Frankly, being my first Li-Po review, I didn’t know hoe to start it. I took the Tattu R-line 4s 1300 mAh battery in my hand several times hoping for inspiration. Nothing, it was like holding a banal brick. Then, I realized that without the Li-Po technology drones could have not evolve this fast. Biggest advantage of lithium polymer (LiPo) batteries is?that they have about four times the energy density of the nickel cadmium or nickel–metal hybrid batteries.
As you probably already noticed, Li-Po batteries have usually 3 ~ 4 marks: number of cells (like: 4s), voltage (like 14.8V) discharge rate (like: 95C) and charging rate (not always specified).
About 6 or 7 years ago I got my first RC vehicle…the Traxxas Rustler. When I got it, the guy at the shop recommended I get a lipo and lipo charger to really enjoy the fun. When he told me the Traxxas brand lipo was going to cost $60, I said no thank you and submitted myself to nimh for the next several months if not first full year. During that time, I also got a micro helicopter and a micro airplane which both used tiny 1s lipos. I took to flying pretty quickly so I started browsing the local shops selection of foam parkflyer airplanes. The prices on the planes weren’t too bad, but the lipos the shop sold (E-flite) were about $35 or $40. I actually ended up buying a slightly smaller plane (Parkzone Wildcat) because it used 1300mah batteries that only cost $23.
Review and Flight test of the new TATTU 30A BlHeli S ESCS with a Leopard 230mm Stretch Frame. Check out the super smooth Tattu 30A escs. Easy to solder up and calibrate. The maiden flight went perfect. No tuning or bad vibes even using the power hungry Emax 2306 motors. Love it when a build goes so perfect!
This Review is for those who want to buy this lipo or want to try out something new, though its not that new. I know almost everyone has tried out these beasts, i was a little late setting up my website and all, so sorry for the delay.
Tattu GENS ACE 520mah 30C / 60C 2s 7.4v & 3s 11.1V are one of the best quality LIPO that we can buy for mini drones between 70-120 size. GENS ACE also is manufacturing well knowed batteries Tattu which are one of the best on the market like SLS or Bonka. These high class lipo are not a joke, it provides the best power I ever seen, if you never try it then do it & you will never back to old ones.
(The article come from the users’ reviews) I was picked by Genstattu to give the Wingsland S6 a try. I have 10+ years of drone experience but in all my years I have never owned a pocket drone or a selfie drone. So I accepted the review! The capabilities promised in the drone seemed to good to be true in such a small package, but that’s why you do a review So here we go let’s test the unit!
Conclusion with one paragraph: The Gens Ace Tattu batteries are super strong, very light built with fine materials (for example the thickness of the cable, the balancer port protector etc.) and it burst out the energy exepcionally fast.I truly cannot take the energy fast enough out from the batteries with my 250 mm drone on 4S, plenty of power left in the pocket, which means it is not possible to kill these power sources with ordinary 2204 2300KV motors. Using very rigid Gemfan 5050×3 propellers meant nothing to this battery so I assume that it will be very durable in the long run. I absolutely recommend these batteries, the only question is the price. If you can find a bigger price off on the webshop of Tattu, do not hesitate, buy them all. Otherwise if you dont want to gamble with your drone risking that your powersource could not produce enough enegry for the motors the Tattu is always an excellent choice. Do not forget to check the new Tattu 1300mAh 4S limited editon battery as well.
Preliminary review of the new R-Line battery from GensAce Tattu.
Performed better than I expected. If you need serious power, this battery is definitely worth a look.
GensAce Tattu R-Line 1550mah 95c 4s Lipo
We are testing 2 new LiPo batteries for racing mini quad, the Tattu and Dinogy. We will also compare the performance against the Drone Labs in our flight test.
Some might say it’s not fair or relevant to compare a 1550mah with a 1300mah. But I say it’s totally relevant in this case. If someone was going to buy some lipo today, considering these batteries are all very similar size/weight/price, they are all good for a 210 or 180 mini quad. The Dinogy is only less than 10g lighter than the Drone Lab.