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Skate 1000 Trimaran veleiro 1.700 milímetros (RTS - prontos para navegar)

Skate 1000 Trimaran veleiro 1.700 milímetros (RTS - prontos para navegar)

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RC Veleiros já não são apenas pequenos brinquedos. HobbyKing traz para você o Skate 1000, que é um enorme 1,7 metro de altura pronto para ser executado trimaran.

O Skate 1000 veleiro vem pronto para ser executado. Tudo que você precisa fornecer é baterias para o transmissor eo receptor! Modelado após oceânicos iates de corrida, o casco do patins é moldado compósito de fibra de vidro com um gelcoat perfeito e esmalte vibrante acabamento pintado. Apoiando a vela principal colorida impressa rip-stop nylon é um mastro principal robusto de alumínio. Todos parafuso de construção em conjunto para os três cascos, com equipamento facilmente ajustável, o Skate leva cerca de uma hora de reunião para estar pronto a navegar!

A linha central montada bordo punhal, juntamente com os cascos dos estabilizadores faz com que o skate um barco muito estável, evein em condições muito altas de vento. Este é um modelo impressionante, bom tamanho, que reparte-se rapidamente para o transporte! Confira.

Características:
• Pronto para navegar - Instalação da bateria e você está a navegar
• projeto trimaran Innovative
• casco de fibra de vidro moldado
• acabamento de alto brilho pintada bonita
• velas de nylon rip-stop Brilhantemente impressos
• quilha removível
• expositor de madeira incluído
• mastro principal de alumínio

especificações:
Comprimento: 1000 milímetros
Altura: 1.700 milímetros
Largura: 660 milímetros
Área das Velas: 0.4m2
Peso: 1780g

Requeridos:
12 x AA bateria (para transmissor e receptor)

  • SKU 243000010-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 4830.0000
  • Comprimento 1050.00
  • Packaging Width 240.00
  • Altura 280.00
  • Skate 1000 Trimaran Sailboat
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Moinsen

ich habe sie bekommen leider keine gute Qualitt
musste alle Lcher nach feilen und die Beschreibung ist auch nicht so gut wie erwartet

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Moinsen

ich habe sie bekommen leider keine gute Qualitt
musste alle Lcher nach feilen und die Beschreibung ist auch nicht so gut wie erwartet

Hi, I've just built one of these. It's more or less ready to go, with just a Phillips screw driver and a pair of scissors needed to complete. (The scissors for cutting some small lengths of cord (provided) for attaching the sails). The 2.4GHz radio comes with it, and the Binding is already done. So all you need extra is 12 AA batteries. Once completed it's a BIG Beast. About 5'8" tall, and 3'2" (ish) long. It sails really well in light winds (haven't had time to try it in anything stronger. And is great fun to use. Only quibble I have with it, is when rigging the sails the Stays were numbered wrong in the instruction book, but no big deal. It's been good fun to sail. Only MOD I intend to do is add some screw hooks under the two hatch lids, and hold them down with rubber bands (My own choice, as they are a good tight fit). A really good buy, that I've enjoyed using.

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Hi, I've just built one of these. It's more or less ready to go, with just a Phillips screw driver and a pair of scissors needed to complete. (The scissors for cutting some small lengths of cord (provided) for attaching the sails). The 2.4GHz radio comes with it, and the Binding is already done. So all you need extra is 12 AA batteries. Once completed it's a BIG Beast. About 5'8" tall, and 3'2" (ish) long. It sails really well in light winds (haven't had time to try it in anything stronger. And is great fun to use. Only quibble I have with it, is when rigging the sails the Stays were numbered wrong in the instruction book, but no big deal. It's been good fun to sail. Only MOD I intend to do is add some screw hooks under the two hatch lids, and hold them down with rubber bands (My own choice, as they are a good tight fit). A really good buy, that I've enjoyed using.

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