With a machine like this tank you can rule the world! This unique Remote Control Tank literally blows everything else off the battlefield. Groups of automotive demonstration function and auto-programming function. This Remote Control Tank does everything you could hope for and so much more. Remote Control Tank allows to battle at once while keeping score.Remote Control Battle Tanks can avoid damage and overcome obstacles with ease.This Remote Control Tanks model makes great gift for any tank enthusiast.This Remote Control Tank is capable of extreme speed and acceleration. This remote control tank can provide the best handling, most durable, and easiest to drive off road. It's wheels drive gives maximum acceleration, speed and stopping power and a responsive steering system allows for wonderful cornering.
Other Thoughts:I bought this for my son's 13th birthday. He has really enjoyed it. It survived my seven year old and 19 month old daughters taking it out of his room and playing around with it, so it is pretty durable. I was impressed at some of the things he was able to drive it over without having to pick it up and move it
Other Thoughts:For anybody who would love to start Model building on Military vehicles, I would recommend this. It gives exclusive detail into paint and should take you less than five days to build. I do not recommend using spray paints as it says because it gets messy and complicated. With the weathering kit this model looks even more beautiful. I'd say this is a great model for anyone who wants a cheap, easy, beginners model.
Other Thoughts:I must say this is an exceptional tank. It is well constructed, with a attention to the detail. The firing mechanism has a safety to prevent accidents and the overall motion is very realistic. My son loves to play with it and I can't resist a few minutes of fun neither. Certainly a keeper.
Other Thoughts:At first, we thought that we had a defective product. To get it to move, we had to be touching the hand unit to the tank to get it to communicate. After checking the hand RC control, we figured out that you must first take the back panel off the control box, push the antenna through the hole at the top, and then screw in the antenna directly to the circuit board at the bottom. Once all that is done, the tank operates wonderfully! The radio range is great! My son is having a great time with it...real fun toy!