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  • posted byHippoboy on 12/10/2012

    Recieved the batteries in working order, fit my torchligh prefectly well. No issues with the size as the description of the product fits what it says. Charge it for several times, still in good condition. Comes in a box and is nicely packed. Currently I do not see any defects and problems with the batteries. Generally a good price for it batteries. ... Read more

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  • posted byStupendousMan on 11/21/2011

    Cheapest 16340 here? Yet quite good. Mine came in nice plastic boxes, that look exactly like sku.18074 . A very welcome surprise. Fit everything they are supposed to fit, unlike many others here. I ordered three 4-packs, and all batteries work fine. They came half empty. Or half full, for you optimists. Anyway, it's a bit of a chore to charge a bunch ... Read more

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  • posted byfightnut on 10/05/2011

    These are just a batteries so I don't have much to say about them, they do the job I bought them for, but I did want to mention that mine came in a plastic case which was unexpected, but appreciated! You can never have too many of those cases. No cons as of now. The only con I can see is that I will now be looking at more flashlights that use these ... Read more

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  • posted bydarkfad on 02/17/2011

    Cheapest option battery size 16340. They have a big advantage: Their size is the size of normal batteries, CR123. Confuses claimed capacity, but not testing them on special equipment is difficult to judge. I bought them specifically for the flashlight Fenix TK10, it put the batteries of such size. Possible to check the time of their capacity, I will ... Read more

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  • posted byLeodahsan on 11/08/2010

    - Very cheap! - good looking cells - +- quality - Lithium (no memory effect) - rechargeable lol - 3.6V ! - all works - don't charge up to 4.2volts, as written on cells. tried with 4.2CV 175CC, and with 4.2CV 300CC. both charges up to 3.72/3.73 volts. - at 3.7volts, dims at my laser. :( - one had the external label somehow thicker than normal, so it ... Read more

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  • posted byMarcinn70 on 08/24/2010

    Great batteries - the cheapest RCR123 - good looking - good quality - each work - li-ion - rechargeable I use them in a few rebuilt flashlights (3 * AAA) runtime is much longer than the 3 * AAA and is brighter light no cons! This price does not allow me to. They arrived safely and were not damaged. I haven't tested the runtime on these things just yet,... Read more

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  • posted bytesting12345678 on 02/25/2009

    These are the cheapest RCR123 batteries you can find anywhere. The price is amazing considering that they are shipped all the way from Hong Kong. The batteries are good looking and the heatshrink is also of good quality. The batteries are marked as 1000mah whereas I have tested them to ~500mah They don't handle current draw of more than 1A well and ... Read more

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  • posted byPeterlm on 11/21/2008

    Back to purchase more of these value for money cells. They're cheap and affordable, so keeping spares for emergency use is a great idea. External quality looks similar to the previous batches that I bought. Am charging them now to test them out later. None for this price. Will keep buying these. Have been sharing with friends and run out fast when they ... Read more

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  • posted byakg7091 on 08/08/2008

    Well, none has died or exploded on me, so that's a big plus. On a more serious note, these are unprotected batteries and require a lot of care to be used to their maximum potential. The capacity I have measured is around 500mah The batteries have held a current of around 2A with ease, but do heat up quite a bit. The batteries are quite decent in all ... Read more

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  • posted byPeterlm on 06/03/2008

    This time around I ordered two packs of these batteries and received the 880mA version whereas I received the 1000mAh ones earlier on. The 1000mAh versions were grossly mislabelled as they were lasted only 25 minutes powering the 9V Xenon of SKU903 while my true 600mAh 16340s lasted 30 minutes on a full charge meaning the 100mAh units were probably ... Read more

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