When Tesla revealed the Cybertruck in 2019, it created quite a stir for its design. Fast forward to 2020, Cybertruck continues to create a stir, this time by Mattel when the US$400 officially licensed RC Cybertruck was revealed and snapped as soon as it hit the shelves.
Learning to fly and flying itself are both expensive. Radio Control aircraft, on the other hand, is significantly cheaper. But it does lack of the, you know, realism. After all, the “pilot” is on the ground. This is where FPV (first person view) flying can help to boost the realism.
Japan’s drone maker G-Force has an announced its first indoor RC helicopter as a stay-home thing-to-do during Japan’s Golden Week. The RC helicopter, dubbed “Incredible”, is a fixed pitch, 4-channel, flybar-less model that comes in a choice of Bind-N-Fly (BNF) or Ready-To-Fly (RTF), and it Mode 1 (throttle on right stick) or Mode 2 (throttle …
If you ever wanted to get into rock crawling (the RC vehicle, not you!), but the nature’s wonder (i.e. rock formation) is far from you, then this little fellow, John’s Labowicz Radio Control Micro Defender 4×4, could be the perfect tiny machine for some rock crawling action in the comfort of your home.
Just when we thought the hype of the Tesla Cybertruck seems to have finally died down, toy maker Mattel stirred it up once more with a pair of officially licensed Tesla Cybertruck remote control toys.
Remember the groundbreaking X3 demonstrator by Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopter)? We do know the status of this unofficial world’s fastest helicopter, but one thing for sure is, the concept lives on… as a radio control scale model and we have Alterbaum Premium Helicopter to thank.
RC cars have come a long way. But however realistic the look and functionality are, an RC car cannot never replicate the behaviors of a full size car because of the size and weight of a scale vehicle. Or so that’s what we thought.
We assure you that this is definitely NOT a click bait. It is true that YouTuber ProjectAir has built a radio control boat that looks like it was inspired by Tesla’s polarizing Cybertruck.
Borderline madcap inventor of the RC world, Peter Sripol, has been turning out some pretty crazy and entertaining RC stuff, but his most recent work could just be the very thing the world need: a flying Roomba.
No. Your eyes are no playing trick on you. Radio control car maker, Axial Racing, is indeed bringing back the super cool 1/10th scale RC Grave Digger Monster Jam Truck. The Axial Racing AXI03019 STM10 Grave Digger Monster Jam Truck is coming back with a few sweet upgrades.