Reviews for Dynamite AA Glow Driver w/1800mAh NiMH Battery [DYN1933]

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Jans
Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 11 2011 (about 5 years ago)
Dynamite AA Glow Driver w/1800mAh NiMH Battery
Durable, cheap, and it doesn't use a NiCad battery...Now you can just pop in a NiMH and charge it whenever, or just quickly replace it with a full one if the one your using is empty. What more do you want?...
William Schlentz
Wednesday, Aug 1 2012 (about 3 years ago)
Dynamite AA Glow Driver w/1800mAh NiMH Battery
FWIW, Alkilines and many of the off the shelf NiMh batteries don't provide the current an ignitor needs to really light up an element. I love the these small ignitors but the performance left much to be desired UNTIL I found these Awesome HIGH DISCHARGE AA's on a cheap battery pack website. The capacity is only 1800 MaHr or so but they will put out 30 amps! Problem solved, they last a long time, multiple race weekends before a recharge. These pencil type of ignitors are all I own now. Just get the right cell.
Edward Mundy
Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 11 2011 (about 5 years ago)
Dynamite AA Glow Driver w/1800mAh NiMH Battery
I gave it 3 stars for only one reason.... Durability ! It's made very well. Problem is its only good for a back up. I put a brand new AA duracel in and 2 easy starts and it was dead. I figured maybe a bad battery but nope, 3 batteries down the drain. So I use an OFNA D cell and used it for days before I had to replace the battery. So the dynamite is a back up. to me it was a waist of my money.