Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Battery Review 5/5 $21.89 at Bangood
Finding good quality Lipo Batteries that can have a good number of charge cycles are hard to fine. That’s why I thought I’d do a quick Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Battery Review. There are so many brands out there and the high end ones cost a ton. The problem with Lipo’s are they generally work fine for the first 10 cycles. After that it appears to be pot luck in what brands charge well and what brands end up dropping out when you punch out at full throttle.
I’m not an electrical engineer, I am not skilled at testing different batteries at checking out the difference in a scientific manor, if you want a comparison on that level to check out Propwashed which Does a great explanation of what a Graphene battery is:
“What it is is a sheet of carbon atoms, aligned in a 2-dimensional crystalline pattern. When it’s synthesis and handling is perfected, it could feasibly be used in the electrodes of the battery to thin the chemical layers that make up the battery and significantly improve both capacity and power. There is also research going into what is called “lithium sulphur” batteries, which use graphene as an integral component to make similar leaps in performance over traditional lithium batteries.”
The Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Batteries are a cheap but to date reliable Graphene Battery. For those that have not had the opportunity to try Graphene Lipo’s you end up paying a little more but tend to get less of a drop out at higher ends of their usage. The Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Batteries offer a cheap way to try out Graphene batteries for around the same price as you would expect to pay for a non-Graphene. Also for the price your getting a huge 70C draw rate meaning that you should never have issues hitting the power usage that you need.
The Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Batteries are cheap for their price and although you have to weight form them to arrive from China, I’ve never had a issues getting them into the country and have ordered a fair few to date.
The are also really lite, coming in at 150g a battery. This is in comparison to some of the others I have of the same mAH which come in at 160g and 165g.
I’m currently about 20+ cycles through each of my Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 70C Graphene LiPo Battery’s and I’m still getting great balance charges. The charge times are pretty standard and I’m seeing now lack in the performance.
The only thing I would like to see changed on the Infinity 4S batteries is the thicker balance cable rather than the standard ones. But for the price the performance cannot be beaten.