Bump-N-Go Bubble Train
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The Bump-N-Go Bubble Train is a fun, entertaining way to demonstrate cause and effect. It also encourages visual attention and helps develops tracking skills.
This train not only blows lots of bubbles, it also spins and reverses direction when it bumps into things. As it chugs along its lights illuminate and bop up and down. It also plays music and makes three different train sounds. And it is switch-adapted to operate with any external activation switch with a 1/8 plug. A bottle of bubble solution is included.
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts.
Requires 3 AA batteries (not included).
Dimensions: 11" Length x 4" Width x 6.25" High
Weight: 1.5 lb
The Bump-N-Go Bubble Train requires 3 AA batteries (not included). We recommend using Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries only. Other types of batteries supply lower voltage and the unit may not perform properly. Do not use rechargeable batteries and never mix old and new or different brands or types of batteries.
The battery compartment is located on the bottom of the toy. Remove the battery cover and install 3 AA batteries, paying attention to battery polarity. Replace the battery cover and secure it with the screw.
Remove the red cap that says “OPEN” on the top of the locomotive. Insert the funnel (included) into the opening. Pour some bubble solution into the funnel. Remove the funnel and replace the cap.
Connect the train to any external capability switch (not included) with a 1/8-inch plug by means of the 1/8-inch jack at the end of the cord on the roof of the locomotive. Be sure there are no gaps between the jack and the plug.
Activate your switch and watch the train chug along. If you deactivate the switch, the train will stop.
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This specialized device has been developed for use by people with disabilities.
It should not be used without prior knowledge and consent of a guardian or professional who is qualified to assess the abilities and limitations of the individual using the device.