Ford Explorer Police Inspired Kids Ride On Car with Remote Control | White/Black

Save 34%

With a gleaming black and white stunning lacquer finish, our Police Ride On Car is a fine display with flashing lights and bulllbar for extra muscle. Open the workable doors and your little will love the start button, horn, forward and reverse, speed switch and easy to reach accelerator pedal. With an upgraded 70W twin motor, the police ride on car handles exceptionally well. Its impact-absorbing all-wheel suspension and anti-slip tyres ensure a smooth and gripping drive. Play your favorite tunes on the move with the MP3 connectivity that links up to an IOS or Android device easily on top of the built-in music.A comfy sports seat comes with a sturdy seat belt, while an adult remote override control allows the parent to take over should the need arise. With a run time of up to two hours on the single charge from the twin 6V4.5aH batteries, the  car is easily rechargeable from a SAA-approved battery charger for even more fun on repeat mode.

Ford Explorer Style police car
Stunning lacquer finish
Mounted protection design
Upgraded 70W twin motor
Four wheels suspension
Soft speed system
Striking headlights and reversing lights
Flashing lights with music
MP3 connection for personal song
Workable doors with safety lock
Adult remote override control
3 speed select
Sports seat with safety belt
Anti-slip wheels
SAA approved battery charger
Suitable for children 3 years and above
Complies with EN71 Standard Safety of Toys

Control mode: Manual or remote
Motor: 70W (2 x 35W)
Battery: 6V4.5AH*2
Speed: 3-8 KM/H, depending on weight
Mode: High / Low
Load capacity: 30kg
Operating time: up to 2 hours per full charge
Built-in music: Yes
Flashing light: Yes
Power indicator: Included
Seat belt: Adjustable
User: 3 - 8 years old
Dimension: 116 x 67 x 50cm

Package Contents
1 x Ride On Car
1 x Use Manual
1 x Battery Charger
1 x Remote Controller

You recently viewed

Clear recently viewed

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from $64.66 with what's this?