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The Apatosaurus is ready for big adventure and action!
 
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  • The Apatosaurus is ready for big adventure and action!
  • Turn figure on disk to launch gliders!
  • Multiple control stations for figures.
  • Removable gear for classic dino play!
  • Includes apatosaurus with helmet, figure with helmet, and control station pod.
  • Figure fits many places for lots of fun!
  • Turn dial to retract tow hook.
  • Pull down tow hook!
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Fisher-Price 63178
Imaginext® Apatosaurus
Product #: W2606
Ages: 3-8 years
$23.00 Sale Price $15.00  
Imagine ...
... a prehistoric dino, with cool tech gear! The Apatosaurus is ready for big adventure and action. Just strap on his control station and turn the figure in the disk to launch the gliders at the enemy. Or pull down the tow hook for dino-size rescues! Imaginext®—it’s a new adventure every time you play! Includes apatosaurus with helmet, figure with helmet, and control station pod. All gear is removable for classic dino play.

Product Ratings and Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by best of the dinosaur collection out of the dinosaur collection this seems the best well made, durable no parts that really will brake, the kids enjoy using him to invade batman January 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome dino I bought this guy since he reminded me of a toy line that was around when I was a younger. I now have a young child of my own and when he is old enough I will enjoy buying him Imaginext products as well. I like the stury dinosaur figure, he has good articulation, sturdy construction, and has an excellent sculpt. The tech gear is very detailed as well, the control panel shows the dinosaur stats, the launching weapons and weapon storage, removable gear, and working wench are great play features The human figure includes the harness/mask accesories is well articulated in the usual way of the Imaginext figures. I didn't like that he doesn't include a hand tool or crystal piece like the smaller sets do and the missiles will fire by themselves if the firing mechanism isn't centerd. August 1, 2011
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