I mentioned a while back that I was getting some Graphene batteries.
I bought 2 x 1300 65C and 1 x 1500 65C.
I highly recommend these batteries. I use them all the time instead of the 2200 packs I had been using.
More expensive but worth it.
I easily get 3 full height climbs and unlimited soaring on one 1300 pack. They are lighter and the glider performs better for that reason alone.
I haven't had the 1500 pack long but it is really ideal for the Phoenix. It is quite slim and packs a punch and is cheaper than the 1300 packs for some reason. Same C rating.
I also use the 1300s in my Radian. Brilliant!
In fact I am so excited about these batteries I just ordered another 1500 pack. I shouldn't have looked at them today.... LOL
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