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Old 01-11-2021, 05:17 PM   #1
 
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Need some batteries (maybe a charger)

So I need batteries for my Krytac Trident MKII PDW. If any of you own one, give me some recommendations on solid batteries.

I am also looking into a new charger. I have burned up my last cheapo. Looking at a Venom Pro duo or an isdt. recommendations are welcome, except for those that tell me to get an IMAX B6. Long story short, had multiple units, all died laughably quick and killed my batteries too.

Tell me to get an IMAX B6 your credibility turns to zero.

Besides that, TIA.
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:36 PM   #2
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Have you tried turnigy graphene batteries?
They are meant to be quite good.
Unfortunately it is very difficult to find a size that fits an airsoft gun.

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I have a couple graphene batteries already, problem is getting a battery to fit in the damn gun's stock.

I do like the graphene batteries, I use them on my RPD.
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Old 01-11-2021, 07:55 PM   #4
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Have you tried the batteries that Krytac sells specifically for the PDW?
I think I personally use nuprol 7.4 volt batteries.
They are ok. Not terrible. Not exceptional.

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Old 01-11-2021, 09:27 PM   #5
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I've had good results from Titan batteries - but I'm not veteran enough to know how long the battery would last

As far as charger, I used a Tenergy 1S-6S Digital Battery Pack Charger, it was recommended to me by RC folks, and I tend to trust them alot as far as hobby battery stuff goes

If your major concern in battery is dimensions, I would suggest hobbyking.com, You can find nearly any battery you need in whatever size you want
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Old 01-11-2021, 11:10 PM   #6
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I only have experience with a shitty 11.1 LI-PO I got for a short lasting Polarstar donor, and I use 3 Titan Power 350mAhX7.4V mini batteries these days.
For the charger, I use a Titan Power one as it looked nice and simple, but it will only take one battery at a time.
Perfect for me, but idk about you.
Btw, my Titan batteries have lasted well, except when I left one on an FCU for a few months. The charger is nearing two years as well, and it's working exactly as well as before.
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I've had good results from Titan batteries - but I'm not veteran enough to know how long the battery would last

As far as charger, I used a Tenergy 1S-6S Digital Battery Pack Charger, it was recommended to me by RC folks, and I tend to trust them alot as far as hobby battery stuff goes

If your major concern in battery is dimensions, I would suggest hobbyking.com, You can find nearly any battery you need in whatever size you want
I'm with this guy.. The R/C chargers are WAY better than those offered by the airsoft world. I wish I could remember at the moment which one I'm using for the short course truck, but it's a real serious unit...as are most of them. I have 3 R/C chargers at home, a Dynamite, a ProSport, and the one I can't remember, but they're all programmable, they do the storage thing, they can balance, all that important stuff. For a lipo they're the only game in town.

UPDATE: the forgotten charger is a Hi-Tech digital unit.
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Old 01-12-2021, 12:39 PM   #8
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Have you tried one of these:
https://www.airtechstudios.com/produ...extension-unit
This should give you some extra space in the krytac's stock.
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I was looking at one of those. gives me a little more room to work with. think I may get it and see.

Yeah I am quite aware of Hobbyking. 95% of my batteries are from them. Think I may just get an isdt. RC folks seem to like them pretty well.
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I used a dragonpro 11.1v 1000mAh lipo box style on my mk2 pdw and it was great, if you can't find one, try looking in drone/fpv hobbie shops, they have the best bateries as drones need much more current and therefore better batteries.
For a charger I recommend imax b6, cheap but good quality and has the features you need for a good battery treatment.
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For a charger I recommend imax b6, cheap but good quality and has the features you need for a good battery treatment.
If you read his first post he said they are terrible and if ou recommend them you lose all credibility.


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If you read his first post he said they are terrible and if ou recommend them you lose all credibility.


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I don't agree with that, that's why I insisted in recommending one. I've used it with drone batteries for 3 years now, always the same charger, paralel charging used as well, batteries with 1800mAh and 80c rating, they need much more current than a normal 20c airsoft lipo, therefore I believe his chargers were either cheap copies or it was user fault.
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Lorem does have a point
I don’t know anything about the Imax chargers, but I do know amazon isn’t very good at keeping knockoffs off their site. I’ve paid price premiums to buy other items directly from manufacturers for this major reason.
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