Six packs are on test in this 3S 2200 lipo comparison. This test is somewhat different to the 200/250 3S 800mah tests I've been doing recently in that these packs have all been both flight tested and given some extended usage to see how they fare over a longer period of ownership. We also have the controlled test of the lipo through our usual lipo test scenario of full power and pitch pumps.
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This test we step up the lipo comparison a gear and look at some mid-range and premium brands as well as back referencing a budget brand as a base line. So on the test bed today we have the FlightPower EON-X Lite 3S 800mah 25C, Align 3S 850mah 30C and the Loong Max 3S 800mah 25C.
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So you bought a 200/250 class helicopter and now you are trawling the internet for that budget pack that's going to deliver performance at a bargain basement price. Two such packs that you might come across in your travels are the Zippy 3S 800mah 20C and the Loong Max 3S 800mah 20C. Both packs can be purchased for around £7 or $11 or less. The Zippy is also sometimes called a 'FlightMax', just for clarification.
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When Align introduced their new 6S 2600 25C pack it caused quite a stir. Particularly as most people agreed that it's power delivery exceeded the FlightPower EVO 2500 25C, which was probably one of the more popular packs for the T-Rex 500 at the time.
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