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Turnigy USB Charging Adapter 2-6 Cell LiPoly - 2Amp Output (XT60)

Turnigy USB Charging Adapter 2-6...

The Turnigy XT60 to USB charger is the Swiss-army knife of the digital age. This handy tool allows you to use any 2-7 cell LiPoly battery to charge virtually any device that uses a USB charge cable, and at a whopping 2000mAh output can even handle...
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Overview

The Turnigy XT60 to USB charger is the Swiss-army knife of the digital age. This handy tool allows you to use any 2-7 cell LiPoly battery to charge virtually any device that uses a USB charge cable, and at a whopping 2000mAh output can even handle large tablets or two devices at once!! And if you head to your flying club with one of these there can’t be any more excuses the phone battery died, so you will be home on time for dinner and with that pint of milk.. Ummm wait forget I said that.

Features:
• Safe rapid charging
• Compact size, Durable construction
• 2~6S Lipoly input
• 5V/2000mAh USB output
• Convenient field charging of any USB based device
• Compatible with Apple devices

Specs:
USB Output: 5V/2000mAh
Input Voltage: DC 7~30V
Input Cut-Off Voltage: 2Cell and 3Cell


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  • SKU
    9332000022-0
  • Weight(g)
    54.00
  • Length:
    80.00
  • Width:
    30.00
  • Height
    30.00
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The best and cheapest way to extend your phone battery.
I just put some adhesive backed fluffy Velcro on it so it sticks to my LiPo's.,
now I can recharge my phone on the run.
I have purchased this nice tool and I love it. It works great and as I have a lot of lipos laying around its cheaper to solve its this way then an normal phone power bank.
Its sitting in my flight box and as I use a lot USB driven equipment it's a real assurance that I can power them when the internal battery fails.
I love it.
usos multiples, buen articulo
very handy for in the field
Perfect for charging my iPhone and iPad using my existing lipos. Light and not too big. Stays cold during use. Why waste cash on those "Power "Pack" products if you've already got a bunch of lipos. Just get one of these!
I've purchased 2 of these now. The first one died after very little use of a 3S pack (10-15 minutes of use). The second was DOA with what appears to be a resistor rattling loose on the inside.
I received mine and it is DOA. I submitted a request for a replacement. I hope Hobby King takes care of me.
First one lasted 2 days then died. Had it replaced, the replaced one does not even work from the getgo. Very poor quality control. Tried 2 and 3s lipo.
otimo produto recomendo a todos
Purchased one of these in preparation for the Indoor season. Am very happy with the way it operates. I fly a lot of small single cell fixed wing and Quads indoors so decided to charge my batteries to test it out on arrival. Using a Turnigy 2 cell 2200 lipo I charged 4 x mini quads and and array of single cells totalling about 20. At the end of the process the 2 cell lipo was down from 96pcnt to 92pcnt Given that we only have the sports hall for 3 hours on a Sunday I think this will be ample.
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