ZenWheels Micro Car Becomes The Latest Toy You Control From Your iPhone
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/02/2012 -- In real life, there is nothing exciting about having to look for a parking spot in NYC and when you do find one, try to squeeze into the spot with some impressive parallel parking. On the other hand, if you’re driving the ZenWheels Micro Car, parallel parking becomes a fun game.
The ZenWheels Micro Car is a new remote controlled car. The tiny Micro car works via Bluetooth with an app on the iPhone. What makes the ZenWheels Micro Car very different from other RC mini cars is the proportional steering and control.
In the ZenWheels Micro Car review that Dad Does performed, the most impressive stunt was being able to parallel park the micro car with amazing precision. The user has absolute precision steering controls and is able to make tiny adjustments and have a unique driving experience.
Please watch the video review of the ZenWheels Micro Car
“At first glance the ZenWheels Micro Car looks like all the other mini RC race cars. It is slightly larger than the Hot Wheels Nitro Speeder but at first glance appears to be the same type of car. Once you turn on the ZenWheels and experience the amazing maneuvering, you realize the ZenWheels Micro Cars are in a class of their own. These cars are not about blazing fast top speeds, but more about precision controlled driving” states Dan Nessel of DadDoes.Com .
In addition to the precision driving experience, there are a number of extras built into the Micro Car to increase play value. You have lights, hazards, horns, directional lights, sirens and various blue lights on the bottom of the car. In addition, the ZenWheels Micro Car comes with timing gates so you can run races and record your lap times.
DadDoes.Com has been busy reviewing all the top toys for 2012 to help parents figure out what to buy for the upcoming holiday season. If you have kids who are more into spy missions than racing cars, the SpyNet Ultra Vision Night Goggles are an excellent choice.
The SpyNet Ultra Vision goggles allow kids to see in complete darkness. New for 2012 is the ability to not only see in the dark, but also record video in total darkness. To increase the play value, there are also a number of overlays and different modes such as ghost recon and thermo scan.
Nessel states, “Kids will love the SpyNet Ultra Vision Night Goggles from Jakks Pacific. The ability to record video, opens up a whole new way to play with this toy. I can see kids making movies with the night vision video they can capture with the Spy Net Ultra Vision.”
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