Magnext ICoaster 2008 Toy Connects To Apple IPod

Posted: Oct 26 2008, 11:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:39am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Mega Brands landed with Magnext iCoaster the best selling construction toy in 2007. Magnext iCoaster is back in an improved 2008 edition for this holiday season.
The Magnext iCoaster lets you build 10 extreme roller coaster layouts which 15mm magnetic rider balls zip through in crazy speeds.
The plug & play control box features 10 music backgrounds, 10 sensor beats/sound effects, and a jack where you can plug your Apple iPod or other MP3 player in and customize the sounds behind your roller coaster.
The Magnext iCoaster 2008 set contains Magnetic elevator, 10 towers, 10 tower bases, 11 track pieces, 7 stunt pieces, 17 connector pieces, 2 light-up sensors, plug & play control box with speaker, 5 15-millimeter magnetic metallic rider balls, and illustrated instruction booklet.

Amazon.com sells the Magnext iCoaster 2008 for $67.49. You can see a video of the iCoaster on Amazon.com.

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