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Why buy this?

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by jl_coat, Oct 22, 2014.

  1. jl_coat

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    Why would someone buy this? Especially spending that much?
    Damaged, bulging, no charge cycle count, "good luck" at the end of the auction (lol) ...can go on and on
     

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  2. Lithium12.6

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    Agree. Wouldn't want it for free.
     
  3. CityZen

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    You can replace the cells and rebuild it. The built-in controller board can't be purchased by itself.

    However, that does seem a bit high even for that purpose.
     
  4. jl_coat

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    ...Just making sure I am not missing something.
    Crazy
     
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    Might also be useful just as a test-bench battery. Certainly wouldn't fly with it like that.
     
  6. jl_coat

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    $20 dollars more gets you a aftermarket smart battery.
     
  7. 480sparky

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    How much for the Cheez-Its?

    Or are they included in the auction?


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  8. jl_coat

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    I'd be more opt to buy $71 worth of cheez-its than that battery!
    JL
     
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    You'd be surprised with the type of people who buy these kinds of stuff on eBay, and I depend on them. :lol: