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  1. deMARCOman

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    Dumb question I know.. but I just want to be sure.
     
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  2. Steve Carr

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    If it was harmful to the batteries, I would have a bucket full of bad ones by now. I always keep at least a couple charged for Search and Rescue if the need arises. I cycle them whenever I can but many times they sit for over a week fully charged and I have yet to see ill effects. Maybe it's not the best practice, but it seems to work for me.
     
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  3. deMARCOman

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    Thanks Steve.
     
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  4. recharged95

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    It's OK. Just keep them in a dry cool place or your case if your have one.

    Always observe voltage sag after takeoff to ensure the battery is healthy. Otherwise, after a week I usually put batteries into storage state, which is somewhat hard to do with the batteries...
     
  5. deMARCOman

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    #5 deMARCOman, Sep 17, 2016
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  6. Christoph

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    It is ok Marco