So you know get a little bit more detail on a little bit of information. I guess kind of a small review, so sit back, enjoy. Leave a comment down below and let us know how we do this week’s one is on the the wall: climbing remote control, car from smith’s toys that we paid 12.99 for it, which is really cheap for a remote control. Car historically we’ve not had a a great deal of luck with cheap remote control cars, but this one seems to to really kind of to break that mold. We, you know we are cheating tomorrow. You know i say it’s an unboxing, i won’t lie. We we’ve had this out for for a week or two now and i’ve, been playing with it. Loads and and it’s been it’s, been really good fun like say it was cheap. You know normally these things last three or four days and then they’re in the bin or back to shop for a replacement. But this one’s been been great. So, as you can see from the box, it’s it’s small it’s it’s quite light it’s it’s made from like a really sort of lightweight plastic. So you know when you put on the ceiling and it inevitably does fall off it’s it’s not going to smash the bits when it lands on the floor. We’Ve got a laminate floor and there are quite a lot of the house, and you know: it’s took some. Some right falls from from the ceiling to the floor and still working the controller, as you can see, now is it’s.
Actually quite big. I mean i’ve got massive hands but it’s quite a hefty remote control. You know the the age rating of the the car is is eight plus uh. You know charlie charlie’s four and he loves him. You know it’s it’s, quite big in his hands, but it’s it’s. Not too big that you know a small child can’t have a go and and have a play over it’s it’s got a fair amount of weight to it, as i’ll show you later on. In the the video it takes uh, i think it’s, six batteries, six double a batteries. It takes so it’s worth bearing in mind. You know on the screen. At the moment, you can see it’s just sort of demonstrating the sort of a three way switch on the back of the car, there’s off there’s floor mode and then there’s wall mode um. This sort of clip is just demonstrating they’re in in floor mode. Also in the box is this: this flimsy sort of lightweight charger um. I guess some of the the cost saving exercises are quite apparent in this uh. One thing i do recommend is don’t. Leave this charging. Why you’re? Not in the house, we we’ve had a cheap, remote control car before that the plug started melting on it so i’d always always recommend sort of charging it when you’re in to keep an eye on it. So, just opening the back of this this when you can see like say six, six batteries i’ll just just move that over there.
So you know i’m, not sponsored by dave. Don’T do uh no sponsorships for cheap batteries. Although we do use, we try and use rechargeables as best as we can, because these things we’ll just eat, eat batteries alive. I think the batteries in this aren’t too bad. Actually, i think we get a get a good couple of hours of play time out of it um, so it’s not too bad from a battery cost perspective, so i’ll i’ll shut up now, like i say, the the car is highly recommended for 12.99. It it’s hard to to argue against it really we’ve had loads of fun with it, and you know the quality for the price seems to be quite good, so yeah. We would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for uh, you know a remote control car. That is a little bit bit unique overall, given the price it’s, a solid tour, you know 12.99, you can’t really argue with it, especially for the the fun we’ve had so i’ll give a solid eight out of ten. So let us know down below what you thought of the video like say: it was our first one so i’m keen to to make sure it was delivering the content. Everyone was expecting, you know, leave a comment, give us a thumbs up or a thumbs down. If you know you didn’t enjoy it, i’ll leave a link in the description to where you can buy the car. In case you want to get your own one and we’ll uh we’ll see you next time, Music.