41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fabulous Entertainer, 28 Nov. 2011
= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars
I saw this and thought one of my grandsons would like it for his birthday, I don't normally write reviews,however this toy provided the whole family with entertainment all day , especially the men.
I was concerned it may be a little too hard to work as he is only 5 but I needn't have worried,it not only acts as a remote car with flashy lights and they really do flash but it stands up, splits in half and flips, so even if you don't know what your doing, it looks really good, not your average bump and go
If you need them, the instructions are easy to understand, but the best way is switch on and learn as you go. It's fast and zipped around for a long time,with no operational skills needed, before needing to be charged.
It's fabulous feature was the fact that it kept all the men at the party occupied all afternoon, apparently it was everyone's "turn". It was a competition as to who got it to split in half,stand up the longest whilst spinning,without spinning etc and the children were lucky to get a look in.Guess what my sons are getting for Christmas!
The car,it's not actually a car,is it a car?,is sturdily made, but the wheels are soft and squishy, so they won't damage anything that it bumps into. It comes with a charger,which lasts ages, so you don't have to keep buying batteries, which is great for prezzies as it keeps the cost down.
Its just as good for the girls because it's not a car!(if anyone knows what it is please, leave a review), you need to see it to understand,I won't hesitate to buy them for the granddaughters.
All in all great value for money and entertainment value and it crosses the boy-girl- age divide and if you need to buy for someone who has everything and who loves gadgets this is it !!!!