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Old 07-14-2010, 04:49 AM   #16
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Turnigy has a few chargers that are suspiciously similar to my Hyperions. thier 50watt <$30 charger is as good as my Hyp 060i chrger, but it is DC only.

they have higher wattage models for 1/8th scale. All are cheap. If I could do it over again I'd skip my Hyperions and go with the Turnigy's.

But both my 060 and 0610 have worked excellent.
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My Team Orion Advantage Clubman Lipo Edition - man, what a name - has served me very well so far. It also features LiFePo capability.
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You won't be disappointed with the Thunder AC-6.
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+1 Thunder AC-6 is hard to beat, given its capabilities, price and availability (ships from within the US).
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Originally Posted by JAMMINKRAZY View Post
X2 on everything Frank posted. We think alike my friend. Those are the two chargers I use. I only break out the 0615 duo3 when charging the big E car packs. For everything else the 0606i is perfect, unless you want to charge a lot of batteries quickly. For the money the 0606i can't be beat! If you want all out charging power and the ability to charge 2 packs at once, the 0615i duo3 is what you want.

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