Sometimes the DJI Smart Battery can be a very tight fit in your Phantom 2 / Vision / Vision+. Here’s a top tip from a subscriber on how to loosen it up without making it any less secure.
i used “Plumba Grease”, – available from Amazon in the UK here: http://amzn.to/1ri3dVU (affiliate), and a similar product from Amazon in the US here: http://amzn.to/1sZ7ynl (affiliate) –
but any silicone grease that’s plastic safe will do the job just as well. Use only just enough to fill the groove in the battery and wipe off any excess. Should prove particularly useful when you’ve got cold fingers during winter flying, as that’s been the time when I’ve often really struggled to remove the battery packs and get them out and they’ve almost felt stuck in there.
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