RC Speed Boat with 8G Servo, 370 Motor and a top speed of 30Km/h. Launch it in the water and let the fun begin!
Reaching a top speed of 30Km/h, the "Slice of Life" RC speed boat is ready to perform awesome maneuvers straight out of the box. Powered by a high performance 370 type motor and controlled by a full size professional remote control, the "Slice of Life" responds precisely to your controls and will blast through the water.
With a control range of 50 meters, this fast and maneuverable boat will cross the lake in no time and is even small enough to be used in a pool or pond. Crafted out of single piece of ABS, the "Slice of Life" has an optimized aerodynamic hull and detailed construction. Overall, this remote control boat is easy to use and will guarantee you plenty of outdoor fun!
• RC Speed Boat
• 50 Meter Range
• 30Km/h Top Speed
• Maximum Speed: 30km/h
• 370 High Speed Racing Motor
• Aerodynamic ABS Plastic Body
• Twin Propeller Design with Metal Shafts
• Left, Right, Forward, Backward
• Remote Distance: About 50 Meters
• Transmitter Power Source: 9V Battery (Included)
• Speed Boat Power Source: 7.2V 650mah Li-ion Battery (Included)
• Power Input: AC 220V-50Hz
• Power Output: DC 7.2V 150mA
• Running Time: 7 to 10 Minutes
• Speed Boat dimensions: 290x90x80mm (L x W x D)
• Speed Boat weight: 245g
• Transmitter dimensions: 190x150x50 (L x W x D)
• Transmitter weight: 195g
When you want something easy to use right out of the box, that's great for the kids (of any age ) and can be used on almost any patch of water, then this is a great little boat to consider.
One of the best things about it is how it comes with everything you need right in the box. Quick and easy to set up, the boat's battery even has enough charge for you to give it a quick test drive in the neighbour's backyard pool, before you have to pop it on for a full charge.
I really like the safety cut-out feature in this boat... The propeller shaft MUST be in the water, or the motor won't activate. Making the water in which you are driving it a vital part of the power circuit is such a brilliant idea!
The boat, with the battery on board, only weighs a svelte 336 grams, meaning if you drive it right on slightly choppy water, it will give you some nice air-time... But be warned that because of the safety cut-out system, if it flips and turns turtle on you, you'll have to wade out and rescue it. So, maybe don't drive it in any waterway you aren't prepared to swim in yourself.
Overall, for under a hundred, this is a very affordable and nifty boat to play with. There are models out there that are designed and weighted so that they will automatically right themselves in the water, but the added pricetag for this outweighs the benefits for me, so this boat ticks pretty much all the boxes for me, in terms of an inexpensive toy I can let the kids play with in confidence.
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