T35044

Jumping Catapult Remote Control Car with LED Lights

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Jumping Catapult Remote Control Car with LED Lights is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware I purchased 3 of these for my nephews. Within less then 5 minutes, used on the lush grass in my back yard, one broke. Within another 30 minutes another broke. There was nothing in the lawn that caused this. The plastic is cheap. Recharging requires you to unscrew the back panel where the charger is located. I wouldn’t recommend this for anyone.
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nice concept but breaks easily I bought this several months ago for an RV outing with my grandson. He was so excited for 5 minutes which is when it broke and would no longer jump. That was the exciting feature:( So disappointed to have it break so easily and ruin his fun:(
Date published: 2019-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work Unfortunately I ordered 3 for my grandchildren to play with. They worked for a few minutes and the kids loved them, especially the jump feature. Then one by one the jump feature stopped working. I wish I had read the reviews before making the purchase and disappointing the kids. It’s a nuisance packing them and going to the post office to mail them. I also hope I’m refunded the postage I paid to receive them and am not charged for the return postage. QVC should have better quality control.
Date published: 2019-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What a pain! Ridiculous system for charging. Had I known I would never had purchased. The screws are so tiny I had to use a tiny eyeglass screw driver and the cheap metal screws are almost stripped after screwing them in once. Won't last if you have to charge often. Wish it had a simple plug in, instead of USB. Made in China?
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save Your Money Bought two for grandkids and wanted to try first after reading reviews. Wish I would have seen reviews before I bought. Worked about 3 minutes and then wouldnt jump. Returning both. Very poorly made. Cheap!
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Glad Only Bought One Saw this on presentation & thought it would be cute —— one each for my three great-grandsons. They are 7,4, and 3. After reading reviews decided to just get one to keep at my home for them. Received today & decided to try it out. Finally figured out how to get battery in car itself only to have to take it back out & charge it up. After charging for a short while, My daughter & I tried it out. Not at all impressed; had purchased two from big box store for less money that did all the lighting up & turns—— just didn’t jump. Only problem with them was they ran off same frequency(I learned something new when buying remote control toys). This says it it for 3yrs & up but I am not sure my very smart 3 year old great grandson could get it to jump. From watching it on tv, I thought it would jump when it came upon an obstacle but no you have to push button to make it jump. I will keep rather than waste money on return shipping. Will let the 7 year old play with it later this week to see how long it last before needing a battery recharge. Don’t relish having to take battery out each time it needs charging but will try. You need to be able to just plug whole car up to charge just like I do the kids small I-pads. If it doesn’t run long on a charge, will probably give it away. Glad I did not buy more than one.
Date published: 2019-07-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just ok Bought 2 of of these during the Christmas in July sales. You put two AA batteries in the remote control. Then you have to take a small screwdriver to take the cover off the body to attach that battery to the wire in the compartment. This wouldn't be too bad if you only had to do it once. But, NO ........ every time the charge gets low on this car, you have to get the screwdriver out and take the cover off the body, disconnect the battery, then charge the battery. Let's get the screwdriver out again so we can attach the "charged" battery" back into the compartment of the car. The two pieces that connect ...... the wire connected to the car and the wire connected to the battery, it's just a small piece of plastic. How long is this going to work when you're pulling them apart to charge and then connecting it back together? Surely, there was a a better and more convenient way of charging these cars??????? My grandsons love them along with other cars I've purchased from you. I'd love to have sent them back but the kids would miss them because they are unusual. But, put your heads together for a better system.
Date published: 2019-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If I Could Give It Negative Stars I Would Worst toy cars ever. I purchased 6 total. You have to disassemble it just to charge it, to have MAYBE 15 minutes of play time. Biggest gift fail ever. QVC, your quality control is diminishing. Replacing batteries is one thing. Figuring out how to charge a chip battery, finding the smallest screwdriver ever, Waiting 4 hours, just to play for 15 mins!?!? Totally a different story. If it wouldn’t take so much time as these went to 4 different states, and cost more than I paid, I’d be sending them all back.
Date published: 2019-01-08
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