The Power Wheels Brute Force is an awesome battery operated quad that looks just like its adult version. One of our neighbors has twin boys, very rambunctious twin boys who have lots of energy to expend. Anna actually refers to them as the “crazy” boys who live down the street. She thinks they’re “crazy” but she loves to go for walks to see what they’re up to!
Last summer their father decided to buy them matching quads to keep them busy and his choice was the Power Wheels Brute Force. Well let me tell you, these quads are not only tough looking but they’re also tough running. They are the perfect ride for adventurous boys (and girls) who love to get down and dirty.
We got such a kick out of watching these kids tour around the neighborhood. Anna could tell when they were coming by their sound, and she would run to the front of the house every single time so she could wave hello.
We live in a somewhat rural suburb where there are wooded and country areas. I’m not sure where these boys were riding their Power Wheels Brute Force quads but they were usually covered in mud, or grass, or water. They must have traveled through every rough terrain area in the neighborhood.
So the point of all of my rambling is that this is a great ride for your children. These are some of the highlights of this ride:
- The Power Wheels Brute Force is a 12 volt ride on toy that travels at 2 speeds forward (2.5 mph and 5 mph) and 1 speed in reverse (2.5 mph). These are very safe speeds for even the inexperienced riders.
- The Brute Force comes equipped with Fisher-Price’s Monster Traction. This ATV has some similarity to the Power Wheels Ninja, but the monster traction feature is what makes this ride so versatile in any terrain. Your kids will be able to get around in areas that would make other rides spin and stop. Not so with this great ride!
- This cool quad has cup holders for drinks and a very roomy storage box that you won’t see on other quads. This makes it more convenient for the kids to be able to ride longer without having to come back inside the house.
There’s only one word of advice from my neighbor Jeff, and that is to strongly consider getting an extra battery that you can keep charged. The Power Wheels Brute Force will operate about 2 hours on a charge. If you’ve got kids that you think will want to ride for longer than that then it will benefit you to have a spare.
Battery operated ride on toys are a great way for kids to become more independent, increase motor skills, and gain self confidence. This one is very durable, it operates at a very safe speed, and it will satisfy the biggest thrill seeker in your home!
Originally posted 2010-03-07 19:14:21. Republished by Blog Post Promoter