Micro R/C racing cars rule! They can rocket around confined areas, screech across piles of paperwork and career around the kitchen without concussing pusskins. You can even pop them in your pocket if the boss walks in. Yes, racing fans, when it comes to having fun, size does matter!
With this in mind we’ve been searching for some seriously small cars to play with – and here they are in the impossibly cool shape of Micro Desktop Racers. These titchy R/C vehicles are based on iconic Nintendo vehicles, and they’re ideal for conducting thrilling races in really tight spaces. Hey, that rhymes!
Bringing the smash hit Nintendo game to life in a way that pixels and bleeps simply can’t compete with, these wacky battery-operated R/C vehicles perform just like their on-screen counterparts, and feature slick tyres for drift and a ‘dash’ button for speed bursts. Available in two frequencies for head-to-head ding-dongs, both Mario and Yoshi come with additional batteries, spare tyres and banana and shell obstacles. The only thing missing is the dodgy team boss telling you to crash on purpose!
Whether you choose to Mario-it round a rubber circuit or buggy off across a desktop, these diminutive racers are guaranteed to thrill, even when they’re shoved in your pocket. Gentlemen, lay down some rubber and start your engines!
Mario and Yoshi Karts:
1x Car and controller
Includes banana and shell obstacle accessories & interchangeable tyres
AMAZING(-ly geeky) :D
This is ace. I bought the Track & 2 karts set. Much amusement :D
Downside is you have to have ickle fingers to move the on off switch on the carts, but thats okay cause I DO have ickle fingers. Men might struggle with that bit though? :/
Overall, a good buy. Hollie, Rugby - 14th June 2011
Well, it was a lot smaller than I had assumed it was going to be, but cute nonetheless! I bought the Mario Car as a Christmas present for my boyfriend, as I know he loves the Super Mario characters, and I'm hoping he'd enjoy teasing his dogs with it racing around the house. To be honest, I want to have a play with it. . , Northamptonshire - 16th December 2009