23″ Ht Radio Control Rc Battle Warship Boat Cruiser Destroyer

  • Basal Functions: Go Forward/backward, Turn left/right
  • Fasted Speed: 5Mile/H
  • Operation distance: around 120feet
  • Playing time: 20 Minutes
  • Suitable age: 3-14

1:250 Scale Japanese Yamato Electric RC WWII HT-3826 Warship/Battle Ship

Yamato, named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, was a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was the first built (the lead ship) of the Yamato class. She and her sister ship Musashi were the largest, heaviest, and most powerful battleships ever constructed, weighing 72,802 tons at full load. The class carried the largest naval artillery ever fitted to any warship, nine 460 mm (18.1 inch) guns.

The ship held special significance for World War II Japan as symbol of the nation’s naval power (the word ‘Yamato’ was sometimes used to refer to Japan itself), and its relatively effortless sinking by US aircraft in the final days of the war during the suicide Operation Ten-Go is sometimes considered symbolic of Japan’s defeat itself.

This unit powered by a 7.2V NI-CD Rechargeable Battery. With Light & Glossy Exterior Paint, Twin Powered Motors & Dual Propellers, it works excellent in water. It comes Ready-to-run right out of the box.

Features:
•Brand New RC Boat
•Charging time: 5-6 hours
•7.2V Rechargeable battery included
•Suitable age: up to 3 years
•Operational Distance: Around 130 ft
•Playing Time: 20 minutes
•Length: 23″
•Height : 6″
•Width: 4.5″
•Ready To Run
Each Package Comes Complete With:
•1 Complete R/C Boat
•A/C Charger
•One Remote Controller
•7.2V Rechargeable Battery Included

Price: $32.98

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