Reviews: Custom 7.4V 1500mAh 20C PEQ Type Lipoly Battery by Matrix Airsoft

$25.00 $20.50

4 Customer Reviews
Model: BAT-PEQ01
Location: U2-138 WSO7-B07 V4-M10

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by Tristen W. on 2015-09-10 08:10:28
"Bought this for my ARES AM-014 and it worked well.

It is a lot smaller than you would think. Because of the power it yields a slightly slower rate of fire, but has a good battery life. It lasted me a whole day of continuous playing.

Make sure you buy a LIPO specific charger and a LIPO charging bag, as both are needed for this battery. It takes about an hour to charge all the way.

This is a great deal, go ahead and buy one!
by kade h. on 2015-05-05 19:51:53
"Short review. Great little battery for peq boxes. Made my Bolt Keymod shoot great. Although it is not wired to the front like it says on evike. Will die after about 5 hi-caps with medium use. LEARN YOUR LIPOS BEFORE BUYING.
by Yishai B. on 2014-02-28 06:21:21
"Please learn at least the basics of lipo batteries before posting a review. This Lipo is 7.4v which means it will cap a voltage of around 10 volts when fully charged. The danger of 11.1's is that they run at around 14volts when charged. Lipo batteries are not prone to explosions if you keep an eye on them and dont overcharge, overdrain, or overheat them to the point where they are burning to the touch. A 40C rating on these batteries means they can handle a large current being drawn from them without heating up too much or just not being able to handle it. That being said, NIMH 9.6v batteries are NOT more voltage or more reliable, but are simply made of different materials. Lipo's are good for getting large amounts of volts in smaller packages and lighter weights then NIMH. This is a good battery, buy a proper charger with it and keep an eye on it while playing and charging, and there should be no issues.
by Nate K. on 2014-01-20 17:41:12
"I got this along with some other stuff in order to power my new JG zombie killer pistol m4. I knew it was a lipo going in and if i had done some shopping around i would realized there are cheaper safer batteries. But more on that after some pro/cons

Light weight
Came charged

LiPo (people, they are known to catch fire. be careful and smart)
doesn't fit well in the included PEQ-15
Low voltage

So more on the alternative: I payed nearly 60 dollars for this battery, a charger and a safety bag. For just a little bit more (if i had checked properly BEFORE i purchased) I could have gotten a 9.6v NiMh battery. They are more stable and i trust them a bit more, plus more voltage. But it is your decision.

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