Atomik P1 35″ RTR Electric Boat

Atomik P1 35″ RTR Electric Boat

This boat includes a powerful V500 Marine brushless motor, composite nylon propellers, and it can reach speeds of 35mph with the included package. Check out all the features in the press release below:

Atomik® is proud to introduce the new electric P1, 36-inch brushless racing boat. This is the highly anticipated follow up to our original King of Shaves® P1 electric boat. This offshore scale replica has many high performance features, including a scale-stepped fiberglass composite Deep Vee hull combined with a water-cooled 60A Pro-Marine Brushless Speed Control and a powerful V500 Marine Brushless motor. This rock solid combination provides up to 35 mph right out of the box! The machined aluminum trim tabs and outdrive system is fully tunable for any water conditions. If you are looking for a true to scale, offshore RC machine, look no further.


  • Fiberglass composite hull with scale racing graphics
  • Secured top hatch with pin and Neodymium magnets
  • CNC machined aluminum adjustable drive with ball bearings and Drive Angle Markings
  • CNC machined aluminum motor and servo mounts
  • Composite nylon propellers
  • Laser cut and sealed plywood battery tray with integrated receiver mount
  • Laser cut and sealed plywood boat stand


Age Rating: 14+ With Adult Supervision
Scale: 1:24 Scale
Length: 31.25 in (793.75 mm)
Weight: 3.4 lb (1.54 kg)
Beam: 7.25 in (184.2 mm)
Motor or Engine: V500 Marine Brushless Motor
Batteries: Not Included
Radio: VR3S 3-Ch 2.4GHz TX/RX
Servos: Metal Gear High Torque (1825)
ESC: 60A Pro Marine Water Cooled Brushless ESC
Fuel Type: Electric

Required Items:

  • Battery: (1) of the above recommended battery packs

Tech Notes:

You will need (8) AA batteries for the transmitter.

18002 – $449.99

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Updated: March 4, 2013 — 11:22 PM
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