Tackle almost any terrain with the Across Rock Crawler! This 1:12 scale RC off-road buggy is perfect for rough terrain as the huge suspension travel will absorb almost anything you can throw at it. Slowly navigate gradients and test your skills to set the Across over and through challenging obstacles, or just have flat out fun on the tarmac!
Unlike many rock crawlers the Across is no slouch and has a powerful motor fitted that makes the Across capable for speeds of up to 30kph and wheelies on command! The radio is pre-installed and includes a servo saver to help protect the steering servo. The chassis and suspension components are moulded from durable plastic to help keep the weight down and help with impact resistance. The headlights aren't just for show and are functional but being LED they don't draw much battery power allowing you to drive into the evening.
The Across is supplied in RTR format the hard work of assembly is already done for you. You only need to add some 'AA' batteries to the transmitter and charge the included lithium car battery to get going.
• Supplied RTR 'Ready to Run'
• 2.4GHz Radio Control System
• LED Lights
• High-Grip Tyres
• Large Suspension Travel Range
• High Capacity Lithium Battery
• AC Charger Included
• Powerful Brushed Motor for High Torque
Included in the Box
• 1:12 Across Rock Crawler
• 2.4GHz Transmitter
• Lithium Battery
• Instruction Booklet
• AC Charger
Required for Use: 4 x 'AA' batteries for the transmitter.
|Range:||> 100m (Approx)|
|Duration:||10 Minutes (Approx)|
|Charge Time:||180 Minutes (Approx)|
|Body Shell:||Tough PVC|
|Servos:||1 x 25g (Inc.)|
|Radio System:||2.4GHz (Inc.)|
|Charger:||230V AC (Inc.)|
|LiPo:||2S1P 7.4V 1500mAh (Inc.)|
|Electric Motor:||Brushed (Inc.)|
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The spare battery for these is O-GERC000123
I'm afraid there's not a higher capacity version available as yet, however as this is a crawler you should find the runtimes are pretty good.
Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models