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Stage the ultimate off-road rescue with this rugged Rescue Heroes Robotz All-Terrain Vehicle. Part of the Robotz line, a police bot can launch from the bottom of the vehicle during rescue operations. Nothing will stop this sturdy vehicle from getting to the scene of the rescue. Requires 3 "AA" batteries (not included). Figures sold separately. Measures 17"L x 10.5"W x 9.5"H.
Resembling a beefed-up Hummer, this all-terrain cruiser for Rescue Heroes figures sports a massive green body, jumbo studded tires, and working sirens and lights mounted to the top. A working tow wench rests on the orange front bumper, which is actually the head of a hidden "bumperbot," or robot, attached to the underside of the vehicle. When paired with a Rescue Hero, the robot communicates in English ("The smoke is heavy!"); otherwise, it's reduced to electronic gibberish. The truck is suitable for a variety of rescue missions--the bumperbot's pneumatic handcuffs, for example, can clear trees or pull victims from car wrecks--and would be a dream toy for many kids. Action figures are sold separately. --Andy Boynton
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This toy is a great one... my two year old son uses it as a ride-on (it belongs to my 5 yr. old, and he uses it with his Rescue Heroes), and it holds all 35 lbs of him. Read morePublished on February 26, 2007 by Kathleen Kill
This cruiser fit right in with the other Rescue Heroes toys we have. Perfect for the 4 - 8 year olds with play times that extend far beyond other toys.Published on September 15, 2005 by L. Shaffer