Jr. Space Explorer by Aeromax
What kid doesn’t dream of taking off in a rocket? I know that the word “rocket” is mentioned at least three times each week at my house. The kids are always trying to build a rocket so they can take off on an outer space adventure.
Recently I was sent a Jr. Space Explorer by Aeromax Toys for the purpose of this review. This Jr. Space Explorer was a hit as soon as it arrived. Not only were the kids excited to play with this but I was excited for them to have something to do! It can be hard coming up with ideas during summer vacation and I knew that this would be the perfect item for hours and hours of play time. With that being said the kids and I quickly blew it up so their space adventure play could begin.
As I was blowing up the Jr. Space Explorer I was blown away with the details of this Inflatable Space Shuttle. The Shuttle is equipped with the NASA logo, American Flag and even a dashboard that includes all kids of fun looking gadgets the kids can pretend to push and pull during their space journey.
The Jr. Space Explorer is made for ages 3+ and up to 90lbs. It is a toy with lots of options for play as it can be used in your home or in the pool. Now what child would not love to float around a pool on their very own space shuttle? What fun!
The Jr. Space Explorer will even take learning to a whole new level with the 2 QR codes that you can scan. The first code will show you real video footage of a shuttle launching, a view of the Earth from outer space as well as what a shuttle looks like as it lands. The second code will take you on a history lesson. You will learn about the first woman to fly in space and more!
Inflatable dimensions are: 42″ (107 cm) L x 38″ (97 cm) W x 22″ (56 cm) H.
I really loved this Inflatable Space Shuttle. But in my opinion it might be better equipped for the pool. The kids had a blast playing on the shuttle but I can honestly say that after only 24 hours of play the shuttle had a hole in it and could not be played with any longer. My husband is hopeful that he can patch it so I am hopeful that the kids will be able to play with this Jr. Space Explorer again soon.