Redcat Everest-16 1/16 4WD RTR Mini Electric Rock Crawler w/2.4GHz Radio (Blue)

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The Redcat Everest-16 4WD Ready to Run 1/16 Scale Mini Electric Rock Crawler allows you to get started with a hobby grade crawler, even if you are short on space. Don't let the small 1/16th scale size fool you, the Everest-16 is big on performance. The aggressive offroad tires and 4WD drivetrain are great for gripping multiple terrains and the coil over shocks absorb bumps, while the 1/16 scale size allows it to be driven indoors or out. Set up a course in the living room or climb some rocks outside, with the Everest-16 the only limitation is your imagination.

Motor Type: Electric Brushed
Transmission: Forward and Reverse
Drive System: 4 Wheel Drive
Length: 305mm
Width: 170mm
Height: 135mm
Dry Weight: 0.85kg
Wheelbase: 225mm
Ground Clearance: 55mm
Chassis Type: Aluminum
Shocks: Spring Coil
Speed Control: Brushed ESC, 25A
Battery: 2/3A, 7.2V, 1100MH Ni-MH
Radio System: 2.4GHz Radio System

Needed To Complete: 

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

This product was added to our catalog on September 29, 2015

Sunday, Feb 5 2017 (about 3 years ago)
Redcat Everest-16 1/16 4WD RTR Mini Electric Rock Crawler
I love this little crawler. I have been running this little crawler for over 3 months and nothing hurts it. It is well constructed with lots of metal parts you don't expect on such a reasonably priced car. The Nimh battery it comes with runs for over an hour! In fact I wear out long before the battery does. Being so small the downside is its top heavy with the battery installed. Overall it's a great way of trying out rock crawling before spending more money on a larger truck.