Reddit mentions: The best play vehicles

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u/emotional_drake · 6 pointsr/Flipping
  1. Sucks when you see people enter Walgreens and leave with like $500 in stuff. Sometimes you walk in to 2-3 Walgreens, and you leave with nothing. Stuff like that gets me riled up, but I've learned to just deal with it and move on cause I'll probably find something in the next store.
  2. I set KEEPA notifications on Amazon. That tells me when a price drops. Check it out at
  3. I qualified for beauty and health and beauty so far. They required invoices, but I asked to use receipts. The person that helped me said that was fine. I'd ask to use receipts, don't just assume you're allowed to send them in.
  4. YOU KNOW, lately, I've gotten really, really good at sourcing, so I know exactly WHAT to buy when I go out. Some stuff I'm buying lately isn't even clearance or sale items. They're just discontinued or highly priced items. My business model is to go deep on an item.
  5. I use a separate room. I don't have any products for FBA right now that i'm sending out, but hope to spend at least 5k this weekend. As far as MF, I like to MF stuff that is small. So all of the MF stuff is actually in my closet. (Toothpaste, health and beauty products, etc.)
  6. Watch commercials, check the "Movers and Shakers" area, ask kids, find out what kids are playing with. Toys is easy and profitable. But I make more money moving aaway from TOys now.
  7. EVERYONE should have camelcamelcamel, the tracktor, keepa, amazon's movers and shakers bookmarked.

    EDIT: KEEPA NOTIFICATIONS are so important. THey have helped me. Let me give you an example. THis product:

    I made a lot of money off of. I first saw it in the Amazon "movers and shakers" page. HEre is the link to the price changes: It was being sold for $12 at Walmart! I went to 30 Walmarts in a weekend and picked them ALL up! There must have been about 7 products that were profitable for the PAW PATROL series. I managed to spend about 3k in 2 days and sold EVERYTHING in a week because the ranking was so good. You see how KEEPA is telling you that when AZ is in stock it's only $12.49? Well when it's OUT OF STOCK it was going for $25-30. Now imagine 7 items within the PAW PATROL series that are inflated that high? THAT ONE IS STILL GOING FOR DOUBLE THE MONEY, but they are almost impossible to find in stores now.

    Holy shit, these paw patrol stoys are still inflated about after a month I sold them:


    EDIT: Getting so many haters messaging me why I'm putting this public. I can do whatever I want. People have been profiting from these things for like 2 MONTHS now. They're still profitable. Deals are everywhere, my friends. This is just one deal of thousands that are out there.
u/allgoaton · 9 pointsr/Parenting

Preschool teacher here!

Expensive STEM stuff -- I've worked with all of them. If I had to get one, I'd probably do Osmo.

Bee bots

Dot and Dash




Other Manipulatives and Toys:

Reptangles - I found these at Savers and my students are super in to them right now.

Snap Circuits

Ikea Cars (not really stem but fun and high quality)

Mobilos -- can create cars but also so many other things

Marble runs of any style

"Pattern Play" Blocks -- We have these but I don't have the instructions, but kids still end up making fun designs out of them!

BIG Waffle Blocks

Architectural blocks sets -- for example


I have a major soft spot for board games (and related) at this age. Here are a few I love.

Animal Upon Animal

The Little Orchard

Count Your Chickens

Snug as a Bug in a Rug

Snail's Pace Race

Rivers, Roads, and Rails


Ultimately, though, your focus should be on having fun! Your 3 year old does not need to be reading and writing or doing basic math. He should be learning to play cooperatively, self regulate, and be independent. I would focus on language skills and his ability to communicate effectively and understand directions. I teach Pre-K (currently 5 year olds about to go into Kindergarten) and I do not care at all whether they can write their names or do simple math.

u/LadyMeimorie · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Thanks so much! Just wanted to make sure. Also, your story is so beautiful, I teared up a bit! What a lovely family you have! <3


Kay (7) loves singing. She's believes she's a princess, & can sing to solve any problem. lol She sings Frozen songs at least a couple of times a week, since 2015! At this point, everyone in the house knows every word to every song. xD She really wants a karaoke machine.


Eugene (6) is recently getting into video games, particularly Minecraft. He's also loved cars since he was little(r). He has a bunch of little Hot Wheels that we got from the dollar store, & he'd be so excited to get a track for his cars.


Little Lizzie (4) is obsessed with Minnie Mouse. When we asked her what she wanted for Christmas, she said "Minnie." Then we asked if there was anything else she wanted. She said "Pink Minnie." lol She also loves to play with my old play food from when I was a kid. She would be thrilled with this Minnie Mouse play kitchen.

u/MactionG · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Most importantly: you are a great mother. You are not only caring for your child, but you are making personal sacrifices so he gets the best possible food and care. Go mama!

