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Old 06-25-2008, 07:11 PM   #1
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Default ThunderPower 610c or Hyperion 0610I Lipo charger

Any thoughts to which one would be best

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can't speak for that particular model #, but I khave a couple of lthe cheaper hyperion and I really like them....
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The TP has a maximum output of only 80 watts while the Hyperion is 250 watts. If you plan on charging high voltage high capacity cells the TP unit will not cut it. I have the Hyperion and it ROCKS!
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I can get the TP new for 125 and I now have the chance to buy a slightly used hyperion duo for 135. I think the choice is clear now.
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I had the EOS 0606i Net and then sold it to get the EOS 0606i Duo so I can charge two packs at once. At that price I'd be ALL OVER that Duo!
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Picked it up this afternoon, Came with 2 wiring adapters the plug straight into the balance ports on the charger for the Trakpower lipos I bought. Don't have to have those bulky balance adapter boards in the way now.
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