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World of Nintendo Mario Kart Mini Anti-Gravity RC Racer

*Disclaimer - I received the product in this post from JAKKS Pacific in order to facilitate this review. 

Do your kids love remote control vehicles? 


When it comes to toys, our oldest and 3-year-old sons love remote control vehicles, regardless of what it is. This is going to make our toddler very excited to play with! You can find this one on the JAKKS website, HERE! I know our oldest will likely want to share this one when he sees his brother got it. 



He loves to do things himself and enjoys watching his brother play Mario Kart on video games sometimes, so I know he will love this one. This is going to be a fun toy to show him how to use. Once your child gets use to the smaller buttons on the handheld remote for controlling the Mario Kart, he or she will be good to go! 

This RC Racer has a 100-foot range and has two driving modes! You can use it both indoors and outdoors alike, but I prefer using RC products indoors just so that it lasts longer for our kids to play with because they are rough with outdoor toys. It's a pretty fast remote control racer too. I like how the speed isn't slow, but it's not SUPER fast either. I'd say it has a speed of medium to fast. I am excited to see the feature that I found saying that it can drift, so I'll have to show our kids how to get it to do that too.

It's made for ages 4 and up, so he'll be close to being 3 1/2 when he gets it. The concept of using the remote is pretty easy to teach a toddler how to use too, so keep that in mind when you decide whether or not you want to get this for your child. It'll be a fun one to play with for sure.

2 comments :

  1. How is the speed on this? Does it go fast? Is it pretty easy to control?

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  2. Once your child gets use to the small buttons on the handheld remote for controlling the Mario Kart, he or she will be good to go for making it go and shouldn't lose control of it either.



    It's a pretty fast remote control racer too. I like how the speed isn't too slow like some, but it's not SUPER fast either. I'd say it has a speed of medium to fast. I am excited to see the feature that I found saying that it can drift, so I'll have to show our kids how to get it to do that too.

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