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We are excited to introduce the Nitro Nectar Gold Series HV Lipo Battery Series! They use a different battery packaging technology that provides a better discharging rate for those who like to push the limit! We tested these batteries with our powerhouse 1S craft. After 3 months testing, we are now ready to bring them to the market for whoop pilots across the world!

Lightweight, durable and plenty of power to bring home the Gold!

NOTE: These packs are designed to deliver a major amount of power! With the discharge rate that gives these packs such power, you will feel pack sag much later than normal packs. We suggest setting the low voltage reading to 3.5v and bringing it in to land at 3.3v. You are able to fly below 3.3v but that may result in battery degradation.

You will need a high voltage capable charger, such as our brand new Nectar Injector portable USB powered charger.

Check out the full selection of our 1s Batteries!


  • Cell count: 1
  • Nominal voltage: 3.8V
  • Max voltage: 4.35V
  • Capacity: 250mah
  • Continuous discharge rating: 40C
  • Max discharge rating: 80C
  • Weight: 7g (+/-1%)
  • Plug: PH 2.0

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Best 1S PH2.0 Available

One of the best PH2.0 1S lipos that is readily available

Stanley Buddenbohm
Little Gold

Super power for the short bursts I need

Eric Coker
Great for NBD "brushed" whoops.

Got these for my brushed whoops from NBD. They work great with those and the hummingbird brushless. What they don't work good with is the new AcroBee V4 Crossfire! Taking them down to 3.2 made them very warm. Then the second flight (down to 3.2v ) made them puff. All of my 1S have 3.35v warning and 3.2v land now ....Not sure why AcroBee V4 Crossfire is like this. They seem to like anything else but the new AcroBee V4 Crossfire!??!

works good.

Have been using (abusing) these for 2 years off and on. I prefer the 300mah for a little longer flight time, but the 250s are slightly lighter and cheaper and work just as well though shorter flight time. I beat these up preetty hard by draining them below what is usually advised, and sometimes leaving charged for longer than advised, but hey still work well enough for casual use. seem to hold up better physically and electrically than the cheap GNB, Gaoneng, and happy model 1s batteries I also have.

T. Franks
Lighter Weight for Sweet Indoor Acro

Got these because they're as good as the 300mah Niyro Nectars but they weigh a little less. Indoor acro is that much more rewarding with these little whipper snappers in your battery bay. Know what I'm sayin'?