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Polyquest 3750mAh 3S 25C Lipoly (Version 2)

Polyquest 3750mAh 3S 25C Lipoly (Version 2)

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Weight:
309 g
SKU:
PQ-3750XP-3S
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Polyquest 3750mAh 3S 25C Lipoly (Version 2)

Polyquest packs are thebest inR/C Lithium Polymer Technology.
There is only one choice in pack if you want the best. And thats the Polyquest pack from Enerland, built in Korea.

Spec.
Capacity : 3750mAh
Cell Model: PF 7344130XP
Voltage : 11.1V
Charge Current(2C) : 7.4A
Continous Dis.(25C) : 92.5A
Dimension(mm) : 158.0 * 49.0 * 22.0
Weight : 293g

For more data;
http://www.enerland.com/product/p1.php?num1=1&img=y

You can connect this pack to any of our chargers with the following connector;
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=4286

 

  • SKU PQ-3750XP-3S
  • Brand -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 309.00
  • Length 0.00
  • Width 0.00
  • Height 0.00
  • Capacity (mAh) 3700.00
  • Discharge(c) 25.00
  • Unit Weight (g) 293
  • Max Charge Rate(C) 2.00
  • Length-A(mm) 158.00
  • Height-B(mm) 49.00
  • Width-C(mm) 22.00
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Unimpressed so far. One battery DOA (bad internal connection, will not charge or discharge), one works but has low capacity (not yet measured, in the range of 2500mAh). Two more to test - hope these are not all duds. Maybe B stock? Markings appear legit.

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Unimpressed so far. One battery DOA (bad internal connection, will not charge or discharge), one works but has low capacity (not yet measured, in the range of 2500mAh). Two more to test - hope these are not all duds. Maybe B stock? Markings appear legit.

very stable and very good accu! no problems at all ! recommended

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very stable and very good accu! no problems at all ! recommended

Bought some more to use in my FlyFly Sabre. Using 2 packs as 6S running 50A no problems.

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Bought some more to use in my FlyFly Sabre. Using 2 packs as 6S running 50A no problems.

This polyquest Lipos are much more efficeint than equivalent Hacker Lipos and have more stability in Voltage I use them as 6s in Series achiveing 8 minutes flight time on 16x10 APE on 3Kg F3A Aerobatic

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This polyquest Lipos are much more efficeint than equivalent Hacker Lipos and have more stability in Voltage I use them as 6s in Series achiveing 8 minutes flight time on 16x10 APE on 3Kg F3A Aerobatic

Cool, the coolest one ! My third PQ-3700XP-3S with exactly the same behaviour: just COOL compared to other big name brand (not cheap at all) with "equivalent" power WRITTEN on the pack...

What else to say? KISS (=Keep It Simple Stupid)= just buy only PQ from now on.

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Cool, the coolest one ! My third PQ-3700XP-3S with exactly the same behaviour: just COOL compared to other big name brand (not cheap at all) with "equivalent" power WRITTEN on the pack...

What else to say? KISS (=Keep It Simple Stupid)= just buy only PQ from now on.

Bought 2 to supplement my existing (but only 20 cycles old) pair of Dualsky XPower 3700mAh batteries I use in series (ie 6S)to power my Himax HC5018-530. With an APC-E 13x6.5 the Dualsky's static numbers are 21.3v @ 57 A giving 1214 Watts input. With the Polyquests the power jumped to 21.8v @ 62.5 A or 1362 Watts! In a 2.6kg model that gives heaps of power and duration. Only intend to purchase Polyquests from now on.

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Bought 2 to supplement my existing (but only 20 cycles old) pair of Dualsky XPower 3700mAh batteries I use in series (ie 6S)to power my Himax HC5018-530. With an APC-E 13x6.5 the Dualsky's static numbers are 21.3v @ 57 A giving 1214 Watts input. With the Polyquests the power jumped to 21.8v @ 62.5 A or 1362 Watts! In a 2.6kg model that gives heaps of power and duration. Only intend to purchase Polyquests from now on.

Same cells as used in TP and FP batteries without the large markup associated with those two brands. Just real strong batteries with quality Korean cell's!!

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Same cells as used in TP and FP batteries without the large markup associated with those two brands. Just real strong batteries with quality Korean cell's!!

Top product for low price! nothing is better then polyquest.

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Top product for low price! nothing is better then polyquest.

I am using this perfect Lipo in my Hotliner Evolution Competition Four (12x9", Roton 400 Motor, Turnigy 60A ESC). The plane climbs vertically.



The second one fits perfect in the Jamara Omei Glider with the same performance.



Best Lipos beside the Kokam Ones.



I am changing my lipos to polyquest series.



BG, Dieter

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I am using this perfect Lipo in my Hotliner Evolution Competition Four (12x9", Roton 400 Motor, Turnigy 60A ESC). The plane climbs vertically.



The second one fits perfect in the Jamara Omei Glider with the same performance.



Best Lipos beside the Kokam Ones.



I am changing my lipos to polyquest series.



BG, Dieter

Great Performance.

I use the packs as 10S Configuration (3+3+4 serial).

Under Load of 60 Amps still 35 Volts

over a long time of discharge.

Very aggressive pricing at hobbycity.

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Great Performance.

I use the packs as 10S Configuration (3+3+4 serial).

Under Load of 60 Amps still 35 Volts

over a long time of discharge.

Very aggressive pricing at hobbycity.

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