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  • posted by679667 on 12/10/2014

    Great!, only con I can think of is the wire gauge: You can't expect to get a lot of current trough them (3A+). For normal power needs these are sufficient.


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  • posted byrtl9000 on 11/15/2014

    Pros: Good build quality, good battery fit, solid soldering Cans: None what so ever,

    Impression:Very Good Quality;

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  • posted bypage2 on 09/01/2014

    Pros: Fits two 18650-size LiIon cells. This is not standard AA but the larger size. Cons: Wires are thin, will not handle too much current. No protection (fuse, resistor) Other thoughts: if u have some cells sitting unused from e.g. an old laptop, this product could be used to make a cheap... Read more

    Impression:Value plastic case;

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  • posted byARIMOS on 02/24/2014

    according to the expectations, both manufacturing materials as the presentation have covered perfectly with the requirements for the project I'm doing, so later will realize new purchases of similar items if still keeping the qualities that have provided me with the adjusted prices that offer the... Read more

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  • posted bycdai8 on 11/24/2013

    - good holder - Quality is not bad - not much more to say - very tight for protected batteries - it does hold the batteries well, but maybe too well, kinda difficult to take them out - the wires are a little thin - it will be good if it can be configured as parallel instead of series thru some of... Read more

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  • posted byYenyaKas on 10/23/2013

    It is tight enough to hold the batteries securely even on a bike. The length is enough to accomodate both plain 18650 batteries and the batteries with overcharge and undercharge protection electronics, which are a bit longer than 65mm. The wires are not thick enough for high-current applications,... Read more

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  • posted bylasermanathome on 09/27/2013

    Can be used in older 7.2 V rechargable electric tools and is small enouch to replace the NiCd or Ni MH 7.2v batterypack, the reason to buy them. They are small enough to builld them IN the batterypack but recharge is a bit more difficult or a balancer is needed. Two big advantages you will get, a... Read more

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  • posted by13557 on 08/14/2013

    Good small size fits protected 18650 batteries without any problems. Love them and have ordered many of these type holders before very durable and long lasting. When full can provide up to 8.2V. Count 4.1Vx2 when fully loaded basic batteries. No problems to say for it is a rigid holder. Love good... Read more

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  • posted byazmanovski on 07/02/2013

    This battery holder is functioning as it supposed to. I ordered four pieces of it, so I can increase voltage connecting more batteries for my needs. The metal prongs are made from good quality metal,its a shiny metal and it looks like it will last long. I think that it doesn't rust easily. This (... Read more

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  • posted byrpm4567 on 06/29/2013

    This is a really good battery holder case box. I got it to hold two of my 18650 batteries for a DIY project to power a Raspberry Pi. Works just fine. I did try to put in some of my longer protected 18650 batteries (Panasonic NCR18650B) but they did not fit as they were too long. The TrustFire fit... Read more

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