Science Museum Radio-Controlled Morphibian was £30 now £15 @ Boots (This Radio-controlled Morphibian drives over rough terrain and floats on water) - HotUKDeals
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Decent price as elsewhere this is: -
Amazon £23.99 £29.99
Play £22.99 £30.00

This Radio-controlled Morphibian drives over rough terrain and floats on water.

Travel off the beaten track with the Radio-controlled Morphibian.

This four wheel drive vehcile drives over rough terrain and powers through water with its powerful 4x4 traction.

The Radio-controlled Morphibian enables driving directly in to water without changing any settings, and floats as the wheel grips act as paddles, enabling great control.

Operating on a 40MHz frequency, the Radio-controlled Morphibian features an easy to use handset with a range of up to 20ft.

Full instructions for use
Radio-Controlled Morphibian, requires 3 x AA batteries (not included).
Handset, requires 2 x AAA batteries (not included)
Suitable from 3 years
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Looks fab, can anyone verify that the wheels do act as paddles and that it doesnt sink! lol

Not the quickest thing in the water!


Not the quickest thing in the water!


Not very clear - did it actually MOVE in the water ?!
Not very clear - did it actually MOVE in the water ?!

You can hear it trying! I'd guess about 10cm over 20 seconds?

Looks pants - very slow - will give it a swerve
does anyone know of any good hovercraft type things?
Looks like that thing on the crystal maze, the game where you had to dodge the mines and drive across the little pond.
I had one when I was kid, but mine was heavy and had tank type tracks - ate battries like they were going out of fashion. It got carried away by the current in a stream once and had to run like hell and jump in to get it. This looks like smaller and faster - not bad!
Got one of these last year reduced at a garden centre for £6 and it's pants ! It's very slow and land and water and eats batteries.

Don't bother !
Thanks Andy for this deal! It has been featured on the Hotukdeals blog, Playpennies

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