Tattu R-Line V4 650mAh 4s 95C LiPo Battery

Tattu is known for making reliable and powerful batteries and is a top choice for many racers, freestylers, and professionals.

R-Line is Tattu's flagship series. R-Line batteries are formulated to provide maximum power throughout the discharge cycle of the battery. With other batteries, you'll feel the battery voltage sag after 30 seconds - not with R-Lines!

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  • Remarkable stacking technology enables single-cell capacities of 650mAh.
  • High discharge performance and high energy density.
  • Superior Japan and Korea Lithium Polymer raw materials.


    • Capacity: 650mAh
    • Configuration: 4S1P - 14.8V - 4 Cells
    • Discharge Rating: 95C
    • Maximum Burst Discharge Rating: 190C
    • Dimensions: 61x31x25 mm 
    • Balance Charge Plug: JST-XHR-4P
    • Discharge Plug: XT30
    • Weight: 82g ± 20g

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Bought 2 and received 1.75...

    I purchased 2 of these batteries for my 3inch Apex. 1 of them packs a lot of punch but the other not so much. The weaker of the two arrived with one cell having substantially higher IR over the other cells so I trickle charges it hoping it would even put. I flown both of them 5 cycles but the one is still not recovered.


    Batteries good, as expected, shipped almost immediately, but keep in mind if you are from Canada, batteries need to come via UPS ground, and they will charge about 60$CAD just for brokerage fee, in addition to the taxes. Next time I will pick them up from a border town on USA side (Point Roberts in my case) and pay only import taxes; quicker, cheaper, safer.

    Dan Sullinger
    Works great on the Cinelog 30

    I use these all day on my Cinelog 30 by Geprc and they are powerful

    Jose A Sibaja
    I haven't gotten the items shipped from newbeedrone yet

    You guys are asking me to review something I ordered 14 days ago, but it hasn't even left your warehouse according to USPS. Why is my order taking so long?