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PERFECT GIFT: for age 2+ boys & girls. Able to connect your device by USB to play your music or stories. Cabinet is available for storage. Charging time: 8-12 hours (automatically controlled). Run time: 1 – 2 hours.
SPEEDS: Containing 2 forward speeds & 2 reverse speeds by manual and 3 speeds each by remote control. Car Speed: 2.5 mph – 4 mph.Smooth & simple to ride. Can be operated by foot pedal and steering wheel or by remote controller (2.4G bluetooth).
SAFETY: Wheels are equipped with a spring suspension system to ensure a smooth ride. Ideal for both outdoor & indoor playing. Parents remote control and double door design ensure your kids safety.
PRODUCT SIZE: 49.2” * 31.5” * 31.5”. Maximum Load: 88lbs. Car Battery: (12V 7AH)* 1 & (12V 10AH)* 1. Remote control: 2*AAA battery(exclude in package).
- Please be aware of watch the Installation video carefully before assemble.
- The product CAN NOT be returned or exchanged if it is damaged by wrong installation.
- The wheels and the car are packed in 2 different boxex. The delivery time could also be different. Please wait 1-2 more days if you only recive 1 packet.
- Don’t let your children ride on very rugged road or slope over 40Â° in case of accident.
- This Power Wheels vehicle will take little ones and their imaginations for a fun, exciting ride every time.
- Our Ride on car is fitted with 2 gearboxes containing 2 forward speeds and 2 reverse speeds.
- Made from the most durable plastics for an always smooth and enjoyable ride.
- Electronic Toy Car
- Manual Instruction.Technical Details:
- Battery: 12V 7AH * 1 / 12V 10AH * 1
- Motor: 12V (2 x 3DW)
- Charger: 12V 1000MA (Smart Charger)
- Maximum Load: 88lbs
- Charging Time: 8-12 hours (automatically controlled)
- Applicable Age: 3 years +
- Car Speed: 2.5mph-4mph
- Product Size: 49.2”* 31.5”* 31.5”.
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52 customer reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars
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April 12, 2018
Only the 2 headlights and 2 parking lights on the front light up. (Not all 8 lights on the front work.) The 2 lights in the rear do not light up, nor do the lights in the tires. The 2 lights on the roll-over bar work, but have their own batteries. (2 AA, I think they are.) All the lights could be made to work if someone were inclined to add bulbs and wires. It looks easy enough to do. However, the vehicle looks nice with the ones that already do work. The headlights are very bright, and I would say functional as actual lights.
There is no “spring suspension” in the front. The rear has springs. But they are a pre-assembled cheap version, and not the nice adjustable springs I have seen on some of the other vehicles. As most of the weight (and rider) is in the rear, I think the rear springs will be sufficient.
This model is indeed for one or two riders. It has a wide seat, with seats belts for 2. And the steering wheel is on the left.
The description lists 2 batteries. It says ” (12V 7AH)* 1 & (12V 10AH)* 1.” But mine only came with the one 7AH battery. I had seen they were different sizes before I ordered, but I had hoped that one battery was for the motors and the other battery was for the lights and other electronics. It turns out, the dual battery listing appears to be because they have incompetent quality control, and no one is verifying the correct information. (Basically it means maybe it will come with the 7AH battery, or maybe it will have the 10AH battery. But not both.)
I almost sent this back when I saw it had no suspension on the front, and only one battery. I only kept it, because in spite of these errors, this vehicle still seemed as good as the other options in this price range. And I like that this vehicle has a load capacity of 88 pounds, and the others are less. Keep in mind however, I am skeptical if these load capacities are really accurate, or just a number they made up.
EDIT 4/13/2018 : I just realized they have the ‘shipping weight’ listed as 88 pounds. (The same as they say the load capacity is.) So…the rider weight capacity is basically unknown. Sigh
It says it comes with a “Smart” charger. I am not really sure what that means. Near as I can tell it is a regular Class 2 charger, the same as the ones we use every day. But it is not going to regulate and keep from over-charging your battery. In fact, in the directions, it says to “not leave it charging for more than 15 hours”. To protect your batteries, and to charge them at a faster rate without damaging them, you will need to buy a much better regulated charger.
