I am sick of this hanging around and I want to buy a quad charger so the first $45 gets it - reduced from $75.
I will seperate this package as follows.
$20 for the 4 port, $10 each for the single cell chargers, $20 for the batteries (three are excellent as new - four are still very good with same flight time, $10 for all the leads,
I no longer fly with 1s so get yourself a bargain.
1 4 port Celectra Charger - AC and portable as well for the field, 1 single charger portable for the field, 2 Celectra 1s chargers (AC) so you can charge 7 at once. You can charge 5 at the field all at once. You can let one cool down whilst charging another one and keep flying. These are 1c which is recommended. The 2 Celectra chargers can charge at 2c if you want to do that. These chargers are in excellent condition and work very well.
7 300 mah Nanotech Batteries. 3 are new and have been cycled in properly, approximately 20 flights and always charged at 1c and perform as new. The other four are very good, but older and they lack 10% of the oomph that you get in the first minute as with older batteries but flying time is the same and they work very well. These are not available from HobbyKing anymore unfortunately.
These batteries have been looked after and never over discharged, always charged at 1c and left in storage mode if not flying for a day or two.
3 XT60 connectors so that you can charge them with a normal charger, or more importantly - discharge them for storage.
5 Ultra-Micro Battery adapter leads so that you can charge the 300 mah batteries. These were $9 each at model flight.
Sad to let them go but I need to somehow pay for a new chopper and buy batteries which is 2s.
If you have an mcpx - check my other listing as I have a range of good spare parts.
I would prefer not to seperate but may do. The price is firm - you know what this stuff costs.