Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue - Ravensburger Puzzle Review and Giveaway

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“Planes: Fire & Rescue” features a dynamic crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfire. The movie was released to theaters on July 18th.

For the Disney and puzzle fans in your life, Ravensburger has released all-new Disney Planes Fire & Rescue assortment. There are four puzzles in the new collection, all based on the just-released Disney Planes Fire & Rescue animated movie. The line-up includes the following puzzles:

• Planes: Fire & Rescue: Real Rescue Planes - 3 49-pc puzzles of the three main character planes - Dusty, Windlifter and Blade Ranger. Ages 5+, SRP $11.49

• Planes: Fire & Rescue: Fighting the Fire - 100pc XXL Puzzle the measures 19.5" x 14.25" when completed. The image is a mid-air scene of the character planes. Ages 6+, SRP $13.49

• Planes: Fire & Rescue: Always In Action - 2 24-pc puzzles that when completed measures 10" x 7". One scene depicts the fire house with the helpful fire rescue vehicles, and the other of the planes in flight. Ages 4+, SRP $11.49

• Planes: Fire & Rescue: Glorious Rescue Team - a 150pc XXL Puzzle with finished dimensions of 19.5" x 14.25". The scene is of the airborne planes and the fire rescue vehicle on the ground. Ages 6+, SRP $13.49

There are times when I like to relax by putting together a puzzle. My two teen boys still find time in their busy lives to piece together puzzles as well. I received the Planes: Fire & Rescue: Real Rescue Planes puzzle from Ravensburger and spent some quality time with my boys putting them together.

There are three puzzles in the box, all in one plastic package. I didn't realize it until after the fact but the backs of each puzzle are color coded. One is plain blue, one is blue with stripes, and the third is blue with dots. That way you can sort the pieces for each individual puzzle. But, because we didn't notice that at first, we had a fun challenge.

Each puzzle had 49 pieces and there were paper posters that replicated exactly what each puzzle would look like when finished. The final puzzles show Dusty, Blade Ranger, and Windlifter - all characters from the movie.

Me and the boys had a good time piecing the puzzles together. The puzzle pieces were easy to put in place and they were made of sturdy materials.

Ravensburger is a leading supplier of puzzles, games, and othe products. The company uses an exclusively developed, extra-thick cardboard combined with fine, linen-structured paper to create a glare-free puzzle image for a quality you can feel. Their steel cutting tools are designed and crafted by hand. This ensures that no two pieces are alike and guarantees a perfect interlocking fit.

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31 comments:

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Anne N. said...

I like the Enchanting Princess
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momo said...

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Renee said...

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my daughter would love the 3d windmill

Debby Chandler said...

I like the Mike the Knight: Forest Friends 2D Puzzle

Candice said...

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Candace Byars said...

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Robin Wilson said...

The Taj Mahal 3D puzzle looks really fun. I have never done one before.

Jennifer T. said...

I like the Snail's Pace Race.

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MELINA said...

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Audra said...

The snails pace race game

Miranda said...

Flowers & Butterflies

Gary said...

Starline Puzzle - Dragon Fairy

Teresa Thompson said...

I like the Flowers & Butterflies.

Marilyn said...

My granddaughter would like the Mini Malanda Designer - Romantic. She loves to draw and design things.

jakiesmom said...

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Jeremy said...

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jasmine119 said...

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Jessamine Dungo said...

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lilyk said...

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