Venom Power 6 Cell 7.2V NiMH Stick Battery Pack w/UNI 2.0 Connector (4200mAh)

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Venom Power 6 Cell 7.2V NiMH Stick Battery Pack w/UNI 2.0 Connector (4200mAh)
Price: $33.99
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Venom DRIVE batteries now include the Venom Universal 2.0 (UNI 2.0) Plug System!

This means compatibility with the following plugs:

  • XT60 - Yellow (base plug)
  • Traxxas Legacy - Black (adapter) 
  • Deans/T-Style - Red (adapter)
  • EC3 - Blue (adapter)

This is the Venom Power 6 Cell 7.2V NiMH Battery Pack. Built using the latest Quad Welding technology for superior strength and optimum power. This battery is factory equipped with the Venom UNI 2.0 Plug System, for the ultimate in flexibility!

Venom DRIVE batteries now also include the Venom Universal 2.0 Plug System for the ultimate in connectivity. Utilizing a high current Amass XT60 base plug with the correct included Venom UNI 2.0 adaptor for Traxxas legacy plug, Deans/T-Style or EC3 adapter allows for solder-free plug conversion and plug and play use with todays most popular RC vehicles.


  • Type: Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
  • Capacity: 4200 mAh
  • Voltage: 7.2V
  • Connector Type: Venom UNI 2.0 Plug System
  • Weight: 14.4 oz (0.41 kg)
  • Configuration: 6-Cell
  • Dimensions (WxLxH): 1.77"x5.39"x0.94"

This product was added to our catalog on September 8, 2010

Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 30 2011 (about 10 years ago)
Venom Power 6 Cell 7.2V NiMH Stick Battery Pack w/UNI 2.0 Connector (4200mAh)
Very poor product. I was very disappointed with it. When I got it, I put on the deans plug, and it would charge or run in my car. None of the other plugs would work either. So instead of paying to ship it back in and get a new one. I bought a new set of deans plugs. I then had to cut off the bad venom plug, strip the wire, solder on the new deans plug, and cover it with heat shrink tubing. The battery works fine now, but it isn't as good as some other nimh packs I have. I would not recommend.