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Anyone tried these batteries? How are they?

  • MeGeek Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:50 AM Reply
    Just wondering if anyone has tried these batteries and whether the 2500ma rating is correct.
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  • Thisisme Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:52 AM Reply
    If they cost 6.75, it must be because they are good!
    Well, Dealextreme goes to DE not DX in my book!
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  • captjimjam Wednesday, January 28, 2009 12:08 PM Reply
    The rating of 2500mAh will be exadurrated a little bit.
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  • Trumm Wednesday, January 28, 2009 4:20 PM Reply
    normally trustfire dont overrate much so they are like 2350mah
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  • gearhounds Friday, January 30, 2009 7:19 PM Reply
    I have had ZERO problems with the Trustfire batteries I have gotten and they run long.
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  • mashersmasher Thursday, June 11, 2009 12:24 PM Reply
    these are based off of a sony version that runs at 2200 mah so i imagine that assuming these are similar that they run at about that much
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  • DDN84 Monday, September 21, 2009 10:00 PM Reply
    I gained ~14% in runtime using these batteries compared to my AW17670 1600mAh so I'd say my TF are ~1800-1900mAh; not too bad for the price though
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  • ravkill Thursday, April 1, 2010 4:30 PM Reply
    Iv bough four. 2 died after a week of use. One is leaking
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  • chicharron455 Wednesday, May 26, 2010 4:43 PM Reply
    I have 3 to power my halogen sku 20231 ,protected won´t work ,and this batts do the job very nice
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  • davecuk Sunday, August 14, 2011 1:24 PM Reply
    Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:52 AM
    If they cost 6.75, it must be because they are good!

    Even though your being sarcastic and have not tried them, you are right.....they are good.

    They can all happily be discharged at 3.0A (and even 4A). Using a Charger which can discharge at 3.0A until the batteries read 3.0V under load, then it reduces the current to maintain the batteries voltage at 3.0V until all useful capacity has been obtained. mAh results for 8 cells are as follows, the mAh figures in the 3.0A column are what they gave at 3.0A until the discharger started reducing the current to maintain the voltage.

    ........... Sustained
    .......... 3A Disch Tot Capacity Resting V

    Battery 1 2350.... 2493...
    Battery 2 1600.... 2126... 3.12
    Battery 3 2372.... 2489... 3.11
    Battery 4 1483.... 2072... 3.11
    Battery 5 1740.... 2010... 3.12
    Battery 6 1215.... 2070... 3.15
    Battery 7 1740.... 2083 ... 3.18
    Battery 8 1830.... 2115... 3.17

    Interestingly quite a few of the cells gave decent amp output of below 3A, but above 2A for quite a while after the 3.0V point was reached, often until they had given almost all of their total capacity. These are very good cells for the money. In all cases the cells gave pretty much all their capacity and were still delivering 500mah at the end. All cells give over 2000 mAh capacity and are very good cells for the money.
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    post edited by davecuk on 8/14/2011 at 1:28 PM
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