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When this tough little remote controlled car comes out of the box, expect a feeding frenzy! The Kid Galaxy Morphibians Black Killer Whale is irresistible for everyone in the room to try out: this unstoppable RC vehicle rolls over every obstacle, and even runs in water.
Kid Galaxy Morphibian remote controlled cars feature powerful four-wheel drive and paddle wheel tires that enable them to navigate every surface from hardwood floors to thick carpets to mud, grass, dirt, and your backyard swimming pool. The radio controller has a simple, intuitive setup, with two levers that allow you to move forward or backward and steer at the same time, and you can turn the headlights on and off, too!
The Morphibians Black Killer Whale RC car has a sleek futuristic design that kids will love, and it’s designed to be safe for small children, with no sharp edges and a soft feel. It moves fast enough to make your child go “wow!” and the simple controller setup enables even the littlest drivers to get some satisfying forward motion before they master steering (and when they’ve mastered steering, how about making an obstacle course?). Playing with the Kid Galaxy Morphibians Black Killer Whale remote controlled car is great hand-eye coordination practice, and encourages kids to use their imagination, but most of all, it provides practice in sharing – because everyone who sees this car in action is going to want to try it.
The Kid Galaxy Morphibians Killer Whale runs on a 49 MHz frequency (if you get a second Morphibians vehicle, make sure it’s on a different frequency so you can use them at the same time), and requires 2 AAA batteries and 3 AA batteries (not included). If you’re using it in the pool, don’t go in with the radio controller – it’s not waterproof! For ages 5 and up.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
I boght this for my nephew. SO far he LOVES it. [...] I wish I had bought it there. I usually want to support real stores if the price is a bit different--but half? Come on Magic Beans!