Dec 19 2006, 4:00pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
The toy in question is from Hobbytron and is a remote controlled clown fish that is full function allowing you to control its movement forwards, backwards and side to side while moving forwards or backwards. This is a very cool toy that your kids are sure to love.Review excerpt: "The Nemo fish itself is rechargeable and gets its power from a blue rectangular charging station that has six AA batteries inside of it. The fish charges enough for about 15 minutes of play time in about 2 minutes on the charger. The hand held controller also uses three AA batteries for power." Buy your own Nemo RC toy here. Read the full review here.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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