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Old 04-29-2012, 01:19 PM
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What do you guys think the best bang for your buck charger is currently?
Old 04-29-2012, 01:24 PM
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I think it's called the turnigy 400watt mega. Does need a power supply though!....
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FMA CellPro PowerLab 6
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The iCharger 306B from EP Buddy with a free parallel board.


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Default RE: Best Bang for your buck high charger

As you said whats the best charger for your buck i would have to say it's one of the Hobbyking charges,because i really don't think you could buy a charger as cheap as they sell the with all the bells and whistle they have.

My choice is the Turnigy 4x6S 400W Lithium Polymer Battery Charger,thats four charges in one unit all at 100w each.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...y_Charger.html
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I've been quite pleased with my iCharger 208b
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Default RE: Best Bang for your buck high charger

If you are looking for a high-quality charger that will actually last check out the hyperion line, they are the best on the market:

HP-EOS730I Hyperion Eos 730i Net3 7S 16N Balance Charger

MaxAmps.com carries these and offers a 1-year warranty with them.

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ORIGINAL: brandonwilcox

If you are looking for a high-quality charger that will actually last check out the hyperion line, they are the best on the market:

HP-EOS730I Hyperion Eos 730i Net3 7S 16N Balance Charger

MaxAmps.com carries these and offers a 1-year warranty with them.

I'd have to disagree the FMA Revolectrix PowerLab 6 are the best chargers on the market, most powerful, safest, and $0.16 per WATT.

And I'm not affiliated with them in any way, just an extremely pleased customer.
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ORIGINAL: brandonwilcox

If you are looking for a high-quality charger that will actually last check out the hyperion line, they are the best on the market:

HP-EOS730I Hyperion Eos 730i Net3 7S 16N Balance Charger

MaxAmps.com carries these and offers a 1-year warranty with them.

I would also disagree with that.

I have seen way too many problem posts on several forum about Hyperion.
I would never put my money down on one of them.

Now MaxAmps may make good chargers, I don't know.
But from what I see from their marketing practices with their batteries, I wouldn't trust them or there product no matter what.




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