RC 1:14 Lamborghini Huracan £8.25 TESCO DIRECT (FREE NEXT DAY C&C)
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RC 1:14 Lamborghini Huracan £8.25 TESCO DIRECT (FREE NEXT DAY C&C)

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Found 16th Dec 2016Made hot 16th Dec 2016
RC 1:14 Lamborghini Huracan £8.25 TESCO DIRECT

FREE NEXT DAY C&C

Put yourself in the driver's seat with this officially licensed and fully functioning radio controlled Lamborghini Huracán. Capable of moving forward, left, right as well as in reverse and stopping, this 1:14 scale model features realistic paintwork and detailing. It is ultra-light with a crash-resistant body and is able to withstand bumps and knocks at speed.

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HAPPY SHOPPING!!!

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2 for £15 in argos

It's wired controller, I got this and returned it as it'll get ripped in my house, ideal for the showcase though

How fast does this normal goes?

Not a real lambo - cold X)

closest ill get to a lambo hot
http://25.media.tumblr.com/239015172caa48f3505d6ae66ec0436a/tumblr_mjn00foVHJ1r3q9wio1_r1_500.gif

pompey87

It's wired controller, I got this and returned it as it'll get ripped in … It's wired controller, I got this and returned it as it'll get ripped in my house, ideal for the showcase though



What do you mean wired controller? Is it not RC?!

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issy012

Not a real lambo - cold X)



​It's officially licensed dummy!

If this is made by Rastar then it's definitely worth it, their car models for RC cars are better than most diecast ones.

Thanks ordered

TehJumpingJawa

What do you mean wired controller? Is it not RC?!



Description says radio controlled when googled. Have ordered so will find out tomorrow

Does anyone know what battery it takes?

pompey87

It's wired controller, I got this and returned it as it'll get ripped in … It's wired controller, I got this and returned it as it'll get ripped in my house, ideal for the showcase though


It does say the word radio.One wonders

I'm guessing these are all single, fixed frequency?
So no point buying both the Lambo and the Audi to be run together?

everypennycounts

2 for £15 in argos



These cars are 2 for £30 @ Argos.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 17th Dec 2016

TehJumpingJawa

I'm guessing these are all single, fixed frequency?So no point buying … I'm guessing these are all single, fixed frequency?So no point buying both the Lambo and the Audi to be run together?These cars are 2 for £30 @ Argos.


not sure what your trying to say

I think these were on sale at Halfrauds last year. If so, these are really high quality & excellent value.

Anyone know what is the fastest radio version then, and how fast does it go?

leeparsons

not sure what your trying to say



Traditional RC operates at particular band & frequency.
In this country, either 27MHz band (13 frequencies), or 40MHz (35 frequencies).
If cars operate at the same frequency band(or close to it), they'll interfere.

More sophisticated RC vehicles support either manual, or automatic frequency/band hopping to avoid interference and allow multiple concurrent usage.
Simpler RC vehicles are hard wired for a single band, and have poor transmitters that flood many frequencies. This limits concurrent usage to a maximum of 2 devices, and requires the retailer to send one 27MHz vehicle & one 40MHz.

The transmitters on these do not appear to support frequency or band selection, and I very much doubt they have automatic hopping.
There is no packaging shown to indicate frequency and/or band. Thus there appears to be no way of knowing if two cars will run together or not.

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 17th Dec 2016

TehJumpingJawa

Traditional RC operates at particular band & frequency.In this country, … Traditional RC operates at particular band & frequency.In this country, either 27MHz band (13 frequencies), or 40MHz (35 frequencies).If cars operate at the same frequency band(or close to it), they'll interfere.More sophisticated RC vehicles support either manual, or automatic frequency/band hopping to avoid interference and allow multiple concurrent usage.Simpler RC vehicles are hard wired for a single band, and have poor transmitters that flood many frequencies. This limits concurrent usage to a maximum of 2 devices, and requires the retailer to send one 27MHz vehicle & one 40MHz.The transmitters on these do not appear to support frequency or band selection, and I very much doubt they have automatic hopping.There is no packaging shown to indicate frequency and/or band. Thus there appears to be no way of knowing if two cars will run together or not.


I knew that, makes sense Just wasnt sure what you was referring to at first glance.

Well..... as predicted, Tesco supplied 2 cars both tuned to 27.145MHz

The cars look great, so would rather not return them. I wonder if it's retuneable......
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