Friday, December 16, 2011

Review of great double seat car for your kids


Today I will tell you review of great double seat car for your kids. I hope it helpfull for you as parent to pick the best for your kid. Enjoy reading.




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The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Smart Fortwo Coupe is a durable toy that's a blast to drive. This bright red battery-powered two-seater features Smart Car details, forward and reverse movement, two speeds, and power brakes. Kids aged 3 and up can cruise outdoors up to five miles per hour in this realistic toy Smart Car.

Cruise in Safety and Comfort
During testing, we found the Power Wheels Smart Car to be easy to assemble. After the 12-volt battery charges for 18 hours, you'll be able to assemble the car with nothing more than the accompanying screws and a Phillips-head screwdriver.

The additional pieces, such as the seat, dash, and steering column, fit together well. Considering its sturdy plastic material, this toy should hold up to everyday wear and bumps in the road.
This toy car's turning range and adjustability are as impressive as its easy assembly. The shifter allows kids to reverse and adjust their speed, so they can slow down around tighter corners or speed up if they've got a straight path ahead of them.
Unlike other toy cars, the Power Wheels Smart Car allows both a driver and a passenger to take a spin. This toy is recommended for outdoor use only and can handle a load of up to 130 pounds.

High Speed Lock-out for Beginners
If your child is new to driving toy vehicles, you can keep the car relegated to the low speed (two and a half miles per hour) until your child is more comfortable operating the Smart Car. The shifter has a lock-out screw that prevents it from being shifted to the higher gear. 

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By 
JoPo "mazda_rx7"    Outdoor fun for the kids
As a child I always wanted a powered vehicle, but my parents couldn't afford one as these 'toys' were a lot more expensive back when I was a kid. I kept my eye on Amazon for a couple of months leading up until Xmas and one very late night, or early morning (however you want to consider it) I happened to catch this one on sale. A deal I couldn't pass up...as usual, free super saver shipping and quick delivery, as are most of the items I have purchased through Amazon.

Assembly of the Smart Car was pretty easy. Stickers are a little challenging if you want them on just right. Keep in mind that this Smart Car is the most basic of the Power Wheels. If you want bells and whistles, like a radio or anything else, this not the car for you.

Since this was purchased in time for Xmas, there was no opportunity to take it out for a spin as it was too cold and wet, but one crisp sunny February day, we decided to take it out to a local park. This is not meant to be an offroad vehicle, so try to keep them on the pavement, otherwise you'll be spending most of your time being the 'tow truck' for your kids. The slow mode was...slow. Even though my kids had never driven one of these before, they found it boring, but once I took out the safety screw and set it to high speed, that's when the fun began. If you need to follow your kids around, like I did, to keep up with the car, you will need to walk pretty fast. We were at the park for over an hour and the battery showed no signs of running low, so I expect the battery will last for around the 2 hours or so that it is rated for.

The only problem with having one of these cars is that it attracts a lot of attention from other kids who would love to have one of their own to play with.

We haven't taken the car out again since that first run, only because I have been too lazy to pack it up in the van to take to the park, but so far so good. I probably had more of a kick out of the car than my kids did!

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2. Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Rubicon



Rubicon (roo’bi-kon) n. A limit when passed or exceeded permits of no return. True to its name, the Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Rubicon takes kids on real backyard driving adventures as far their imaginations can go! Perfect fit for two riders ages 3 years & up. Max. Weight: 130 lbs.

Miles of Smiles!
Built Fisher-Price tough, with rugged grab bars for easy in and out, pretend seatbelts for role-play fun and a roomy rear storage compartment—just pack it up and go! Driver-friendly features include a high speed lock-out for beginners and Power Lock Brakes, with plenty of interior space. 12-volts of battery power and big, treaded tires takes it two speeds forward (2.5 and 5 mph, max.), and one speed in reverse (2.5 mph), on hard surfaces and grass.


Motoring Skills!
Driving a “real” vehicle, maybe even just like the one you drive, gives kids a feeling of independence, accomplishment and self-confidence—all of which are important to healthy social and emotional development. Learning to go forward and backward, change speeds, steer, stop and go is good for them, too. Physical motion aids in the development of motor skills, balance and body awareness, and built-in role play features fuel endless imagination (and of course, it’s just plain fun and exciting).


