Fun for pools or the lake is the Atomik Barbwire. The Atomik Barbwire is one of the best remote control boats available. This deep V-shaped RC boat zips through the waves with ease, and it’s fast. Reaching speeds up to 25 mph, this is one of the fastest boats you can get. Although the Barbwire is speedy, it has satisfactory handing and isn’t too difficult to drive. There isn’t a steep learning curve involved.

This radio-controlled boat is quite durable. ┬áIt withstands crashes with other boats and will come out unscathed if you happen to crash it against the wall of a pool. So you shouldn’t have to worry about the hull cracking if you run into a rock or another boat during a race. Since this RC boat is ready to run, you don’t have to worry about purchasing a battery or a transmitter. The transmitter has a range of 450 feet, which is plenty long enough for you to drive it across a large pond or lake. The boat comes with a 9V battery for the transmitter, and it takes approximately 1.5 hours to charge the boat. The battery lasts for 10 minutes, which is an average run time for a remote control boat. You also get a display stand, some extra propellers and a charger.

Atomik has a 90-day warranty for its Barbwire Boat. They also sell replacement parts in the event something malfunctions. You can reach the manufacturer by telephone, email social media. On the website there are FAQs and forums where you can seek advice from other boaters or download the instruction manual. There are also several YouTube videos of the boat in action.

The Atomik Barbwire boat performs magnificently. It’s a lot of fun to drive, and it’s durable and responsive. You won’t be disappointed in this remote control boat. Just make sure you take the turns easy so you don’t flip or submarine or it!

Atomik Barbwire

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