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There are many steps to ensure safe practices of LiPo battery care. It is important that you are charging and handling your LiPo batteries with the upmost safety to prevent any accidents. We have all heard the chilling stories of LiPo batteries catching on fire and causing serious damage. In addition to using the charger specifically designed for your battery, using a high quality LiPo Battery Guard provides maximum safety. LiPo Battery Guards, also referred to as LiPo Bags, from DSLRPros are made of space-age materials that will help contain a battery fire.

There are other instances (not just during charging) where a LiPo Bag is essential for safety. LiPo bags are a convenient way of safeguarding your batteries during charging, transportation, and storage.

If you ever leave spare batteries in the car, the internal heat can cause a battery fire. If your batteries are contained properly in a LiPo bag, the fire-resistant material will reduce the severity of the fire inside.

LiPo Bags are also essential to have while traveling. Because of the volatile nature of lithium chemistry batteries, many airlines require flame resistant storage charging bags. You don?t want to get stuck at the airport without LiPo Bags to safely transport your flight packs. High Quality LiPo Battery Guards from DSLRPros are sealed with a thick, industrial strength Velcro flap ? great for storage and transportation.

The LiPo Bags are easy to use. Simply place your lithium polymer battery inside the safe charging bag and extend the charging wire through the top flap. This simple step will give you peace of mind and a higher level of safety.

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