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SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab Triple Blast Warehouse

Updated on February 8, 2018

Do you remember when you were a kid and you built all sorts of towers and then got a really big kick out of knocking it down?

I know my siblings and I had a lot of fun with blocks building all sorts of monumental stacks and then getting a giggle out of knocking them over.

Well now you don't have to knock buildings over you can blow them up using blasters! I got the Demolition Lab Triple Blast Warehouse for one of my friend's children for his birthday and he is having a lot of fun with it.

As a matter of fact, I wanted to find out how it worked so he and I were the first ones to set up the "warehouse" and then we blew it up! Okay, I admit it; there is still a little kid in me!

SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab Triple Blast Warehouse
SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab Triple Blast Warehouse

The mind-blowing Demolition Lab lets kids build unlimited warehouse structures and then demolish them with strategically placed blasters, all while getting inside the science of energy, momentum and gravity


What I Like About The Demolition Lab Triple Blast Warehouse

This is actually supposed to be an educational toy and it certainly teaches kids the science of demolition. They have to know where to place the blaster in order for the action to take place and for the building to collapse.

There are about 100 pieces that you stack together, which by the way does take a little bit of time. Each panel (kind of like a deck of cards) has a clip that attaches to the next panel.

Once the building has been constructed, you set the blasters next to one of the cards. Then all you have to do is push the button, the blaster is "detonated" and down comes the building.

The cool thing about this game is that there is warning sound you can use, just like the construction crew does when they are imploding a building. However, unlike the real thing the panels do tend to fly all over the place.

Overall, this is a pretty simple game but the game offers hours of fun and I freely admit I had a whole lot of fun "playing" with the son of my friend.

Can we do it again!

SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab: Breakdown Building
SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab: Breakdown Building

Kids will love having another type of building to knock down with this 5-story building. It will take out all four of the walls at once. Your kids will have hours of fun "blowing" up the building.


Question and Answers

For What Age is this Toy Appropriate?

8 years old and up.

How Many Pieces Does This Set Have?

Over 100. 64 large pieces, a booklet, and a large set of clear plastic clips used to position walls and ceilings.

Are Any Batteries Required?

It needs three double A batteries.

Does it Come with a Manual or Written Instructions?

The instruction manual does explain about momentum, energy, gravity, and implosion.

More About the SmartLab toys Demolition Lab

The set comes with three detonation bumpers that can be set individually. The material used for the cards is fairly sturdy so it should stand up to lots of implosions!

There are so many different ways to set up the cards and the instructions show a layout so you can build something right away.

This toy combines building, creative along with destruction and what kids doesn’t enjoy that?

The first time setting it up takes a bit of time. You will need to punch out the cardboard cut-outs and install the clear plastic bases.

Parents might need to help kids set it up initially but then it is totally kid-powered.

SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab: Mega SmokeStack
SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab: Mega SmokeStack

You kids will have hours of fun with this 3-foot tall smokestack that they can blow up with the powerful quad-blaster. There are 22 wall panels to put together along with 10 floor panels. More fun!


Kids Having Fun!


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    • Elsie Hagley profile image

      Elsie Hagley 4 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice review, interesting game, I could have a lot of fun with my great grand children with this one, we love laughing together, i get a kick from hearing so of their giggles, great for the body.

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      Beverly Rodriguez 4 years ago from Albany New York

      I didn't think this would be the type of game I would like for the kids, but after reading your review, I have changed my mind. It sounds like it would keep the kids interested while having fun. Nice review.

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      Susan Deppner 4 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Oh, my, we would have loved this when my boys were little! I mean, THEY would have loved this when they were little. Okay, I'll admit it, I would have enjoyed it, too. :)