Imaginext® Pterodactyl
  • Age: 3-8 years |

    Approx. Retail Price: $18.00

    |Product: W1907

Imagine ...
... a prehistoric dino that flies around with cool tech gear! It’s the pterodactyl, and he’s firing up his jet boosters for an action-packed flight. With a wing span of up to 18 inches, he can soar to great heights. Or kids can pull his tail for claw grabbing action. Imaginext®—it’s a new adventure every time you play! Includes pterodactyl, figure, jet pack, dino helmet, figure helmet, two projectiles, rock and axe. All gear is removable for classic dino play.

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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice toy, inaccurate description My 5 year old daughter is a dinosaur fanatic. She has watched almost every documentary made on the prehistoric beasts. She eats, breathes, and lives dinosaurs. If she is awake, she is most likely talking to someone about dinosaurs or learning more about them. She has been using her Christmas and birthday money to buy the large Imaginext line (she has the Mega Apatosaurus and the Mega T-Rex, and today bought the Pterodactyl). She absolutely loves these toys (though she does take the accessories off and just plays with the dinosaurs). They are very sturdy, durable and made exceptionally well. We have no problems with the toys and recommend them to everyone. She has a complaint about the accuracy of the Pterodactyl, however. The tail. It's too long. And she believes this toy resembles a Quetzalcoaltus and is mislabeled. More importantly, your website lists the Pterodactyl as "...a prehistoric dino that flies around with cool tech gear!" I should have filtered that when I read the description, but I had a momentary lapse in thought. Pterosaurs (the family that Pterodactyls fall into) are actually not dinosaurs. They are flying reptiles that lived at the same time as dinosaurs. She just wanted me to clear that up for you. Thank you all so much for continuing to be a fantastic toy producer. February 16, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bad Design My son likes the dinosaurs. He plays with them but we cannot get the accessories to stay on. Most times he...or I....get frustrated and end up just taking the accessories away and just playing with the dinos. With this one, the toy does not stand so it is constantly on it's side or back. Also, the wings rub the launchers and inadvertently launch the missle. You have to watch out for this as it may be right when your child is looking at it. Bad Design all around although I have to say that the seat accessory does stay on better for this dino. May 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Needs a little more articulation The legs don't move. The talons open and close by moving the tail, but the legs themselves don't move. That makes it hard for the dinosaur to stand because of the legs default (only) position. You can balance him using his tail (like a tripod), but he gets knocked down easily. My only other complaint is that the techno-pack doesn't lock in place (as other reviewers have mentioned). The "driver" does lock in place (more or less) to the harness itself, but the harness simply slips onto the dino, but doesn't lock in place or snap together to secure it. The Raptor has a similar problem, but due to the Raptor's posture, it's less noticeable. The pterodactyl's posture is more vertical, making the loose harness more flimsy, resulting in the dinosaur slipping out when held by the harness and used in normal play. The harness simply needs to be reworked to include a "snap" or something to secure it, and the dino itself needs to have moveable legs or some way to help it stand up. If those things are changed the toy would be perfect. January 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by doesn't keep balance Great toy shame it doesnt stand up as it is top heavy. i have noo issues with the gear, and the kids enjoy it January 1, 2012
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