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Small Battle Tanks

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  • Pair of remote control Battle Tanks
  • In sand and jungle camouflage paint
  • Use infra-red tech to shoot each other
  • Uses realistic sound effects & motion
  • Each tank has a different style and look
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Every good soldier knows that whilst light skirmishes into enemy lines are effective, sometimes you just have to call the big guns in. Wage warfare in your household with this pair of interactive battle tanks!

This great toy set comes with a pair of battle tanks that are ready and raring for battle. Using infra-red technology these tanks can shoot at each other with realistic sound effects and movement. Simply use the ‘Fire’ button on the controller while aiming at the enemy tank and watch as it shudders and makes realistic sounds. These tanks can also climb inclines up to 25°.

Not only are these tanks fun to play with but they look great too. Each tank is a different style with one painted in sand camouflage and the other in jungle camouflage. The controllers are also coloured to match their respective tanks. The tanks each need 4xAAA batteries and the remotes take 3x button batteries each. The fighting distance is approximately 3-5 metres and the remote controls’ range is approximately 6-8 metres. One tank runs on a 40 MHz frequency and the other runs on a 27MHz frequency.

These tanks are perfect for small kids and big kids alike and are sure to keep you entertained for hours as you try to sink each other’s battle… tank. Please note this product is not suitable for anyone under the age of 8 due to small parts.

Each tank measures approximately 14x7.2x4.3cm

Technical Specifications
  • Tanks require 4 x AAA batteries each (not included)
  • Remotes require 3 x LR44 batteries (included)
  • Fighting distance approx. 3-5 metres
  • Control range approx. 6-8 metres
  • Tank A – 40MHz frequency
  • Tank B – 27MHz frequency
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