LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive
LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive
LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive
LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive
LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive
LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive

A dream for small drivers ‒ a locomotive that is battery powered and controlled by a button on the topside. It can also reverse and its light shows the way forward. Join on the wagons ‒ full steam ahead!

Article Number104.334.23

Product details

When it's time to roll out from the station, simply push the button forward, and if you need to reverse, push it back. If you want to stop the train, set the button in the middle. Both simple and logical.The locomotive lights up as it steams ahead on the rails.Can be used with most other railway systems on the market.Recommended for children 3 years and older.Batteries are sold separately. We recommend 2 x LADDA rechargeable batteries HR03 AAA 1.2V.This product bears the CE mark.Designer

Henrik Johansson

  • Frame:ABS plastic
    Bottom part:Zinc, Acrylic paint
    Screws:Steel, Galvanized, Steel, Galvanized
    Main parts:ABS plastic, ABS plastic
    Axle/ Nail:Steel, Galvanized
    Plastic part:Polyethylene
    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • LILLABOBattery-operated locomotiveArticle Number:104.334.23
    Width: 5 "Height: 1 ¾ "Length: 6 "Weight: 5 ozPackage(s): 1


Kids and trainsIlonaMy ASD kid loves all things trains. This one was a cool addition to the collection. The Bullet Train,as it has been named, works on the standard wooden track sets (like the ones from a certain island name that rhymes with "no door"). It is motorized so you can go off the rails on a crazy train or the kitchen.4
Cute, but sucks up the batteries!!!LindaGlad I purchased lots of batteries! One set of two really only lasts for one playtime with our Grands. After having the train set for 8 years, I was excited to see this enhancement. The switch on top is difficult for a child to needs definite “stops”, not a slider with no markings or definitive clicks. Also, if the batteries are dead, you can not play with it as a push around engine.4
My grandson loved it.TraceyMy grandson loved it.3
Get itSARAMy toddler loves this battery operated train. The only downside is the power button is a bit small for his toddler hands to toggle to the off position which is in the middle of forward and reverse. So far it’s been through some rough times and quite a few throws and surprisingly works. Worth the value for money.5
Our 22 month son loves it!nataliaIt’s a great toy! The only complain that I have is it runs out of battery pretty quickly...5
Great valueJenniferMy grandson loves this train. Batteries run out quick and it is a little slow, but that’s what happens when two year olds don’t turn it off. 😉5
Cute ProductAvaReally cute product for children, made from wood. I would have given five stars if it had a magnet on front also where is could be connected to other vehicles in the set.4
Kids love it!EminaKids love it!5
Battery diesCRISTELIt’s slow and the batteries die pretty quickly even after changing to brand new ones.4
Nice addition to the Lilabo track setBaladMy son loves the battery locomotive. It is fun to watch it pulling the coaches and moving around the track. The engine is sturdy. It will be nice if there is a engine with front magnetic attachment as well. It will allow two engines to run in sequence .5
dragan64It works great with just a few extra cars. If you put more than 3 cars, it moves very slowly.3
Love the battery run trainAkBonDMy two year old loves this train and the set.5
TByr684Train moves very slowly and has a very short battery life. Each time I replace the batteries, my son gets about 3 hours of play.1
Nana MichelleMy grandson loves to play with this on his train tracks, it works well with his Thomas trains. Wish IKEA was closer to Portsmouth NH, we’d shop there more often.5
Grandson loves it!Victoria from AlaskaI bought this little power engine to go with the many pieces of the Lillabo train & track system that I keep at my house for the grandson. He absolutely loves it! It drives forward and reverse, pulling quite a few cars on the track.5
It does what it is meant to doKateRSI was really excited to see this train. We like that the lights turn on when going forward, but the actual speed is incredibly slow. Even with brand new batteries, the train moves at a snail's pace. It would be wonderful if the train would just go a little bit faster. Then this train would be perfect!3
So fun but dies quicklymmuehlingMy son loves this train to use with his train tracks from IKEA. It's able to pull quite a few other train pieces. The only negative is that the batteries die pretty quickly.4
Strong little train!Grandma54This strong little train was a Christmas gift for my grandchild. It works with rail and without. He have so much fun with it and its easy for a four year old to push the on/of button.5
Great toySimplesimonThe child loved it! Perfect for a child too young for an electric train.5
A train for little onesJennB1220My daughter got this as a birthday present with the rest of the basic train set. It is great! The fact that it lights up makes it xtra awesome, according to my now 3 y.o. Thanks for making a battery operated addition to the basic train set to make it even better!5

Function solution

A train running on imagination

Generations of children have done the same thing: transformed the floor into a landscape where railway tracks wind their way around a fantasy world where anything is possible. With the battery-powered LILLABO train that is controlled by a button on the top, the creative play carries on for a long time. It’s playtime where all ages can play together and create new worlds while they fine-tune their motor skills and learn to solve problems. Simply put, playtime at its finest.

Battery-operated locomotive

Batteries are sold separately. We recommend 2 x LADDA rechargeable batteries HR03 AAA 1.2V.
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LILLABO Battery-operated locomotive