Win WowWee’s REV App-Controlled Robotic Enhanced Vehicles

REVs think and fight for themselves and are equipped with a proprietary indoor GPS system that enables them to sense their surroundings.


WowWee introduces R.E.V. - Robotic Enhanced Vehicles that are app-enabled and built for speed and battle!

REVs think and fight for themselves and are equipped with BeaconSense technology, a proprietary indoor GPS system that enables them to sense their surroundings and navigate accordingly. REVs are hardwired to outwit, outplay and outlast YOU, their human opponents.

REV does not require a special surface or mat to play on, and up to 12 players can enter the game.

Each REV Starter Kit comes with two specially-equipped vehicles; just download the free app onto an iOS or Android smart device and jump into the driver seat, while setting the second REV to Autonomous Mode.

Square off against your REV opponent in multiple game modes like Chase and Evade and REV Campaign, but be warned ... Artificial Intelligence can be dangerous!

If you want to get a head-start on your holiday shopping, Robotics Trends is giving away one REV Bonus Pack - a $159.99 value - that contains two vehicles, accessories, charging packs and a smart ramp.

To enter the sweepstakes, create your free Robotics Trends account today or log in below! The Sweepstakes will end on Nov 30, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. ET. You only have to enter once. Here are the official sweepstakes rules.


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