Irc Jumbo Jet (Model 6642)
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IRC Jumbo Jet, model 6642, is an educational toy designed to provide auditory and visual stimulation for children with neurological disabilities. This jet comes with a simple infrared remote control that resembles real airplane controls, a Y-shaped base with a navigation screen in the center, big buttons, and indicator lights. The toy has a plastic body in the shape of a jet with windows in the front and on the sides, two engines under each wing, two wheels under the nose of the plane, and two wheels behind the engines on the underside of both wings. When children press one button on the remote control, the jet begins taxiing and making sounds. If the control lever is turned to the sides, the plane's wings tilt as it turns. Then, if children push down on the lever, the plane makes landing sounds and stops. The jet also makes fun noises while it flies, which encourages children to enhance their eye-hand coordination as they learn to operate the remote controls. POWER: Uses 7 double-A batteries (not included). COLOR: The body of the jet is white with yellow, dark blue, red, and light blue trim on the tail and wings, The four engines are grey and silver. The wheels are black. The body of the remote control is dark blue and red with bright yellow buttons and switches. The navigation screen on the remote control is black and white with a blue outline of a jet on it.
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