From the world famous remote control car manufacturers
Nikko, comes one of the smallest infrared racers around, the iRacer.
It's the tiny car which boasts some cool functions,
its gun-grip handset, fits nicely into your hand making it very
easy to manoeuvre. We believe it to be the most excellent remote
controlled car ever invented and it's also one of the smallest
measuring just over 4cms.
||The ultimate executive toy
to circuit the desk jotter, this minute car lives inside the
handset which is a fast charger, taking only two minutes to
power up, allowing the car to run for 10 mins consecutively.
Powered by 4 x AA batteries (not included). Flip the top of
the handset and slot the car to connect to charge.
With more features than most of its counterparts,
this car allows you to quite literally drive it around the desk.
You are sure to find the handling most impressive, a unique steering
wheel feature enables to car to be directed more accurately. The
cornering and power switches give you an all-together better drive
and the accelerator trim can be adjusted, to suit your speed requirements.
So you can finely, tune your vehicles handling towards you.
Available in 6 models: Subaru Impreza,
Mini Cooper (red), Mini
Cooper (yellow), Mercedes
(silver) and Mitsubishi
(red) .The iRacers work on various channels. From 1
- 5 you and an opponent can race your iRacers against one
This is great for an Interoffice Rally Championship or Grand
Prix with your mates.
The iRacer is reason alone to keep your
desk tidy, however, if the boardroom is free
Colours and designs may vary from that shown.
Each model is on a different frequency so please select different
models in order to race them.
Specifications and Features: Length x
Width x Height: 45x25x25mm; Scale: 1/70
Frequency: 27MHZ Band, 5 Frequencies; Stering Wheel Control; Batteries:
4x AA; Handset Houses Charger ; 5 Channel Infared range of 7 metres;
Cornering Selector Switch; Detailed Body Work; Full function r/c;
inbuilt charger; full drivers handbook; pre-built chassis.
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