Arrma Nero 6s BLX Monster RC Truck

Arrma Nero 6s BLX Monster RC Truck

For those of you who have been paying attention to our social media channels over the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed a few pictures of a powerful-looking RC monster truck. Those pictures were of the new Arrma Nero 6s BLX Monster RC truck, and it’s one beastly RC vehicle that we have to share with our readers who come to the website for our many Cool Stuff posts.

The Arrma Nero 6s is a very well-designed 1/8 scale truck intended for RC enthusiasts that is ready to go right out of the box. It measures in at 24.2 x 11.2 x 19.5 inches, and it weighs just over 13 pounds. It comes packed with tons of cool aspects about it. First, and most impressively, the 4WD truck can hit over 60mph when it’s used on pavement, thanks to its powerful 2000Kv brushless motor and two 3S LiPo batteries that power it. In fact, its power becomes immediately clear with the very first turn of the remote’s wheel. The Nero 6s isn’t just fast on pavement, either, as it can tear through grassy fields, sandy beaches, and gravel with ease. Secondly, it has shocks in both the front and the back of the chassis, allowing for maneuverability and safe landings unlike any other RC truck we’ve seen. It’s also waterproof, and it can run through puddles like nobody’s business. Finally, it uses Diff Brain technology that gives it four unique driving modes of varying power and purposes, including a Blast, Wheelie, Drift, and Climb.

Arrma will have you questioning everything you thought you knew about RC trucks and their potential power with their latest, and hopefully it’s a sign of more great things to come. We’re not aware of any RC truck that can hit over 60mph, but if someone knows of one, please let us know in the comments.

Price: $799.99

Buy the Arrma Nero 6s BLX Truck here.


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