Maybe you could always set up an Amazon wish list? There's still a few hours to choose next-day shipping on Prime items and have them arrive tomorrow. My son liked these toys a lot a that age, since you asked for suggestions: Toy Car, Book, Rattle, Tummy-time Mat

And Mister Michael is adorable.

u/fadingfastsd · 1 pointr/radiocontrol

I learned to fly on my own, with some input from my uncle who is an expert RC pilot, and alot of online research. First, I would recommend getting a decent transmitter and not cheaping out, for reliability, features, and to have one that will carry over to future planes. I have the Spektrum DX6i for about $140. You can find them at most hobby shops, or Amazon, eBay, etc. You can use this transmitter with a mono 1/8" cable to plug into your sound card, and use the free simulator [FMS] ( along with a program called Smart Propo Plus to practice flying for free. For your first plane, I would start with the Hobbyzone Super Cub. It's a nice prop plane with no ailerons, which makes it very easy to learn takeoff and landing techniques. It handles well, parts are readily available and cheap. It is also very durable and will handle rough crashes well. This version is Bind & Fly. This means there is easy assembly, and you simply install a jumper to automatically bind the receiver to your transmitter. Let me know if this helps, I can write more details about how I started learning to actually fly.

u/unitool · 2 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Hi, I ordered a few things from your lists just now. Should be there soon.

Hawkwell Kids Classic Ankle Boot(Toddler/Little Kid),Tan PU,9 M US

DREAM PAIRS Toddler Maple Black Red Knee High Winter Snow Boots Size 9 M US Toddler

DREAM PAIRS Toddler Klove Grey Pu Faux Fur Lined Mid Calf Winter Snow Boots Size 10 M US Toddler

Nova Mountain Little Kid's Winter Snow Boots,NF NFWBN820 Purple 10

Peaceable Kingdom Mermaid Island Award Winning Cooperative Game of Adventure for Kids

PAW Patrol - Ultimate Rescue Fire Truck with Extendable 2 Foot Tall Ladder, Ages 3 and Up
Nerf N-Strike Elite Strongarm Blaster

Barbie Made to Move Barbie Doll, Pink Top (Amazon Exclusive)

Prextex Pretend Play Electronic Toy Cash Register with Mic Speaker and Play Money Included for Kids

LilPals Princess Karaoke -Children's Toy Stand Up Microphone Play Set w/ Built-In MP3 Player, Speaker, Adjustable Height (Pink)

M SANMERSEN Piano Keyboard for Girls, Keyboar Piano 37 Keys Multifunction Portable Piano Electronic Keyboard Music Instrument for Kids 2-6 Year Old Girl Toys Girls Gifts Age 2-6 for Girls(Pink)

ALEX Spa DIY Bath Bombs

u/magicbookwerm · 1 pointr/SantasLittleHelpers

Just wanted to update our post!!! A secret Santa has gifted each Helena and Tanner with 1 gift each from their Amazon Christmas Wishlist!

Helena received:


Tanner received:


While there is no indication of the sender. True Christmas gifts from Santa! Thank you very much, and you are truly loved and appreciated!

Helena: Amazon List - Received 1

Tanner: Amazon List - Recieved 1

Thank you so much!

u/kirks4 · 1 pointr/arduino

I think you're on the right track. If I were to build it (and I'm no expert by any means), rather than using a knock sensor I would put a simple button switch on the front of the car to switch the motor - that way you ensure it makes contact with the wall rather than a "false knock" while it's traveling.

As far as going back to the point of origin, based on your original question of recording the distance, a stepper motor would give you precise control over revolutions and allow you to count with great accuracy how many revolutions it took to reach the wall. Given that there is a red circle for origin and second stopping point, I would use the color sensor to return to origin, ultimately saving money on not having to buy the more expensive stepper motors versus a simpler servo that you can just tell to "go until stopped".

As far as materials, you're correct with what you need. I don't know what the requirements for the project are, but your best bet might be to buy an inexpensive remote control car (I just took apart this specific RC truck to use as a rock tumbler. It has two 5v DC motors and the front wheels are "locked" so the car wouldn't turn on you. It takes 4 AA batteries, giving you 6v to power your arduino which is enough for this project)- with that you get a

  • Body frame to house your components
  • DC motor
  • gear box
  • wheels
  • battery housing

    Remove the shell of the car, gut out the existing circuit board and toss on an arduino nano, wire the motor(s) to the arduino, wire and mount the color sensor to the bottom of the car (instructions), mount a switch to the front of the car, then start sketching.

    edit: formatting

    second edit: I was just thinking about this again - regardless of if you go with a knock sensor or switch, you'll want to power the motors with a single AA battery. They're made to spin pretty fast (not sure of the specific RPM's), so you really need to get them to slow down so the vehicle doesn't travel so fast that is "bounces" when it hits the wall. This would have the potential to knock it off course for the reverse travel.

