Mini Construction RC Trucks

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Drive your very own mini construction toy trucks! These 1:64 scale down remote control trucks feature realistic moving toy truck pieces with full functionality to give kids a hands-on experience on how each construction vehicle works. Get these educational and super fun mini trucks today!
  • Includes: 2-Pack 1:64 Scale Mini Construction RC Trucks - (2) Mini RC Trucks, (2) Remote Transmitters (each requires 2x AA batteries - not included), (2) Rechargeable RC Truck Batteries, and (2) USB Charging Cables
  • 2-Pack Mini RC Trucks: Enjoy double the fun with this two-pack mini construction trucks set from Force1! Each mini truck measures 5.5” L x 2.25” W x 3” H; portable size makes them suitable as travel toys or mini gifts.
  • Easy To Drive: Multi-directional remote control makes these mini RC trucks easy to drive even by small children. Drive these mini trucks forward, backward, and sideways; vibrant LEDs add fun to these mini RC toys. 
  • Rechargeable Mini RC Trucks With Moving Parts: Let kids play and learn all about construction trucks and their functions thanks to these fully-detailed, mini realistic moving parts. Get 25 minutes of non-stop Mini Construction RC truck playtime for every 90-minute charge. 
  • Quality Assured: We hope you enjoy driving these Mini Construction RC Trucks! We’ll give you a refund if you’re unhappy with your Mini Construction RC trucks for boys and girls ages 6 and up.
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Reviewed by Kool W.
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Great gift

It's highly versatile, with lots of different options, even combinations not shown in the instructions. Some of the pieces snap together in ways that the children struggle, but with a little help it's all good. Sometimes it also feels like you're going to break pieces putting them together or taking them apart.

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