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Kids ElectricChildren's Medium Electronic Jeep Rubi Ride-On Car

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R2,699

Retail: R4,200
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Let your Children Ride in style with their very own Jeep! The Kids Electric Ride On Car Jeep Rubi M is an exclusive brand toy car that provides a fun and exciting experience for children. The Kids Electric Ride On Car Jeep Rubi M is modeled after the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, a popular and iconic off-road vehicle. It has a realistic design with details that resemble the real Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

Product Features
  • Average Age: 1-6 years (depending on the size of the rider)
  • Loading capacity: up to 20 kg
  • MP3/Aux/SD/USB input
  • Speed: 3-5km/h
  • Charging time: 4-6 hours
  • Safety Belt
  • Control button on steering wheel for music
  • Doors open and close
  • Key/Start/Stop Button with an engine sound controlled start up
  • Built in music
  • LED Lights - Front & Back
  • Multifunctional steering wheel
  • Self operational or remote controlled up to 2.4 ghz
  • Realistic sound
  • Horn
  • Run time - Up to 45min from a full charge (depending on the terrain of use).
  • Includes Remote; Battery and Charger
  • Capability: Grass lawns ; bricked paving ; tar ;tiles
  • Colours: red, white, green
Product Specifications
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Car Size: L96 x W52 x H60 CM
  • Battery: 12v (2X 6V)
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