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Hot Wheels RC Nitro Speeders Chevy Camaro Car
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Hot Wheels RC Stealth Rides Nitro Speeders Collection: A super fast, highly responsive portable micro RC car that deliver amazing performance. Nitro’s come in their own carrying case, which not only serves as the remote control, but acts as a charger to keep the cars at peak performance. The Nitro's small size makes them portable so they go anywhere and are ready to race any time, any place. Built for high speed turns and spinning, Stealth Rides Nitro Speeders are the biggest little thing in the world of RC. Collect ‘em all. Each sold separately.A super fast, highly responsive portable micro RC car that deliver amazing performanceCome in their own carrying case serves as the remote control and chargerNitros small size makes them small enough to fit in your pocket, so they go wherever you goFully functioning RC vehicle that is ready to race any time, any placeNitro Speeders are the biggest little thing in the world of RC
Recommended Ages: 8 years - 12 years

Be ready to race anytime, anywhere with the RC Nitro Speeders from Hot Wheels. This fully functioning RC vehicle delivers fantastic, agile performance while being small enough to fit into your pocket. At a scale speed of 0 to 600 miles per hour in less than one second, the Nitro Speeders will make you a strong competitor wherever you go!
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RC Nitro Speeders
Chevy Camaro
Ages: Eight and up
Requires: Four AA batteries
At a Glance:
Scale speed of 0 to 600 miles per hour
High-speed turns and responsive control in all directions
Pocket-size, multipurpose remote controller/charger/carrying case so you can take Nitro Speeder with you everywhere
Hot Wheels RC Nitro Speeders
Sleek and lightweight with aerodynamic design. View larger. Hot Wheels RC Nitro Speeders
Super-powered charger keeps the car at peak performance. View larger.
Mobility on the Ground and in Your Pocket
The RC Nitro Speeders are designed so all parts can fit inside your pocket and go wherever you go. The remote controller doubles as a charging deck, consolidating two separate functions in a single efficient tool. The remote also serves as a carrying case, featuring a small, clear compartment that easily holds the Nitro Speeder. This way, you can carry all the tools you need in one simple piece that fits comfortably in your hand.
High Speeds and Precise Driving
With their small size and microchip technology, Nitro Speeders can make super-precise, high-speed turns and feature responsive control in all directions. The high-power, rechargeable battery dodges any unnecessary weight, and two 30,000-rpm motors supply power to each set of wheels. Super-size tires increase the Nitro Speeders' traction, propelling the vehicle forward, in reverse, and around sharp turns at a scale speed of 0 to 600 miles per hour.
Promotes Coordination and Strategy
Our testers were impressed by the acceleration and speed the Nitro Speeders could reach, and had fun learning how to use the controllers to make swift, sharp turns on hard indoor surfaces. Testers found that at first the extreme speeds of the Nitro Speeders often caused the vehicles to flip over. However, after reading the quick tips in the provided instructions and some practice with the controller, the drivers' coordination improved and Nitro Speeders became easier to drive.
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The remote controller requires four AA batteries (not included).
What's in the Box
Nitro Speeder Chevy Camaro car, multipurpose remote controller/charger/carrying case, and instructions for use.

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