Turbo Panther Remote Control Car by Nikko
60th Anniversary Edition
Remote controlled cars have come a long way since I was a kid. They are faster, more lightweight, run longer and best of all they don’t require a lot of batteries. Check out the next generation of remote controlled vehicles. The Turbo Panther Remote Control Car 60th Anniversary Edition by Nikko!
We received a sample from Nikko for promotional purposes. Opinions in this post are honest, and our own, and have not been altered or influenced in any way.
The Turbo Panther 60th Anniversary Edition is equipped with working suspension, the ability to reach top speeds of 15km/hr and allows you to race up to 10 friends!
This beauty is so easy to set up! First, all you need to do is remove the usb charging station cover at the bottom of the car.
Next, simply unravel the usb cord and plug the usb charger into your computer or wall adapter and charge for 90 minutes.
Once charged, the only thing left to do is place the batteries into the hand held remote control. You’ll be happy to know that the batteries come with the car!
For over 60 years Nikko has pushed radio control to the limit! Toy State’s Remote Control vehicles are tested under the harshest conditions to ensure they have the quality and endurance to keep up with whatever you dish out.
The car comes complete with instructions on how to maneuver the vehicle. It won’t take long before you can race down lane ways, make turns and go forwards and backwards without having to look at the control or give it a second thought.
Although the Turbo Panther is geared towards children 8 and up, younger kids can use it with adult supervision. My son Richard (25) and grandson Jayce (who’s 6) were taking turns operating the car. They could play with it for hours. This car can easily traverse along concrete, asphalt, sand, gravel, wood chips and grass. You will find, however, that taller and thicker grass will stop the race car. The car goes quite fast and whizzes along plus it has a far range it can travel. Richard’s favorite feature is the Turbo Button (The N logo) located in the middle of the controller. It give an extra bit of boost that will rocket propel the car forward for that extra burst of speed to win a race.
This little beast can take a beating and keep on racing! The suspension really allows the car to almost effortlessly skip along and go across any surface.
The Turbo Panther 60th Anniversary Edition Remote Control Car by Nikko is so new that I couldn’t find where to purchase. That said, the Toy State website says that their products can be purchased at WalMart, Toys R Us, Target and K-Mart or purchase online at Amazon.com. Similar cars cost around the $60.oo range and up.
Christine is a mom, grandmother to an energetic 6yr old and newborn grandson born January 28th, 2018. Christine is also a fur mom to one ‘fur baby’, a dog named Tracker who is never far from Christine’s side. A devoted gardener, during the spring and summer months Christine can normally be found tending to her flower and vegetable gardens. Living in Southern Ontario near Lake Erie, Christine enjoys spending time outdoors and is an avid hiker. She also loves doing small diy projects in her spare time.
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