Buying Guide These are the best electric train sets for hobbyists, enthusiasts and newcomers alike.
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This train is a sight to behold. It’s an O gauge train so it was one of the larger trains we tested, but it’s still breathtakingly detailed.
This train got high marks from our testers and is equal parts toy and model train. It’s an HO gauge set, which means it’s the ideal size for both play and viewing.
This military-themed train set is the least expensive one we reviewed, and we could tell. Each piece is extremely light and made of cheap-feeling plastic. The track itself is no better, and everyone who used it had a hard time keeping it on the track.
The problem with the Freightmaster isn’t that it’s an inherently bad train; it’s that our reviewers couldn’t stand how small it is.
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Review If you need a cheap RC car that actually performs well off-road, then the Maisto Rock Crawler Extreme is perfect for you.
Editor's Note: This review has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it no longer ranks as a top 10 product. The original review is below, but check out our current top 10 about Remote Control Boats here.