I recently got this Hobbymade D6 Duo Pro rc/lipo charger in for testing. It was an item I asked for specifically, and specifically because I wanted to see something in use that I hadn’t seen anyone use: external discharge. Hobbymate was kind enough to send this one and I’ve had it for way too long, but finally got my demonstration done.
I love playing with RC cars. I’m not “good at it” (since there are competitions, there is a “good at it”), but I thoroughly enjoy it. Other members of my family do, too. After my review of the VKAR [super fast] car, I wanted something slower that I could more readily hand off to others, for crawling, and the like.
Enter the Redcat Gen8 International Scout. Of course I love this thing because it’s orange, but it checks off so many of my boxes, too, I am excited to give it a look.
Preface Time for another RC Car! Both previous cars I’ve reviewed have been 1:12 scale. This VKAR is a 1:10, so noticeably bigger, with bigger…
After my previous experience with a remote control car, I wasn’t just ready to jump on the bandwagon for another one. But GearBest wanted to send this car…. And it was another by the same brand that broke on me. JJRC. So I was skeptical. This is the JJRC Speed Runner Q46. Spoiler: it’s orders of magnitude better than the Q39!!!
I’ve been off and on excited about RC cars lately. Gearbest sent one that was awesome (until it wasn’t) and they’ve sent a few more that I’ve struggled to get finished reviewing. This is the next installment, a 1:16 truck!
I’d been quite interested in testing an RC Car, both because it seemed new and interesting, and I just wanted to play with one. GearBest sent me this JJRC Q39 Dune Buggy to test, and I’ve been playing with it for quite a while now. Here’s my review! My first RC review; I’m open to improvement suggestions!