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Old 10-24-2002, 05:55 AM   #1
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Default panasonic UMH 3000 or sanyo 3000hv ???

i am looking at getting some batteries, but i have some ?'s

some people have been saying that the sanyo 3000hv's have a little higher voltage over the UMH panasonics., but after a while the sanyo 3000 hv's #'s are droping off, and the panasonics UMH 3000 are staying the same or gaining #'s...

so which in this case i am guessing the panasonic UMH 3000 are the better buy , right ? not to mention they are cheeper than the sanyo 3000hv's at pro-match .

so i need some feedback on what you all have been getting....
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Old 10-24-2002, 06:18 AM   #2
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Some people says that the Pan UMH3K have more punch and the San 3K HV have more run time. However RCZone anounce that the Pan's will be discontinued. The San 3k HV will be substitute by the news 3,3K HV.
So, I donīt know what you should do !!
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