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Lipo sucker.jpg  How to discharge your lipo batteries.
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solentlife
OK ... so how does it make sure the discharge is balanced ? Via XT plug it is not possible.

I use the 3in1 Balancer / Discharger from MYRCMART .... 

http://www.myrcmart.com/rcx-3in1-battery-balancer-discharger-voltage-indicator-150w-discharging-p-4767.html
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DualDesertEagle
Why would anyone want this over actually using their battery in RC-models / airsoft guns / whatever else u can use them for? I don't really see the point.
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FED50H
I quite often charge up batteries to go fly and for some reason, a crash, assisting someone else with flying or even bad weather end up with a lot of charged batteries left over....then get a call for a short notice trip....I have to then discharge the batteries because I don't know when I will be able to use them....I generally just use the discharge on the charger itself...but remaining diligent in storing them at their "storage charge" adds longevity and safety....
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solentlife
MyRCMart 3in1 Battery discharger .................. best item you can have for this ... 
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DualDesertEagle
FED50H wrote:
I don't know when I will be able to use them


Isn't that the best reason to leave them with a full charge then? Knowing that all kinds of batteries discharge over time I wouldn't want to leave them uncharged for long to avoid deep discharge.

To me the problem doesn't really arise anyway, I always find SOME kind of use for my batteries, even it it's just using them as a wee bit more powerful DC power source for an experiment.
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Wildthing
I am bad, I just leave mine charged up so if the occasion arises I am not sitting and waiting for batteries to charge, I do throw them on the charger but just to make sure they are topped off. 
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