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  • posted byUliBaer on 05/04/2013

    The battery definitely holds the promise of 1350 mAh capacity. Very easy handling and charging. Nothing i can think of after 2 weeks of extensively use. The batteries hold the charge and deliver the power needed on demand, what more to say? There are LiFePO4-batteries outside with a higher capacity, but at the expense of a very higher price. This battery ... Read more

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  • posted byCombatControl on 03/28/2013

    Long lasting and so far I have recharged it several times with no loss of life. The spare sat in the drawer for six months and still held a strong charge! Power output was as advertized. None, nada, zip. It's a battery, it either works or does not, or doesn't perform as advertized. These did. It is hard to have too many further thoughts as it is a simple ... Read more

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  • posted byRCair on 05/14/2012

    I've bought 4 items (2pack) to repair my no-name accu drill - I wanted to substitute old NiCd 12V pack with 2P4S pack of this LiFePo. Work perfectly, real capacity 1200mAh/cell measured by Orbit Pocketlader, 4A output without any noticeable heating. After 1 month of everyday using no capacity losses. No cons, really :) may by price could be slightly ... Read more

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  • posted byLeodahsan on 09/04/2010

    - high amp (4.5amp), with 10 of these maybe you can turn your car on :P - blue hehehe - right voltage for laser addicted (3.2v) - unprotected, common sized - can get full charge in 30 min, with the right charger. - LiFePO4 (no need to say more) - somehow get discharged faster than Li-Ion, but it is common to LiFePO4. - hard to connect in series, both ... Read more

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  • posted byLeodahsan on 08/28/2010

    regarding the con: on the anode it has 4 holes, where you can put a spring for putting the cells on series for diy. fully compatible with many flashlights, etc... mine came with 4.27v with 4.60amp. don't have the bigger tip on the anode, being hard to use 2 cells on series, on diy projects (not really a con) lasts half the time of a common 18650, but ... Read more

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  • posted byflatspin on 05/13/2009

    Cheap, robust, end pins solder easily. none that i can think of! Using these as primary power pack on my Honeybee king 2. Very impressed! get about a 5 minute flight time. Initial charge led to the cells not balancing, but with each subsequent charge balancing and storage improved. Even though these are not supposed to be high discharge rate cells, ... Read more

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  • posted byStorkaft on 02/24/2009

    it works. its blue hehee whats to say ??? its cheap. get it if you need it. could be nice if it came in a plastik holder. but i have ordered some from this page. so no problem.. well maybe it is the light. but it seems to loose power fast. but it might be my flashlight i dont know. its not to easy to see what side is + they should make fx. the + end ... Read more

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  • posted byaz113 on 12/03/2008

    The capacity very close to declared - mine IMax B6 shows 1230-1250mAh at 1A discharge current (discharger is not able to consume less than 1A). Fast recharge (about 30 min) ability Easily to solder conclusions. Low current at discharge (4C only) - LiFePo4 accu's by "A123 cells" give me up to 10C Price may be lower, at all... Good battery for ... Read more

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  • posted byshusting on 11/17/2008

    -Decent price -Much lower danger of explosion than other lithium chemistries! (nothing is ever 100% safe, though :p) -Half the capacity of the standard lithium cells sold here. -Might be half the capacity, but more-or-less half the cost as well, and safer, so I guess these are a better choice. -Sku 1236 on 3.0v mode with an external apparatus charges ... Read more

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  • posted byrizki_p on 08/05/2008

    Capacity closed to advertised capacity. Durable and wont explode like Liion. Maintain its voltage under relatively heavy load. Can be fully charge in 30 minutes, try that with Lithium Ion. This cells love to be abused :) Seems to have good quality. Doesnt have protection circuit so nothing will break. Smaller capacity compared to Normal Lithium Ion.... Read more

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