When it comes to children’s toys, the ones that move seem to capture and hold their attention. Kids Toys Shop in Lahore have a remote control car for kids is an excellent choice for a birthday or special occasion gift that will grow with the child.
Remove any memories of unwieldy, difficult-to-control vehicles from your childhood. remote control cars for kids will be as sleek as their full-sized counterparts by 2021.
There is a wide variety available at Kids Toys Shop in Lahore, with something for everyone. From cars you can take with you on the go to stunt racers and even cars and trains you can control with an app or video game console, there is something for everyone. Most of these use a 2.4GHz RC wireless receiver, which has a range of up to 80m, speeds of up to 20km/h, and allows players to race multiple cars simultaneously.
Remember that most of these require more batteries than you can imagine (we counted seven for one), typically a combination of AA and AAA batteries because the car and the remote frequently use different battery sizes. Even those with charging cables usually require two batteries for the controller.
What we tested
Throughout the summer, we tested these cars at home, in the park, and on playdates with various children. They’ve raced, done quadruple flips downstairs, navigated different terrains in dry and wet weather, been played with by humans of all genders and ages, and almost run over many tiny toes.
Stunt car with a remote control that transforms
We’re a little obsessed with 2-in-1 toys. So this car piqued our interest right away. Press a button and transform from a fast flat car to a high-level off-roader. It’s great fun because it climbs on everything, races along walls. Scales stacks of books, and even drives upside down without requiring a person to read over and readjust it constantly.
Plus, it looks just as good inside as it does outside. You can press a button to make the car move on its own if you want it to. The price is reasonable for everything it provides, and it’s less of a hassle to charge than some others.
Barbie radio-controlled dream car Bladez
This sleek Barbie car promises to transport any doll, but our testers will confirm it does much more. It fits a wide range of toys at Kids Toys Shop in Lahore, from stuffed animals to baby dolls, into the passenger and driver’s seats some of whom were rather large. Given that no other RC car we tested could accept passengers, this makes it a fantastic ride.
We also like the stylish front and back lights and the simple controller. Our only criticism? This RC car necessitates a large number of batteries at the outset. And we’d appreciate it if it came in color other than pink.
Nintendo Switch Home Circuit Game
This is the future of RC cars, and it looks like a real-life Mario Kart, complete with a racing car, gates, and arrow markers to set up in your space. This works with the Switch (and can be played on your TV) and transports you from your living room to the desert and the sea, where other Mario characters come to life and race alongside you. Mushrooms give you a boost, just like in the video game version, while red shells slow you down.
For parents concerned about their children’s screen time, this game offers the best of both worlds, as our testers wandered around following and guiding the Kart on its journey. It can accommodate multiple players simultaneously, but each must have its Kart.
Megalodon from Spin Master Monster Jam
The Megalodon is a car is that makes you look twice. Every child who saw it, regardless of age, wanted it. The impressive ability to take a beating. This guy went spinning and bashing its way down staircases too many times to count and its wheels. Which power over any terrain including tile, wood, stone, fake grass, and water, are among Megalodon’s virtues. Megalodon can also spin in circles and was one of the fastest of the bunch, making it suitable for older children.
Spin Master air hogs jump with ferocity.
This RC car is great for various reasons: it’s lightweight so that you can take it anywhere, and it has foam wheels that won’t scratch your floors. It also has an incredible jumping ability, as it can fly downstairs and spring up to 55 cm in the air. While we couldn’t quite get it to leap over objects as advertised, with a 200ft range, it’s impressive even when it isn’t.