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Old 11-06-2018
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Default What charger?

I need a new high quality charger priced around £200 max. Want to charge 2 packs at same time and have the LiPo hv ability to charge to 8.6v for if and when the rules change. Which is best??
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I use the orion touch duo which is great and has never let me down, I've also heard a lot of good things about the skyrc duo & the quad charger.
All of these are within your budget
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I use the REEDY 1216C2. Also in your budget and a fantastic bit of kit....
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I would second the Team Orion Toucg Duo, the latest V-Max version has LiHV specific cycles https://www.pbmracing.co.uk/products...er-ori30297uk/
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Hi
I use the orion touch duo which is great and has never let me down, I've also heard a lot of good things about the skyrc duo & the quad charger.
All of these are within your budget
I have the sky rc Dual charger, apart from the slightly silly voice that talks to you it has worked very well.

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I'd highly recommend this charger, it will charge hv lipos and runs of 12v and mains. I think it's the same as the skyrc charger but without the silly voice

https://www.modelsport.co.uk/overlan...roducts/395770
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I'd highly recommend this charger, it will charge hv lipos and runs of 12v and mains. I think it's the same as the skyrc charger but without the silly voice

https://www.modelsport.co.uk/overlan...roducts/395770
Been using that for about 2yrs now. Great charger esp for the price.
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icharger, just the best, so adjustable, software can be updated when new batteries come out, very accurate

dont get hung up on the hv batteries, the voltage going up will not happen for a long time via the brca
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