Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler w/2.4GHz Radio (Blue)

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This is the Redcat Racing Everest-10 1/10 Scale 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler, with an included 2.4GHz Radio System.

Get ready for the rock crunching, boulder stomping, stone slamming Everest-10, 1/10th scale rock crawler! Challenge the laws of gravity with the ready-to-run Everest-10 rock crawler.

The Everest-10 comes complete with front & rear multi-link suspension, front and rear transmission, 2.4Ghz Radio Control, Battery & Charger! Aggressive bead-lock rock crawling tires, four aluminum capped oil filled shocks, complete ball bearings throughout, and a two channel 2.4GHz Radio all make this 4X4 super crawler more than ready to navigate the most extreme terrain!



  • 1/10 Scale Off-Road Crawler
  • Brushed Crawler Motor
  • 4x4 Drivetrain
  • 2.4GHz Radio System Installed
  • Ready-to-Run

Motor Type:
Electric Brushed
Transmission: Forward & Reverse
Drive System: 4 Wheel Drive
Length: 460mm
Width: 260mm
Height: 160mm
Dry Weight: 2.09kg
Wheelbase: 320mm
Ground Clearance: 90mm
Chassis Type: Aluminum
Shocks: Aluminum Capped Oil Filled
Speed Control: Brushed ESC, 45A
Battery: 7.2V 2000mAh NiMh & Charger Included
Radio System: 2.4GHz Radio System

Needed To Complete:

  • (8) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)

This product was added to our catalog on May 1, 2015

Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 17 2016 (about 2 years ago)
Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler
to any one that wants a b**chin' rock crawlin beast this truck will not let u down I luv this crawler
justin davis
Verified Owner
Thursday, Aug 18 2016 (about 2 years ago)
Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler
First impression its a bad ass truck it will crawled up just about anything you put in front of it runs great haven't broke anything and it was a great buy and its big
Steve Soper
Verified Owner
Monday, Jul 2 2018 (3 months ago)
Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler
I picked this up in July of 2016 so I've had 2 full years of experience with this crawler.

Put real simply? There is no better RC Value than what you get with this here. Period.

It's so durable. Tires are awesome. Articulation is fantastic.

I'd hesitate to even call this an entry level crawler. It's simply a good crawler. I went on my first trail run with some buddies about a month ago. Granted this leans more towards the competition crawler side but I was thrilled to see this thing do things other Axial SCX10s couldn't. And those are literally twice as expensive if not more.

It's just fantastic. Just go buy it already. ;)
Friday, May 19 2017 (about a year ago)
Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler
This was my first crawler and overall I couldn't have been happier with the purchase. I did end up changing the stock motor for more speed and the stock tires didn't have the performance I was looking for so those were upgraded as well. I would agree with the other review about the steering servo being poorly placed. The plastic one took a hit and snapped but it's an easy replacement. It has plenty of flex in the suspension and I really like the large 2.2 tires for clearance. Liked it so much I bought a second one for my son. Simple design and easy to work on, it's no axial but there are some interchangeable axial parts. Overall, for a budget crawler this rig has done everything I could ask of it.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 14 2017 (about a year ago)
Redcat Everest-10 1/10 4WD RTR Electric Rock Crawler
First impressions were good. It seemed like a well built truck with solid parts. It's a little slow out of the box, but a 27T or 35T makes it quite a lot of fun. The steering servo placement bothers me though. Basically the servo horn IS your bumper... it WILL (did) break. So we upgraded to a 25T aluminum Axial horn (because Redcat parts are non-existent unless you pay to ship them here and the selection isn't great either) and that worked great for a while. It took another good hit and the new horn held up great, but the servo died. A bumper and/or a higher servo mount would go a long way. Also the battery tray is not adjustable and a hard case 2S lipo would not fit well (the tray is a couple of mm short). It slid off the tray and hit the spur gear ruining it. All-in-all it COULD be a good truck, but it fell short in the design category. If you're willing to modify and replace parts frequently and end up spending almost as much as a nicer truck, then this is for you.