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X1 Nano – Multi-chemistry Battery Charging Unit

Plug in and Charge! Hitec’s X1 Nano is the economical battery charging companion for all hobbyists. Simply plug in the AC power cord to a standard 100-240 volt outlet and you are ready to successfully charge all popular battery chemistries in a snap.

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Introducing a New Lever Gear Toolcard

Be Prepared... Everywhere. The Lever Gear Toolcard™ packs 40 functions into a beautifully crafted, credit card-sized multitool. Whether tucked away in your wallet or on display as a money clip, it’s always with you so you can get things done. Watch the video below to see the Toolcard™ in action.

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Mini Boat Guide: Small Watercraft, BIG FUN!

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As the weather gets warmer people leave the house for the pool, beach, a pond, lake, river or stream to cool off. With so many manufacturers making quality boats that are low maintenance and easy to use all you need to do is charge …

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MINI PRODUCT REVIEW: CowRC Screw & Part Storage Dot Box System

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MINI PRODUCT REVIEW: Futuba Metal 4PX Carrying Case

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Boating Terms

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While I’ve been building, racing and bashing radio controlled cars and trucks for more than 25-years now, my affinity for hobby level boats is fairly new (only 10-years) by comparison. Sure, I was able to get up speed on boats rather quickly, but the …

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New Zealand Tuna Boat: A custom design based on an R. T. Hartley blueprint

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We love featuring scratch-built models from our readers, so when Kenneth Ruxton sent in an email inquiring if we would like to feature his custom New Zealand Tuna Model Boat, based on original blueprint design by R. T. Hartley’s of Takapuna, New Zealand, we …

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HobbyKing Bat 1 Rc Land Yacht: All you need is wind and a sail

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Transmitter on; switch on. Steering working; check. Boom swinging; check. After my ‘all systems go’ check, I set the BAT down and immediately it started speeding away as the wind caught the open sail. As I approached the end of the parking area, I …

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RC Boat Review: Pro Boat Recoil 17” Deep V

One of my biggest fears when taking out one of my radio controlled boats is for it to get stranded and flip over far out in the middle of a pond or lake. When this happened my first recovery attempt usually entails of getting another boat out and try bumping the stranded boat back to shore.

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