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RC Surfer

Ok, so the the surf is a little disappointing with barely a foot of onshore breeze-blown and ruffled little waves weakly washing ashore. Do not despair! With the iconic RC Surfer from Kyosho, youŽll quickly forget the bad surfing conditions, with this fun and unique experience to add to your day at the beach. The RC Surfer 3 features an auto-recovery mechanism to make it unsinkable, and assists you in "righting" the board to get you back into the action quickly without needing to retrieve a capsized surfboard and surfer. Everything necessary for operation is included, a battery with wall charger and a radio control. watch it in action in the video below



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