Really I just need 2. It's kind of strange that my white battery I had from my p4p+ that crashed(insured)The white battery that was in my case was difficult to remove and obviously had some swelling on the soft areas. The next day I flew with my black original battery, both flights only maybe 18 minutes.The black battery was even harder to remove, and I felt inside at the top which was very hot. Sorry about the rant but I wanted to see if something can make them get in that condition and for 2 completely random batteries, makes me wonder if there is some kind of overloading going on inside the battery compartment or???If If I just get the batteries I would pay around 200-225$ low cycle count for each, only oem dji batteries. If you have any insight on this please let me know, I mean if the issue is internally I would be better off just buying a good used p4p..Again, apologies for the novel here I'm just at a point where this has never happened....Thank you for your time...Martin
I’ve not had any battery compartment issues with any of the phantom series at all, so I can’t help there other than to say check the compartment itself to see if it is the culprit. Plastic is plastic and can fail.
Your dollar figures seem to be off a bit as the p4p batteries are still available new for just under 200.00.
If there are any new obsidian ones available anywhere, I’ve not found them.
Used high capacity seem to be in the 100.00 to 130.00 range.
Because of the shipping headaches, mine are at the 130.00 mark and white in color.
Hi, Thanks, I was in the middle of a long day when I gave you the price, it was for obsidian batteries since they are so hard to find. But that's looking more like the non issue it is. Could you tell me your low count batteries. Thank you....Martin