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This scale model in 1/30 is an absolute eye-catcher impressing not just by its size but also by superb detail. Despite its vintage looks the models construction is state-of-the-art. Main structure is sturdy but, nevertheless, lightweight and still easy to handle. The hull is laminated in glass fibre with an additional reinforcement at the bow made of a machined Epoxy plate. The main structure is made of CNC-milled plastic parts plug snuggly into each other. Banisters, doors and window frames are injection moulded. A full set of fittings is also part of the kit including brass, plastic and resin cast parts. The paddle wheel is also made of injection moulded plastic and, therefore, 100% waterproof just like the rest of the model. Shafts and levers are made of machined brass. The main drive consists of an electric motor flanged directly to a gear box bringing revolutions down true to scale and with loads of torque. This complete kit comes with a bow thruster which is not scale, of course, but allows easier maneuvering. The models lightweight construction also allows installation of a steam engine.
Technical data: Length 1490 mm Width 300 mm Height 505 mm Weight approx. 12 kg (incl. battery)
This complete set includes: glass fibre hull superstructure made of CNC-milled plastic sheet complete fittings set fairings and panels made of plastic for outside walls set of foils for deck planking with wooden structure paddle wheel with connecting rods and tail boom gear unit with electric motor bow thruster plan drawn 1/1 drawings in 3D building instructions
The Ragazza 1-Meter Sailboat RTR is for beginners and seasoned captains alike. Water-ready in no time and featuring high-end materials such as a Spektrum 2.4GHz radio system, plus impressive looks and performance, this sailboat is prepared for competition.
Whether you are just getting into radio control sailboats or a seasoned captain looking for an IOM (International One Meter) sport racer, the Ragazza sailboat offers the perfect vessel to make your dreams a reality. Rip-resistant nylon sails provide great performance and maximum durability and the resilient fiberglass hull slices through the surf. The Ragazza features great performance on the water and looks fantastic breaking the waves.
Hand-laid fiberglass hull with bow foam protector Easy to remove aluminum mast for simple transportation Stainless steel rigging does not stretch while underway Adjustable turnbuckles makes for easy trim of rigging tension Includes Ripstop nylon sails with reinforced corners A strong winch servo controls the sails Steering is controlled by a high torque servo and large rudder High impact graphics will make your boat stand out on the water and on display Waterproof electronics Aluminum boat stand included 8AA batteries included Spektrum 2.4GHz DX2M marine Radio System
SPECIFICATIONS Length:39.4 in (1000mm)Beam:9.75 in (247.65mm)Mast Height:61.02 in (1.55M)Radio:Spektrum2.4GHz DX2M marine Radio SystemHull Material:FiberglassTrim Scheme Colors:Red, black, and whiteHull Type:SailboatKit/RTR:RTRSail Area (Main):.18 sq mSail Area (Jib):.24 sq mSail Area (Overall):.42 sq mMinimum Age Recommendation:14 yearsExperience Level:Intermediate
Bussard Scale ARTR model of a river surveillance boat to 1 : 20 scale
The original The example of the buzzard is used on the waterways of the Ruhr by the Water Authority for water control in the context of environmental protection, for the measurement of flow velocities, for review and maintenance of fairway markers and a variety of other tasks.
The model The model is prefabricated at the factory so far that only finishing work such as attaching some fittings and the installation of remote control components must be carried out. Even without prior knowledge of model it is possible to provide the buzzard ready in a few hours. The model is painted in various colors on excellent quality, the windows are made of tinted plastic and are used individually, including window frames.
Delivery Almost-Ready-to-Run model including fittings set and power set GRP hull finished in multi-colour paint scheme Factory-assembled superstructure finished in multi-colour paint scheme, plastic sheet construction with inset black glazing panels. Powerful electric motors (direct-drive; no gearboxes) Propeller shafts, stern tubes and couplings installed, ready to use Factory-installed rudder bushes for simple installation of the twin rudder system Fittings already installed, including painted railing components, mast, flags, lifebelts and liferafts, radar system, bollards, anchor and anchor winch, plus further small items Multi-lingual installation instructions for the RC components (RC system not included) Boatstand
One of the most sought after styles of the 1950s, the Volere runabout is picture perfect on the lake or on the mantle. With a look thats stood the test of time, these wooden masterpieces are some of the most beautiful watercraft in the world. This scale model features a water-cooled 550-size electric motor and Pro Boat® 2.4GHz radio system. Plus, real wood trim is layered on a blow-molded ABS plastic hull to create a realistic look. Right down to the tiniest detail, the Volere is the real deal from its elaborate interior to its elegant wood finish. This classic of the lakeside is a symbol of a bygone era.
