K’NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Giveaway

Last year, my daughter got the K’NEX Mighty Makers Fun on the Ferris Wheel Set, which we assembled together and have been happily playing with since.  My son was part of the fun, but I guess since the set is kind of pink, he knew that it really belonged to his sister, and he was a tiny bit jealous.  Well, his year was just made because he’s now the proud owner of the K’NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Building Set!

K'NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Set


The Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Set comes with 347 colorful pieces, including a car, a launcher, and enough parts to make a track that’s more than 13 feet.  It’s certainly large, but let me tell you that when a child puts time and effort into building 13 feet of a roller coaster, he feels like a very accomplished little boy.  There’s a sense of pride there that you just don’t get from winning at a video game.

Follow the included instructions or experiment with your own configurations.  Once it’s all put together, you propel the car with a slingshot style launcher.  There are no batteries required here because it’s a totally interactive experience.  Motorized sets are fun, but I have to admit that I really prefer this manual situation a lot better.  My son is challenged as he figures out how to propel the car so it makes it all the way through the track, and my kids love taking turns trying to outdo each other.

Like other K’NEX building sets, this is more than just a fun afternoon.  Both building and playing with this set stimulates your child’s imagination and curiosity while encouraging an understanding of STEAM concepts.  They’ll also be clicking their ways toward better spatial awareness, problem-solving, and fine motor skills.  There’s nothing better than an engaging toy that helps your child grow.

K'NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster

Something else I love about K’NEX is that they’re the only construction toy company committed to manufacturing in the United States.  All of the rods and connectors in this set were made right here in the USA, Pennsylvania to be exact.  The car and launcher are, however, made in China, making this 99% US made, which is still a lot better than most toys I come across.

The K’NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Building Set is recommended for kids 7 and up, and although the color-coded instructions are easy to follow, I think some 7 year olds are going to need help putting the track together.  That’s fine by me though, because I love constructing K’NEX sets with my kids.  It’s like working together to build a big 3D puzzle that we get to play with when it’s done.  We’re having fun and making memories!

You can pair the Infinite Journey Coaster with the K’NEX Clockwork Coaster and Revolution Ferris Wheel to create your own miniature theme park!  That’s our ultimate goal, but for now, my son keeps his coaster next to his sister’s ferris wheel, and watching them play together is just wonderful.

K’NEX is generously offering Game On Mom readers a chance to win an Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Set!  Giveaway is open to US residents who are 18 and older.  Ends 12/28/16.  Good luck!

K'NEX Infinite Journey Roller Coaster Giveaway


About Denise

Denise is the owner of Game On Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is the mother of a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl, she eats too much pizza, and a tangled Slinky is no match for her.


  1. Sandra Watts says:

    I would like to get the 4 Wheel Drive Truck for my grand kids. That will wait for their birthdays though.

  2. Renee Walters says:

    I like their K’NEX® Education Energy, Motion & Aeronautics

  3. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I like the 6-Foot Double Ferris Wheel.

  4. James Robert says:

    Their 6-Foot Ferris Wheel http://www.knex.com/6-foot-ferris-wheel is awesome

  5. I’d also like to try their 375 Piece Deluxe Building Set with my grandsons!

  6. Jessica Gonzalez says:

    I also love the orcerer’s Eclipse Rollercoaster Building Set. my oldest daughter would really like that!

  7. I’d like their 52 model building set!
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  8. While I know my girls love this, I didn’t realize they had sets for the little ones. My grandson would love the truck.
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  9. Amber Ludwig says:

    The Mega Boom Building Set looks so fun!! My kiddo loves anything he can shoot lol. He’d have a blast with it!

  10. Sarah Phillips says:

    I would love to try the Jetpack Zombie Attack Building Set! My nephews love Plants Vs Zombies, so I know they would have lots of fun with this!

  11. Mary Gardner says:

    I’d like to try the Tinker Toys 100 Piece Essentials Value Set.

  12. Debbie Welchert says:

    I like the 25 Model Ultimate Building Set. This would let the kids build more than one thing and that would keep them busy….

  13. My first thought was that the grandfather clock looks really cool! But then I saw the price tag – $999.99!!! That’s out. That said, the Education products look really great. I really like the Amusement Park; Forces, Energy, and Motion; all the Intro to Simple Machines sets; and the Swing-building set (I wonder if we can get our Playmobils on those).

    That said, as a father of 2 girls, kinda torn over the Mighty Makers sets which are aimed specifically at girls. Why make it all flowery and “girly” colors, with half of them being terribly simple? My daughters wanted (and got) “boys” bikes because they thought the girls bikes were weird (why isn’t the bar straight? why do they always have flowers and butterflies on them? why are they always pink or purple or baby blue?).

  14. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I like the Flash Fire Motorized Blaster Building Set.

  15. Annmarie W. says:

    Wow! My teen son & daughter would LOVE working on the 6-Foot Ferris Wheel!

  16. LeAnn Harbert says:

    I want the large Maker Kit.

  17. I also love the Kid K’nex Classroom Collection
    Thank You!

  18. I think my daughter would love to try the Plane building set! It looks like it’s perfect for her age and skill level.

  19. I use to love playing with these when I was younger; 100Th Anniversary Tin
    Item:# 00854 |
    Celebrate 100 years of LINCOLN LOGS® with this nostalgic set, just like you remember!

  20. Terry Maigi says:

    The Maker Kit Large looks really fun!

  21. The knex 100th anniversary set looks like a lot of fun!

  22. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would like to get the Knex 4-wheel drive truck for my son — he would love this.

  23. I like the Battle Bow Building Set