The Remote Controlled Scorpion

Can there be a better Halloween gift than a scorpion that scurries on the ground just like a real one? Mind it, this is not any ordinary scorpion, but it can actually freak out your folks once you leave it on the ground and operate it through the remote control.

You might not want to use it to scare your older folks, or else, they might get seriously afraid… and you know what that can lead to. This remote controlled scorpion can move forward, backward, and can also spin on a 360-degree angle. It is made from ABS and molded polypropylene giving it the exact scorpion look.

Believe it or not, once you hold this scorpion in your hand, it’d feel as if it’s real. That is because the body of this one has been made exactly like the body of a real scorpion. The skin, its texture, and thickness are accurately designed like of a real scorpion.

How does it move?

Make no mistake about knowing that there is a set of wheels beneath the scorpion’s body, which allows it to move. But, that does not mean that it would look like a remote car without any realistic moves. When this scorpion moves, the legs and the tail twitch too, which makes it look like a real scorpion. If you don’t believe me, try it out yourself, and you’ll see how frightened people can get thinking it’s a real scorpion.

This remote controlled scorpion requires four AAA batteries to function. It is not recommended for children under the age of six. Basically, it is perfect for children of ages 6 to 7 so you might want to get it for your kiddo on this Halloween. It is 7 inches long, 6 inches wide, and 2 inches high. The total weight of the scorpion is 5 ½ oz, and comes with a price tag of $24.95!

If you really want to give your son something unusual, then this one for sure can be the best Halloween gift this year. It’s not an ordinary remote controlled scorpion you get out there, this one is totally different and freaky!

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