Learning Curve Thomas Engines

New
Limit 5 per customer
You missed it! But Today's Woot is waiting!
add to cart

Into You Like A Train

We have such a wide variety of Thomas the Tank Engine trains today, it seems like it must be your destiny to buy one. DO. NOT. TEMPT. DESTINY.

Thomas always smiled at those little trains when he saw them. The faces made him happy, just happy to be a train enthusiast. Many was the day when he would dream of spending a few hours in the basement, pushing around Victor or Emily or Henry. But there was never time, was there? Always on the go, schedules to keep, someone else's timetable. Why, if he didn't know better, he'd say he was a train himself!

It was a Wednesday when he first noticed the strange Candy Cane Car in his parking space. He tapped the magnet on each end: they'd work, he supposed. But in his space? Was it some sort of prank? Everyone in the office shrugged their shoulders but he had his suspicions. Still, all in good fun he supposed.

But on Thursday, Thomas felt a strange lump on the back of his neck. He looked in the mirror. Was it a battery port, like the one he'd seen on that toy train in the window? The one with the die-cast metal chassis and body? Thomas pulled on a scarf and made it through the day. On Monday, if it was still there, he'd see the doctor.

Friday morning, Thomas could barely get out of bed. He dragged himself to the door, down the stairs, to his car. It was only at the office, when he stood on two pieces of metal at once, that he felt like moving again. Maybe it was the flu? Maybe he was just exhausted? Thomas sighed as the work week came to a close. If only he could just take a day and play with his trains.

On Monday, there was much surprise in the office. Loyal Thomas was nowhere to be found. He hadn't called, he hadn't emailed, he didn't answer his phone. It was as though he had just vanished!

After a few days, one of Thomas' work friends came to the house. The door was unlocked, so he went inside. The house was empty, as though no one had ever lived there. But on the floor, with a big, happy grin, was a previously-unnoticed Thomas the Tank Engine, zipping back and forth as though there was nothing else in the world greater than living the life of a speeding train.

Back to top

Features

Recommended Ages: 3+ Years

  • Each character has a unique personality and job on Sodor
  • Vehicles aid in developing fine motor skills, color identification and counting skills

Thomas And the Candy Cane Car ~ or ~ Henry the Green Engine

  • Features a real wood engine
  • Wood body with plastic wheels and accents
  • Magnets on each end to attach other train cars and vehicles
  • Brightly colored and detailed paint scheme

Victor & the Engine Repair Car

  • Features a glowing scrap car

Talking Emily

  • When the button on the top of the cab is pressed, Emily says one of 3 unique phrases or sounds her special whistle
  • Features working headlamp
  • Features a real wood engine
  • Wood body with plastic wheels and accents
  • Magnets on each end to attach other train cars and vehicles
  • Brightly colored and detailed paint scheme
  • Requires two 1.5 volt LR44 button cell batteries (included)

Battery Operated Thomas

  • Die-cast metal chassis and body
  • Features powerful four-wheel drive, easy start button, auto shutdown feature, light, and realistic detail
  • Special magnet helps keep rolling stock on the track
  • Brightly colored and detailed paint scheme
  • Requires one "AA" battery (not included)

Shipping Note: Eligible for shipping to all 50 states

Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty

Specs

In the box:

(choose your train)

Henry the Green Engine
Measurements: 7" L 1.5" W x 2" H
Weight: 4 ounces
  • (1) Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Wooden Railway - Henry the Green Engine - LC99003
  • (1) Coal tender car

~ Or ~

Thomas And the Candy Cane Car
Measurements: 7" L 1.5" W x 2" H
Weight: 2.6 ounces
  • (1) Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Wooden Railway - Thomas And the Candy Cane Car - LC98115

~ Or ~

Victor & the Engine Repair Car
Measurements: 6.5" L 1.5" W x 2" H
Weight: 4.8 ounces
Recommended Age: 3 and up
Batteries: (2) 1.5 volt LR44 button cell batteries (included)
  • (1) Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Wooden Railway - Victor & the Engine Repair Car - LC98099

~ Or ~

Talking Emily
Measurements: 6" L 1.5" W x 2" H
Weight: 4 ounces
Batteries: (2) 1.5 volt LR44 button cell batteries (included)
  • (1) Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Wooden Railway - Talking Emily - LC98091

~ Or ~

Battery Operated Thomas
Measurements: 3.5" L 1.5" W x 2" H
Weight: 6.4 ounces
Battery 1 "AA" (not included)
  • (1) Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends Wooden Railway - Battery Operated Thomas - LC99717

Sales Stats

Speed to First Woot:
1m 50.663s
First Sucker:
RonDancaster
Last Wooter to Woot:
jenniferdv

Purchaser Experience

  • 7% first woot
  • 6% second woot
  • 28% < 10 woots
  • 28% < 25 woots
  • 28% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 7% joined today
  • 0% one week old
  • 2% one month old
  • 15% one year old
  • 75% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 71% bought 1
  • 13% bought 2
  • 16% bought 3 or more

Percentage of Sales Per Hour

6%
3%
2%
2%
2%
5%
7%
11%
10%
9%
6%
6%
4%
5%
3%
3%
2%
2%
3%
2%
2%
2%
1%
2%
12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Woots by State

zero wooters wootinglots of wooters wooting

Top Comments

What are Top Comments?

Top Comments are discussion forum posts we have deemed worthy of your time. Listen, we get a lot of comments, and most of the time, it's pretty forgettable stuff; but sometimes you rise to the top like butterfat in milk. We don't recommend you base your self-worth on how often we feature your comments, but we don't expressly forbid it either.

join the discussion (43 comments)
join the discussion (43 comments)
Thomas Engines - Your Choice
$9.99 Sold Out Toys & Games
$9.99 USD false 1 Retail EA
1 5
Woot! Kids.Woot
4121 International Pkwy Carollton TX 75007 U.S.A.