Interactive Toy Concepts Skidoo RC Snowmobile

by Ally


Remote controlled cars are always fun, but come wintertime they’re isolated to the indoors.  It’s not the wisest to take your brand new RC car and put it in a bunch of wet snow.  Then parents are stuck listening to the car run into walls indoors instead of being able to send the kids outdoors with it.  However, if they have this Skidoo RC Snowmobile, the kids wouldn’t be stuck inside.

This snowmobile isn’t slowed down by some silly snow.  Then to top it off, it’ll still work in all the usual places like carpet, grass or driveways.  The 17” scale replica snowmobile has a working taillight and headlight.  The skis can be changed out to make it possible for it to run on different surfaces.  It uses a 9.6V Ni-Cd that is included and a 9V which is not.  It’s meant for ages 8 and up, and can be purchased for $79.99 through Amazon.

Source: CoolestToys

6 reviews or comments

Catherine Custer Says: December 6, 2009 at 5:01 pm

My son received this as a gift for his birthday this year. The snowmobile never worked. It would not go forward, only backwards and the headlights came on. The company would not replace it or fix it. What a dissapointment. $79.00 spent for nothing!

Prams Says: September 22, 2010 at 11:27 am

Now here is a product based on a good concept! The Skidoo RC Snowmobile will surely find a concrete place in the hearts of many kids. Parents too are bound to enjoy the benefit of having some quiet time indoors.

Snowmobile Accessory Says: January 4, 2011 at 12:31 am

That looks awesome! I would love to get one for my nephew…it’s a shame that people are saying they don’t work too well.

david Says: February 21, 2011 at 4:32 pm

bought one last year and still works great, wheels work pretty good on smooth driveway and skis great on packed snow and ice

EYee Says: December 27, 2012 at 1:22 pm

Bought one for my son for Christmas. Would barely move… radio transmitter problem. Took it back to the Source (Radio Shack) and got a replacement. This new one just as bad. The belt rubs on the underside, barely moves. Completely piece of crap! So cheaply made… Stay away from this.

Edwin Says: December 28, 2012 at 1:23 am

Thanks for sharing with the rest of our readers on the Skidoo, EYee.

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