Originally Posted by Craps
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I like the Elite series packs 30C and 35C ratings.
I'm not discounting them as the company; rather, I'm discounting the Lipo battery companies whom are marketing their own "C" rating.
The fact there isn't any industry standard that they can agree on, it makes the consumer confused to compare between an actual battery that can perform at the rated 30C/35C or an actual battery that only showing it can do 30C/35C...just not do not bet on performing it.
The line has to be drawn somewhere just like the old Panasonic 3000mah Nimh vs Sanyo 3000HV or Sanyo 3300HV vs GP3300. Both company said it is capable of producing 3000mah or 3300mah but only one can produce a true as in the label or better (in case of Sanyo and GP) than spec. That (result(s)) do(es) not need marketing.