Paw Patrol Everest's Rescue Snowmobile Toy

When the Paw Patrol went on a rescue mission up north, they came across a feisty pup named Everest who loved the snow. When Everest and ski lodge manager Jake got to talking, it did not take long for Everest to become part of the Paw Patrol.

Now the Paw Patrol Everest's Rescue Snowmobile gives your child a chance to act out some of Everest's exciting rescues and see what other types of adventures this chilly Paw Patrol pup can get into.



Features of Everest's Rescue Snowmobile

This toy is a very accurate re-creation of the character and vehicle from the Paw Patrol television show. The snow treads move to allow the smooth movement of the vehicle, and the Everest figure fits perfectly in the driver's seat. There is a grappling hook your child can use for rescues, and there are two snowblower exhausts in the back to make removing snow easier.

Because this toy has some smaller parts that could create choking hazards for younger children, the manufacturer recommends the age range for this product to be three to eight years old.

Some small parts can be removed while others remain attached, but parents should heed the age range for the safety of their children.

The current retail time of writing price for this toy is $49.99, which does not take into account sales tax or shipping charges. Parents are urged to ask their favorite online retailer if there are any pricing specials or discounts that will help save money when purchasing this toy.



Detailed Features of the Rescue Snowmobile

The Paw Patrol Everest's Rescue Snowmobile is a handheld toy that offers a few interactive features to help to spur a child's imagination. Those features include:

  • An Everest figure that is separate from the vehicle
  • Snow tracks that move
  • A grappling hook that moves

The idea behind toys like this is to entertain children while keeping the price down for parents. To that end, there are several features that either are lacking in this toy or are only there for show. Those features include:

  • None of the lights actually light up
  • The Everest figure is not posable
  • The grappling hook is not on a rope and does not extend
  • The toy offers no sound effects

These types of toys are perfect for ensemble groups like the Paw Patrol because they allow parents to buy all of the characters for their children without spending a lot of money. The toy is also lined with decorations that are only for show and offer no interactive properties at all.

The Paw Patrol Everest's Rescue Snowmobile arrives ready to go right out of the package. There is no assembly required, and there are no batteries required either. This toy weighs less than one pound, so it is safe for children to play with and easy for parents to put back in the toy box at the end of the day.



Any Products Similar to the Paw Patrol Everest's Rescue Snowmobile and Accessories?

Everest's Rescue Snowmobile is part of a set of products that represent all of the members of the Paw Patrol. If you are looking for accessories to enhance your child's enjoyment of this toy, then consider getting the similar toys for Ryder, Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Zuma, Skye and Rubble.

There is also the Paw Patroller toy available that fits six characters and their vehicles to help the Paw Patrol head off on a far away adventure. You can also get the Look-out Playset and get the Paw Patrol started on a rescue mission in Adventure Bay from their own home base.


For a similar toy that is not part of the show, Super Wings has a fun product called Transforming Dizzy that may be appealing to a Paw Patrol fan.

This is a little pink helicopter named Dizzy that can transform into a two-legged character with a big smile. Dizzy is also part of a set of characters that all transform back and forth between two-legged robots and vehicles. If your child likes rescue toys, then Dizzy can be their companion on plenty of rescues and adventures.

Just a small comparison/back up toy to look into that we figured we through in here since this toy is more of a unique part of the show item.


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