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Old 05-05-2014, 02:08 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Wrongway-Feldman View Post
Where those the batteries supplied by spektrum?
I remember when I was still flying spektrum I would toss the spektrum batteries aside and use something better.
I found they would do exactly as you experienced. They would seem fine for a couple of months and then suddenly loose capacity. I don't know who makes their packs but they are not top grade and almost seem like an after thought.

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Mine was a Spektrum battery, my club members battery is a JR unit, mfg in Japan. For a multi-hundred dollar transmitter, you'd think they would put in quality battery packs.

To bad he lost a $1000 model airplane because of a $40 battery. On my recommendation, he found an Eneloop direct drop in battery from batteriesamerica.com (I think)

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