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30 Cal Ammo Box (Lipo Battery Storage)

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This genuine used army ammunition box is ideal for storing your lithium polymer batteries.  If it is designed to safely store and transport ammunition it should be good enough for your Lipo batteries right?  This is a 30 calibre (7.62mm) ammunition box that has dimensions of 28cm x 18cm x 8cm (Internal size = 25cm x 15cm x 7cm).  This can store a load of 1550 batteries to take to the flying field with you.  These boxes are considerably stronger than the fireproof lipo bags you commonly see people using.

Although these ammunition boxes are genuine, they have been used /abused by the army.  All the boxes we sell are in serviceable condition (so they are sealed and can open/close).  However they do contain have wear including chipped paint, rust and other markings/dents/debris.  All images shown are for illustrative purposes only.

Disclaimer: Please note that these are not originally designed to store batteries and have not been officially tested against lithium battery fires.  Keeping your battery inside this ammo box is not a substitute for safe battery handling practice  Please also note that these boxes still include a rubber seal.  There is reason to believe that if one of your batteries do burn inside the box it can cause an excessive build up of pressure so its a good idea to drill a vent hole into the box. 

Key Features

  • Genuine ex military ammo box
  • Strong enough to store and transport your lipos
  • 28cm x 18cm x 8cm (Internal size = 25cm x 15cm x 7cm)

1 Review

  • 5
    Nice box

    Posted by Nic on 7th Nov 2018

    These make a great, sturdy storage box for up to around a dozen lipos but beware, they do not make batteries safe. All safety considerations still apply! It is also advised that you remove the seal inside the lid to allow produced gasses to escape in the case of a battery fire or else you are creating a high pressure explosive container or at best a high pressure flame thrower from the point where the seal fails.
    I do not mean to talk down this product and I use one personally but feel that this safety issue needs to be made clear. Enjoy