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Tagamoto Motorized Smart Car + Track

Tagamoto Motorized Smart Car + Track

SKU#: 640-3029

Tagamoto Vehicles with Lights & Sound have real working headlights and taillights, and more than 15 different sounds including engine revving, car horns and sirens that are activated by codes placed strategically on the road. Codes included with each road set.

Tagamoto Vehicles with Lights & Sound conform to CPSIA standards. Ages 4+

  • Micro-sized motorized cars with high-tech code reading capabilities
  • Available in 8 collectible colors and body styles
  • Powered by the patented HEXBUG Nano motion technology
  • Feature 3 different modes of play – Off Road, Roads & Codes & Free Roll
  • Two button cell batteries AG13 (LR44) are included in each car
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Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

  • Attention HO Scale hobbyist !
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    First I must say that my two grandsons love their car set and play with it for hours although the lack of straight track is a minus. For the HO scale hobbyist these cars are perfect. Placing a Ho figure beside a car is the closest I have found to Ho appearance. For roadway, I used black foam sheet cut to Ho scale. Then I super glued 30 test black nylon coated fishing leader wire to the foam for a guide. The cars follow the wire perfectly . Unlike the very costly Faller car system (vehicles run $100.00+ each) you have all the fun of sound and lights. The more roadway, the more fun. Sorry Faller ! PERFECT !! Ho train hobby lovers now have a new option .
    Review by Frank V (Posted on 2/22/2017)
  • Great Smart Car! But not enough tracks!!!
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    Smart car is great. Lot of features and sensors. The track that comes with the car is 6 inch long. That is nothing to see the features of the car. Extra tracks are not available anymore. That is not good. You can't buy more track. This limits the appeal of this great car. Hope the manufacturer understand this.

    Review by Rajiv (Posted on 8/3/2016)