TMNT New Vehicles Revealed


Thanks to K-Mart we get a peek at the new TMNT Turtle Sub and Grass-Kicker lawn mower

These cool new rides for the Turtles will be coming our way soon. K-Mart let the images slip on its product page but they are not yet available for order. The sub comes in at $19.99 while the mower is $12.99, not bad price wise.

Looking through the photos the Turtle Sub while cool in concept lacks a lot. The size should be much larger and the detailing seems minimal. It reminds me of the tiny vessels taken down to the bottom of the ocean to explore the Titanic, is Donnie going on an expedition?

The mower is classic TMNT. Take an easily found object and turtle-ize it with some wacky accessories and details. You even get two lawn dart missiles strapped to the top for good measure.

Regardless im sure I will buy both of these, though im not thrilled with the packed in Don figure that comes with the sub.

  • Considering that most of the figures are between $8 and $10, I’d say the fact that the sub comes with a new Don figure makes it a really food deal. Which probably explains why it lacks detail.

  • Good point. I wish they would have left the figure out and added more time and effort to the sub. Had potential to be really cool but they sort of blew it.

  • Eddie Narvaez

    The sub could definitely use more detail and larger size. I don’t want it to become a hassle to see if I could fit Donnie in there without fearing something breaking. But, that’s my only criticism.
    As for the lawn mower, actually looks pretty awesome, so I’ll be sure to grab these whenever I can. Pretty low price for both, so it’ll be a good deal either way.

  • The Sewer Den

    I’m with you, Cody – that sub is small! I wish they’d make these things bigger!

    Although the mower is very cool, does it seem like a Toilet Taxi rehash?

  • The sub got sub-par treatment. The mower is rather cool but it lacks the fun factor of the Toilet Taxi IMO.

  • Certainly priced well but I would have gladly paid more for some additional detail and/or size adjustments. Oh well can’t have it all!

  • The Sewer Den

    I like your use of the word sub there. That was sub-perb.