No assembly required Real wood trim layered on a blow-molded ABS plastic hull Pro Boat® 2.4GHz radio system Installed electronic speed control with reverse Includes a 8.4V 1600mAh battery for longer run times Water-cooled 550-size motor Includes Dynamite® 7.2V 1200mAh Ni-MH battery w/ EC 3 connector
SPECIFICATIONS Length:22 in (558.8mm) Beam:7.5 in (190.5mm)Motor Size:Water-cooled 550-sized Radio:Pro Boat® 2.4GHz radio system Speed Control:Electronic speed control with reverse Hull Material:Real wood trim layered on a blow-molded ABS plastic hull Battery:8.4V 1600mAh includedKit/RTR:RTR
HISTORY: In the world of L C Ms the major players are the LCM-3, LCM-6, and LCM-8. The LCM-3 and LCM-6 are similar except the -3 is 50 feet long and the -6 is 56 feet long. The main use for the boat was hauling all sorts of cargo. The next step up would be either and LCU or LSU (Landing Craft Utility/Landing Ship Utility). By the time that the VN War cranked up, the LCM-3s were pretty worn out and were the basis of pusher boats around harbours. The LCM-6 was the main workhorse.
Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel 6-71 of 348 hp or 2 Detroit Diesel 8-71 of 460 hp twin shafts Dimensions: 56'(long) x 14'(beam) Draft: 3.5' Weight: 64 tons Crew: 5 Cargo: 34 tons or 80 troops Speed: 9 knots Range: 130 miles @ 9 knots
Details of the kit
Scale 1/24 length 710mm beam 185mm
The fibreglass hull in this kit is with full rubbing strip detail. Computer generated LASER CUT 1.5mm H I Ps plastic forms the main tank deck and basic superstructure. Engraved detail is laser etched in to the deck surfaces such as walkways, weld marks and position lines. A complete set of fittings are included in the kit with all detail parts such as weapons, deck fittings, etc, cast in light alloy and resin, Propshafts in stainless steel are cased in brass proptubes. These, together with a comprehensive instruction to show a selection of methods of operating the bow door via ension cables, standard servo, or small sail winch and a FULL SIZE PLAN and c/d of build pictures assist in the assembly of this impressive and interesting model. A colour chart, plus a set of decals are included in the kit to add the finishing touch to this kit model as a worthy and much requested addition to our warship range. The model has been designed to carry a 1/24th scale RTR R /C tank (not included) details of this and other 1/24th vehicles are included in the instructions.
Charging Ports - 4 x 120 watts or 2 x 240 watts with Channel Bridge Battery Chemistry - 1-6 Li-Po, Li-Fe, Li-Ion, 1-15 Ni-MH/CD 1-12 Pb Input Voltage - 11-18v Case - Full Aluminium 32bit High Performance Microprocessor Firmware can be upgraded using the HPP-22
Its sleek, aluminum design, easy-to-read backlit graphic display and four micro-processor controlled charging ports with Lithium cell-balancing circuits, make the H4 ideal all electric airplane and helicopter pilots as well as demanding racers and backyard bashers. Each 120-watt port is capable of delivering up to 8 amps of charging power. The independent charging channels can also be paired to provide two independent 240-watt charge ports, or two120-watt ports with a single 240-watt charge port. This versatility, along with the H4s unwavering reliability, safety functions, upgradeable firmware and PC-interface capability using our HPP-22 PC Interface, make this a must-have charger.
