PJ Masks Gekko Deluxe Gekko Mobile with Lights and Sounds Vehicle Just P...

The PJ Masks Deluxe Gekko Mobile Vehicle Features:

Swim into action with the PJ masks deluxe Gekko mobile! hear phrases from your favorite hero and see the headlights light up as you slide "into the night to save the day".   roll the Gekko mobile to activate the moving tail and flipping fin action as seen in the show. Vehicle comes with 3" articulated Gekko figure and can accommodate all three PJ masks 3" figures.

- Vehicle headlights light up!

- Features fun sounds and phrases from the show

- Vehicles works with all PJ Masks 3 inch figures

- Vehicles can seat up to 3 figures at once

Collect all three vehicles including Catboy's Cat-Car and Owlette's Owl-Glider for the ultimate PJ Masks experience.

Toys featured were sent for review by our friends from Just Play.

Available at Amazon here:

Just Play PJ Masks Deluxe Gekko Vehicle: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Play-Masks-Deluxe-Vehicle/dp/B01LXMGL6T/?tag=thewanfulworo-20

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PJ Masks figures : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW-ANqN-_VM

PJ Masks is about three 6-year-olds, Connor, Amaya, and Greg, who lead relatively normal lives by day, where they are neighbors, classmates, and friends. However, at night, they put on their pyjamas and become Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko, and fight crime as the superhero team PJ Masks. Together, they go on adventures, defeat villains, solve mysteries, and learn valuable lessons. Catboy has super-hearing using Cat Ears, can leap high and far using Super Cat Jump, and sprints fast using Super Cat Speed.  Gecko can use Super Gekko Camouflage to change colors and blend in with his surroundings, Super Gekko Muscles (aka Super Muscles) to lift heavy things, Super Lizard Grip to climb walls or anchor himself to stop vehicles, and Super Lizard Water Run to walk on water. Owlette is able to see in the dark using Owl Eyes (or Super Owl Eyes) and fly by using Super Owl Wings, which she can also use to launch gusts of air to send opponents flying backward,[8] which she calls her Owl Wing Wind.