Schylling Remote Controlled Web Runner
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- R/C Spider runs all over - even upside down
- Runs on floors, walls or even ceilings!
- Easy grip remote control also charges spider
- Eyes light up and fangs glow in the dark
- Measures approximately 9" x 5.5" x 13"
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The creepy, crawly RC Wall Climbing Spider is like no other remote control critter you’ve ever seen. It runs along the floor… It climbs up the wall… It even crawls upside-down across the ceiling! The RC Wall Climbing Spider is fun to operate, with an “easy grip” remote control that also charges the spider. The red eyes light up when the RC Wall Climbing Spider is powered on, and its fangs glow in the dark for an extra spooky nighttime effect! For ages 7+.
From the Manufacturer
The first ever R/C Spider that can run upside down on ceilings. Runs on floors, up walls and even upside down. It’s easy to operate with its easy grip remote control that also charges the spider. Eyes light up red when powered on and the fangs glow-in-the-dark. Requires 6 AA batteries, not included. Measures 9.1" x 5.5" x 13.2". Ages 7+.
Top Customer Reviews
Initially, it worked exactly as promised. As noted in other reviews, it uses suction to cling to walls and ceilings, and it did work as advertised -- although also as noted, the suction feature is loud (think handheld vacuum). That makes it completely useless for stealth scares, which disappointed my son. You can also use the spider in non-wall mode, in which it operates as a typical RC item on the floor. It was cool to watch this thing scurry across the ceiling, and we had a lot of fun with it.
While it lasted.
By Day Two, and without any abuse or damage, the suction feature was no longer working. The suction motor just wouldn't turn on. We assumed the spider's internal battery was out of power, so we charged it overnight with the remote, per the directions. Unfortunately, nothing changed, at least not for the better. The suction feature still didn't work, and now even the RC controls were messed up; the spider would only spin in a circle, regardless of which controls we tried.
All in all, pretty disappointing. Maybe we got a dud, but it ended up being a waste of money.
The spider is extremely loud, like a vaccuum but with a high-pitched kind of whine. It doesn't seem to bother kids but I am very sensitive to certain noises and this is no exception.
My daughter wanted to play with it a lot at first and has forgotten that she even has it.
Caution: Supervise husband and kids during use as they WILL crash into knick-knacks on your walls and knock them down.