Features : Full Aluminum Case 32bit High Performance Microprocessor Controlled High Quality 128x64 Back Light Graphic LCD High Power 120watt Per Channel Hitec Channel Bridge Function Li-Xx Storage Mode (Auto Detecting) Ni-Xx Cycle Charge & Discharge (Up To 10-Cycle) Built In Cell Voltage Level & Capacity Check Function Lithium Chemistry Battery Discard Function 12 Character Programmable User Name Temperature Sensor Port Upgradable Firmware Using the HPP-22
Charger Specifications : Input Voltage Range: DC 12 - 18 Volts DC Required Input Amperage: 40 Amps / 500 Watts Charger Circuit Power: 120 watts x 4 or 240watts x 2 Using Channel Bridge Function Discharge Circuit Power: 10 watts x 4 or 20 watts x 2 Using Channel Bridge Function Charge Current Range: 0.1 - 8.0 Amps per Channel or 0.1 - 16A Using Channel Bridge Function
HMS Fly Circa 1776. Sixth Rate Swan Class Ship Rigged Sloop The third kit available from Victory Models, a new manufacturer born out of a collaboration between Euromodels of England and Amati of Italy. The HMS Fly assembly kit has all the advantages of innovative design, coupled with the enormous wealth of experience gained over many decades from both companies.
Scale: 1:64, Length O/A: 810mm, Height O/A: 620mm
This Kit is our opion one of the best around at the presant time
ARTR (Almost Ready To Run) The HMS Blue Bell was a Flower class corvette, that did service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. It was placed into service in July 1940. It served in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Arctic, escorted convoys to Russia, and also took part in the invasions of Sicily and France. It was torpedoed and sunk by U-711 under the command of Hans-Günther Lange. It happened on February 17, 1945 while escorting convoy RA-64 from Murmansk. Only 1 member of its crew survived. Additional information on the model can be found on the Internet.
Almost-Ready-to-Run (ARTR) model GRP hull Superstructure of laser-cut ABS parts Details and small parts of metal Fine detailing Dinghies with multicoloured paint scheme Fuselage, superstructure, cranes spray painted with matte colours Rotating main gun Built-in electric motor of the SPEED class Simple installation of the RC components Included in delivery: Model, ship stand, small parts
Scale 1:48 Overall length, approx. 1280 mm Beam, approx. 215 mm Overall height approx. 500 mm All-up weight, approx. 10050 g
Rudder adjustment, forward/reverse with proportional control
Telemetry is the future, and the future is HoTT from Graupner/SJ with their fantastic new range of radios with fully integrated telemetry. HoTT is the fastest growing radio brand in Europe, due to its superior features using Graupner/SJs unique 2.4GHz Hopping Telemetry Transmission bi-directional protocol. HoTT radios use two way communications to give ultra-fast high resolution control combined with live telemetry data direct from your model. Telemetry options include signal strength, altitude, airspeed, climb/sink (vario), fuel level, receiver battery voltage monitoring, individual Li-Po cell monitoring, engine temperature, RPM, GPS position and many more.
HoTT Features HOPPING TELEMETRY TRANSMISSION(HoTT) The use of up to 75 hopping channels provides advanced reliable operation while keeping from any external interference. This HoTT radio system gives user real-time information on various usefu l data such as user models RPM, voltage, temperature, user programmable warning, and so on. All telemetry data are directly obtained from telemetric speed controllers equipped with this HoTT system without having to install separate sensor devices. Future-proof update capability using data interface of USB o r Data pin. Advanced HoTT wireless trainer system makes Teacher and Pupil system more enjoyable and gives user convenience for the teaching/learning. Simple, ultra-fast binding of transmitter and receiver.
This is One of the nicest commercial Steam engines i have seen !!!!
