RMS Titanic 32″ Remote Control Realistic Sinking Action Unboxing Review & Battle Boats

RMS Titanic model by Newquida with authentic sinking action! This large 32″ Titanic model has lights and many of the details that say Titanic. This ready to run Titanic features a 4 channel remote control, 1/325 scale, 3 motors, 3 propellers, servo controlled rudder, rechargeable battery with charger, deck illumination, presentation rack and a overall feel of the RMS Titanic ocean liner via detailing that will impress some but disappoint others. I did buy the book LIFE Titanic: The Tragedy that Shook the World: One Century Later to make references to the Titanic model. From what I could see this model was fairly accurate to the real ship, but I was not counting rivets. On a closer inspection this Titanic model does scream cheap and fast build. Many aspects of it are typical of low end made in China rubbish. My buy price in Australia was $199 less a 20% discount at David Jones. So I paid $160AUD or roughly $122USD. I do look at e-bay to see what prices are being asked there and I was shocked. It ends up I purchased this model for a great price, far cheaper than the e-bay sellers setting up sales with Titanic tax and Titanic emotion. Be really careful if you are buying this model of Titanic!

Pulldown Of Titanic After Sinking
RMS Titanic 32″ Model After Sinking Whats Inside Inspection Doomed Before It Left The Toy Factory

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. Of the 2,224 passengers and crew aboard, more than 1,500 died, making it one of the deadliest commercial peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. The largest ship afloat at the time it entered service, the RMS Titanic was the second of three Olympic class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line, and was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Thomas Andrews, her architect, died in the disaster. The wreck of Titanic, first discovered over 70 years after the sinking, remains on the seabed, split in two and gradually disintegrating at a depth of 12,415 feet (3,784 m). Since her discovery in 1985, thousands of artifacts have been recovered and put on display at museums around the world. Titanic has become one of the most famous ships in history; her memory is kept alive by numerous works of popular culture, including books, folk songs, films, exhibits, and memorials. Titanic is the second largest ocean liner wreck in the world, only beaten by her sister HMHS Britannic, the largest ever sunk.

Possibly the best fun with this Titanic model is to play battle boats, my old and trusty $25 Russian aircraft carrier has a pool battle with Titanic, it makes for the best fun ever. My review of the Russian RC ship is below.

Russian Atomic Aircraft Carrier RC Shark Attack Cheap Warship Toy Pool Fun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcJPmuJ-wNI

Web Links:
LIFE Titanic: The Tragedy that Shook the World: One Century Later https://www.amazon.com/LIFE-Titanic-Tragedy-Shook-Century/dp/1603202137

Over one hundred years ago, a ship thought to be indestructible suffered the ill fate to strike an iceberg during its maiden voyage across the North Atlantic. The unthinkable occurred, and the Titanic went to the bottom. What happened on that cold and inky night has haunted and entranced us ever since. Anything related to Titanic has attached to it a Titanic Tax!


HarryWills798 says:

The front is the bow, the back is the stern,the left is the port and the right is the starboard.

TitanicX gam says:


MrThomasVision 1 says:

30:58 that’s the first line of full English I think I’ve heard your son say!

wed1gt says:

i want that ship i want it to buy

Juliet Atim says:

can I have your model plz

julie knight says:

N nnnnooooooooooooooooo ooooooooohhhhhhhhhh

leokimvideo says:

It’s really sad so many of those who comment never answer the few question I have in this video. I can only assume they are spam comments. My channel is sinking faster than this Titanic and I’m not interested in comments who can’t prove they watched this review.

cccrrreeeaamm bbbooonnnaaannnaaa says:

14.99 puonds

Adrean Coombs says:

I think they’re trying to reenact the Britannic instead of the Titanic


I love ships

It'sKasia says:

there’s kids watching you you said a very bad word don’t say it are you even PG if you say that word you may not even be PG if you say that bad word you would have to be PG-13 in order to say these words because kids are watching you

Not Freeman says:

This reminds me that the Olympic which was virtually identical to the Titanic was the only commercial ship to Sink a U-boat during WW1

FoxyPlush Studious says:

the titanic split in two was because the SUPER DUPER DUPER heavy stern (the back) was in the air, and the hull couldn’t handle the weight, and it tore the ship in two

Yer Her says:

this titanic sancks
but their is
one problom it does not
split in haif

Oliver Nalweyiso says:

get get out of here f******

To Meme or Not To Meme says:

The ‘steering wheel’ you saw at the back was the docking bridge; I don’t know much about it other than the fact it was a spare bridge they used to assist the ship when docking. And the model is so cheap and inaccurate it hurts.

BrookLynn D says:

I’m just saying

Shit Stone Facepalm Angel says:

Im sorry but this looks like its Olympic

Zachy TV says:

i Love titanic

Alex Gillespie says:

You are right the back smokestack was the fake

Tyler McCann-Barnes says:


Swag Foxy says:

You SUCK!!

Oliver Nalweyiso says:

can’t wait to meet you to join the animatronic family we open real soon try Russell daughter Saturday come get to know me and you alone Holly love me and we love you

Oliver Nalweyiso says:

can’t wait to meet you join

The Bro BuffsTV Of YouTube says:

Hey is anybody watching at titanic museum

Non-named Thomas brand says:

I wish people could stop saying something that’s not true like


Some other guy:What makes you say that?


Some other guy: T_T It’s sink able ok

TheSwordOfLava says:

my dad paid 5500 dollars for a submersible titanic model that sins in real water

Bridger Loyola says:

I made a Lego Titanic and Lusitania without instructions

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