As you can see. I am removing the cockpit to get into the battery compartment. Then you will find a hole cover with pre swivel locks in it. So let’s unlock this baby, so we can see the compartment for the battery and the motors so inside you’ll see the battery holder right there and two motors one for the shaft propeller and the other for the rudders. So don’t get confused with the terminals. Here. The white one is for the usb charging and the red one is for the power supply. So remember, the terminals are very well the red one fits with the power supply and the white one to the usb terminal for charging. So we’re gon na put the battery to the battery holder Music. So now let’s connect this to the power terminal. Remember the red one: is your power supply make sure that it is in the right position, because you will feel a snap when you connect it and tuck it in on the side of the boat and then we’re going to replace the hull cover and lock them Properly and put back the cockpit cover, lock it as well Music, and now this baby is good to go and i’m going to test it in the brackish waters of this fishbone Music, and once it touches water. The power supply button is reached on this boat. Has a high low speed transmission with just a touch input? The manual said it has a 100 to 150 remote control range, ironically it’s, not true Music, so i suggest you shouldn’t play with this boat in open waters.
If you do not want your boat to get lost Music, the best thing about this boat, though, is that it gives you a warning beep. When the batteries are about to run out Music, it gives you at least two minutes to recover your boat before it entirely goes off Music. The playing time for this baby is 12 to 15 minutes, with the top speed of 20 Music. As for the price, this is less than 50, or at least 2 000 pesos in philippine currency Music, and i got this now it’s part of my collection.