|Oct 15, 2005, 11:43 PM|
2dogrc's Dualsky 11.1V 1320 vs ThunderPower Graph
Here is another battery graph. I tested a new Thunderpower 11.1 1320 (not the Prolites) and a New XPower 1320 battery. This is the first discharge cycle and the first charge at 0.7C for both batteries.
The Xpower ended early due to computer switching users.
These available at the largest Dualsky distributer in the US, www.2dogrc.com.
|Oct 17, 2005, 12:05 AM|
I don't mean to be rude, but perhaps being a distributor of the cells makes your results seem a little, shall we say fishy, especially given thunder power's excellent reputation?
|Oct 17, 2005, 12:36 AM|
Please consider comparing against ProLites
May I ask why you are not comparing the newest Dualsky battery against the newest that Thunder Power has to offer i.e. the Prolites? It only seems fair to compare apples to apples -especially since you're offering the battery at $45 and the 3S ProLites can be had for only $3.00 more. On that note, Gen II batteries are harder and harder to come by anyway so from a consumer point of view, the comparison is moot.
Just want to be an informed consumer -- I got no affiliations
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