Features High speed 25 km/h (15 mph) RC boat is ready-to-run out of the box Super-easy to control: Trigger for throttle (go forward, reverse) Knob for rudder (turn left, right) Trim buttons for left/right/forward/reverse Capsize recovery feature – push throttle & trigger forward then back to self-right the boat 2.4GHz transmitter with automatic code pairing Waterproof hull with anti-tilt modular design is built from impact-resistant ABS plastic – parts are easily maintained and replaced Water circulates in and out to keep the motor cool at racing speed Low battery alarm – when the battery in the boat runs down to only 1 minute left, the transmitter beeps Propeller safety – prop won’t spin unless the boat is in the water Recharge the battery with USB – lasts 6-8 minutes per adventure Display stand helps protect propeller and rudder when not in use Ages 14+ Colors: Black, Included: RC Boat Controller Battery USB Battery charger (cable included) Display stand Spare parts: 1 x propeller Instruction Manual Name of Product: Power Venom RC Boat Model: UDI001 Size: 342x89x88mm Weight: 180g Controller: 2-CH, 2.4GHz Control distance: 120 meters Battery for controller: 4 x AA Battery for boat: Li-Po 7.4V 600mAh Charger for boat: USB (cable included) Charging time: 110 minutes Running time: 6-8 minutes Main rotor: 29mm Motor: N370
- This newest USB-rechargeable electric RC speedboat from UDIRC will blow the others out of the water when it races by at 25 km/h (15 mph).
- It features a rugged ABS anti-tilt hull, and a water-cooled, single-prop powerful 370-size motor that combines style, speed, and affordability.
- Self-righting feature lets you keep your boat in play even if it capsizes.
- The UDI001 is an exciting speedboat to see in action and even more exciting to pilot.
- Low battery alarm warns you when the boat is almost out of power so you know when to head for the shore. Low battery alarm warns you when the boat is almost out of power so you know when to head for the shore. Proper pairing of the emote to the RC boat. 1. Power on the transmitter. 2. You should hear a “Di” sound and the power indicator will light. 3. Now put the boat (with battery installed) into the water. 4. The boat will automatically turn itself on, and you should hear a “Di, di, di” sound. 5. The power indicator on the transmitter should be a solid light, which shows that code pairing between the boat and transmitter is successful and the boat is ready to operate.