Shen Qi Wei MINI REMOTE
CONTROL RC RACER CAR w/ 2.6 Engine (includes
Ferrari, Mercede Benz, Porsche, BMW Models
These Shen Qi Wei Micro RC
Racers are the quickest, most responsive and most reliable car in the
market today. Compare to Honda-Make Qualities and Standards !!!
MINI CAR COMPARISON - OURS VS.
||2.6 or 300 MPH (scale)
||1.0 or 150 MPH (scale)
||Rubber Soft Racing Tires
||Plastic Hard, Slick Factory Tires
||up to 2 minutes
||up to 20 minutes
||up to 5 minutes
||Up to 75 feet
||Almost w/ any car
Qi Wei Micro Racers are the smallest
radio controlled cars in the world, and when we say small we really do
mean it. In fact, if it wasn't for the aerial you could easily fit a
couple of Shen Qi Wei Micro Racers into your mouth, (not a good idea, please
Shen Qi Wei Micro Racer is so incredibly tiny it can't accommodate batteries
(even a single AAA wouldn't fit), so the clever designers have made the
cars rechargeable. Simply clip the vehicle onto its RC handset (requires
2 x AA batteries).
The good news is charging time is only 45 seconds. The bad news is...
well, there isn't any, as the cars will run for over 5 minutes per
charge. Besides, you'll need at least 45 seconds to catch your breath
after playing with a Shen Qi Wei Micro Racer – they really are that amazing.
Even when not in use these micro marvels will look great perched on your
desk and are small enough to hide in your top pocket should the boss
come snooping. Shen Qi Wei Micro Racers: they are small and they are clever
and they are the most reliable mini cars in the market today!
The total length of these cars cartoonish body
is about 62mm (2.45 inches). This makes it roughly 1/60th to 1/70th
scale, depending on the size of the real car you compare it with.
It's about 33mm wide (1.3 inches) at the wing
mirrors. Its wheelbase (distance between axles) is about 31mm, and its
track (width from one outside wheel edge to the other) is about 30mm.
So it's small.
The pedestal of the Shen Qi Wei Micro Racer comes on
is screwed to the battery bay cover of the transmitter, which is round
and makes up the bottom of the presentation dome arrangement.
The telescopic antenna comes poked into
a hole in the transmitter; you pull it out of there and screw it into
the receiver's top before use.
Then you install the batteries, and you're ready
to rock and roll.
Ah, you ask, but what about the batteries for
the car itself?
No problem. It gets its power from the same AAs
that power the transmitter.
To charge the car, you flip back the
blue cover on the bottom of the transmitter and clip the car on.
Charging takes 45 to 100 seconds, depending on the transmitter's whim
and the quality of the contact between the car and the charge point. You
should get around five minutes of driving per charge, depending on how
and where you drive. The transmitter's four buttons give you only
digital control - forwards, backwards, left and right, but no shades of
grey - but the little tacker's really quite driveable. Especially if
you've ever been forced to play a PC racing game using the keyboard.
It's the same deal.