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More Power and More Radio Controlled Fun with Vapextech 7.2v Batteries

Posted by Vapextech on 30/06/2016

Vapextech supply an extensive range of 7.2v batteries so you will be sure to find the right one for your radio control requirements. Being able to maximise your flying, sailing or driving time requires a light and powerful battery to ensure your model keeps going. Nobody wants their model aircraft to be prematurely grounded, their radio controlled car to grind to a halt or their model boat to be set adrift.

The features and benefits of Vapextech 7.2v Batteries

The NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) cells in the 7.2v batteries contain no toxic metals making them a more environmentally friendly when compared to other battery types such as NiCad. 

When you open up the throttle creating a high current demand the 7.2v batteries respond with minimal voltage drop to give you high performance.

High capacity battery packs mean long run times – the more time your radio controlled aeroplane is in the air results in a lot more fun for pilots on the ground!

Our range of Vapextech 7.2v batteries weighs between 396gm to 418gm giving great power to weight ratios. We know you need to be confident in the performance of the batteries to deliver the power and control you need.

All of the batteries in the 7.2v range possess Tamiya fittings made from lightweight and durable materials from the Japanese manufacturer who is renowned for quality recognised by model enthusiasts across the world.

7.2v batteries

Why choose Vapextech?

All of our batteries are manufactured and tested to the highest levels to ensure that they meet the most stringent of quality standards. We want you to be using your battery product as soon as possible which is why we usually ship your order to you within 1-2 working days using UK Mail or Royal Mail 1st Class with orders over £100 shipped for free.

See our range and buy your Vapextech 7.2v batteries here today.


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