- Push the record button on the controller to save your trick to the controller?s memory
- Ready for a replay? Press the Replay Trigger and watch the Ricochet Stunt Pro RC vehicle show off one of your saved stunts
- Step steering and intense speed levels make this tough, two-sided vehicle the ultimate ride to master your sick trick
- The RC vehicle comes with a multi channel 2.4 ghz remote for advanced control
- Tonka Tough
Go wild with this freewheeling remote control car. The Ricochet Stunt Pro was made to steer through the sharpest turns and do the best stunts you can come up with. Its awesome remote technology lets you save your favorite stunts and press Replay to do them over and over. You’re at the wheel, so get ready to amaze yourself with daredevil stunt action. The vehicle comes with a controller, battery charger and wall adapter. It includes 3 AAA batteries for the controller and 1 rechargeable 9.6V battery for the vehicle.Product Dimensions (inches): 5.2 (L) x 19.9 (W) x 14.2 (H) Age: 8 years and up The tough and agile TONKA XT RICOCHET STUNT PRO R/C Vehicle lets you create new stunts and remembers the stunts you just performed. Kids can activate the remote replay function to record and save up to four of their favorite stunts, then press replay to perform them over and over again. The TONKA XT RICHOCHET STUNT PRO R/C Vehicle is fast, rugged, and delivers all the toughness TONKA trucks offer.
List Price: $ 79.99
Price: $ 56.99
This RC truck is very similar to other Tonka RC’s, but it has a recording and replay feature rather than the Monster Lift as an example. The replay feature works but doesn’t add much fun. It feels like a gimmick to provide differentiation. The kids enjoy the Monster Lift feature on the other Tonka RC much more. It turns the low riding and long truck into a monster truck.
The battery life is very poor. The instructions say to charge it for 4 hours to get 15 minutes of run time. Depending on how much you are truly driving the care while you play with it, 15 minutes of run time might be around 30 minutes of play time. Frustrating.
It seems to be very sturdy like our other Tonka RC is. We’ve crashed it a lot and there are no signs of any problems.
The first few times the kids played with this RC, they thought it was very fun. “Awesome” was the word that they used. After the third time, they lost interest. They haven’t asked to pull it out in weeks. Definitely, the poor battery life is part of the reason, but it just doesn’t have a lot of replay value.