Length 110mm or 4.33 (excluding reversing handle)
Width 52.5mm or 2.07 (excluding throttle handle)
Height 90.3mm or 3.56 (excluding lubricator cap)
Weight 475g or 16.8oz
Working Pressure 45psi or 3bar
This engine has been engineered to give a balance between the aesthetic appearance and sound engineering practice. Miniature roller races have been utilised extensively throughout; in total there are twenty nine used for the crankshaft, valve shaft, reversing gears, big ends and little ends. The result being that the bottom end of the engine requires very little lubrication other than minimal lubrication for the eccentric straps. This lends itself very clean and smooth operation together with low maintenance. In an effort to simulate materials of the age, the block, steam chest and engine bed have been manufactured from aluminium which is then treated to give a textured finish. The components are subsequently hard anodised to BS5599. Hard anodising has a hardness approximating "sapphire" and is therefore very durable and wear resistant. This combination gives a finish that closely resembles that of cast iron. Pistons and slide valves are manufactured from complimentary materials which offer extremely good sealing characteristics combined with very low friction. Stainless steel, brass and bronze are used extensively throughout the engine. As a result of this the engine is light weight, compact and powerful, offering the modeller an engine that looks authentic and is highly functional which should give years of untroubled enjoyment.
The Joysway Dragon Force 65 has been developed to introduce an affordable competition yacht to the RC market. A collaboration between Joysway and 3 top performance yacht designers (Mike Weston, Mark Dicks and John Tushingham) has resulted in Dragon Force 65. Sleek lines and competition developed sails make Dragon Force race perform and be competitive against even those yachts that would be 10 times the price!
The boat is based on the ICE design with an ABS hull, profiled aluminium fin and moulded plastic rudder. The rig is a full sized, low aspect RG65 rig with carbon spars and a ball raced gooseneck. The intention is to develop a set of rules to allow the Dragon Force 65 to sail as a restricted class within the RG65 class rules.
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The Dragon Force features pre-installed radio and can be on the water and ready to sail within 30 minutes of purchasing.
2.4GHz 4 Channel Digital Radio Included Rudder & Powerful Winch Servo Included Plywood Display Stand Included Zinc alloy ballast and Aluminium Alloy Keel Counterweighted Jib Rubber Bow Bumper
Requires: 4x "AA" Batteries for the Transmitter
Specification Hull Material: Plastic Moulded Mast Height: 915mm Sail Area (Overall): 22.26 dm2 Sail Area (Jib): 7.66 dm2 Sail Area (Main): 14.6 dm2 Length: 655mm Height: 1338mm Radio System: 2.4GHz (Inc.) Beam: 116.5mm
The Schottel drive unit was developed by the Schottel company, and represents a modern and very capable method of propulsion for working ships whose duties require very high manoeuvrability, such as harbour tugs, ferries and other special-purpose vessels. In contrast to conventional marine propulsion systems, with their separate propeller shaft and rudder systems, the Schottel system integrates both assemblies. The propeller is mounted below the ship's bottom in a Kort nozzle which itself has the effect of increasing effective thrust. The nozzle can be swivelled around the vertical axis and the resultant flow of water can be directed in lieu of the vessel's rudder. The Schottel drive unit II adopts the same working principles as the original design. Used in conjunction with the powerful SPEED 900 BB Torque 12 V elelctric motor, No. 6373, the unit's integral 3:1 reduction gearboxand specially matched 65 mm Ø propeller produce considerable propulsive power, making the system suitable for use in quite large heavy model boats.
The main assembly is made of plastic and is extremely strong. For direct control a powerful servo is required, installed in a special servo mount. If the servo travel is geared up to a ratio of 2:1 the swivel range of the nozzle is in the region of 180°, although the actual value will vary according to theservo you are using. There are no mechanical restrictions to the swivel range. The servo mount is attached adjacent to the shaft, and various positions are possible to suit the conditions inside your model. Pack contents Factory-assembled Schottel drive system consisting of injection-moulded plastic components, servo mount, 65 mm Ø right-hand and left-hand propellers.
Scale ARTR model of a fire-fighting boat to 1 : 25 scale.
The full-size vessel The Düsseldorf fire-fighting boat was developed and built by Rheinwerft GmbH & Co., based in Mainz-Mombach, for use in the Ruhr region of Germany. Equipped to cope with catastrophic events - whether it is a ship on fire, escaped oil or a harbour system in danger of explosion - the vessel's fire monitors can hurl water or foam a distance of up to 95 m, and a height of 45 m, operating at a pressure of 10.5 bar. The two twelve-cylinder V-engines generate a total power of 930 kW (1260 BHP), giving the vessel a maximum speed of around 37 km/hr.
