Rc Wall Climbing Car
The RC wall-climbing car is a fantastic twist on the regular way of running an RC car. For those who're bored of going out there and just hitting the tarmac every single day, running the RC wall-climbing car up a building is something that is a great way to break the monotony. A fun and wonderful way to not just play with your RC car but to, probably, freak out some friends, family members or even neighbours, there are few things that are creative as the RC wall-climbing car.
Built with the latest trials into the world of RC cars, these RC wall-climbing car models are exactly the same as a regular RC model car but with one small difference. The model comes with a suction-system that creates a vacuum and allows it to plant itself to the wall like Spiderman. In some cases, this system can be something that's extremely complex while in other scenarios, something very light and simple can get this done.
The most common and cheapest way of getting a car to stick to the wall has been to use simple fans. These fans are small, fit into the under-belly of the car and create a vacuum when they're running. This allows the RC wall-climbing car to stay stuck to the wall and, therefore, not fall off. There are many models like the Air Hog series brought to you by Spinmaster. Known as the "Zero-Gravity" car, these RC wall-climbing car models use the fan to do what they do best.
This series of RC wall-climbing cars comes in some wonderful shapes & sizes and are extremely agile, wonderful to look at and some of the most exciting models out there. They allow you to do everything you can, on the ground, on a wall or even the roof.
The Gold Rosita Mini RC Wall-Climbing Car series is all about using this fan-based technology to create something spectacular. While not too different from the Spinmaster models, these RC wall-climbing cars have the added bonus of a low-batter alarm. To begin with, they can be charged from almost any point, including the USB port of a laptop or computer. Once they are charged completely, they are ready to run. As the battery begins to run low and the danger of the car popping off the wall or ceiling becomes imminent, the headlights start flashing with a tiny alarm beeping off.
A model from Firebox, their RC wall-climbing Humvee, works on a slightly different principle. The company has decided to reverse the concept of a hovercraft by simply inverting the principles that allow the car to create a vacuum under it. When inclined at an angle of 450 or more, the vacuum-system comes on automatically, sealing the car to the wall. The contraption doesn't give the car a wonderful appearance but it does the job that an RC wall-climbing car should do.
There is always the usual way of doing things and then there's the new way. While the new way may not always be as much fun as the regular way, it is something different. At times, different can feel quite nice, especially when you need a break. The RC wall-climbing car is never going to be as powerful, agile, or fast as a regular RC model but the chances are, when you need a break, you won't anything as much fun as an RC wall-climbing car.