Specifications: Product Name: Remote Control Aircraft Carrier Model Number: Ti-3319 Color: Silver Remote Control Function: Go Forward/Backward, Turn Left/Right Switch: Auto Turn On/Off (Water Detection) Remote Control Frequency: 2.4 G Charging Time: 10 – 12 Minutes Working Time: About 8 Minutes (Fully Charged) Remote Control Distance: 10 – 15 Meters Item Battery: 2.4 V / 100 mAh Lithium Battery (Included) Contorller Battery: 4 x AA Battery (Not Included) Certificates: EN71/ 7P/ HR4040/ EN60825/ EN62115/ RTTE/ ROHS Aircraft Carrier Size: 15.5 x 5.3 x 5.7 cm Aircraft Carrier Weight: 57 g Package Size: 17 x 8.5 x 7.5 cm Package Weight: 221 g
Package Included： 1 x Remote Control Aircraft Carrier 1 x Remote Controller 1 x English Manual
High Simulation Aircraft Carrier Design, Great Water Toy for Kids.
Remote Control Function: Go Forward, Go Backward, Turn Right, Turn Left
Water Detection: When You Put It into Water, It will Turn On; When It Leaves Water, It will Turn Off Automatically.
Remote Control Distance: 10-15 M, Charging Time: 10-12 Min, Working Time: About 8 Min
Aircraft Carrier Comes with Built-in Battery which Can Be Charged by the Controller. Controller Battery: 4 x AA Battery (Not Included)
Features: This adorable 3 wheeled ride is great for indoor and outdoor use. It has a simple 3 step folding system which allows you to unfold (and fold) in seconds! Light weight and compact the Fly Bike is perfect for a trip to the park. The unique Design will help build Balance and coordination, while the 3 wheels add stability.
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Smooth, quiet and easy to ride
No assembly required
Helps develop balance and steering skills
Easy to fold for transport and storage; Compact and lightweight to carry
Takara Tomy’s hotly anticipated Playstation Optimus Prime is now available for pre-order. The Autobot leader looks even better than the first color images had suggested and even features painted connection ports on his back.
While I’m not sure that I necessarily like Optimus more than the Sega Mega Drive (Genesis) Megatron, I find the design quite a bit more impressive the more we see of it. Like many of my colleagues, I also would have preferred that Optimus Prime’s alt mode be a Super Nintendo (thus evoking the 16-bit console wars) although I suppose a SNES might work nicer with Soundwave from a logistical standpoint as Laserbeak, Rampage, and so forth could be used as cartridges.
At a ¥10,000 list price, I doubt that I’ll bother picking up the Playstation Optimus Prime but I imagine that more eager (and less frugal) fans may jump on these pre-orders