This is a battery-powered ride-on car that allows young superheroes to patrol neighborhood sidewalks at safe speeds. Riders weighing up to 66 lbs. can stop, accelerate, and steer toward the action while secured with a seat belt. A remote control lets cautious parents take over, because even Batman had a co-pilot. With a cowl-shaped “battering ram” bumper and bat-winged tailfins, this car is a pastiche of Batmobile designs from years of comics and films—its headlights turn on while a light in the hood turns color to indicate crime-fighting is imminent. Meanwhile, four button-activated sound options—including theme music from the 1960s TV show—play from the steering wheel’s integral speaker. Its rechargeable battery provides up to two hours of caped crusades from a four-hour recharge using the included AC adapter. Requires 9-volt battery for remote and two AA batteries for lights. Ages 3 to 6. 48" L x 25" W x 20" H. (35 lbs.) and is priced at $299.95.
Now my little man is running around the house yelling Batman, and ready to take out his batmobile everyday as soon as he gets home from school! He loves the music on the steering wheel, and is constantly pushing the buttons and dancing to the theme song of Batman!
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