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Road Rippers Mobile Command Remote Controlled Car



Hi Neighbors!

My husband decided to write this post for me.  Here is what he wrote:

Have we got a toy for you here, At the Fence!  In fact the box reads ages seven and up, but with this nifty Road Rippers remote control vehicle, buyers could go all the way up to Dad's age!  Everyone knows that when dad buys a remote control vehicle for his son, he is just waiting for a chance to play kid again!  And this RC is high class with an easy-to-hold controller, not like some that are too bulky or too small to be utilized comfortably.  This design by Road Rippers is full function and you might ask, "What does that mean?"  How about a Mobile Command Unit with full motion, yes, that's right, it turns in all directions and races, yes, I said races, forward and in reverse!  Nonstop action!  Very durable the Road Ripper remote control is of course, completely wireless, no wires to get tangled when you are the driver of this sleek sports car!  Mine is the Dodge Viper, one of the nicest cars out there with that sporty look, so that was a perfect choice by the makers of RR Remote Control vehicles.  Make your own personalized course or just have fun dodging through the living room furniture, you make the track with the Mobile Command RC cars!  Even try outside for some extra fun, a driveway or for a great time, gather up some friends and head to the city park.  If dad persists you can even let him come along (especially since he might be the one driving your group to the park) and get involved in the fun.  Outings like this are doubly enjoyable when there are two Road Rippers that can compete against each other!  And when it seems like there is no other way to enjoy your new toy, try it outside or with the lights out in the house, as the Road Rippers all come with working headlights!  It doesn't get much better than a Road Ripper RC car!


Now me:

Road Rippers, handle great.  We had them speeding around our dining room.  It is much too cold and snowy to take them outside.  Our dog, Grace, wasn't sure exactly what was racing around the floor.  She would try to get close, but if it went in her direction she took off running, only to return seconds later. They really are nice cars.  I am looking forward to sharing them with some little boys who are coming to visit us soon, if I can keep it away from the adults!



Road Rippers are available in three different styles: the Dodge Viper, Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang.  All three look pretty nice! They require 4 AA and 3 AAA batteries.

Thanks for stopping by At the Fence!  Looking forward to seeing you soon!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Comments

Hope said…
These look like really neat cars-I'm sure my brother would love to have one of them.
ARWmamaoffive said…
I love this! My oldest just received a RC car for Christmas and has been having a blast with it - the fact that this one doesn't have wires everywhere is very appealing!

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