Zippy Flightmax batteries deliver full capacity & discharge as well as being the best value batteries in the market! No matter the application you have in mind, zippy lipoly batteries are an ideal choice.
The Turnigy Blues, as they are called, are probably by far the best lipo for the money available and definitely last the longest of the HK lipos but do cost a little more than the Zippys but less than the nanotechs. The Zippys are still great, they are dirt cheap and come in all shapes and sizes. The IR is sometimes relatively high, but they work just as well as the Turnigy Blues until they start to puff. And they will, it just depends on the batch you get and how well you take care of them but they still last a decent time. So to answer your question, if you want a quality battery for a great price either will do but you will get more cycles out of the Turnigy Blues.
Just my 2 cents, for what it's worth, the Nanotechs puff almost instantaneously. I've had 1 that puffed after 1/2 a flight. Ill give them credit for being extremely high output but they DO NOT LAST, especially the higher C rating ones. Hopefully they get it right with the A-SPEC's because the chemistry has the potential to revitalize the industry with extremely high output batteries that are very safe and last a long time.
yesterday i received this battery with a puffed cell. the support center call me to send them the battery to replace it................from italy to china 15 dollars to send it!!! i'm not happy
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acabo de pedir unas para un trex 450v2, espero le quede bien, ya les contare que tal sale y queda, me da miedo lo de las 45 c ya que apenas estoy entrando en el mundo de helis electricos, segun yo jalara bien pero si alguien me aclara estaria excelente!
Bought one of these a few months back to use in my Twister EDF jet. Excellent thrust. Battery doesn't get warm in it, pushing 40plus Amps in the jet. Fits great into the plane.Very good battery, most of my Zippys last more than 1 year of flying.