The FT008 is a fast, easy and user-friendly, remotely controlled motorboat. The boat, after proper sealing the hull and locking the cover, is virtually unsinkable. In case of capsizing, all you need to do is to push the throttle stick and the motorboat will return to its proper position.
The motorboat was made of high-quality materials and metal elements of drive transmission. The care was also taken when it comes to the details thanks to which the boat looks very aesthetic. The hull which was made with great precision in a “V” shape deserves a particular attention. Its unique construction gives the model a realistic look and facilitates steering at high speeds. Inside we could find electrical engine 180 class, turning servo, a governor and a modern battery LiPo 3.7V with the capacity of 700mAh. Thanks to this, the speed of 14km/h could be easily reached.
The motorboat is steered via the professional and proportional remote controller working at the frequency of 27MHz. No matter whether we float on the swimming pool or in the lake the FT008 boat will provide you with wonderful emotions and will bring you much joy from the ride.
The presented FT008 boat is an RC, RTR type model which means that it is ready to run just after unboxing. All you need to do is to insert 6 AA batteries, which you can also purchase in our shop, into the remote controller.
- Wysokość: 80 mm
- Akumulator: LiPo
- Długość : 270 mm
- Kanały: 2
- Radio: 27-40MHz
- Skala: 1:18
- Szerokość : 70 mm
- Wiek: 8+
- Scale: 1:18
- Dimensions: 280 x 70 x 80mm
- Steering: forward, backward, turning left, turning right
- Engine: 180 class
- Anti-capsize system that turns the boat into the correct position
- Remote controller: 2-channeled, proportional, pistol-type, 27MHz
- Range: 25m
- Max. speed: 14km/h
- Battery: 3.7V 700mAh LiPo
- Charge time: about 150 min
- Operation time: about 6-8 min
- Remote controller’s power source: 6x AA batteries
- FT008 RTR Motorboat
- 27MHz Remote controller
- Display stand
- Spare propeller
- Dedicated element for strengthening the front of the boat