ProTek RC NiMH AA Loose Battery Cells (4) (1.2V/2500mAh)

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This is a pack of four 2500mAh NiMH "AA" batteries from ProTek R/C. These batteries are great for your transmitter and have enough capacity to last all day long without going dead. These batteries are also great for making your own custom receiver packs for 1/8th scale buggies and monster trucks, so you can complete those long main events.  The recommended charge rate for these batteries 0.5C for the best battery life, but you can charge them at more than 1C if you wish (2.5A).

NOTE: These batteries will NOT fit some Ready To Run transmitter radios, such as the Traxxas TQ Radios.

Dimensions: 14.3x50.2mm

ProTek R/C is an AMain Sports & Hobbies brand.

This product was added to our catalog on December 28, 2007.

Jon Newman
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 15 2013 (about 4 years ago)
ProTek RC NiMH AA Loose Battery Cells (4) (1.2V/2500mAh)
You can't beat these for the clearance price. I put them in a Spektrum DX3R Pro and so far so good. They are way heavier than a comparable non-rechargeable but in this very light radio it almost feels better to me. I have three race nights on them so far and they still have plenty of voltage showing. I may even get some more. I would normally give these 4 stars but at this price they get 5.)
Russell Brown
Verified Owner
Thursday, Oct 6 2011 (about 6 years ago)
ProTek RC NiMH AA Loose Battery Cells (4) (1.2V/2500mAh)
these battery work good for making a battery pack for my receiver. I use acid core solder on then work great and at a good price.)
andrew turner
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jun 14 2009 (about 8 years ago)
ProTek RC NiMH AA Loose Battery Cells (4) (1.2V/2500mAh)
These batteries are physically TOO LARGE to fit in the Traxxas Stampede radio. I have an older Stamp as well as the new waterproof one and thes batteries just won't squeeze in. Two will work in a TV remote without incident but as soon as you start piling 6-8 together in a row the "oversize" factor starts to add up. This is just my experience. My temporary solution is to put 4 of these in my Traxxas radio along with 4 standard sized AA batteries. Sometimes the battery cover with pop off but it does work for the most part. Anyone else experience the same?)