Pro Boat React 17 Self-Righting Deep-V RTR PRB08024

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$109.99 $99.99
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Status: In Stock
UPC:
605482603192
Availability:
<strong><span style="color: #008000;">Available Now</span></strong><br /><strong><span style="color: #008000;">Sandy, Utah</span></strong>

Item # PRB08024

Build Type:
Ready to Run
Power Type:
Electric Power
Skill Level:
Skill Level 1
Vehicle Type:
Boat
More information about Pro Boat React 17 Self-Righting Deep-V RTR PRB08024
 

This is the Pro Boat Recoil 17 RTR Self-Righting Deep-V with a brushed motor. Take the risk of capsizing out of your boating sessions thanks to the Recoil 17's compact self-righting hull that'll make sure you're never left stuck in the water. With this newfound safety, you are able to push your boat to the absolute limit, taking full advantage of a 390 size brushed motor and a brushed ESC to reach speeds greater than 19mph! Perhaps best of all, you no longer have to worry about going belly-up, so you're free to hit every turn recklessly. If you do end up capsizing, returning the Recoil 17 to an upright position is as easy as accelerating! Get a Recoil 17 and enjoy the endless fun of Deep-V boating without fear!

  • Capable of reaching speeds of 19+ MPH
  • Self-righting hull system keeps you from going belly-up
  • Potent 390 size brushed motor
  • Includes 2.4Ghz marine radio system
  • Water-sensor prevents waterless accelerations
  • USB Battery Charger
  • 1500mAh Boat Battery
  • Composite molded 2 blade propeller

Length: 16.7 in (424mm)
Beam: 4.5 in (114mm)
Motor Size: Brushed 390 Water Cooled
Speed: 19MPH (30KPH)
Radio: 2.4GHz
Speed Control: Brushed ESC/Receiver Unit
Hull Material: Molded ABS
Prop Size: 1.38 in (35mm)
Hull Type: Deep-V
Battery: 1500mAh Li-Ion 7.4V 2S
Kit/RTR: RTR
Scale: 17"
Drive System: Direct
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required: No

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More information about Pro Boat React 17 Self-Righting Deep-V RTR PRB08024
 

This is the Pro Boat Recoil 17 RTR Self-Righting Deep-V with a brushed motor. Take the risk of capsizing out of your boating sessions thanks to the Recoil 17's compact self-righting hull that'll make sure you're never left stuck in the water. With this newfound safety, you are able to push your boat to the absolute limit, taking full advantage of a 390 size brushed motor and a brushed ESC to reach speeds greater than 19mph! Perhaps best of all, you no longer have to worry about going belly-up, so you're free to hit every turn recklessly. If you do end up capsizing, returning the Recoil 17 to an upright position is as easy as accelerating! Get a Recoil 17 and enjoy the endless fun of Deep-V boating without fear!

  • Capable of reaching speeds of 19+ MPH
  • Self-righting hull system keeps you from going belly-up
  • Potent 390 size brushed motor
  • Includes 2.4Ghz marine radio system
  • Water-sensor prevents waterless accelerations
  • USB Battery Charger
  • 1500mAh Boat Battery
  • Composite molded 2 blade propeller

Length: 16.7 in (424mm)
Beam: 4.5 in (114mm)
Motor Size: Brushed 390 Water Cooled
Speed: 19MPH (30KPH)
Radio: 2.4GHz
Speed Control: Brushed ESC/Receiver Unit
Hull Material: Molded ABS
Prop Size: 1.38 in (35mm)
Hull Type: Deep-V
Battery: 1500mAh Li-Ion 7.4V 2S
Kit/RTR: RTR
Scale: 17"
Drive System: Direct
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required: No

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  • 4
    Proboat React

    Posted by Craig P. on Oct 2nd 2017

    This is a great way to introduce kids to the great sport of model boating! It's easy to drive and it can self-right itself. The battery charger is very slow, so plan on charging the night before an outing.

  • 1
    Broke After One Use

    Posted by Jennev J. on Sep 13th 2017

    I bought this boat for my brother for his birthday. He used it one time, put it on the charger, went to you use it again and it wouldn't work. Now we have to send it back to the manufacturer to be fixed.

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