If your kids need some nautical nonsense sans actual aquatics, NKOK has just the toy for the job!

The SpongeBob Full Function R/C cars from NKOK come in two styles: skateboarder SpongeBob and Krabby Patty, which features SpongeBob driving the Patty Wagon. Both feature rubber tires and adjustable front-wheel alignment.  

These R/Cs have a 150-foot range. | Source: NKOK

Setting up these R/C cars is a piece of cake. The actual R/C takes four double A batteries and the remote control takes two, and then kids are ready to drive Spongebob all the way from Bikini Bottom to Shell City and back again.

The SpongeBob NKOK R/Cs are a great option for kids who know that F is for friends who do stuff together: Up to 16 racers can play at a time! The R/Cs also have a staggering range of 150 feet, and kids can floor it easily: The transmitter features a functional turbo boost button.

At $29.99, for kids who can’t get enough of the little yellow guy and love racing cars to boot, the price point isn’t too drastic for a durable toy like this. Plus the fluid navigability and the vibrant designs alone make this a win in any R/C lineup. Stock up for SpongeBob SquarePants-themed birthday parties, or share one between a pair of SpongeBob and Patrick-type siblings. The cars are intended for kids ages 6 and up, but it’s so easy that with a little guidance all ages of fry cooks can get in on the fun.

These R/Cs are conveniently available at Amazon and Walmart, so say “I’m ready!” to making every day the best day ever for your little ones with these SpongeBob NKOK Full Control R/C cars. 


The SpongeBob R/C cars come in two styles: Krabby Patty and skateboarder Spongebob. Each features dual rubber tires and adjustable front-wheel alignment, plus the transmitter features a functional turbo boost button. The R/Cs allow up to 16 racers at once and have a range of 150 feet.

Product Facts

  • MSRP:
  • $29.99
  • Age:
  • 5+

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Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson is an editorial assistant at the Pop Insider, the Toy Insider, and the Toy Book. When she isn't writing, the Seattle native can be found reading the classics, watching football, and scouring the city for New York's best vintage.