Radio Controlled Boats, Hovercraft and Accessories
There are a number of different radio controlled boat and hovercrafts that can be sure to provide hours of fun both adults and children alike. Whether your favourite model is a yacht, speedboat or hovercraft you will be able to take it to shallow waters and have complete control in direction and speed all from your remote radio control.
There are a number of accessories that are necessary to keep the maintenance of these toy boats and hovercrafts up to date and safe for use on the water.
It's worth noting that radio controlled boats and hovercrafts differ in fuel type. The fuel types available are electric, petrol and nitro or glow fuel. It is important that you know which type of fuel you want your remote controlled vehicle to use before purchasing so you don't choose the wrong one. Some models may also need charging for a longer period of time before using. Trust us, once you're excited to get your boat on the water you won't want it running out of battery half way through to ruin the fun!
Essential tool kit
Screwdrivers are an essential accessory for all remote control enthusiasts to have in their tool box. They are handy is you need to change or tighten screws on your boat or remote control itself. Most common, standard screwdrivers are compatible with all types of remote control vehicles including boats, watercrafts, hovercrafts, cars, quadcopters and helicopters.
You'll also want to ensure you have enough batteries stored nearby as many of the remote controls themselves will require these. Check your manual to find out which type of battery is right for your specific model.
A temperature checker is also a great accessory to have in your boat tool box. The infrared thermometers are able to check the temperature of any motor or battery. Just point the temperature checker towards the boat or vehicle and press a button, no contact is needed. This is a great way to check the temperature or battery of your boat in a safe and secure way, without making contact with a hot and possibly dangerous temperature. The thermometer measures a range from 33 to 180 degrees centigrade and can measure a vehicle from a range of two to forty centimeters.
Whatever you do, before you get your radio controlled boat or hovercraft on water, check you have your essential tools and accessories with you to be able to fix any quick issues and keep them in good condition over time.