New Bright 1:10 Radio Control Can-am Spyder With Rider (Colors May Vary)
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- Radio control
- Full function
- Forward and backward motion
- Left and right steering
- Include one 9.6V NiMH rechargeable battery, charger and two AA batteries
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New Bright has been around since 1955 so I expected better customer service. Here's what they haven't answered yet: the Spyder is a large R.C. toy that uses a rechargeable 9.6 volt battery. The charge only lasts for 15 minutes so with many grandchildren, I'm trying to buy additional batteries. Makes sense, doesn't it. Their website says they don't sell extra batteries so just buy any 9.6 volt battery on the web. The problem is that their battery has external contacts on the battery (no cord) and it powers the Spyder (and recharges) simply by slipping it into a slot. Every 9.6 volt battery I find on the web connects by plugging in a short cord. Almost a month and 8 emails later, they still haven't provided any information about a better description of the battery so I can buy some extras or better yet, provide me with a link to a supplier. This is really poor customer service. I will keep trying and provide you with an update from time to time. Until then, I recommend staying away from New Bright R.C. toys.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect present for a man who wants a real one but is too clumsy and would probably crash. It was his favorite birthday present.Published on October 22, 2013 by Chris
It's more fun than I thought it would be, it dose a small burnout from a dead stop. Turns good and easy to control.Published on March 8, 2013 by Bill Stockwell
Radio control Can-am Spyder great function and easy controls, my grandchildren love it and spend hours playing with it at our homePublished on February 2, 2013 by Gerald Brewer
purchased as a gift for my other half as a xmas gift...he loved it would get another next year if needed.Published on January 8, 2013 by Christopher J. Wendt