The rear tire storage assembly looks very nice. But on mine it keeps popping open on its own, and the release lever and spring keeps falling off. I modified/fixed this by cutting the hinge pin shorter and heating the plastic, and bending it over.
It does have some good things they failed to mention in the description.
a. It has separate horn and music buttons on the steering wheel.
b. The speaker is surprisingly loud and clear enough.
c. The instrument panel lights up. (Just lights, no other function.)
d. It does have a digital volt indicator.
e. The tires are 12″. I see that as an advantage over the vehicles with 14″ tires. More torque, and not as hard on the motors and gears, but slightly slower.
f. It has storage room under the hood.
g. It has a pull out ‘tow’ bar to use when moving the vehicle, so the rear wheels/gears can be lifted up.
About the assembly.
95% of this vehicle assembly is straight-forward, and easy for anyone with an understanding of assembling things. I was doing others things at the same time, so I am not exactly sure how long it takes. But I think 2-3 hours is a good estimate. I highly recommend a power screwdriver, with an adjustable clutch. There are a lot of screws. Some of the critical components should probably be tightened by hand.
Issues with the assembly.
1. The supplied screws are not long enough to adequately attach the fog lights to the front bumper. Luckily, I keep bottles of screws. (These are 2 of the non-functioning lights on the front, and could just be left off anyway.)
2. The rear bumper is a real challenge to get to snap into the body. You will need patience and perhaps help.
3. The support braces (#3) that give rigidity to the body are not bent at the correct angle. These appear to be critical to the proper strength of this vehicle. If they are not at the exact correct angle, you will never get the very short screws to tighten into the plastic body. I used 2 pairs of vise grips, and very carefully bent these bars until they fit perfectly.
4. The directions fail to mention installing the washer and the cotter pin in the steering lever (#5). You will see where it goes when you install the lever. If you fail to install the washer and cotter pin, the lever will keep wanting to slip out of the steering linkage (#4).
5. The motors are side specific. I didn’t notice this, and had to redo them.
6. The inside of the wheels have plastic slag on one end. Clean this out with a knife, and the wheels will slide easy onto the shafts.
7. All the wheels are held on with a locknut.
a. None of the shafts are long enough to tighten the nut entirely past the locking part of the nut. They do seem snug, but they worry me. These will need to be checked periodically.
b. The directions do not explain how tight to make these nuts. They should be just tight enough to not allow play in the wheel, but not so tight as to cause binding and premature wear of the wheel components. These will need to be checked periodically as the parts wear down some.
8. The included charger does not fit the charging port correctly. Luckily, I had always intended to upgrade the battery and charger.
9. The remote controller loses its pairing with the vehicle rather easily. Not while you are actually using, but later, after the vehicle has been parked awhile. I am not sure what combination of things I am doing to cause this. But, it is annoying. So…I took the screw out of the battery cover, and found duct tape works well to hold the cover in place. It’s then very easy to lift the tape, and remove the batteries to reset the controller.
After considerable research I settled on a 20ah battery that is about 7 1/8″ long x 6 1/2″ tall x 3″ wide. This is about the largest battery that will fit. I trimmed the 2 plastic ribs, at the very bottom, that formed the original battery tray, so the new battery would have a better surface to sit on.
This is the battery I bought, but there are many in this amperage and size.
Then you will need adapters to adapt the original F2 spade type terminals to the round/eye type bolt terminals on the new battery.
I also bought a better charger. This one will charge at 4 amps, and then trickle charge at 1 amp. It does not need to be constantly monitored. It came with a very useful cable extension that connects to the battery terminals, and then the battery charger simply plugs into the extension.
I also bought a grille cover to protect the little jeep.
Overall, I am pleased with this. It looks very nice, and functions as intended. My grandchildren enjoy it.
Note: If you are the type that wants to open the box and expect an easy assembly, with no problems, and instant fun, then this is probably not for you. On the other hand, with a little patience and effort, this electric jeep can be molded into a fine toy.
May 13, 2018
July 30, 2018
Little involved to assemble.
Could use a battery with more current capacity
Many of the switches for control are backward, and the remote as well. Small learning curve there.