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BabyJoy 12V Kids Electric 4-Wheeler ATV Quad 2 Speeds Ride On Car w/MP3&LED Lights White

Item# SPM15738815324 | Model# TY327802WH | Added on November 18, 2020 |
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BabyJoy 12V Kids Electric 4-Wheeler ATV Quad 2 Speeds Ride On Car w/MP3&LED Lights White
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Are you bothered by your kids' addiction to video games? Our electric ride on quad ATV is the perfect solution to mobilize kids' enthusiasm and drive in the spare time. Kids can drive the car easily through high/ low speed switch and forward/ reverse switch. And foot pedal and handlebars help children better control the speed and direction of the car. Built-in music and stories will bring added fun further while driving. You can also connect smart devices with USB slot and AUX input to let your child listen to their favorite music, stories and more. Moreover, shinning LED lights will brighten up the surroundings in the darkness, while offering a realistic ATV experience! It is worth mentioning that this ride on ATV features comfortable seat with safety belt and 4-wheel suspension so that your little one will get the best protection. Your kids can drive it skillfully whether on the wood floor, cement road, rubber track or other places.

Features:
PP new material and metal frame to ensure sturdiness and durability
2 powerful drive motors to reach 3-8 km/h speed
Equipped with AUX input, USB port to connect external devices
Variable high/ low speeds for different driving experience
Forward/ reverse switch, foot pedal and handlebars for kids to operate easily
Bright LED lights, built-in music and stories for added fun
4 wear-resistant wheels with spring suspension for long-time use
Kids-friendly seat with safety belt for higher comfort and safety
One-button start design for ... read more
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