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The R/C is strictly a 4 operation deal: turn right; turn left; forward; reverse. There's no way to turn less than the full amount or use less than full throttle. You can turn and use the throttle at the same time. The car doesn't go very fast - it's only got 2 AA's driving it - and the transmitter, powered by 2 AAAs, is only good for about 20 feet. There's only 1 channel - 20 MHz, it says - so you can't buy two and expect to race them, the radio transmissions will interfere with each other.
That's OK. The car doesn't go very fast; it zips around slow enough that you can have fun with it without worrying that it's going to get away from you. I may take it into work because it's just the kind of thing you'd expect an idle executive to be screwing around playing with; but it did not handle my low pile carpet very well, so I am not sure how it will deal with my zero-pile office carpet.
What I like most about it is it's a Ferrari, it's red, it zips around, and it's mine! 5 stars.
This particular model (81090) uses only one frequency: 49 MHz, which is printed right on the front of the box. The yellow Ferrari 488 GTB uses a different frequency of 27 MHz. So if you are considering purchasing two cars, be sure to purchase one of each color. If you don't the common frequencies will interfere with the function of each car. Other frequency factors can also cause function problems: nearby CB radio, cordless phones, high voltage transmitters, etc. According to the instructions, this R/C Ferrari is age appropriate for 8 year olds and above.
The controller is a pistol grip style and requires 3 AAA alkaline batteries for the transmitter. The car uses 2 AA alkaline batteries and the battery compartment doors for both the controller and the car are screwed open and closed. This seemed to annoy some reviewers, but I preferred having the compartments secured closed rather than just snapped shut. Either non-rechargeable or rechargeable batteries can be use; just don't mix battery kinds and brands together. Batteries are “not” included. The power switch for the Ferrari is on the undercarriage. Unless you really enjoy buying replacement batteries, make sure the power switch is turned off when not in use.
R/C cars are actually an outdoor toy rather than an indoors; they usually don't run well on carpets and there are just too many things indoors to run into. Outdoor use also allows optimal controller range: 32 feet (10 meters)When used outdoors the manufacturer recommends they not be used on grass, sand and dirt, or in the rain or in or near water. I was surprised to find out that this R/C car does not run at multiple progressive speeds. The Ferrari runs at one speed regardless of how much I squeezed the controller trigger. It runs at a modest speed, which was fine because that made it easier to control and reduced the probability of high speed crashes and flip-overs; no one wants to do that to their Ferrari! The car can move in six different directions: (1) Straight forward, (2) straight backward, (3) forward turn to the left, (4) forward turn to the right, (5) backward turn to the left and (6) backward turn to the right.
Playing with this radio controlled car was just plain FUN! They didn't have low priced radio controlled vehicles when I was young. We did have prop-driven thimble drome planes and cars, but nothing as simple to use as this Ferrari 488 GTB Radio Controlled Car.
All these little things make it quite a nice model with the suggestion of more detail than is really there. And there is no antenna on the car to give it away as being an RC.
As a radio controlled car I think a lot will depend on the age and temperament of the person who plays with it. It isn’t fast. In fact, by today’s standards, it’s pretty slow. Since it’s a low height sports car intended for indoor use this isn’t too bad. It’s easily fast enough to be a handful in your average size home in most households.
I think it would be great fun for a small child but frustrating for someone who is older. The problem is that the controls are not proportional. So when you steer left or right you get a digital response and the steering instantly goes full lock in whichever direction you steer it. This doesn’t allow for a lot of driving finesse and the slow speed in some ways accentuates this because you can’t wheelspin or oversteer to compensate and turn tighter. With the throttle it’s not so bad; you can feather it on and off to get more control.
The car is well designed. The body is a hard plastic shell but it hangs over the chassis like a skirt with some room to flex from side impacts which makes it less likely to crack and the wing mirrors are made from rubberized plastic that will bend against the door without fracturing or snapping. Little things like this mean it should survive a bit better than your average model.
My husband and I got the most fun out of it when playing with our pugs. They get so excited that some of the failings aren’t really noticeable. Not when you have three little tails wagging furiously. Though the noise when they all bark at it can be a bit much.
This is a nice simple RC car that is child and dog friendly and is designed to be fairly robust compared to cheaper toys. If used under supervision I imagine it will last some time. It takes a lot of batteries that aren’t included and two distinct types which is slightly inconvenient. We had rechargeable batteries which helped. But it takes 3x AAA and 2x AA.
If you don’t drive it much it still makes for quite a nice freestanding model. As I mentioned previously, there is no antenna on the car. So it just looks like a model car when not in use.