The model : The model is pre-fabricated to such an extent that the only remaining work is the installation of a few fittings and the receiving system components. It is possible to complete the Düsseldorf in just a few hours, even if you have no prior modelling experience. The model is finished in a multi-colour paint scheme applied to a superb standard. The glazing panels consists of tinted plastic, and are fitted individually together with the window frames. Set contents Almost-Ready-to-Run model including fittings set and power set GRP hull finished in multi-colour paint scheme Factory-assembled superstructure finished in multi-colour paint scheme, plastic sheet construction with inset clear tinted glazing panels. Powerful electric motors (direct-drive; no gearboxes) Propeller shafts, stern tubes and couplings installed, ready to use Factory-installed twin rudder system Fittings already installed, including painted railing components, fire monitors, mast, flags, lifebelts, radar system, bollards, anchor and anchor winch, plus further small items Multi-lingual installation instructions for the RC components (RC system not included) Option of installing servos and pump for fire monitors Boatstand
Additional technical data fitting and drive kit included Length approx: 1170 mm Height approx: 400 mm Total displacement approx: 9000 g Width approx: 250 mm Scale: 1:25
Artesania Latina May Flower Ref: 9037 Declared illegal, the English Puritans boarded the Mayflower on September 6, 1620 to go to America under the command of Captain Christopher Jones. On board the ship the boat immigrants Raron explored Cape Cod and surrounding areas, and found the place they named Plymouth in honor of its output port. The Mayflower was destroyed on his return to England in 1624. A replica, built three centuries later and presented in the ports of New York, Miami and Washington, is currently anchored as a museum ship at the port of Plymouth, United States ..
Constuction : These are a wooden plank on frame construction
Kit Contents :
Dia Cut Frames Wooden planking and fittings usaly a mix of metal ,Brass,and plastic
The RC Laser has a 16" keel. So you can sail nearly anywhere you can find knee-deep water . You can sail it in the ocean, in a pond or lake, a river or stream - or in your swimming pool, it makes no difference. The RC Laser sails in anything from a few knots up to 35 knots of wind . The RC Laser was designed by Bruce Kirby. Over 174,000 have been built to date, making the Laser the most popular racing class of all time.
The RC Laser is a 1/4 scale model of the real thing with certain modifications for model performance - all carefully designed and tested by Bruce Kirby and Jon Elmaleh . The RC Laser is a classed racer and even has its own uk association see link http://www.rclaser.org.uk/ So if you feel like you want to race this model just look the site up to see how to sign up join this increasingly popular hobby .
The RC Laser comes complete so there are no hidden expenses.(apart from 12 aa batteries for the transmitter and receiver ).
There are also a few accessories like a carrying bag and two different sails set's to use as well A Rig for light wind conditions and C Rig For those rather blowy days . But the bottom line is, all you really need is 12 AA batteries for your radio control equipment and you are ready to sail right out of the box. Specifications
Length Deck 41.5" Length Waterline 37.75" Beam 13.5" Draft 17" Main Hoist 50" Mast top above deck 54" Bottom of keel to top of mast 73" Displacement 9 lbs
Sail Area A Rig 949 sq. in (B Rig 710 sq. in This is the standard rig that comes in the box ).C Rig 600 sq. in
Pleasure Meets Performance! Introduce a Tri-maran, the Volans, which combines the latest sailing technology and art design. The ABS blow molded hulls, in Ferrari red that makes the boat outstand in the water. The side-hull just like the fly-fish off the water and great at acceleration. Good for those skippers who like to challenge the power of the nature. Are you ready to ride the wind? Get equipped and experience the sailing thrill with the Volans.
