901 PRO Remote Control Car for Adults and Kids Brushless RC Car 4wd 1:16 Scale 62 km/h High Speed RC Monster Truck with LED & Transparent DIY Car Shell(2 Batteries)


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4WD Brushless Remote Control Car 1:16 Scale 62km/h

Equipped with a excellent brushless motor, this 1:16 Scale rc car has the characteristics of higher power, lower interference, lower noise and lower energy consumption than the brushed one. It can easily drive over a variety of terrains, such as beaches, gravel, lawn and other rugged roads, etc. It is responsive and can respond quickly to your instructions. The maximum speed of this remote control truck can reach 62km/h. Tips: The car has a certain impact force when driving at high speed, in order to protect the safety of life and property, please avoid crowds, pets and fragile or valuable items when driving.



Dimensions: 27 x 23.5 x 13 cm; 1.7 Kilograms
Material: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Polyvinyl Chloride
Colour: Green
Batteries Required: Yes
Batteries Included: Yes
Colour: Green
Material: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Polyvinyl Chloride

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98 Responses

  1. ClifforScarboro says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  2. DebraFennell says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  6. KerryLBMjz says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  7. GSOTerakjtgktei says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow – This little beauty is unbelievably fast and looks like the dogs doodads! Word of caution though – don’t play with it indoors.

    This remote control car is pretty awesome and both looks and performs amazing well. It’s nicely packaged and when unboxing it almost feels like a bit of an occasion. The smile that played on my lips when setting up and charging was simply dwarfed by the unsurpassable grin that plastered my face and stretched from ear to ear when I played with this for the first time. Let me explain why.

    First of all this RC car is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which has a much higher power and lower noise than a brushed one. Anyone who has ever had a brushed motor previously will know that they can get pretty noisy. Additionally brushless motors will generally last 2-3 times longer than those of brushed one, and the energy usage is only around a 1/3 of that of a brushed motor. It makes sense that if you want extended long term battery life and short term immediate performance results for your investment then this is a better option to consider when making a purchase. You can get around 40 minutes of continuous use out of this before needing to recharge the internal batteries. Recharging only takes approximately 1 hour to go full empty to full too which, given the blazing speeds this thing can hit is actually pretty impressive.

    Now I already mentioned this thing is fast but it caught me by surprise as it’s blisteringly so. I do have to admit it was a bit of a steep learning curve to get the hang of controlling this beast, but this particular model is really built for one thing and one thing only – speed. It has a manufacturer quoted maximum speed of 62km/h. I have no way of knowing if it will actually hit this or not but it certainly must come close. This thing practically takes off when fully charged and slammed into gear. In fact it pulls wheelies on launch due to the power the brushless motor puts out. To help you out when first learning to control the car it actually has two speed modes to choose from. Both can be accessed by simply flipping a switch located on the handheld controller. You can select either full speed (recommended for advanced enthusiasts and those who have experience with similar toys) and a more tame, half speed option (recommended for beginners and those still new to their car). In each option, the speed of the remote control car is determined by how hard you press the throttle button. Pull it gently and the car will travel forwards or backwards relatively slowly. Pull it full on and the car launches itself off. Even in half speed mode it’s still surprisingly quick.

    The car is listed as four wheel drive and All-Terrain Driving however it’s worth noting only the front wheels control direction. It has four independent shock absorbers which do help with its off-road control, stability and performance, as well as protect your car when it takes a tumble. It breezes easily over various smooth and rough terrains including dirt, grass, light mud and shallow water such as small puddles. It has four super chunky and fat tyres which provide plenty of grip (largely helped by oodles of power) and it can take some serious punishment – especially with my apparently awful driving.

    The car overall seems very well put together. It’s incredibly durable and tough with the outer skins being made of a pretty sturdy ABS material. You actually receive two of these external and protective shells, albeit one of them is clear and without either design or colour. They do a reasonably good job of protecting the internal mechanisms and components from damage, but quite how long they will last given the speeds this thing hits is anyone’s guess. Expect some serous damage to your car if your were to hit a tree or brick wall at full power. Also, I would advise making sure their are no small children about when using this. If it hits you when flying around it will definitely hurt. I accidentally took it into my own ankles when bringing it back one day and
    forgetting to stop which genuinely caused me to scream like a little girl and fall to the floor clutching my ankle doing my best impression of a premier league footballer taking a dive.

    Lastly it’s worth mentioning the control unit. It requires 3 AA batteries to operate. This is the only thing not supplied within the box so you will need to source them elsewhere. It has multiple steering adjustment buttons on the top of the controller which allow you to precisely adjust the direction of the car according to your needs. Think of it a bit like adjusting the tracking on you own full sized car. If you find it drifting a little to one side you can make minor adjustments to compensate. It’s a useful feature and may come in handy after you crash this into a few trees or large obstacles at high speeds.

