Be safe whilst charging your Airsoft Batteries, if it goes wrong, it really goes wrong! Reducing the chances of damage in the event of a LiPo / Battery fire; this safe Nuprol Lipo charging bag is a lot cheaper than replacing your Airsoft Gun.
Stay Safe With The Nuprol Lipo Charging Bag!
It is a rare thing to happen, but that’s probably the downside of a worst case scenario. You will never see it coming and so it always catches us off guard! Take no chances and minimise the risks of using rechargeable batteries by adding this Nuprol Lipo Charging Bag to your charging setup.
Whichever way you look at it, it is much cheaper than the contents of your home. If you are not about taking risks and you frequently use/charge LiPo batteries, this is a wise addition to your kit. Be sure to check out more Airsoft Supplies!
Nuprol Lipo Charging Bag Features
- Simply insert your LiPos into this bag whilst charging to prevent extensive damage if your LiPo goes during mid charge
- Never leave charging battery unattended
- Always ensure the battery is on a non-flammable surface
- Ensure flap is sealed while charging
- The LIPO SAFE is intended to reduce the chances of damage in the event of a lipo fire
Special Instructions For Charging
Please do not let the battery fully discharge before recharging. This will damage the battery, please use a LiPo Alarm to check the Charge of the Battery before use, and stop the Rate of Fire Drops. To charge the battery you MUST use a Li-Po Battery Charger, as overcharging can cause damage to the unit.
Never leave Li-Po charging unattended. Always monitor the charging process of your Li-Po so that you can react immediately to any potential problems. If your batteries start to balloon or swell up discontinue charging / discharging. Before and after the use of your Li-Po batteries, inspect them to ensure there is no physical damage or swelling as those are signs of an imminent failure.
Only use approved Li-Po chargers. Do not pierce or disassemble the battery. The charging current should not be more than 1.0c as charging at a higher current may damage the cell or even lead to overheating or leakage. Stop charging immediately when temperature is over 45°C, and stop using the battery once the temperature is over 60°C.