** Ferrari 458 / Lamborghini Veneno / Mercedes-Benz SLS Remote Control Cars now £5 @ Halfords (Free RnC) **
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** Ferrari 458 / Lamborghini Veneno / Mercedes-Benz SLS Remote Control Cars now £5 @ Halfords (Free RnC) **

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Found 28th Jan 2016
3 remote control vehicles available: Ferrari 458 / Lamborghini Veneno / Mercedes-Benz SLS

Cars are controlled by a fully functioning multi-directional channel controller reaching speeds of up to 5.4kph. This high speed fun toy features rubber tyre details and it is suitable for children aged 8+.

Highly detailed racing car model
Fully functioning multi-directional channel controller
Rubber tyres
3 x AAA batteries required for controller (not included)
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Great deal thanks
Nice find

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/032010/1269709631_cleaning-ferrari.gif
Got it for Christmas, eats batteries very nicely oO
Great, reserved all three
imposibble to get an insurance quote,cold
Videos on YouTube seem to indicate that it's the car that takes the AAA batteries, the controller uses a 9V battery.
daydreamer44

Got it for Christmas, eats batteries very nicely oO;)


of course they would do as they are super cars
We got one at this price Halfords just before xmas, didn't work so went back got refund, only worth £5 if that to be honest.
Edited by: "frostyclock" 29th Jan 2016
Bought one of these fir the dog at Christmas. They are good for a fiver, however they barely work on carpet and have awful range.
Still a lot of fun for winding up pets though.
Got one at Xmas - Right turn didn't work . Useless
They are fantastically well made for a fiver, but just a note to check when you purchase... We bought three at Xmas and they were all on the same channel so couldn't be raced which was really annoying.
I bought 2 of these last year and they're pretty good. The only problem is that they were the same frequency, so we couldn't do races as intended. We may have been unlucky but it may be that they only make it with one frequency.
TehJumpingJawa

Videos on YouTube seem to indicate that it's the car that takes the AAA … Videos on YouTube seem to indicate that it's the car that takes the AAA batteries, the controller uses a 9V battery.



​Yes, that's correct.
5.4 kph?
What's that in human?
3 pints?
Also same price in morrisons,if you can't get to halfords
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