Herodrive DC Super Friends Vehicle Collection

Herodrive DC Super Friends Vehicle Collection

My eldest has always been a big fan of DC Super Friends and has playsets such as the Arkham AsylumBattle Batcave and his Mobile Command Centre. We have recently been introduced to a brand new DC Super Friends collection for younger fans – The Herodrive range from Funrise.

First up we have the Herodrive Bat Racer £24.99. The Bat Racer is perfect for little hands. It is very chunky, lightweight and has some fun features. If you press the Batman logo button on the bonnet, it will activate lights, a revving engine sound and music.

DC Herodrive Bat Racer with lights.
Herodrive Bat Racer Batman toy car.

If you pull back on the bat cowl on top, wings will flip out from the sides and the Bat Racer will go into race mode. Push it gently and it will move along with the cape flapping as it goes.
Herodrive Bat Racer toy batman car with wings.Herodrive Mash Machines £7.99

These cool little Mash Machines are a cross between your favourite DC Super Friends and rescue vehicles. Joben has the Superman fire engine and Batman police car. They are all fun and colourful with lights and sounds.

Herodrive Mash Machines toy firetruck Superman themed.

My son playing with his DC Super Friends Herodrive toy cars.

The Mash Machines are fantastic value and an ideal stocking fillers for any young superhero fan.

Herodrive Mash Machines Batman toy car with lights and sounds.Herodrive Signal Squad £12.99

The Signal squad are fun for playing with in the dark. The design is very similar to the Herodrive Bat Racer. On the front of the car is a light projector, press the large button on the bonnet of the car to activate the light and project the characters super signal on any surface. The image projection is super bright and clear to make out. Also available in this collection is The Flash and Superman.

Herodrive Signal Squad Batman toy car with projector.

My son playing with his Herodrive DC Super Friends vehicle collection.

The Herodrive range is absolutely perfect for younger superhero fans. The models are much more tactile for little hands. they have a more rounded design and the buttons that you need to press to activate either the lighting effects or sounds are large and easy for little digits to press.

Joben is really impressed with his little Herodrive tribe and will be playing with these for some time to come. I can see these on a lot of letters to Santa this year!

You can get this awesome range from Amazon, Hamleys and soon to be stocked at Asda.

*We received these products for the purpose of this review and compensated for our time. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest.*

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  1. Kim Carberry December 3, 2018 / 11:37 am

    These look like so much fun! Perfect for any little Batman fan! #MMBC

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