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    Default lightweight super small battery??

    any 1 got a suggestion on where i can find a 12volt battary under 3lbs and the smaller the better?

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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    what would it be powering?
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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    bout 20 feet of rgb strips and controller

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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    The smallest 12V battery I know of is that used on a Miata. OReilly's has it under the code "MIATA"
    It is about the size of a motorcycle or large lawnmower battery. It isn't cheap, but a great design.
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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    check www.braillebattery.com they have tiny batteries.

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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    Quote Originally Posted by TartanJack View Post
    The smallest 12V battery I know of is that used on a Miata. OReilly's has it under the code "MIATA"
    It is about the size of a motorcycle or large lawnmower battery. It isn't cheap, but a great design.

    im looking for one that can be carried on a person not a car

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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    You might wanna start lookin at car sterio shops. Some of the back-up batteries used on amps ( insted of caps) are fairly small. Not to sure about the wait, but they are small. Plus, the batteries used in those kid car power wheels are also pretty small.

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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    Try this: http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...ductId=2103438


    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyred View Post
    check www.braillebattery.com they have tiny batteries.
    X2! These are really good batteries, however might be out of your price range for what your using them for.

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    Not to sure about the weight*, but they are small.
    Kinetik HC600 is 14lbs so thats a no go.
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    Default Re: lightweight super small battery??

    this is the smallest car battery i know of.
    why not just put 10 AA batteries in parallel? i made some fun toys a few years back that required a car alarm and i used that. it was a very cheap alternative.
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