About the Product
What is so unique about the PlasmaCar is that it works on people power! No matter who uses this great product, it captures inertia, gravity and friction to allow for the rider to control and propel themselves on the car without any engine. With that being said, I was amazed at how fast you go on this car with your own energy behind you. Even more so, I was impressed with how fast my daughters could go on the car.
With the fact that I have very energetic kids this was a great product to help them burn office and the energy that they have during the day. As an adult I even found it to be a lot of fun as well as it does make you use muscles that you don’t always use and simply be active with your kids. As you’ll see below, I gave my thoughts via video inside the house, but soon after making this video we also took it outside and the kids had just as much fun and it worked just as well. I was amazed that as an adult that in the PlasmaCar also holds a person of my size as well as I was not expecting that. I was even more amazed to find that on even surfaces it can hold a person up to 220 pounds.
The PlasmaCar was easy to put together, it did take a few minutes but I was able to put together without any problems and very few tools, so even the less mechanically inclined can rest assured that they will be able to put this together.
The PlasmaCar is available in six colors including red, blue, green, purple, pink and the newest addition – yellow.
The cars usually retail price: $69.99. To find a retailer near you, visit www.PlasmaCar.com
My Further Take on the Car
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