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Mar 28, 2009, 02:49 PM
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Cellpro Revolectrix red label

has anyone tried the Cellpro Revolectrix red label li-po batterys? how good are they?

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Mar 29, 2009, 12:05 AM
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I've got several of the 3S 2100's that I run in my EDF and Stryker. I fly em mostly at WOT. The Stryker pulls about 28 amps and the EDF just around 18 amps. Probably around 60 flights on each with no noticeable loss. I also fly the 3S 3200 in my Diamante with a Power 25 and it pulls around 40 amps without any problem. Plus, they plug right into my 4S & 10S chargers. They're a mid-priced lipo, not bargain priced and not super expensive. Next, I'll probably buy a 6S pack to compare to another brand's 6S 4200 I have on the way. I've been satisfied with their performance, plus you can call or email and get a pretty quick answer.
Mar 29, 2009, 11:31 AM
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I've got 3 2100s and a 3200, a couple other guys in the club have some 2100s 3200s and 4800s, 3s and 4s. My oldest pack has 2 full seasons, and still going strong. I fly almost every weekend at the club field, and also take the heli into the back yard alot. I've also got some of the Zippy 2200s. I'd say each pack averages 3-4 flights per week during the summer. WOT on most of the planes I use the 2100s in is around 30A, heli probably peaks around there as well. The only one I had a problem with spent a few days in a tree and was not recoverable. By comparison, I had a Thunder Power pack that flew the same rotation, and it was finished after about a year. I was out with the planes a few weeks ago after a winter of storage, and so far they're coming down at the same state after a flight as they did all last year, none seem weak.
Mar 17, 2013, 06:46 PM
small electrics r BIG FUN
Anyone recently purchased some of these Red Label 20C lipos from Singapore? The price isn't far above Turnigys and they would physically fit my application better.

Was shipping reasonable, quick, and were they packed well ?
Mar 18, 2013, 09:19 AM
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Though I have not ordered any myself yet I've been pricing them for upcoming needs. Shipping is via Fedex and it sounds like they come in about a week. Price of shipping I think is around 3/4 or so of what HobbyKing charges for EMS. Once you sign up for an account just start a checkout and you can see the shipping price.

The only catch is they don't lie on the customs form like HK does so if you order more then $200 worth you might get stuck with a small import tax of about 3%. Read the posts on this page of the Revolectrix thread from REVOJohn for more info.
Mar 18, 2013, 11:16 AM
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Amain is now carrying a couple sizes of the Revolectrix Diamond packs. Another option if you want to avoid the import tax.
Mar 18, 2013, 02:47 PM
small electrics r BIG FUN
Thanks for the helpful replies. Cheers !

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