Scientific MHD is one of the leaders in the remote-controlled boat market, offering you the best model making selection. Choose your boat and set sail on your next adventure!
What are the different models of remote control boats ?
It’s a good idea to know the different boats on the market when choosing your model. The quality of a radio-controlled boat will depend on the quality of its hull, its engine, the equipment and its cooling capacity. First, we have sailing boats. These are authentic reproductions of the large-scale models and give the user a genuine sense of navigation. Available to both beginners and professionals, these boats are stable and offer plenty of range for a fun time away from the shore. The Aerotrooper is a powerful boat that can be used on land as well as on water thanks to its external engine. Pop it on the river if you want to reach its maximum speed! The racing catamaran promises a thrilling ride. Its speed will amaze you while you skim across the water and through the air. The Pro Boat racing vessel will take you up to 80 km/h, putting a smile on everyone’s face, amateurs and enthusiasts alike. This type of boat is equipped with a recovery function if you lose control of your vehicle and is perfect for taking risks on those tight turns.
Scientific MHD will help you make your decision and provide you with the very best in remote control boats for high-speed wave riding.
How do you maintain your remote control boat ?
We recommend cleaning your RC boat after each usage to prolong its life. You can use a soap with a neutral pH and fresh water to do this. Combined with a microfiber cloth, you can get into all the nooks and crannies for a perfectly clean surface. Make sure you thoroughly dry your boat with a towel to keep your vessel in optimal condition. Finally, we recommend that you lubricate the various components to prevent corrosion. It is also important to check after each use that there is no water on the bottom of the hold or on the radio control elements inside. Even if your hull is watertight, some water may still get in during use. It is absolutely necessary for the life of your boat to turn the hull upside down and get any water out before you put your boat away