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    Quote Originally Posted by mh9162013 View Post
    Based on some Amazon reviews, it seems like they're not the best for high current draw applications.
    Based on the Amazon reviews they work great for high draw devices...if you get a set that actually charges lol. Almost all the bad reviews were from DOA batteries. If they were a few dollars like most Chinese Li-ions the quality control problem wouldn't be so bad but not at $10 each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeekerProB View Post
    Anyone have an opinion on rechargeable batteries for at pro?
    RNB Innovations battery pack is the only way to go. They last for ever and well worth the price.
    Big Boys Hobbies is the best place to purchase one. Stop wasting your money on other rechargeables.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger Max View Post
    RNB Innovations battery pack is the only way to go. They last for ever and well worth the price.
    Big Boys Hobbies is the best place to purchase one. Stop wasting your money on other rechargeables.
    Out of curiosity, what makes RNB's rechargeable packs so great?
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  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger Max View Post
    RNB Innovations battery pack is the only way to go. They last for ever and well worth the price.
    Big Boys Hobbies is the best place to purchase one. Stop wasting your money on other rechargeables.
    If it's balance charging the cells then it looks to be a decent pack. If not the capacity of those 14500 cells will diminish with every charging. From some of the longer term reviews I'm going to guess it isn't or the buck they use is poor quality. The up side is being 4 14500 cells it doubles the capacity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mh9162013 View Post
    Out of curiosity, what makes RNB's rechargeable packs so great?
    Asked for an opinion Just my opinion...been using mine for 2 years and no change from day one.

    Your choice!!! No problem here.
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  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darke View Post
    If it's balance charging the cells then it looks to be a decent pack. If not the capacity of those 14500 cells will diminish with every charging. From some of the longer term reviews I'm going to guess it isn't or the buck they use is poor quality. The up side is being 4 14500 cells it doubles the capacity.
    Asked for an opinion Just my opinion...been using mine for 2 years and no change from day one.

    Your choice!!! No problem here.
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    That's the thing with recharge systems. They can work great for along time......other ones die fast. I have an original ipod nano first edition that's still going strong. None of my other ipods ever came close to that lifespan, most were well under spec. It's a dice roll. Have backup and keep track of costs to see what works for you.
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  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottlecapbill View Post
    That's the thing with recharge systems. They can work great for along time......other ones die fast. I have an original ipod nano first edition that's still going strong. None of my other ipods ever came close to that lifespan, most were well under spec. It's a dice roll. Have backup and keep track of costs to see what works for you.
    Go with what you’re comfortable with. I purchased RNB first for my E-trac and was very happy with it. Then one for the ATP.
    Very satisfied with RNB.


    Go with what makes you happy.
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    I used my battery pack for 2 years never an issue loved it
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