Engine."