Have to disagree there Drone. I bought 4 of them, one for each battery. I know the odds are extremely low that you will ever have issues with these batteries but those odds are NOT zero! ii
Appreciate that how is the quality? Does the actual fabric flake off?I asked the same question a different thread, the suggestion I went with was:
Amazon.com: Teenitor® Fireproof Explosionproof Lipo Battery Safe Bag Lipo Battery Guard Safe Bag Pouch Sack for Charge & Storage 185x75x60mm Large size: Toys & Games
I was the one who recommended those. I got them from Amazon and read comments etc... they have a 4.5 star rating but of course how many are promotions etc, I have no idea. I based my decision on that though.Appreciate that how is the quality? Does the actual fabric flake off?
So it's not needed? I'm new to this matter, they H batteries don't look like they're gonna leak
ok thanksIMO, no, they are not needed, especially if you follow some simple/basic rules regarding proper "use" and care of lipo batteries.
What typically happens to a lipo if not properly cared for, is they will swell, split the case, and in the process, a cell or more will die. At that point, dispose of the battery properly. A quality charger won't charge a bad battery. But people will start pushing buttons on the charger trying to force the battery to take a charge. Thats when problems occur. I know of a couple settings on high-end chargers that will force a charge on a lipo cause you bypass the "smarts" in the charger. not a good thing...
The plastic case just protects the battery from outside damage. The case will split if the pack swells due to improper care.