Recon Rover PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Geraldez   
Friday, 21 February 2014 23:10

Check out the new Recon Rover by Maisto Tech. This R/C comes with a built in mount for small portable video cameras, smart phones or mobile devices. Now you can record all the action and see what the Recon Rover sees!



Last Updated on Friday, 21 February 2014 23:52
 
SIDE X SIDES PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Geraldez   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:41

Check out the latest offering from Maisto in our Fresh Metal lineup, 1:32 scale Side X Sides. These are officially licensed 1:32 replicas of some of the hottest off-road vehicles like the Kawasaki Teryx4™ 750 4x4, Polaris® RZR® 900, and the Yamaha Rhino 700.



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HUMMER HX concept -- 1:24 AllStars PDF Print E-mail
Written by charlesmaisto   
Tuesday, 04 February 2014 22:29

Although HUMMER vehicles have been out of the picture for a few years as far as new ones being available, they still have an appealing rugged style. We can only guess whether the HX concept would have led to a production vehicle.


Here's a new metallic orange color on the HX concept in our 1:24 scale AllStars line. It's SKU 31309 and should be available soon.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 22:36
 
New Sons Of Anarchy Bikes rolling out soon! PDF Print E-mail
Written by CASTRO   
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 21:44

The wait for Season 7, the final Season of SOA will be a long one. While you're waiting to see all the action erupt into a violent explosion, feast your eyes on the latest 1:18 scale die-cast SOA bikes that are hitting soon. These are legit, we finally have John "JT" Teller's bike from the clubhouse showing up in a single card release. We also have "Tig" and "Chibs" Dyna Street Bob's which both came out looking Bad Ass!





 
Slickers -- Just for the fun of it PDF Print E-mail
Written by charlesmaisto   
Friday, 17 January 2014 00:20

In addition to realistic models, Maisto makes fun little pull-back toys like Slickers, too.

They're only about 2-1/2" long. Each has a pull-back motor so no batteries are needed. Set one on a hard surface, roll it backward a few inches then let it go. It might go straight, it might turn or even pop a wheelie. Adjust the "spare tire" on the back for different actions. There are twelve different body styles. The SKU is 15023.

 
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