Push the limits of brushless boating with the revolutionary Pro Boat 17" Power Boat Racer Self-Righting Deep-V with Smart Technology. It features two exciting trim schemes, Lucas Oil and Miss GEICO, ready to show off at the lake or pond.
Push the limits of brushless boating with the revolutionary Pro Boat® Power Boat Racer Deep-V, a 17-inch Self-Righting boat with Smart Technology. Featuring two exciting trim schemes – Lucas Oil and Miss GEICO, adding to the realism – plus cutting-edge technology, this boat has it all! The perfect Deep-V for anyone from the beginner to the avid boater, it offers performance capable of hitting 30+ MPH and a worry-free self-righting feature that flips the boat back upright in a matter of seconds. It comes with a Spektrum™ S120 USB-C Smart Charger and 1300mAh 3S 11.1V Smart LiPo Battery 30C with IC3 connector allowing you to take complete control of charging and maintaining battery life. No matter your skill level, the Power Boat Racer features everything experts and beginners alike want in a Deep-V.
What's in the Box?
The 17" Power Boat Racer Deep-V comes with nearly everything you need, including a Smart 11.1V 1300mAh 3S LiPo battery and a Smart 20W LiPo AC balance charger. Standard AAA batteries are the only additional requirement before taking off in the water.
It's designed to be as stable as possible with a self-righting feature if you ever flip it. In the event you turn the boat upside down, the boat flips back over in a matter of seconds when you activate the throttle.
The installed water-cooled 2950Kv brushless motor and 30A Dynamite® ESC are capable of propelling the 17" Power Boat Racer Deep-V to speeds in excess of 30 MPH.
The 17" Power Boat Racer Deep-V features a distinctive Deep-V hull that together with its composite rudder deliver unrivalled precision.
The 17" Power Boat Racer Deep-V comes standard with a 2.4GHz transmitter and receiver for interference-free operation even over large distances.
NOTICE: Running the boat in salt water (e.g. sea water or salt chlorinated pools) could cause some parts to corrode. If you run the boat in salt water, make sure it is rinsed thoroughly in fresh water after each use and lubricate the drive system. Because of the corrosive effects, running the boat in salt water is at the discretion of the owner and will void the boat’s warranty.