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Silverlit Ferrari Bluetooth Car £10 @ Tesco Bar Hill In Store, possibly nationally
Silverlit Ferrari Bluetooth Car £10 @ Tesco Bar Hill In Store, possibly nationally

Silverlit Ferrari Bluetooth Car £10 @ Tesco Bar Hill In Store, possibly nationally

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Bluetooth remote controlled car, only a tenner, much more expensive everywhere else.
looks like it might be a national deal.

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Which store? I missed buying one online a few weeks ago.

just for info but tesco Durham has the helicopters in for £8

Original Poster

that big stack of them was in Tesco Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire.
sorry for lack of detail, one of the first times I've ever used the mobile app.

speculatrix

that big stack of them was in Tesco Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire.sorry for … that big stack of them was in Tesco Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire.sorry for lack of detail, one of the first times I've ever used the mobile app.


Thanks, but too far away from me

Original Poster

I think the deal is national because they had a properly printed price sign

speculatrix

I think the deal is national because they had a properly printed price … I think the deal is national because they had a properly printed price sign


I've tried the two stores closest to me and neither of them have them. I am guessing that it's the mega stores that have got them in stock and the nearest one of those is a good hour away.

stress321

just for info but tesco Durham has the helicopters in for £8


Cheers, they are £10 online. None in my local stores though

Original Poster

Sadly, although there is an android app, it's utterly cr*p.
It successfully initiates pairing, and shows the car in list of devices, but won't actually connect and control it.

I tried this on three different devices, all had the same problem. LG G Pad 8.3" (4.4.2), Sony Xperia Z Ultra (4.4.2) and a Galaxy Note 8 (4.2.2)

speculatrix

Sadly, although there is an android app, it's utterly cr*p.It … Sadly, although there is an android app, it's utterly cr*p.It successfully initiates pairing, and shows the car in list of devices, but won't actually connect and control it.I tried this on three different devices, all had the same problem. LG G Pad 8.3" (4.4.2), Sony Xperia Z Ultra (4.4.2) and a Galaxy Note 8 (4.2.2)


I've got an iPad, but no Ferrari :-(

Thanks stress321, bought the helicopter

I have the Ferrari and the Helicopter.
The Ferrari is great fun for £10. Nice little touches like indicators, hazard lights and headlamps.
As for the helicopter, charges from USB which is good but difficult to control indoors but that's probably just me being useless.

thanks OP. Bought it over the weekend.
Edited by: "manoj123" 30th Jun 2014
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