Scorpion 2600mAh 45C 11.1V 3S Lipo Battery with XT60(2 pack)

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Was: $70.99
Now: $45.99
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3S 11.1V

Product Overview

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Capacity: 2600mAh
Voltage: 11.1V
Dimension: 16.6*43.5*135.0
Weight: 211.4g
Continuous: 45C
Burst: 90C
Wire (AWG):12#
Charge Plug: JST-XHR
Discharge Plug: XT60


Seriously, quality is important to us
The quality of our Scorpion batteries is one of our top priorities. All batteries come with a QR code that allows our factory to monitor each step of the production process. Batteries that are found to be unsatisfactory are scanned and traced back to the manufacturing stages to identify where the problem occurred. This allows us to monitor our quality while constantly improving in order to offer our customers the best battery possible. 
Additionally, our battery's voltage, amps, and wattage are triple checked before they leave our Santa Ana, CA office to ensure all customers receive a top-tier quality battery. 
If you are unhappy with your Scorpion battery, our live customer service team is available M-F 9-5 to quickly resolve your issue ( 
We don't bite! 
Send us a message with any questions and we will get back to you within 24 hours.


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  • 5
    Great batteries

    Posted by Alberto Jose Castillo Belmar on Oct 6th 2021

    We have 4s 2600 Mah batteries and two weeks ago, my son was flying and did not hear the time alarm (6 minutes flight). He flew the airplane for 16 minutes before the motor did not respond!! and the best part, even when the battery voltage dropped below 3.2 per cell, the battery is intact, no puff at all, no problems with internal resistance. This are great quality batteries. We have another more expensive batteries for the same airplane, but they got a liitle puffed at the second flight, even when never dropped below 3.6 volts per cell.