ARGOS - 2 FOR £15 ON REMOTE CONTROLLED CARS!
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ARGOS - 2 FOR £15 ON REMOTE CONTROLLED CARS!

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ARGOS - 2 FOR £15 ON REMOTE CONTROLLED CARS!
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Lamborghini Super Leggera Radio Controlled Car

2869935.jpgGear Maxx Radio Controlled Bugatti Vision GT 1:26

2869935.jpgAudi R8 Radio Controlled Car

2869935.jpgNew Bright RC Ferrari 1:24

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Check out some other great remote controlled cars in the 2 for £30 offer at Argos too!

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Just avoid any made by new bright, total garbage, I bought several thousand of them once to sell in my business, over 40% returns.
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Wait till 2030 and these will be in your main dealer. Thanks to Elon Musk or Google..
Just avoid any made by new bright, total garbage, I bought several thousand of them once to sell in my business, over 40% returns.
They look cheap and rubbish
If you want theses master piece cars pay more and get better quality...
Oh i always wanted a Lamborghini, now its time to get it.
The 2 for £15 cars are normally poor quality and the 2 for £30 last longer and are bigger
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Nice post, thanks @Snowy2611 most of those are £12.99 each, so getting 2 for £15 is great! Always good for the 'prezzy drawer'
Always been on at this, poor quality not a deal
Heat added - there is also a Porsche 911 GT3 RS...
My daughter bought two of these but one remote works both cars so can't actually race them. Anyway round this ?
Need to make sure the cars are not on the same frequency or you won't be able to race them
It's not really a deal to be fair as I got 2 may last year
The R8 looks awesome. Nice find. Reserved two for my boy. Thanks OP.
Makes a good present for the kids. Heat. Personally dont like the remote
you_gotta_be_kidding13 h, 18 m ago

Just avoid any made by new bright, total garbage, I bought several …Just avoid any made by new bright, total garbage, I bought several thousand of them once to sell in my business, over 40% returns.


Can confirm, they are absolutely terrible, on the other hand, RASTAR 1:14 RC cars are brilliantly made, very high quality - and can double as a model vehicle as they do not have any visible aerials. Have owned 2 (Audi R8 Le Mans + BMW M3), both work perfectly fine (had them around 3 years). The 1:24 cars are slightly lower quality, but 1:14 are superbly made.
They were this price before Christmas too, nothings changed.
honeybunny104 h, 55 m ago

My daughter bought two of these but one remote works both cars so can't …My daughter bought two of these but one remote works both cars so can't actually race them. Anyway round this ?




Unless the have a switch on them to change the freqency that they use, no. It is possible to swap out the crystal in them, but depending on what freqency they're setup to use you may run into annoying more people than just the other driver of the RC car.

Check the box to see if it says it's freqency, usually 27mhz or 49mhz somtehing long the lines of that. The argos site is really poor when it comes to telling you what freqency they run on and im not sure why they don't tell you this - more so when they sell two as a bundled price. You could take one back and ask the store staff to check the boxes if there are any alternate freqency numbers and swap it out, but the way their warehouse are organised they may not be able to even find the cars easily to check.

even worse with the 27mhz transmitters is interference from other things, cheap LED lights,DSL modems and lots of other things can make the cars act weird when you're trying to control them. luckily the range on the cars isn't that far, usually around 10-20 ft or so. so it's minimised.

If you really want your kids to enjoy RC, your best bet is give them back to argos for a refund, look on ebay for listing that include different freqencies and buy one of each. There is typically 5 alpha freqency set aside for 27mhz so you should be able to get at least 4 different cars without going for more expensive RC setups.
Si__3rd Jan

Unless the have a switch on them to change the freqency that they use, no. …Unless the have a switch on them to change the freqency that they use, no. It is possible to swap out the crystal in them, but depending on what freqency they're setup to use you may run into annoying more people than just the other driver of the RC car.Check the box to see if it says it's freqency, usually 27mhz or 49mhz somtehing long the lines of that. The argos site is really poor when it comes to telling you what freqency they run on and im not sure why they don't tell you this - more so when they sell two as a bundled price. You could take one back and ask the store staff to check the boxes if there are any alternate freqency numbers and swap it out, but the way their warehouse are organised they may not be able to even find the cars easily to check.even worse with the 27mhz transmitters is interference from other things, cheap LED lights,DSL modems and lots of other things can make the cars act weird when you're trying to control them. luckily the range on the cars isn't that far, usually around 10-20 ft or so. so it's minimised.If you really want your kids to enjoy RC, your best bet is give them back to argos for a refund, look on ebay for listing that include different freqencies and buy one of each. There is typically 5 alpha freqency set aside for 27mhz so you should be able to get at least 4 different cars without going for more expensive RC setups.


Thankyou so much for your advice will have another look at them over the weekend.
These are rubbish my son bought 2 out of his Xmas money,they both worked off the same remote ,totally useless
Can u get one on lease?
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