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Looking for a new charger and want to keep it small. What's the smallest one out there with a built in power supply preferably. I know the x6 is tiny but you also have to haul around a brick for it to work. I know the hota d6 isn't so bad plus its two channel
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SkyRc B6 Lite is a small DC charger. 76x85x37mm
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the icharger x6 is a pretty small one, very capable



https://www.amainhobbies.com/junsi-i...jun-x6/p773438


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Looking for a new charger and want to keep it small. What's the smallest one out there with a built in power supply preferably. I know the x6 is tiny but you also have to haul around a brick for it to work. I know the hota d6 isn't so bad plus its two channel
Hobbymate d6 pro duo is my new favorite ac/DC charger. It goes up to 200 watts and can actually fast charge two 2s batteries side by side.
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iSDT D2. Dual output @ 12A per channel. AC input only. 4" x 4" x 2 3/4".
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Originally Posted by Andy Koback View Post
iSDT D2. Dual output @ 12A per channel. AC input only. 4" x 4" x 2 3/4".
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I Charger 206 and a HP750 power supply
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Originally Posted by platgof View Post
I Charger 206 and a HP750 power supply
[QUOTE] smallest one out there with a built in power supply.
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ISDT chargers are not reliable. Had two both broke. Company is little to no help as they are not in the USA
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Fyi the Hobbymate d6 pro duo & the ISDT D2 AC are essentially the same charger in different packaging, except the Hobbymate has wireless phone charging if you're into that.

Also worth noting that there's a DC only version of the ISDT charger so don't confuse them.

I'm very happy with my Hobbymate d6. The fan broke when I knocked it off my pit table, but I was able to replace the fan with a similar spec one from Digikey for $20 & it's back in business.
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iMaxRC X150. 8 amp charge with the built in power supply, color touch screen. USB port for charging your phone. Small. Mine works great. $50.

iMax 150

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Check out the Hitec X1 with the E-Powerbox.
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For what purpose, what kind of batteries?

It can be very small if it is only for receiver batteries....
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Here's a small one from Yokomo.

https://www.amainhobbies.com/yokomo-...SABEgI3KvD_BwE
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Yikes. That's $100 for a 50W charger.
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