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This write up is to illustrate how to build a charging box with one ISDT Q6 charger, using one of our charging plates. The hard case used in this write up is the Seahorse 300 in yellow. You can see this Seahorse plate kit HERE, and the others we offer HERE. Disclaimer: During this build, You must accept that You and You Alone are Responsible for your safety and safety of others in any endeavor in which you engage. While the material on turtlelaboratories.com is provided in hopes that you build your own personalized box, You are Responsible for verifying its accuracy and applicability to your project. You...

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This write up is to illustrate how to build a charging box with two ISDT Q6 chargers, using one of our dual charging plates. The hard case used in this write up is the Nanuk 910 in green. You can see this dual 910 plate kit HERE, and the others we offer HERE. Disclaimer: During this build, You must accept that You and You Alone are Responsible for your safety and safety of others in any endeavor in which you engage. While the material on turtlelaboratories.com is provided in hopes that you build your own personalized box, You are Responsible for verifying its accuracy...

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Field Charger, ISDT -

Whenever my friends and I do charging of batteries in the field, or on a camping trip, the charging situation is always a very messy, oftentimes stressful experience. Different chargers, with different power supplies, charging different batteries and wires everywhere. Well, we decided to put this to an end. RC trips are supposed to be fun, and with one less worry, it makes each trip that much more enjoyable. We came up with a plate kit for any DIYer to purchase, and build their own charging box. We are starting with the ISDT Q6 charger because of its small footprint, easy...

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The ALL NEW Field Bench to enhance your hobby!

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When we moved to NC, we had big dreams of purchasing a cute little plot of land and building our home and shop from the ground up. Ideally, a piece of property with a strong creek or stream so Joey could eventually start up our very own hydro-electric plant. We planned to call it SECO (short for Sacco Electric Co.), which was a play-on TECO (Tampa Electric Co.) for all you west coast FL folks out there. Well, after doing lots of research on building up the land, we realized just how expensive it is to start from scratch. Reality...

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