Glow In The Dark Driver Ejecting Bumpercrafts
Kids love to play with bumpcars in fairs and carnivals. It may be considered rough fun, but it is relatively safe and enjoyable for many kids. But some parents cannot worry enough for some kids playing in a small arena bumping their cars with others. For kids who love it but for parents who cannot stop worrying, the Glow In The Dark Driver Ejecting Bumpercrafts may be the middle ground where both can agree.
The Glow In The Dark Driver Ejecting Bumpercrafts are remote controlled vehicles designed for bumping each other. They are like bump cars, but only in miniature scale. Kids can have fun by trying to control each bumper craft and maneuver it towards each other. What makes it different from the life-size bump car is that it features a button on one side that an opponent bumper craft needs to hit. A successful hit will eject a bumper craft driver up into the air. This gives kids some added challenge rather than just bumping each craft towards each other again and again.
The Glow In The Dark Driver Ejecting Bumpercrafts has remote controls that allows users to move the car forward, backward, left or right. The wireless remote control has a diameter range of 10′, which is big enough for playing in a vacant room in the house. It is ideal for kids from age 6 to 12 years old. It is powered by 10 AAA batteries. It is available at Hammacher Schlemmer for $60.
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