Is The Redcat Everest 10 Waterproof?

By | November 17, 2019
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Hey RC Insiders! Is the Redcat Everest 10 waterproof or not!?

Howdy fellow insiders & welcome back to RC Insiders!

A lot of RC manufacturers like to make the claim that their RC’s are waterproof. Unfortunately, this is often times a false claim designed to get you to pay up for a product that is subpar.

Here at RC Insiders, we make it our personal mission to ensure manufacturers are living up to their claims, and that we the RC enthusiasts are getting what we pay for!

Redcat claims that the Everest 10 is waterproof. it is clearly marked in the product description & on the packaging. We have had excellent results in the past with Redcat products, but that does not mean we will take their word for it!

So without further ado, let’s find out if the Redcat Everest 10 is waterproof, or if we killed it! 🙂


Is The Redcat Everest 10 Waterproof?

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Is The Redcat Everest 10 Waterproof? – That’s A Wrap!

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Question – Is the Redcat Everest 10 waterproof?

Answer – Yes, the Redcat Everest 10 is waterproof.

As you seen in the video above, the Everest 10 is definitely waterproof. We have bashed it in mud, water & snow without any issues so far.

While it is waterproof, it is not a boat or a submarine! It is not designed to be fully & continuously submerged in water.

The Everest 10 is made so you can hit the trails without fear of mud & water.

When you get home from a particularly wet bash, make sure you spend some time & dry it the best you can, paying close attention to the electronics.

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2 thoughts on “Is The Redcat Everest 10 Waterproof?

  1. James

    Hi, I am James, I am looking for a good R/C crawler. I have a Redcat Everest 10 crawler It works fine for what I do with it but I wanted to start getting into competitions and It just won’t work for that. What do you guys think the best trail crawler would be for under two hundred dollars?

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi James,
      The Everest 10 is a good crawler, we have 2 🙂
      For under 200 it would be difficult to find a competition crawler. The Redcat Danchee is an affordable crawler that with some mods could be a comp crawler. It big stock advantage it that has 4 wheel steering & usually costs about 130-160. The best “trail” crawler “for the money” would be the Redcat Gen8 & Marksman. The Gen8 runs a little over 200 & the Marksman runs over 300. Redcat did just come out with the Gen9 that is a competition worthy crawler, but comes with a bigger price tag.Traxxas make a couple great crawlers, but again they come with a much bigger price tag.If
      Here’s a trail ride with the Gen8 – https://youtu.be/oxoOQOkb5BY
      Here’s our review of the Marksman – https://youtu.be/8JXGclRkqKA
      If you look across our channel, you will find a ton of videos with these & a lot of other RC’s.
      I suppose any hobby grade crawler could be modified to be good for competition. It’s just how much do you wanna spend. These REdcat’s have a great base with the lowest price & easy, inexpensive parts & upgrades.
      Let me know what you decide on?
      Thanks for dropping by & have a great day
      @RCInsiders

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