- Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
- Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
Scalextric Start C8525 Converter Track 1:32 Scale Accessory
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- 1:32 scale
- Compatible with both Start and Sport track
- This special piece of track allows you to connect standard Scalextric track to Scalextric START track
- High quality part
- Genuine Scalextric accessory
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This special piece of track is a track connector converter. It should be used to connect Scalextric (standard/Digital) track to Scalextric START track.
Use with the following sets, C1249 Start World Rally, C1250 Start Grand Prix, C1251 GT Endurance and standard Saclaextric sets.
Top Customer Reviews
My only comment would be that you might need more than one pack depending on what you are trying to connect in.
e.g. If you buy the 4 Way Intersection you need two of these Converter kits to connect to START track
e.g. If you buy the 2 pack of Cross Over Tracks and you intend to use these as two separate pieces you will need two of these Converter kits to connect to START track
We have ended up with 4 sets of the Converter Track and that seems to work well, allowing multiple track connection possibilities.
My other comment is the various Extension kits are rather expensive, after buying several Extension kits and Converter kits we have also bought a whole new Scalextric kit (the 007 set with 4 Way Intersection and Jump). Yes Scalextric profits have risen swiftly since our first purchase only 1 month ago! But the extra 'whole set' gives a lot more value for money, allowing for more track extensions and another set of controls and cars. I have a very happy Son, Husband, Grandad and Uncle!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grandson loves scalextric would buy from seller againPublished on 30 Jan. 2015 by Elizabeth Sharron Wadsworth
Works well with the two sets I have but it does throw them out of kilter a bit though, so you have to be a bit experienced.Published on 11 Jan. 2015 by Kurt Chadwick