Drive the App-Controlled Batmobile with the Dark Knight!
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Speed to Gotham City crime scenes with the motorized LEGO® DC Super Heroes 76112 App-Controlled Batmobile. This cool vehicle features 2 motors powered by a Bluetooth-controlled battery hub, an opening minifigure cockpit, 4-wheel drive and 2 dual stud shooters. Simply download the app to control the vehicle from your smartphone or tablet. This set also includes a new-for-August-2018 Batman™ minifigure.
Includes a new-for-August-2018 Batman™ minifigure.
This motorized Batmobile toy features 2 motors powered by a Bluetooth-controlled battery hub, an opening minifigure cockpit, 4-wheel drive and 2 dual stud shooters.
Includes 11 new-for-August-2018 Bat weapons and elements to customize your build and minifigure.
Press down on the roof to turn it on and off.
Control the Batmobile via the app on your smartphone or tablet.
Download the app from the App Store and Google Play. Ask your parents’ permission before going online.
This product requires batteries (not included). Please refer to the product packaging for type and quantity.
Designed for indoor use only.
Batmobile measures over 3” (9cm) high, 7” (19cm) long and 5” (13cm) wide.
App-Controlled Batmobile is rated
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Rated 2 out of
Difficult to control with the App.Set is very cool and a fun build. I really like the new Bluetooth brick. However, it is very difficult to control with the App. It needs a two lever physical remote control similar to a tank drive remote. I would also suggest that Lego make a rechargeable Bluetooth battery box with access to the charging port so you don’t have to take the whole thing out to replace the batteries.
Date published: 2018-08-10
Rated 5 out of
Batman Arkham Knight (Batmobile)I really like this set, the batmobile handles really good and it has a nice design, the price however it’s really high, although in my opinion it’s quite worth it.
It’s not a perfect replica of the Arkham Batmobile but it’s close enough, at first I thought it was a generic Batmobile but at closer inspection (the windshield gave it away) made me realize it’s the one from the video game, It’s probably shaped that way so it can be more maneuverable.
The Batman minifigure it’s amazing, really accurate, but it’s really odd that only the torso is black, I think it’s a weird choice. but I’m happy that LEGO company finally released a Batman: Arkham Knight set.
Date published: 2018-08-01
Rated 1 out of
Not impressedFew issues with this product. Firstly, it's such a pain to control this with the app. It can be a bit slow and sometimes the batmobile just doesn't respond the way you want it to. Would have been far cooler with a steering mechanic. 2nd issue is that I have absolutely no idea what this batmobile is based off. I've seen someone say its the one from the Arkham Knight game and if that's what they were aiming for, they failed miserably. The design is really boring, would have been far better if they'd gone for one of the movie designs (tumbler would sell far better). Thirdly, is of course the price. All things considered, i expect far better functionality for $100. I'd recommend taking that and spending it on a cool Ninjago or Star Wars set.
Date published: 2018-08-17
Rated 1 out of
Very DisappointedI had fun building this weird little batmobile (like others not sure what this is based off of...maybe the latest LEGO video game, but that doesn't matter). I was very psyched to be able to drive a LEGO batmobile. That lasted all of ten minutes after my build was complete. The app is very sketchy.
There are NO instructions on where or how to download the app. The URL in the instruction book only takes you to a page with features and a video. No link to get the app nor information on the app. Plus the webpage is improperly formatted for mobile and shows the HTML code. Indicative of the fact that the app itself isn't all that great.
It took along time for the blue tooth to connect to a brand new (fully updated) iPhone 8 that was only two inches from the control brick. After my initial play time. I shut down the app (you can't really power off the brick as far as I can tell -- again no instructions). When I went back to play again I could not reconnect to the Batmobile at all! I had to do a hard reboot of my phone for it to pair again. (Tested this and it appears this is how I am going to have to do it EVERY time I want to play. Good thing it was for me and not a child that will get frustrated faster than I did.) There is an awful lot of sitting around and waiting before you can even play with this toy.
When the app is working it is VERY hard to control the vehicle. You have to look at the screen to make sure you are touching the correct controls. I spent a lot of time going in circles because I was watching the car and my thumb did not quite make it back into the forward motion for the left motors. There is a lot to be said for a physical (tactile) controller for toys like this. Until LEGO builds a streaming camera into these toys so you can watch the screen the whole time while playing I will stick to the standard Power Functions and controllers (until LEGO stops making them, but even then I don't think they will be able to force me into spending more money on an app controlled toy).
Also now that you have to use your phone to play with your cool new toys, you no longer have a way to shoot video and share the fun (or in my case frustration).
I cannot image how ticked I would be if I had purchased the train. I am NOT looking forward to LEGO killing off the current Power Functions in favor of this poorly thought out and barely functioning bluetooth app control product.