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Radio Controlled Rock Crawling Action Vehicle

by Maisto

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Technical Details
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions41.9 x 41.9 x 45.2 cm
Batteries:8 AAA batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number81152
Main Language(s)German manual, English
Assembly RequiredNo
Remote Control Included?Yes
Radio Control Number of Bands3
  
Additional Information
ASINB003ML36HI
Best Sellers Rank 131,060 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.7 Kg
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Date First Available4 Jun. 2010
  
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult

Product Description

FULL FUNCTION RADIO CONTROL Maisto Radio Control Rock Crawler - As seen on the Gadget Show! This Radio Control Rock Crawler vehicle is perfect for rugged off-road action such as climbing over rocks! Articulated front and rear suspension Includes 3 motors, 2 for driving and one for steering Tri-Channel so three people can race simultaneously Fully 'ready-to-run'Includes re-chargable battery & charger Big off-road tyres Steering alignment adjustment Rechargeable batteries and charger included This set contains: 1 pc RC vehicle 1 pc transmitter 1 pc 5-hour battery charger 1 pc 6v rechargeable battery (for vehicle use) 27 Mhz Recommended for ages 8 yrs and above

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ian Threadgill on 23 April 2013
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It was bought for my Grandson's birthday, so I can only go by his feedback. He was overjoyed with it, and has not yet stopped telling us how much he is enjoying endless fun with it.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tya on 10 Jan. 2011
I bought the car as a christmas gift for my boyfriend. he loves it! it is so cool and he enjoys playing with it ( he is 29!!)
the only criticism is that the battery doesnt last long even when he doesnt play much.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Warren Chambers on 7 July 2014
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Do not buy from K DIRECT !! We bought the vehicle for my son's xmas present. After a few months of not much use it has to be said and in pristine condition, it decided to stop working. Citizens Advice Bureau says we are in our rights to get a replacement as it was clearly faulty when purchased however K Direct are refusing to reply after initially agreeing to replace it !!! My son is so so disappointed !!
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325 of 341 people found the following review helpful
This is exactly what I wanted! 18 Aug. 2010
By John D. Jayroe - Published on Amazon.com
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To correct the description, it actually needs 6 AA batteries.

I wanted an inexpensive off road R/C vehicle that didn't cost much over $100. I'm not planning on racing, just something for the yard and driveway. Well, this fit the bill perfectly. It will crawl over grass, sidewalks, sand, small animals, almost anything that gets in it's way. It does exactly what you think those cheap R/C trucks SHOULD do but don't. I drove it in the rain and through shallow water and it did great. The only downside so far is the whine of the motors but it probably geared to heck to do all that it does. I paid less for it at Wally World so shop around.

+ two motors
+ true four wheel drive
+ AA batteries (not some battery pack that is hard to find)
+ good value for the money
+ good tires and suspension

- motor/gear whine
159 of 164 people found the following review helpful
Much more than meets the eye. 12 Feb. 2013
By T. Fritts - Published on Amazon.com
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Let's start off by saying that this is not a $250 Hobby grade RC, it's a toy. But it is also a lot more than 'just' a toy. for one, I haven't seen many toys that had a fully articulated multi-link suspension, with roughly an inch and a half of travel (that's the body sitting flat. If you lift one tire, you'll notice that you can lift it 3 and a half inches before it lifts another tire.) From a mechanical side, it's a very clevery built starter to test interest in hobby RC; if this truck is fun, then a hobby grade RC will thrill. And, this truck has a lot going for it to make an excellent starter truck for budget minded individuals. Another great benefit of this truck is that it IS highly articulate. Many toy RC trucks with 'suspension' are for looks, but this truck has shocks with coilovers, and they DO work when you put the truck in a bind. They suspension linkages and shocks aren't cosmetic, they're fully functional.

It is slow, but if you look at the real world crawlers, speed isn't the end goal; torque is, and this truck is surprisingly torquey to be powered by six AA batteries. It's not a wall climber, but it will climb up rocks as tall as it is, and sometimes taller depending upon the approach side of the rock. It's capable considering the cost, and it's also very sturdy. Just this morning I had a little testing session, and I can't tell you the number of times I jarred the bottom casing off of rocks and while the crunch sound was unnerving, the bottom side of the truck is still in good shape. Yes, the rocks have dinged it up in places, but that's part of the brilliance; it's less than $50 shipped, so a ding isn't the end of the world. Do people who spend $500 feel the same way? Maybe, maybe not.

This truck is not without fault. For one, the steering is dodgy. One time when you turn the wheels, it'll turn some, the next time it'll turn much more. Considering that 99% of the design is towards moving the truck over obstacles and not something like figure 8s, it's not a big deal. The turning circle is pretty large, but if the wheels turned very sharply, I'm betting they'd shear off the truck a lot easier when you bounce it off a rock at a funny angle.

