|Number of Pieces||84|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||2 February 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||4 - 10 years|
|Item model number||5810|
|Product Dimensions||50 x 12.5 x 40 cm; 1.73 Kilograms|
PLAYMOBIL 5810 Pirate Corsair
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- Set sail on the seven seas in your Playmobil Pirate Corsair
- This pirate ship features adjustable rigging and sails that actually move
- Grab your pirate crew to help you pillage and plunder and bring home a chest full of treasure
- Raise the anchor, tighten the ropes, and man the wheel
- It’s time to set sail
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Ahoy Matey! Set sail on the seven seas in your Playmobil Pirate Corsair. This pirate ship features adjustable rigging and sails that actually move! Grab your pirate crew to help you pillage and plunder and bring home a chest full of treasure. This floating Pirate Corsair is the perfect water toy, and is great for bath time or the pool. If you don’t want to wait to get wet, attach the included wheels to the bottom and make anywhere your ocean. Time to man the cannons! The working spring loaded cannon shoots the included cannonball darts at enemy ships. Your Pirate Corsair even comes with a grappling hook and weapons for the crew for when you board the enemy ship. Includes (1) Playmobile Pirate Corsair ship with: 3 pirates, 2 swords, 2 pistols, cannon, 2 cannon balls, grappling hook, and chest with treasure. Ship compatible with Playmobil 7350 Underwater Motor. Pirate figures measure 3 inches tall. Assembly required.
Since 1974, the toy system PLAYMOBIL created by Hans Beck has become a classic of children’s playrooms, with its many different play worlds – from a pirate ship to a children‘s hospital. About 3 billion of the beloved play figures with the characteristic smile have been produced since then and delight children all over the world. Around 40 different play themes are distributed in approx. 100 countries worldwide.
The unique playing principle stimulates imagination and creativity and thus promotes child development: With PLAYMOBIL, children can not only slip into many different roles, but also recreate and experience the world in miniature. With multiple talents, these cheery figures successfully overcome all kinds of challenges – as knights or pirates in historical scenarios, as construction workers, vets and police officers today, or as secret agents in virtual worlds.
The creative people at PLAYMOBIL are constantly coming up with new ideas and additions to bring long-lasting fun to children everywhere.
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– Most importantly, my 3 year old son loves this ship. I bought it for him, so that's all that really matters. I think it looks awful, but that's great because I won't get too upset when the sails inevitably rip apart.
– The big treasure chest is really cool
– The hull is really heavy and satisfying to hold. It makes this feel like a very premium product (until you pull out the sails…)
– Those little circles all over the ship are for holding the guys (klickies) in place, which comes in handy (especially given the poop deck is slanted so much they can't stand on it without aid)
– There's a secret compartment at the back of the ship that's perfect for holding extra weapons for mutineers
– The cargo hold is a good size and is a fun place to store things
– The cannon is perfect for both kids and adults. The cannonballs are attached to bright orange darts, which make them easy to keep track of. (If you've ever seen a kid play with Lego cannons, you'll understand just how important this is!) The cannonballs have a good amount of weight to them so they're capable of knocking down several klickies at once. The rubber tips are also nice because these don't bounce like crazy like Lego cannonballs. The rubber absorbs much of the impact, and they fall close to the target.
– The anchor is a fun feature and the capstan turns with a very satisfying click.
– There's a nice variety in the klickies here. There's a simple green-shirted sailor that could fit just as well into a castle display once you change his hat. Except for the eyepatch, there's nothing about the captain that screams "pirate," so you could use him in a variety of nautical scenes. Then there's a third pirate, which is more ornate than the rest, which just adds the right touch of variety to the figures here.
– The biggest issue I have with this set is that the sails are made of plain paper. They're not even covered in wax like the sails in the newer sets. They're just card stock, and they would just fall apart if you put the ship in water like the box suggests.
– The strings attaching the foresail are very complicated for a toy geared toward such a young audience. I used the knot they suggest in the instructions, and it's always coming undone while my son plays with it. The strings are a bit short, and it pulls the sail all the way back to the rigging.
– The jib isn't really long enough to be attached to the mast. It's possible, but you have to stretch it SUPER tight, which makes it even more likely that this paper sail will be ripped.
– To me, as an adult, the ship just looks goofy compared to something like the 5683 Soldiers' Patrol Boat, which has more natural colors, and its deck has a lot more depth. But, like I said, my son loves it, and that's what really matters.
– The poop deck is slanted aftward, so the klickies will slide off or fall over unless you secure them.
– It's a little light in the weapons department, especially considering the secret compartment seems to be designed for storing weapons. Besides the cannon, you get two of the smaller style pistols and two gold cutlasses, which isn't really enough to keep the crew properly armed during a battle. It would be nice if the set included a couple muskets.
– This may not apply to everyone buying this, but here's my experience with the shipping. They slapped a label on the retail box and shipped it. It arrived very beat up and the hull was very dirty from being partly exposed during transit. Nothing was broken or missing, but the box wasn't presentable by any means, which you might consider a problem if you're buying this as a gift, you intend to resell, or you just want to keep the box. It also bugged me because anyone driving by my house would have seen this giant Playmobil box at my door step and could have taken it, knowing exactly what it is already. Or if I had bought this as a gift, the kids would have seen it and the surprise would have been spoiled. (I bought it as a reward for my son to do chores, so that wasn't a problem for us either.)