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  • posted bymwmun on 12/28/2013

    Economically priced. These work right out of the box. 14500 unprotected matches the AA form factor. Most of them are tested to be around 3.9 volts right out from the box, slightly higher than the nominal 3.7 volts. None, except that plastic casing on one of the samples was cracked. These fit the AA battery form factor better than the protected TrustFires.... Read more

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  • posted byswazza on 10/24/2013

    Bought other brands and they are not as good as this by any stretch. I get about <30min from them in my high power LED torch and the light is damn powerful. Have had these types of batteries for a few years now and they are still going strong. Wish they were better mAh rating. The don't work in place of a AA battery. They can actually wreck your ... Read more

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  • posted bylietotajs on 06/07/2013

    Very good looking and well made from outside. The size is exactly as stated. Very light. I wanted to use these for PC mouse replacing 2 AA size batteries with one of these and an empty battery. So far everything is working. However one has to be cautious not to discharge them too much. The actual measured capacity was around 400mAh. Came with a holder ... Read more

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  • posted bydamilkman on 05/19/2013

    Cheaper than buying Alk batteries. No more batteries in the trash. Keep charged cell close when one dies during game play. Back in business quick. Not the perfect replacement but close. In replacing AA batteries, a dummy is needed for the empty slot. With the slightly higher current from the single cell, the button ring stays on even when powered down.... Read more

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  • posted byBulgina on 05/06/2013

    The price quite accepted for these storage batteries. Two storage batteries in a set. Not strongly discharged came. Have no protection. One accumulator died some months of use later. Capacity doesn't correspond declared 900mA. I checked through Imax B6AC, showed 650 mA and 750 mA on the category. I use these batteries for over a year. If the shop reduces ... Read more

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  • posted byCombatControl on 04/26/2013

    Cheap as I ahve ever seen. Fairly good energy density at around 4.0V after full charge. Remained around 3.7V for most of its charge. Only declined to ~3.2V when near empty. Can manage a fairly high discharge rate. Unprotected. Probably not 900mHa For the price it works, and who cares? I have many lights from DE and the ones that come with batteries ... Read more

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  • posted byurkent on 02/17/2013

    If you use it in a remote control, there's no better quality needed. It fit's also in a Robust from L-Rider; and it performs very well if you put that for example on 1.8 Ohm at 3,4 Volt. It's performing very well and in that special case surprize'in maybe longer than the eFest ' one. In a closer look / especially for that price / absolutely nothin' ... Read more

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  • posted bydiverua on 12/01/2012

    Good price, good quality, slow discharge - after one week full charged batteries are still charged - no sign of self-discharge. I don't have appopriate instruments to meashure the actual capacity, but i feel, the batteries are long-lasting. My cree-powered flashlight likes them a lot - it gives bright light on that batteries. Unprotected. No more cons ... Read more

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  • posted byncc74656m on 11/21/2012

    When you need a good pair of Li-Ion batteries, look no further than TrustFire. I have been using these guys for a while with my lightsaber projects, and now in modding my Nerf guns. You can't really go wrong with these things. Cheap, quality, they hold their charge, and they work when you need them to. None come to mind! The 14500's are the sweet spot ... Read more

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  • posted byGskellig on 10/25/2012

    -Cheap as dirt. -Fairly high energy density -Around 4.0V after full charge. Remained around 3.7V for most of its charge. Only declined to ~3.2V when near empty. -Can handle fairly high discharge rate. -Unprotected -Failed after more than a year and at least 40 cycles... For $2.20 per battery it was still worth it in my opinion. -Probably not actually ... Read more

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