The controller I do not like at all. It's a pistol grip style, and no pistol grip controller has ever satisfied me. A personal different, but not a big one. I'd prefer two toggles in a hand held controller, but we don't always get what we prefer. If the choice is a lesser truck with a controller I like, or this truck with a controller I don't like, I'd pick this one.

Liking or disliking RC often confuses because people use the vehicles for purposes that they weren't designed for. This is a crawler, not a racer or a trophy truck. It's meant to go up and down rocky terrain, not go 99 MPH and turn like an F-16. With that in mind, this truck is a good one. The tires have some grip, the body is positioned so it does look weird, but the body isn't bouncing off of obstacles, and the gearing is there in spades.

For mine, it's destined to be modded towards hobby grade. The truck is literally that good, and I've driven some pretty costly hobby RC crawlers to compare it to. Rather than go the conventional method to Hobby grade and throw money at the hobby, I'm going to make this one a long term build for me. Being able to build a competitive hobby crawler on a $40 base, and effortlessly shove it up a trail that $500 machines struggle with, that's what it's about! First up is a heavy dose of protective copper cladding underneath to keep those rocks from cracking the gear housings. ;)
145 of 154 people found the following review helpful
Great in snow! 12 Jan. 2011
By Kris10 - Published on Amazon.com
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My 9 year old son got this for Christmas and he was happy with it. He makes up indoor obstacle courses with legos, books, rocks and other things to drive over. It pretty much went over everything no problem. The wheels are great! They're not the plastic ones that have no traction that gets the car stuck with the wheels spinning & spinning. These wheels are bouncy and have great traction for climbing over things. My son takes it out into the snow (although it's probably not recommended for wet snow) but it works all the same. The independent suspension is amazing! All 4 wheels bend independently, hense making "4 wheeling" easier. It requires 6 AA batteries and a 9 volt battery for the remote.
48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Highly Recommended 16 July 2013
By Dragonwort Castle - Published on Amazon.com
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Very durable, simple to use, and lot of fun! It is pretty impressive as to what it can do.

This is my first time successfully using an RC vehicle. Runs easily, easy to control speed and steer, and great to play with for all ages. Laborious to open, with all of the twist ties; but, hey, free high quailty twist ties. Nice 'display box' as a gift and packed well by the manufacturer. Simple to use by most, works in tall grass, excellent RC distance.

Seems like AWD but I think it has just front and rear motors, and articulates well. Good traction on all surfaces used on. Kirkland 'AA' batteries (6 you place in the car, simple plastic lock door) lasted 3 days with lots of tough use and continued to last over a week with reasonable use; most of his things are broken within a day. The 9-volt battery in the remote transmitter works longer than the 6AA's in the car. You do not need expensive batteries but for the 9VDC remote I use a Li-Ion fire detector battery (regular would likely be fine).

This was a birthday gift for a 6 year birthday-boy (Captain Distructo-type kid). It has lasted very well and climbs over anything reasonable (can't climb stairs, but goes down well) and does it easily. If it tips-over the car antenna bends; just straighten it for longer reception; it is a wire and comes with a straw-like piece you slip-on; just slide it over the wire, place the straw into the car body where the wire comes out and tie a small knot in the protruding wire end to keep the straw on. The car runs into things and survives (large soft tires).

Runs slowly in soft, long grass but fast on smoother hard surfaces. I think the only con is the gearing is noisy to some (non-interested females), like if it is used near people eating at a picnic or in the back yard and trying to talk and be heard and it is close by. Not bad, really.

Three different frequencies can be easily selected if you get two or three of these (simple external switches for channels A, B, and C), or someone else has one, so the frequencies do not conflict. Though it can be fun to have big sister control it the same time little brother uses it. It works well in sand, probably not in high water (elecrtonics do not like water and there are no water seals (a little rain may be OK or a recently watered lawn) or very high grass (where grass can wind up on the axels). Very flexible axels, large soft tires with somewhat sticky rubber, and it is lots of fun.

Great for kids and adults, probably not great for RC enthusiasts with experience who want speed, and tight circles. Great price and great for beginners. Not a great turning radius but doing a 4 point turn works well and is easy. It backs up very well. If you want better spend a lot more money (I see some going for hundreds or even over a thousand; $$$). This is great for potential breakage by a kid, and is pretty impressive to me. My grandson, and son, loves it. If you want guaranteed red get this red one for $5 or so more, but if the color does not matter get the Rock Crawler in 'any color' for $5 or more less.

The Morphibian works well in water but not grass; this is great on surfaces not puddles or ponds. I highly recommend it and just bought another 'any color' Rock Crawler, as my small dog has fun being chased by it, too. And, I can compete with my grandson.
95 of 118 people found the following review helpful
A Great toy for kids!!! 6 Sept. 2010
By JC - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great toy for my 4 years kid.Small radio for his small hands, very fun...and easy to drive and set up.Have real rubber tires,2 motors,good looking body,working shocks,includes battery pack and a charger...
Recommended for kid or a first time radio controller.
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