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PAW Patrol 6-Volt Ride-On Toys: Chase Police Cruiser or Skye Helicopter EXPIRED

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Walmart has PAW Patrol 6-Volt Ride-On Toy (Skye Helicopter or Chase Police Cruiser) on sale for $78. Shipping is free.

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  • Real foot pedal acceleration creates a lifelike driving experience.
  • Goes forward at a top speed of 2.5 MPH.
  • Power Trax rubber traction strip tires keep the ride smooth and steady.
  • Sits one rider, ages 3 - 5, with a maximum weight of 60 lbs.
  • Comes with a 6-volt rechargeable battery and wall charger.
  • Direct Connect One Step Charging System

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Walmart [walmart.com]has the PAW Patrol: Chase Police Cruiser or Skye Helicopter, 6-Volt Ride-On Toy for $78. Shipping is free.
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6 volt s worth the 2.5 months of summer. This is a starter like training wheels. Once he she gets the hang of it - boom - you want the 12volt and wonder how long this will sit in the shed being unused. Got my 6 volt used for 35. Good for that initial first round. Skip it and get 12 volt. Or buy used less than 35 and sell it to the next for 35. Majority should skip 6 volts though.

hooked up my 18v Milwaukee battery to a 12 volt power wheels - talk about whippin it 😆
Plus run time is under 15 mins. Not worth it IMO
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Are these overvoltable?
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Is 6v worth even 78$?..6V doesn't have that much power..
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Is 6v worth even 78$?..6V doesn't have that much power..
Plus run time is under 15 mins. Not worth it IMO
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Is 6v worth even 78$?..6V doesn't have that much power..
6 volt s worth the 2.5 months of summer. This is a starter like training wheels. Once he she gets the hang of it - boom - you want the 12volt and wonder how long this will sit in the shed being unused. Got my 6 volt used for 35. Good for that initial first round. Skip it and get 12 volt. Or buy used less than 35 and sell it to the next for 35. Majority should skip 6 volts though.

hooked up my 18v Milwaukee battery to a 12 volt power wheels - talk about whippin it 😆
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6 volt s worth the 2.5 months of summer. This is a starter like training wheels. Once he she gets the hang of it - boom - you want the 12volt and wonder how long this will sit in the shed being unused. Got my 6 volt used for 35. Good for that initial first round. Skip it and get 12 volt. Or buy used less than 35 and sell it to the next for 35. Majority should skip 6 volts though.

hooked up my 18v Milwaukee battery to a 12 volt power wheels - talk about whippin it 😆
We just wired in an adapter from amazon to use 18v dewalt batteries on our old 6v kid trax mini cooper. Haven't gotten a kid on it yet but looking forward to doing some donuts til we blow the motor Big Grin
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Not worth it.6v too weak and slow.
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Not worth it.6v too weak and slow.
Agreed.

Also, anyone looking to overvolt this thing. Please understand, you will absolutely want to replace the motors in here too, Even doubling to a 12v (slow) will likely way overpower motors intended to be run at 6v.

I just overvolted a 12v ride-on to 18v. I do not reccomend going more than 1.5x's the power without replacing motors and gear box. Otherwise you will just destroy your motors and gearbox.
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My screw driver has higher voltage than this. Unless you're just buying the frame and planing on tinker with the electronics and swap out some of the mechanical parts, don't waste your money.
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LS swap?
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All fun and games until another kid pulls up in a Lambo.
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Quote from Samweiss :
Agreed.

Also, anyone looking to overvolt this thing. Please understand, you will absolutely want to replace the motors in here too, Even doubling to a 12v (slow) will likely way overpower motors intended to be run at 6v.

I just overvolted a 12v ride-on to 18v. I do not recommend going more than 1.5x's the power without replacing motors and gear box. Otherwise you will just destroy your motors and gearbox.
Bought a similar one from Walmart years ago and have been wondering to upgrade the battery voltage for a long while. So you mean it's too risky to put on a 12v? It's too hard to find a 9v, and my guess is that it wouldn't make a big difference.

Anyway, I agree that DO NOT buy this. My 3 year old never tries to ride again after the first trial.
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Helicopter looks very unsafe with the blade so close to the head and it doesnt even fly
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