Fun-Here Mini RC Tank with USB Charger Cable Remote Control Panzer Tank 1:72 German Tiger I with Sound, Rotating Turret and Recoil Action When Cannon Artillery Shoots 35MHz(Khaki)
Product ID : 36301360
Galleon Product ID
Product is Out of Stock as
of Sep, 01 2020
1:72 mini German Tiger I scale model & high level details like real tank with USB charger cable
Function: Forward, turn left, turn right, backward with light, sound.
360° Rotating Turret, Flexible and working plastic tracks.
This micro tank is 3.54 x 1.97 x 1.57 inches, just a palm size.
Built-in rechargeable 3.7V 110mAh battery, which can be charged by the controller. Supports 10-15 minutes playing time with 1 hour fully charged.
Get ready to take charge of your own German Tiger I tank. This remote controlled tank has independent flexible tracks, realistic sound effects and firing simulation. The remote can control up to four tanks independently. With this great mini German tiger tanks you can be ready for play with others at any time! Features about the rc tank: Looks like the real tiger tank in 1:72 scale 360° rotating turret Function: Forward, turn left, turn right, backward with light Flexible and working plastic tracks Gun barrel moving. Built-in rechargeable 3.7V 110mAh battery.Charged by the usb charger and remote controller. High/low speed switch Remote Control Requires 4 x "AA" Batteries (Not included) Realistic engine ,turret move,firing sound effects Tank size: 90 x 50 x 40mm / 3.54" x 1.97" x 1.57" Tank Weight: About 60g How to charge the battery: 1.Charge the tank by the latop,wall charger or protable charger via USB charger.Red LED on when charging,red LED off when charge completely. 2.Charge the tank via transmitter.(not recommended) What you can get: 1 x RC Tank in khaki,35MHz frequency (buy in different frequency and they could play at the same time.) 1 x Remote 1 x Antenna 1 x USB charger cable After Service: Contact seller if you are not satisfied with it.Ready to respond all email within 1 working day and we can solve almost all of the problems.