Reedy Zappers Hi-Voltage Shorty LiPo Batteries

Reedy Zappers Hi-Voltage Shorty LiPo Batteries

From Reedy:

Shorty Zappers are here! Originally referring to Reedy’s proprietary NiMH voltage enhancement technology, Zappers perfectly describe Reedy’s high-voltage LiPo battery chemistry. A 7.6 nominal voltage means that with a suitable charger, the battery can be safely charged to 8.7V (4.35V/cell). It is no secret that more voltage equals more power, and there is no easier way to achieve a performance advantage than a higher charge voltage!

Even when the typical 8.4V (4.2V/cell) charging limit is enforced, the battery still offers a significant advantage thanks to a flatter discharge curve — which results in more voltage deeper into the race.

For those who race where approved batteries are required, 7.4V are available and feature the same discharge curve characteristics as the 7.6V versions.

A high quality, durable hard Reedy case helps prevent damage while heavy-duty 5mm socket connectors keeps power-robbing resistance to a minimum. A charge lead and 5mm ESC connectors are included.

LiPo battery technology continues to progress and Reedy is proud to bring improved performance to the masses.


  • High-voltage chemistry
  • Flat discharge curve
  • Low-resistance 5mm sockets
  • 2mm balance port
  • Durable hard case
  • #27306 built to ROAR/EFRA/BRCA/IFMAR specs


Model Number: 27305: 27306
Capacity: 4800mAh: 4400mAh
Voltage: 7.6V (2S): 7.4V (2S)
Dimensions (mm): 95.8 x 46.8 x 24.4: 95.8 x 46.8 x 24.4
Max. Charge Current: 9.6A: 8.8A
Discharge Current: 100C: 100C
Weight (g): 205: 205

#27305 – Reedy Zappers 4800mAh 7.6V 100C Shorty – MSRP $124.99
#27306 – Reedy Zappers 4400mAh 7.4V 100C Shorty – MSRP $119.99

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Updated: September 22, 2016 — 12:06 PM
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