Pros: Some really nice batteries. I have not tested the capacity but I think the stated 2563 mAh would be right. Comes with protection board which is working, you can't short circuit them. Cons: Slightly on the long side, but they do fit in my charger and my flashlight so no problem for me at all. Not the cheapest batteries but probably the bes... Read more
Pros: I consider these rechargeable batteries are the best in size of 18650. A capacity is maximally close to declared. I bought them for my UltraFire flashlight. Highly pleased by this purchase. I am convinced, that SANYO produces the best compact accumulators at the market. Thus their accumulators are selling at very democratic price. Cons: N... Read more
Pros: Best batteries for flashlight Really good and long lasting batteries. Protected batteries (you can not overcharge or overdischarge them).These are top-quality, and when on sale, for less than questionable "XY-Fire" batteries. Cons: A bit larger (3mm) than 18mm x 650mm so you might have troubles in a tight-fitting application Oth... Read more
Pros: Excellent value 18650 protected cell. These are top-quality, and when on sale, for less than questionable "x-Fire" batteries. Got them at 40% off which made them a steal. Cons: A bit larger than 18mm x 650mm so you might have troubles in a tight-fitting application. OtherThoughts: Even at full price, these are great batteries. B... Read more
Pros: Best batteries for flashlight (almost all capacity fills out until 3.1 V, that is important for some flashlight drivers).
Tested capacity 2569 mAh.
High current output (current protection 6.2A).
Protected batteries (you can not overcharge or overdischarge them). Cons: I bought them for 8.36$ for 2-pack.
No cons can be for this brice and t... Read more
Pros: Probably the best value general use battery around Still no slouch for moderately high drain applications. Voltage drop is minimal even at protection circuit limits. It's got nipples! Correctly stated (or at least not wildly overstated) capacity Cons: Of course its longer than the unprotected variety. This means it may not fit all applica... Read more
Pros: Quality cells,
Well built - it doesn't look like china fake... More than enough capacity for most flashlight applications and not only for flashlight. It can be used for power banks (with proper charger unit), in notebook for battery re-packing and so on...
Protection for overcharging! Cons: Nipple less...Not suitable for a number of flas... Read more
Pros: High current output. Works well with current hungry Sky Ray King flashlight. Cons: Really none. A bit long to fit to my charger. But it goes. OtherThoughts: I am using these in my Sky-ray king flashlight.
Work is superb. I have not yet found out if the maximum discharge level where the circuit stops it from draing any lower voltage level.... Read more
Pros: - Very good capacity
- Can handle high current
- Nice Pink Colour
- Very well wrapped, the protection circuit has one layer of wrap, and there is a second clear wrap for extra protection
- Feels very solid and well made Cons: - Longer than a non-protected 18650
- Wider than a non-protected 18650, this is because of the multiple wrapping l... Read more
Pros: Great batteries. They fit in the usual flashlight and in normal-sized battery holders. They hold their charge and although I haven't tested them on the imax-B6 yet I can say they have more capacity than the average batteries. Cons: None that I see. OtherThoughts: They are pink. Some will like it, some won't. I think they look good but it... Read more
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