1. The Latest Tri-maran Design 2. Quality Factory Pre-painted ABS Hulls 3. High Performance Tear Resist Racing Sails 4. Light yet Rigid Extruded Aluminum Booms and Master 5. Plywood Display Stand Included
ARTR (Almost Ready To Run) Scale model of the first sea rescue cruiser featuring the current configuration (tower superstructure and separate daughter boat for shallow water operations). All subsequent cruisers have been built to the same layout. A total of four ships of the Theodor Heuss class have been built. On 12.02.1957 the cruiser was christened with the name of the German Federal President of the time, Theodor Heuss. The daughter boat was christened Tedje, which is the North German diminutive of the first name Theodor. The Theodor Heuss remained in service from 1957 to 1963 at Borkum, and from 1963 to 1985 at Laboe. The cruiser was subsequently sold, and is still sailing today as a motor yacht under the name Frido Spatz. The daughter boat has also been in private ownership since 1996, and is due to sail again after restoration. Previously it was set up as a display exhibit in front of the Norddeich rescue hangar. The Theodor Heuss which is on display in the German Museum in Munich is the renamed sister ship H.H. Meier. Top-quality model with superb detailing.
Description Ready-made model (ARTR) GRP hulls for both models Superstructure assembled from laser-cut ABS parts Detail fittings and small parts made of metal or plastic Finely detailed superstructure and details Daughter boat included in the set Daughter boat can be lowered to the water and then operatedseparately Hull, superstructure and daughter boat, spray-finished with semi-matt paint Decals already applied The cruiser is fitted with three factory-installed SPEED 600 class electric motors The daughter boat is fitted with one factory-installed SPEED 280 class electric motor Simple installation of the RC components in the cruiser Installation of the RC components in the daughter boat is difficult due to the small size of the vessel, but is certainly possible Set contents: sea rescue cruiser, daughter boat, boatstands, small items
RC functions (cruiser): Rudder Forward / reverse running, proportional speed control Open / close stern flap Lower daughter boat by opening the stern flap
RC functions : Rudder Forward / reverse, proportional speed control
Specification (cruiser) : Overall length approx. 1160 mm Beam approx. 265 mm Overall height approx. 560 mm All-up weight approx. 6.3 kg Scale approx. 1 : 20
Specification (daughter boat): Overall length approx. 325 mm Beam approx. 115 mm Overall height approx. 165 mm All-up weight approx. 495 g Scale approx. 1 : 20
This engine has been engineered to give a balance between the aesthetic appearance and sound engineering practice. Miniature roller races have been utilised extensively throughout; in total there are twenty used for the crankshaft, valve shaft, reversing gears, big ends and little ends. The result being that the bottom end of the engine requires very little lubrication other than minimal lubrication for the eccentric straps. This lends itself very clean and smooth operation together with low maintenance.
In an effort to simulate materials of the age, the block, steam chest and engine bed have been manufactured from aluminium which is then treated to give a textured finish. The components are subsequently hard anodised to BS5599. Hard anodising has a hardness approximating "sapphire" and is therefore very durable and wear resistant. This combination gives a finish that closely resembles that of cast iron. Pistons and slide valves are manufactured from complimentary materials which offer extremely good sealing characteristics combined with very low friction.
Stainless steel, brass and bronze are used extensively throughout the engine. As a result of this the engine is light weight, compact and powerful, offering the modeller an engine that looks authentic and is highly functional which should give years of untroubled enjoyment.
Working Pressure 45psi or 3bar
Length 77.75mm or 3-1/16 (excluding reversing handle)
Width 52.50mm or 2-1/16 (excluding throttle handle)
Height 89.87mm or 3-17/32 (excluding lubricator cap)
Weight 321g or 11.33oz
These two pictures clearly show the simulated wood cladding and brass straps. The brass column tops that double as lubrication points for the piston rods can be seen. Also on view is the reversing shaft that runs the full length of the engine via bearings in the columns.
The two views above show the engine from two different perspectives both looking from the exhaust end, one showing the cladding and reversing shaft and the other showing steam chest and throttle lever detail.
These image shows clearly the domed cylinder head bolts, the secondary valve rod bushes, the Tbar cap to the displacement lubricator and also the makers name plate. In addition the different sizes of the cylinder heads can clearly be seen. The next shows the eccentric straps with their lubrication points. The displacement lubricator can also be seen extending from the bottom of the cylinder block and a side profile of the Maudslay constant mesh reversing mechanism.
