Gigantic Tarantula - Remote controlled spider
Gigantic Tarantula - Remote controlled spider €36,99 €39,99

Gigantic Tarantula - Remote controlled spider

With this hairy Tarantula Spin you scare everyone, especially when it comes to someone! With the remote-controlled Spin you scare your friends and colleagues. You can make the hairy spider go in all directions and the legs move just like a real one!

€39,99 €36,99
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Article number: AC-001884
EAN: 5902802901477
Delivery time: Ordered before 17:00 tomorrow in the house or pick up directly in Venlo
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✔ Gigantic lifelike tarantula with remote control.
✔ Ideal to scare people.
✔ Controllable with remote but can also be used on autopilot.
✔ Super-realistic with small hairs and glowing eyes.
✔ Range of the remote control: about 4 meters.

With this frightening tarantula you scare people. The spider is really big and is therefore a frightening appearance. The spider looks very realistic and also moves like a real spider. It is covered with small hairs and the eyes glow in the dark. With the remote control you can move the tarantula around. People who suddenly see a giant spider approaching themselves will scare themselves into an accident. There is a button on the remote control that allows you to move the spider in any direction. The range of the remote control is four meters so you can control it throughout the room. With this spider you are guaranteed to promise a lot of fun if you scare your friends and relatives.

Dimensions (length / width / height): 23 x 25 x 7.5 cm
Dimensions of the remote control: (width / height): 10 x 27.5 cm.
Power Spin: 4 x AA batteries (not included)
Remote control: 1 x 9V 6-RL61 battery (not included)
Frequency: 27 MHz
Age: from 3 years (recommended age 8 years)

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