Attention all marvel fans…get ready to swing (or drive) into action.
Inspired by the series “Spidey and his Amazing Friends”, this brand new RC Spidey Web Crawler Car from Jada Toys UK brings superhero fun right into your house but without the mess of Spiderman’s webs.
What Does The Spidey Web Crawler RC Car Do?
Bare in mind Ezra isn’t 2 years old until August and he has loved this RC car so when I say it has super easy controls, I mean super easy! No need to worry about too many options on the controls or confusing instructions with this one. The Spidey Web Crawler is designed with simple, easy controls in mind. The car is designed with a 27 MHz core with as much as it doesn’t sound much it is definitely powerful for the age group concerned.
The controller has two buttons and is simple as it allows the car to go straight ahead and the reverse has a slight curve to it. This allows for cool doughnuts / figures of 8 and when stuck it means it can be easily manoeuvred out of most tight gaps. I’m a useless RC car driver as I am a nightmare with my direction and I managed to use this and not crash too many times!
The key to this car is simplicity and the ease of use. It really does allow for hours of uninterrupted play time. We’ve tested it on our hard flooring downstairs, the kids carpet in their room which is really thick and even in our garden too. Our grass isn’t very thick right now so it worked really well on there as well as our paved areas.
Are batteries included?
You will need to supply batteries but they are your big standard household ones – no fancy D or C huge batteries here. You will 3x AA and 2x AAA batteries and we used Aldi own brand and they have worked fine for the hours of use we have done so far.
Where Can I Buy The Spidey Web Crawler RC Car?
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