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Accucell 6 50w Charger From Hobby King

By Lee, Sep 5, 2011 | |
  1. Lee

    I have had this charger for over a year now. Its been a fantastic work horse. Charging everything from 1S 200mah batteries to my 6S 3000mah ones. And it has been charging almost everyday non stop sometimes.
    The LCD screen is very easy to read and straight forward to follow for what you want it to do.
    It comes with XT60 charge leads, and car charge leads.
    I bought a separate power adapter for charging in the house.
    Being a 50W charger its not going to charge you 6S batteries that quickly but if you are just flying a 450 or smaller with 3S 2200mah batteries i highly recommend this.
    The only issue i have had was a couple of days ago, but i can't blame the charger for it. It was more probable the power adapter caused the problem. The charger had stopped and i couldn't pull out the power lead. Eventually with a bit of force i found the power jack had melted into the charger!!


    Not sure why this happened, but i replaced the jack and since then it has continued to work well.
    For $40 you will be hard pressed to find something as good.

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