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Old 06-30-2014, 03:46 AM   #1
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Default Tp1010 still a decent charger

I have been out of the hobby close to 5 years is the TP1010 still a decent charger
I see on Hobbyking prices have dropped and features been added on some of the newer chargers
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Old 06-30-2014, 04:43 AM   #2
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As long as its a balancing charger and it still works... its fine if it meets your needs.

I tend to outgrow my chargers and have had to upgrade a few times since I switched to e-power. But flying planes demanding from 1S 100 mah to 12S 5000 mah will do that to you.
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As long as its a balancing charger and it still works... its fine if it meets your needs.

I tend to outgrow my chargers and have had to upgrade a few times since I switched to e-power. But flying planes demanding from 1S 100 mah to 12S 5000 mah will do that to you.
reviewing the specs it seems it still one of the best out there ,,,,thanks
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