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NiCD Battery Pack: 7.2V 1700mAh - Sintered electrode for RC Car Racing - 15C Hi Draining Rate !*

Your Price: $15.95
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Product ID # 89
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Lead Time: 5 Business Days!

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25 to 49$15.15
50 to 99$14.83
100 to 500$14.35
7.2V, 1700mAh NiCd RC car battery.
  • >1000 cycle life , more than NiMH battery pack
  • Charge Current:
    • Standard: 170mA
    • Fast: 1000mA
  • Discharge:
    • Allows maximum discharge rate up to 15C. ( 25 A )
  • Quality is as good as Sanyo, Panasonic but lower price. Ideal for RC cars racing.
  • Dimensions: 134mm (5.3") x 47mm (1.9") x 24mm (1.0")
  • Standard Male Tamiya Connector.
  • Weight per battery: 11 oz, (312 g)
  • Need a smart / Faster charger?  please order here ( please set charging current at 1A  for safe charging) 
  • California residents: Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - See Prop 65 Warnings

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Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
happy with products
Vickie Claussen (Billings, MT) 9/6/2013 10:27 AM
The original seller of this item no longer makes it available so was glad to find that you offered both the charger and the battery. Received my order promptly as promised, all hooked right up and works well. Thank you
Good Products and good delivery
davesandybixel (Naples, FL) 6/1/2012 12:13 PM
Good Products and good delivery
Review of 7.2V NiCad Pack
(Unknown) 8/17/2007 7:00 PM
I recently purchased batteries from BatterySpace.com (7.2V NiCad Battery Packs, 1700 mAh, sintered connections). A battery pack was needed for a fifteen year old radio control model plane with an electric motor. The missing battery pack was a 7.2 volt pack with specific requirements for dimensions and weight. I checked some local stores for the battery, but did not find what I needed. I checked the internet and found that BatterySpace.com had two options, and both were advertised at good prices. I found the BatterySpace selection menu to be easy to use. The fact that they list chemistry, voltage, physical dimensions, current and power ratings, and even the weight meant that I could tell whether they really had the battery I needed. Pictures of the final product are good. They had a single pack for $12.99 (2100 mAh), or a double pack for $16.99 (1700 mAh). Capacity was different between the two, but both were above the minimum I needed. Since shipping cost was similar for both options under consideration, I bought the two-pack. Product met description and specifications advertised. Performance of the product has been good, but I do not have any others to compare against. Might be interesting to try the 2100 mAh pack, too. I could have used some charging technical specifications, but it was easy enough to get those from the web. This was my first order with BatterySpace, but this transaction worked very well and I would use them again.
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