This image shows the machined surfaces of the connecting rods complete with bolt heads at the big end. Also the balance webs of the crankshaft. The piston rod lubrication duct can be seen extending from the column supporting the reversing shaft.The next image shows the use of varied materials in the eccentrics and the fully machined and profiled components.
Originally a French corvette named L'Unite and armed with 24 nine-pound long guns, she was designed by M. Forfait and was built at Le Havre. Captured in 1796 by HMS Inconstant, L'Unite was rechristened HMS Surprise and converted by the British into a 28-gun sixth-rate, carrying 24 32-pound carronades on her main deck, eight more of the same on her quarter deck and forecastle, as well as 4 six-pound long guns as chasers.
She gained fame for the cutting-out expedition in 1799 of HMS Hermione. Hermione's crew had mutinied, and had sailed her into Spanish possession in Puerto Cabello. Captain Edward Hamilton of the Surprise led a boarding party to retake the Hermione from the mutineers and, after a sharp action, sailed her out of danger under Spanish gunfire back into British control. She was sold out of the Service in 1802.
Plank on frame hull construction (double planked) Scale 1:75 Length 844mm Height 627mm
Pro Boat's 17-inch Impulse Deep-V represents the true meaning of "fun". Brought to you by the global leader in RC boating, the 17-inch Impulse offers a ton of fun and is loaded with features typically found in larger, higher priced radio control boats. Your only problem will be how to find more time to spend on the water. The Impulse comes fully ready-to-run and includes a pistol grip style transmitter , Dynamite 2.0A peak charger & 7.2V NiMH Speed-pack battery.
In addition to their great looks and compact size, the model comes Powered by Dynamite using a Dynamite 380 size motor providing ample torque and speed while the FWD/REV electronic speed control allows precise manipulation of the throttle. If you're looking to get into radio control boating or simply looking for something to do at the lake with your free time, look to Pro Boat and the line of 17" models to bring the fun of RC boating to your local pond or lake.
FEATURES: Full RTR with battery & charger Includes Dynamite 2.0A Peak charger and 6-cell 7.2V NiMh Speed-pack battery with EC3 connector radio system Includes Dynamite 380 sized motor provides high torque and surprisingly fast speeds ABS hull provides superb rigidity and durability Breakaway rudder system protects drive train in case model runs ashore Includes 3 decal sheets allowing you to choose from Red, Yellow or Purple SPECIFICATIONS Length:17in (432mm) Beam: 6 in (152mm)Motor Size: 380 Brushed Water-Cooled Radio: Pro boat® Marine radio system Speed Control: FWD/Rev with EC3 connector Hull Material: Blow-moulded ABS Plastic Kit/RTR:RTRDrive System:Direct
Pro Boat ® 17-inch Miss GEICO catamaran represents the true meaning of "fun". Brought to you by a global leader in RC boating, the 17-inch Miss GEICO offers a ton of fun and is loaded with features typically found in larger, higher priced radio control boats. Your only problem will be how to find more time to spend on the water. The Miss GEICO comes fully ready-to-run and includes a pistol grip style transmitter using 2.4GHz technology, a Dynamite 2.0A peak charger and a 7.2V Ni-MH Speedpack battery.
In addition to their great looks and compact size, the model comes powered by Dynamite electronics, using a Dynamite 380-size motor to provide ample torque and speed. The FWD/REV electronic speed control also allows precise manipulation of the throttle. If youre looking to get into radio control boating or simply looking for something to do at the lake with your free time, look to the Pro Boat line of 17" models to bring the fun of RC boating to your local pond or lake.
Full RTR with battery & charger Includes Dynamite® 2.0A Peak charger and 6-cell 7.2V Ni-MH Speedpack battery with EC3 connector Radio system Includes Dynamite® 380 sized motor provides high torque and surprisingly fast speeds ABS hull provides superb rigidity and durability Breakaway rudder system protects drivetrain in case model runs ashore SPECIFICATIONS : Length:17 in (432mm)Beam:6 in (152mm)Motor Size:380 Brushed Water -CooledRadio:Pro boat® Marine radio systemSpeed Control: FWD/Rev with EC3 connectorHull Material:Blow-molded ABS PlasticHull Type:CatamaranKit/RTR:RTRDrive System:Direct
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