New Zealand's home of radio control
Tell me about rcnZ
RCNZ was established as a importer/wholesaler in 1989 by Ross Clarke. Frustrated with the high price of radio control and lack of selection lead to our first importation of servos from Taiwan, it was basically one business with one product and it grew from there.
RCNZ is now owned by RS3 Group Limited, based just out of Christchurch, New Zealand.
The decision to go online for RCNZ was three years in the making, ensuring we had the right people, the right website design and of course the right products. It became quite clear that the New Zealand market was missing an independent online radio control and modeling retailer that caters for all facets of modeling including radio control cars, planes, boats, helicopters and trains. This was a chance to create something special, the end result being - RCNZ - New Zealand's home of radio control.
The One Stop Shop
The RCNZ team decided that the website needed to be a one stop shop, not just another radio control website but a radio control community. A community that included a vast range of radio control products and accessories, a simple parts request form, flat freight of just $5 per order anywhere in New Zealand, no surcharges for Rural Deliveries and an online forum where enthusiasts can talk to each other about their projects and share tips. A home for all modelers, New Zealand's home of radio control.
This Week's Super Special
Phoenix Model 1/7 Scale Preceptor Ducted Fan Jet
Was $790 Now $490 ***SAVE $300***
Review of the Month
THE BRAT IS BACK !!
Tamiya have re-released the iconic Subaru Brat which was first released in 1983. This was Tamiya's first space-frame chassis and became the norm for Tamiya with the release of the Frog, Lancia and Blackfoot on the same frame. 4 wheel independent suspension was a rare advancement along with the double wishbone suspension. The rear suspension is pure trailing arm with lay-down springs and shocks while the front has small inboard springs. A great kit that has survived time well and is just as classy today as it was in 1983.