    Speaking of reverse travel, I forgot to add the part about reversing the polarity to the motor. You'll need to switch the negative and positive lines to make the DC motor spin the opposite direction. The cheapest way that I can think of to accomplish this would be to add some transistors to the lines so you can switch (+) and (-). It'll take a couple of additional pins on the arduino, but you have them to spare.

    third edit: Or you could use a relay - I did this on a past project. Get two NO relays and have the normal conditions grounded with power running to the closed positions, then have the DC motor connected to the common pins of the relay. One side of the coil should be connected to ground with the other side connected to a pin on the arduino. When you set a pin to HIGH, it'll flip that relay to (+) and the car will move forward. Set that pin to LOW and the other pin to HIGH and the car will drive in reverse. Here's what I'm talking about (sorry it's so crude, I should be working right now :) ).

    fourth edit: I was talking to some people here at work and they asked why not just use an h-bridge for switching the motor direction. Again, not an expert, but most h-bridges switch 4.5v and higher which is more than you'd want to send to most RC motors unless they are low RPM motors to begin with. RC's are meant to go relatively fast, so the motors might be upwards of 6500 RPM with just a couple of reducing gears in the gear box.
u/Syrawr95 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This isn't really helpful for organising all your stuff, but this sure would be handy for bath time xD I know it can be difficult to control the hoard of bath toys gathered for the little ones!

I hope you're enjoying your new house lovely! Oh and futz!

u/meanttolive · 1 pointr/Gifts

Mom: gift card to Michael's or a nearby crafts store, or maybe some beads and string for her to create some jewelry?

Pops: remote controlled helicopter

Sister: Apples to Apples, Cards Against Humanity, Shot Glass Roulette Drinking Game or some similar entertainment piece.

BIL: Microbrew kit? Check out for really obscure stuff.

Friend's daughter: Doodle track car, Moon in my Room or Inanimate Stickers. Little kids typically like stickers, drawing and toys so anything that's easy cleanup for parents would likely be a real winner.

u/USS-SpongeBob · 1 pointr/Wetshaving

Azzaro Wanted

Opening: sweet sweet lemonade with some subtle, creamy, lavender undertones.

Drydown: sweet vanilla tonka bean with spicy-woody hints of cardamom and juniper.

Entirely inoffensive. Decent choice if you're looking for a sweet tonka cologne with a sweet bottle. Doesn't get me excited the way that my favorite fragrances do so I likely wouldn't wear it very often. Probably won't be spending my own money on it.

u/angryherbivore · 6 pointsr/beyondthebump

We did Santa pics with my 6 month old last year. SO CUTE.

My kid turned one a few months ago, and he got a ton of toys from friends and family. My suggestion would be to pick one thing that you know your kid will really love, and get her that. If you have family, there will be no shortage of presents for her.

My kid really loved his ball popper, his drum set, and anything that makes music.

u/readermom123 · 2 pointsr/Parenting

My son was (still is) certifiably obsessed with cars, like the makes and models you see driving down the road. He wasn't as into these two engines as I expected but they were still cute high quality toys:

Theo Klein Service Car Station

Build Your Own Engine Kit

Not engines, but we also got a lot of miles out those take apart type toys that come with their own drills as well as Auotomoblox.

These books are for much older kids, but they're awesome:

How Cars Work: The Interactive Guide

Car Science

u/WalkTheMoons · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

There's a metal detecting toy car out. It does the same thing, plus car!

I'm a special needs mom too, so you're in good hands and welcome here! Merry Christmas :-)

u/LeperFriend · 1 pointr/firefly

It's actually this one Serenity Ornament

And I love it, it's a great little piece

u/lives_at_beryl_st · 1 pointr/toys

I bought one of these today :)

Thanks for linking me yours too. Those are nice too.

u/Kittehhhhhh · 2 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Baby Dolls

u/Armins-Copy-Of-Swank · 12 pointsr/3Dprinting

STL is from u/WaltRitt and uploaded at

I use Hycote Filler Primer but am open to suggestions for better alternatives.

Plasto is made by Revell and I believe is an alternative to Bondo, which we can't seem to get here in the UK.

Epoxy is Gorilla Epoxy

The wood was an old Scrabble tile I found which happened to have the same thickness so I just cut to size with a sharp craft knife.

u/LH508 · 3 pointsr/HotWheels

If you're looking for organization, try a pegboard with pegs. You could also try a display case. I got mine off of Amazon for about $38 plus $14 shipping. The quality isn't amazing, but it looks nice. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post links, but here is the display case I have.

u/dustinian · 2 pointsr/starfinder_rpg

There are several very cheap solutions on Amazon.

u/canuslide · 1 pointr/HotWheels

Mascar Pro Hotwheels Matchbox 1/64 Scale Display case Black with Clear Snap-On Dust Cover for up to 52 Cars

u/Searyb · 1 pointr/anime

What kind of trucks got covered in the movie? Big fan of tonka trucks so just wondering if I should check it out.

u/hojo_the_donkey · 2 pointsr/firefly

They were all purchased on Amazon back in 2009.


Serenity in disguise

Reaver Ship

u/vtecfan · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Any modellers putty / filler would be ok, thin enough to mask the lines, similar to this

It’s used to get rid of seams on airfix kits etc

u/Emotional_Nebula · 3 pointsr/autism

Look into this line of toys - I've heard good things on the parenting subreddit:

Also consider a marble run with pieces she can put together herself. She may be a little young, but take a look at Snap Circuits too.

u/HomeBrewThis · 1 pointr/NoMansSkyTheGame

Here is a bunch of small diverse spaceship models I found on Amazon. I've begun painting them as minis, but they remind me a lot of NMS designs.