Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Battery Upgrade 2000 mAh - Uses original charger!
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- 2000 mAH capacity battery
- Works in original charger
- 19 minutes flight time!
- PCM (Protection Circuit Module)
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Works in original charger that came with your Parrot AR 2.0! Double your flight time so that means more flips, flying and fun! 2000 mAH (more than your original battery). 130 Grams - light weight and provides great handling. Get more flips and longer flights!
Top Customer Reviews
- Very long 20 minute 200 mAH battery.
- Isn't too heavy so it doesn't affect the Drone.
- Cord that connects the battery to the Drone is a little longer so you won't worry about snapping the cable.
- The battery is a bit bigger than the stock battery, so you will have to rearrange the inside wires (where the battery sits) a little bit. For example, to make my battery and my outdoor/indoor hull fit, I had to take the USB video cable out of the elastic pocket and put it to the side. Therefore, if you're planning to record video via USB while using this battery, you will have to modify the Drone because the Battery is a little big.
- Charging time is a little long. (I couldn't calculate it because it I fell asleep and when I woke up it was done charging. But, it might be long just because it was the battery's first charge.)
- The battery sticker that has the info (The sticker that says Dronebattery .com, etc.) does become sticky after it heats up.
So, there are a few flaws about this battery. But, it does enable you to fly longer and do more flips!
As others have stated, the fit is tight, I had to move the USB plug out of it's slot and tuck it behind the battery so that the top would fit properly without any modification. If you plan on doing a lot of flips, you may want to shave the inside of the top slightly so that it is more secure, but for standard flying, there are no issues.
Also, keep an eye on your battery meter when things get low, once your under 25% battery life left I found the meter drops quickly, so once the battery is reaching this point, i would keep my altitude low to be ready to land quickly.
Overall, extremely satisfied. I now have the original 1000 mAH as well as Parrot's upgraded 1500 mAH battery. All three give the flight time expected based off the increased battery life rating, and the extra weight each battery adds.
The original Parrot battery lasts me only about 8-10 minutes if I am lucky!
I just got 2 of these batteries to have longer flights with and wow!
The first flight recorded the entire flight and I landed with 20% battery life and an 18+ minute recorded flight!
So the battery would have definitely lasted longer than 18 minutes as I stopped flying around 20% just in case...