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Old 10-05-2017, 06:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys.

Since the beginning I've used Goo lipos for both of my K110s. Thing is they are a bit getting tired due to old age. So it's a good opportunity to post this since I just bought another K110 for my son.

I've seen here and there guys who have used Glaciers. Seeing that both are almost of the same price per lipo, now I just want to revisit these for comparison and ask your opinion (of those who both used them) in terms of:

1) usable flight time
2) performance: duration of that "pop" doing 3D or regular flying
3) "puffiness" post-flight
4) durability: life before retirement
5) other findings (eg fitment)

Goos: info

Glaciers: info

I'm not adding the Graphenes mainly because of price: info

I personally prefer using same brand of lipos on my helis and not mix and match since I readily notice problems in them birds when somethings up specially on the micros.

Thanks for any info.
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Glaciers, way better than any other brands.
Graphene and Goo, I prefer Glaciers.
Flight time depends on your flying style.
Glaciers gives me same time as the others but more steady power, sometimes I keep going past 4:30 mins because the pack keeps going strong.

Forgot,
Graphene, I have to get rid of 2 of them, started to fade, not holding power, same as Nanotech and they are porky, they fit, but you have to break some parts of the landing gear.
Glaciers, perfect fit, same as stock pack.
Some of the stock pack are really good, but they start to fade with age.
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Glaciers, way better than any other brands.
Graphene and Goo, I prefer Glaciers.
Flight time depends on your flying style.
Glaciers gives me same time as the others but more steady power, sometimes I keep going past 4:30 mins because the pack keeps going strong.

Forgot,
Graphene, I have to get rid of 2 of them, started to fade, not holding power, same as Nanotech and they are porky, they fit, but you have to break some parts of the landing gear.
Glaciers, perfect fit, same as stock pack.
Some of the stock pack are really good, but they start to fade with age.
Thanks for this.

Never tried the nanos because of what u said. Graphene too.

Tried ordering 10 from buddyrc but apparently they are out of stocks.
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Thanks for this.

Never tried the nanos because of what u said. Graphene too.

Tried ordering 10 from buddyrc but apparently they are out of stocks.
I bought some Glaciers last week and saw this after I placed my order, if not I will give them a shot.

https://tmkarc1hobby.com/hyperion-g3...550-is-sr.html
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Old 10-07-2017, 08:51 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I bought some Glaciers last week and saw this after I placed my order, if not I will give them a shot.

https://tmkarc1hobby.com/hyperion-g3...550-is-sr.html

Tried 2 hyperion last year: no good. Reason: puff daddies
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