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Old 30-11-2011
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Talking I dont know which charger/balancer to buy

Hi,
I was after a little advice on which lipo charger/balancer i should buy. Im after one that will plug into mains and also run from a 12v battery.

I have looked at the Team orion IQ605 which is the only one i can find.

any help/advice would be greatful.

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Hi Pete,

The IQ605 looks to be a decent charger. I currently use a Core UAC50, I'm really pleased with it so far.

http://www.jespares.com/nitro-models...ategory_id=252
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+1 on the core rc 50
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Old 01-12-2011
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I just got a b6 ac/dc from giant cod. £30 cant go wrong. Charged an old battery and was amazed the ammount it put into it. Much better than my old chargers.

Yet to give it a go with a lipo. Will be trying it when my balancing lead is delivered.
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Imax B6 (the genuine one!)
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Core-RC's UAC50 is the best seller, all the functions you need and charges up to 6A, something worth having with today's batteries topping the 5000mAh range...

Remember too, buy from the UK and you're usually always covered by some form of warranty (which is true for the UAC50).
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Old 02-12-2011
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Thanks for the advice everyone,

I think im going to ask santa for the Core-RC's UAC50 and keep my fingers x lol

cheers
pete
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I have just bought a Core UAc-50 and can highly recommend it.
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Old 02-12-2011
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http://www.team-powers.co.uk/index.p...product_id=160
these look nice peace of kit thunder power tp610
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