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Chicco Radio Control Johnny Coupe

Chicco Radio Control Johnny Coupe is controlled by a remote control and can move in four directions- forward, backward, forward left and forward right. It features working headlights and taillights for a realistic look. It can be used indoors and outdoors with rubberized tires that don't damage the floor.

Why You'll Love It: When not in use, the remote can be attached in the toy car that makes it easy to store.

Age: 2 years up

  • Easy to use remote control
  • Moves in four directions
  • Features working headlights and taillights
  • Ideal for both indoor and outdoor play
  • Rubberized wheels prevent damage to floors

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Popularity: #13 in Boutique Toys, #42 in Action Figures & Vehicles, #33 in Toys & Books
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Chicco Radio Control Johnny Coupe

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ChiccoR/C Johnny Coupe

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do not waste your money!

By olbatros

from Astoria, NY

About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

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    • Breaks Easily
    • Difficult to Control
    • Flimsy
    • Poor Construction

    Best Uses

      Comments about R/C Johnny Coupe:

      poor quality! the car is not running either on carper or hardwood floor. too complicated to control. i would not recommend it...

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      Great Design--but only 1 FOOT range!!!

      By Roberto

      from Los Angeles, CA

      About Me First Time Parent, Stay At Home Parent, Working Parent


      • Durable
      • Easy To Assemble
      • Easy to Operate
      • Well Constructed


      • Batteries Not Included
      • Difficult to Control

      Best Uses

      • All Ages
      • Indoors
      • Outdoors

      Comments about R/C Johnny Coupe:

      Chicco makes splendidly designed products and constructed BUT NOT REMOTE CONTROL CARS. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON ANY CHICCO REMOTE CONTROL: PRODUCT.

      The first Chicco model we got had a special steering wheel control meant for 2-year-olds which allowed children to steer it with a realistic steering wheel and no levers. It worked HORRIBLY. The steering was SO squirly-herky-jerky that the thing NEVER went the way you wanted it to. The range was ok, as it worked from about 20-feet which is fine and the fact that it had an internal antenna and thus, nothing to break, was great but the steering made it a no go. The overall construction and materials were SUPERB though, so they've just gotta' get the electronics down now.

      The next car we got was this one and we were really jazzed when we opened it and it again, had an antenna-less remote and it actually stored right inside the car in a clever design that actually made it part of the car body--AWESOME!!! Again, SUPERB materials and construction. Then we tried it out and it wouldn't work beyond 2-feet from the controller which kinda' defeats the purpose of remote control, wouldn't ya say? In both cases we were using nothing but brand new Duracell batteries straight from the package which we double-checked with a battery volt meter.

      So, though I really commend Chicco for trying and succeeding in the overall design and construction of these products, they just don't have the electronic end down so they should either consult an actual remote control manufacturer, or do some more product testing before going to market. 'Nuff said.

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