This remote controlled toy car is ideal for big boys. The R/C Buggy can transport two beer cans.
With the R/C Buggy you can stay at your couch and drive to the kitchen, where your wife is hopefully kind enough to fill two cold ones into the buggy.
Legendary gadget shop Hammacher sells the R/C Beverage Buggy for only $49.95.
This 1:12 scale remote-controlled dune buggy has cup holders that secure two 16 oz. cans or bottles.
The buggy is easy to maneuver using the included two-channel 49MHz radio transmitter, which controls right, left, forward, and reverse movement. Remote requires one 9-volt battery; buggy requires four AA batteries.
See also our R/C Toy reviews.
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