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View Poll Results: How much do you trust your "Waterproof" electronics on your land based vehicles?
I only drive outside if it hasn't rained in a few days. 0 0%
I drive in the snow, but avoid wet tracks. 0 0%
I'll drive on a wet track if it isn't too wet. 0 0%
I'll drive in any condition. 0 0%
I use my car or truck to see if the puddles outside my house are deeper than it. 0 0%
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Sep 21, 2012, 11:33 AM
Too many? No such thing.
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How much do you trust the waterproofing on your ESC and other electronics.

I bought a Venom Gambler partly because of the price and partly because their marketing video has it running in the snow and the box claims it is waterproof. One day in the LHS, I overheard one of the guys say they don't care if it says waterproof, he won't risk getting their struff wet. Understandable since most things RC are pricy. How much do you trust your stuff (besides boats) in the water?
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