    All in all it’s a really great RC car. It’s certainly not for the kids, or for those feint of heart, or those without common sense either come to think of it. You need nerves of steel to operate this beast, especially when driving flat out and at full speed. You also need lighting reflexes too – lol. I don’t really have any complaints or issues as such. I do wish the car shells were a little stronger as I can see them getting seriously damaged after a while and I don’t personally like the clear one. It’s supposed to be like that to allow you to customise your own design but I would have preferred a second pre-coloured skin as I am definitely no Picasso and my truck would end up looking like more of failed Jackson Pollock. I am pleased to say though that all else is really rather good though. It’s rock solid in construction and provides an immense amount of fun and satisfaction for your money. Nothing to dislike about this at all. A truly great product at a great price. I would be more than happy to recommend this to anyone. Brilliant!

    Achingly fast four wheeled fun. Watch out for that tree!

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  9. Dave Johnson says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  10. Devie says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  12. Michael Epstein says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  14. NIHLionellvhf says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My husband’s excitement with this kit has surprised me. Also the amount of time he is prepared to invest in playing with it or as he likes to phrase it @putting it thourgh its paces”

    We took this off to the big hospital car park near us as he wanted to ‘make sure I give the kids the best advice and know how everything works’. He was absolutely right. This took off so fast. We discovered there was a switch you can use to help slow it down for younger kids.

    Well, at full pelt, up and down the car park, across gravelly bits and then onto some scrub land (short grass) this did really well. It is very stable. We think it is because of the wide squidgy wheels.

    It is amazingly fast which means if you haven’t worked out the steering you go wrong really fast. We live on a quiet road and were racing up and down the pavement once we had the steering sussed. Frightened a few dogs. We found the battery, on a warmish day’ lasted about 50 minutes.

    The instructions were easy to understand.

    For maximum fun with this you need to find someone else with one. That way you can have some amazing races.

    It is incredibly responsive to the controls.

    In terms of negatives. You need someone to race against and or buy two cars.

    It’s an expensive piece of kit – you really would expect they would provide batteries for the remote.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  21. adafox3312 says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  22. MaudeMoffit says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  23. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Woo speed car but only for outdoor. Great Look and performs really nice with a functional remote control. My teenage nephews had lots of fun and excitement with it. Looks durable with nice finishing all around and not so noisy.

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  25. RegenaEqsx says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  26. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  27. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  28. CalebG55eazke says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  29. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  32. Gregg Keizer says:

     United Kingdom

    Given to my grandson who is just at the age where something like this appeals but isn’t quite at the stage of needing or wanting super expensive remote control cars. It’s basically just a moderately priced bit of fun.

    First off is that it’s well made. I’m always staggered at just how much engineering is available today at moderate pricing and this is one of those things. Independent suspension, four wheeled drive and a robust chassis. If I had this as a child I really would have thought I’d gone to heaven.

    The controller is the relatively common one packaged with toys it seems where you have a ‘wheel’ to steer the car and a trigger to make it go. There is variable speed and steering so it does allow a fair amount of control of where the car goes to be honest.

    On the controller you can also set the trim for the steering and also the steering input magnification which reduces the total angle of wheel movement. This is needed when at full speed because any large inputs will have the car heading off in a random direction at some considerable speed.

    Speaking of speed… Yep, this really is bloody fast. There are two settings so you can start off with the slower one to get to grips with the car before you switch to full power mode. And when you do, you have better have plenty of room because this car does really motor. If it hit you, you would know it for sure. It also means if used somewhere where you can hit something solid you had better be careful or it will all end in tears.

    Naturally my seven year old grandson took about five milliseconds to learn the basics and after a minute or so was doing donuts with this. Boy was he chuffed.

    Battery life is remarkably good as well. Even better you get a spare battery as well so realistically you should get at least half an hours play with this. Probably more as it won’t be speeding around at full tilt at all times.

    Overall, a great kids toy if you have some outside space to use it.

  33. AliHzvxusfop says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  34. Kalyeena Makortoff says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  35. DeeMoreland says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  36. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  37. ShoshanWinneke says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  38. EduardoLance says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  39. CharlotteI02 says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  40. Werner01Wafj says:

     United Kingdom

    This is so fast. Like really fast. It is great and would make a perfect gift.
    The car is easy to charge with 2 batteries so you always have one spare. Charging doesn’t take long at all and once charged it lasts a long time.
    Only problem I found with this is the reverse doesn’t always work. Hence why I have given this 4 stars.

  41. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  42. Hedy Phillips says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  43. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  44. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  45. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  46. ErvinAugust says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  47. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

  48. MalindaSpivey says:

     United Kingdom

    The car is easy to put together and nice fun.
    It runs very well on most surfaces it has been tried on.
    Control is good, reasonably easy to master with a little patience.
    You can run it with the body on or off, but the body gives a protection to the innards.
    The range of the controls so far I’ve experienced is good, I’ve had the car more the 50m away from me on a flat field.
    The battery I would have liked to last a bit longer, I’m getting around 15-18 mins of whizzing around, but this maybe dependant on the surface I’m running on.
    You do get 2 batteries to use, so that helps.
    Ideally 3 batteries would be better, that way you can always have one on charge.
    It is fast, so getting to grips with the controller is a good idea before being adventurous with where you run the car.
    Controller takes 3 AA batterie’s, they do seem to last a bit, depending on amount of use.
    My nephew enjoys playing with it and has better control than me, and getting it back off him is a difficulty.
    The picture of the colours compared to the item is a bit flamboyant, but it does not distract from the fun of using the car.

    Brilliant fu

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