Safety, Durability, and Quality…
Every Power Wheels vehicle is built Fisher-Price tough, with innovative play and performance features you won’t find in other ride-ons. And only Power Wheels vehicles come with a comprehensive One Year Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty backed by 300 service centers throughout the country. Before they’re produced, Power Wheels vehicles are put to the test on our own in-house Quality Assurance Test Track to ensure quality performance, mile after mile. They're put to the test by kids, too, in the Fisher-Price onsite Play Lab and through the Fisher-Price in-home test program, to make sure they’re age-appropriate, easy to operate, and of course, fun to drive.
 
What's In The Box?
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Power Wheels rechargeable 12-volt vehicle battery, Power Wheels12-volt charger, and Owner’s Manual.


By 
J. Merchant (Austin, TX) Every kid needs one
I bought this for my almost 3 year old for Christmas. He absolutely loves it! The only issue is when it's only him in the vehicle (he weighs 35 lbs) the tires spin out. When his siblings come over and ride with him, it works like a charm. We only ride it on the grass, rocks, & sand. We don't live where he can ride it on pavement. But with the extra weight, it's not a problem.
Also, we have yet to charge the battery and it's been a month! Make sure you charge the battery for the recommended time before use and drain the whole thing before charging it again.
 
By 
Hard to steer for the little guys
The Jeep looks great and feels sturdy. If your kids like cars, they will even play in the Jeep when the battery is charging. My main problem with the toy is that it seems like it is very hard for my almost 3 year old to steer. He understands the concept of steering since he rides other toys, but he cannot seem to get the Jeep wheel turned. Hopefully this will get better as he grows up. Also, consider where you will store this bad boy: it is BIG!

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3. Power Wheels Dune Racer

Watch video review about Power Wheels Dune Racer here :

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By 
Michiganmommy Great Bang for your Buck
It took my husband and father in-law about 45 minutes to put this together (not including the stickers - takes a female touch). I like how this is low to the ground, has a bar on each side so they do not easily fall out, and wide for stability.The steering wheel is also easy for him to use. Only two cons = my son is a short 3 year old and the pedal is hard for him to reach(I put a foam pad behind him to help push him forward)and the shifter lays right under his leg used to push the gas pedal(shifter is easily bumped). He does not seem to mind these cons it is just the parents and he can grow into it!!!! The traction is awesome and can go over or through MOST anything(wet long grass on a hill included)!!! It does really well with two kids in it and there is plenty of room. 

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Product Description

The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Dune Racer provides a safe and fun way to get your kids into the driving action. Designed for outdoor use, this off-road vehicle features a Monster Traction drive system that enables it to go on hard surfaces, wet grass, and rough terrain. Its sturdy steel frame with flashy chrome accents boasts an open cockpit design that is roomy enough to handle two riders. With two forward drive speeds, one reverse speed, and a 12-volt rechargeable battery, this Dune Racer offers hours of fun for ages three and up.


Features :
Steel Frame is Built for Safety
The Power Wheels Dune Racer is constructed with a sturdy steel frame that supports a maximum weight of 130 pounds. Sleek chrome accents on the rims, bumper, and shifter highlight its durable bright green plastic exterior. A pair of metal sidebars provides stable hand supports, while the pretend seatbelts with Velcro fasteners help get kids in the habit of buckling up. For added safety, the interior of the vehicle features smooth contours and rounded edges to protect against cuts and scratches.
Monster Traction Drives on Rough Terrain
The Power Wheels Dune Racer is designed to navigate rough terrain for off-road fun. The vehicle's big, rugged tires and Monster Traction drive system keep it from getting stuck--hard surfaces, lush lawns, wet grass, gravel, and mud are no obstacle at all! Common backyard bumps like tree roots, ruts, sidewalk and driveway edges, and garden hoses are also easily navigable.
Two Speeds for Beginners and Advanced Users
Whether your child is a beginner or an advanced driver, the Dune Racer's two driving speeds can accommodate him or her. The vehicle features an electronic power lock braking system that automatically stops the vehicle when your child's foot lifts from the pedal. A shifter with high-speed lockout for beginners provides custom control of driving speeds--low speed for normal 2-1/2-mph cruising, and high speed for maximum 5-mph racing. The vehicle can also shift into reverse for convenient backing up.
The Power Wheels Dune Racer performed remarkably well in testing. The vehicle took approximately 90 minutes to assemble and 18 hours to fully charge. Its solid construction and low center of gravity provided optimal handling and balance. Thanks to its 12-volt rechargeable battery, the vehicle drove with sufficient power backwards and forwards, providing an enjoyable ride. However, steering capability was somewhat limited, and the plastic tires easily wear on hard surfaces. Despite these concerns, kids will likely appreciate the sleek styling, powerful handling, and custom controls.




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