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Old Aug 30, 2012, 11:09 AM
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Another battery you could consider is this one:

but these are thicker than the other ones I posted and will split the battery holder on your skids if you crash as they're a very tight fit.
Oh, I just wanted to add one more thing to this thread that I forgot to mention. (This is for anyone who comes by this thread via Google or something).

The Turnigy NanoTech batteries are thicker than regular Eflite-style batteries and so I'm not sure they will actually fit into the slots of the Celectra charger. What I did was to plug some of these:

into the Celetra charger and then I could connect any shape battery that had this plug to it.

WARNING!!! : Once you plug this extension cable into your charger, you will probably NOT ever be able to remove it without damaging the plug on your charger. There's no easy way to get your fingers around the plug because of the tight fit and if you try to use tools to pull it out you risk wrecking your charger plug. So....just be sure that you want to do this BEFORE you plug the wire into it. I very nearly destroyed two of my plugs on the first charger I tried this with.

That being said, I've done this with all four ports on both my chargers because I prefer it.
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