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  • posted byjchdez on 11/24/2014

    Pros: Son increible,s tienen una duración enorme y un tiempo de carga mas que aceptable, de momento no he notado una bajada de prestaciones y la utilizo en una linterna de 900 lm. Realmente recomendable. Cons: Pocas, la verdad,

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  • posted byMJdub on 10/03/2014

    I haven't done any testing on these but they seem to be working great. I got two packs and all four batteries work fine. I just needed some cheap 14500 batteries to power something and these are working nicely.


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  • posted bydusan.belica on 01/03/2013

    after charging they hold a long time. i used them in flashlight instead of 3x AAA batteries and i looks so, the light is stronger (or AAA were weak :) ) i also use them in electronic screwdriver. i didn´t found any cons yet. Maybe only some of them came uncharged.. Size of them is like AA, a... Read more

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  • posted byRedwingsDK on 05/09/2011

    Cheap Reliable They Came charged Positive terminal of both batteries are completely crooked In my opinion the TrustFire Protected 14500 3.7V 900mAh Lithium Batteries (2-Pack Blue) SKU 19626 is a better bargain. The build quality seems much better at least the finish is much better! I guess in a I... Read more

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  • posted bymissionaryman on 01/27/2010

    These are great protected cells I think the stated capacity is pretty accurate Hold voltage well under load Size is pretty close to a regular AA Nipple tip so no need for magnets Protection circuit works Plastic wrapping is a bit "how ya going" in places with PCB's not exactly parallel They are -... Read more

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  • posted bylasermanathome on 10/10/2009

    For inventers who uses existing housing (for example flashlights)for their project is this an ideal product. With a few batteries 7.4-8V and with only 3 about 12VDC. Home made NV equipement can now be powered with only one AA size recharable. No energyloss when not in use, the big trouble with in... Read more

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  • posted byPedroExtreme on 02/28/2009

    Works well in my "UltraFire C3 Cree 1xAA 1x14500 Flashlight" (SKU 1993) and my "Akoray Cree Q5-WC 6-Mode Memory 200-Lumen LED Flashlight with Clip (1*AA/1*14500)" (SKU 16607) giving both lights a very bright light. Seems a little thicker compared to standard AA cells, and a is... Read more

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  • posted bygearhead on 11/27/2008

    These protected cells work excellent in the Ultrafire SS Q5 that only runs on the lion batteries. Runtime on high has been over two hours and the light is still very usable. Not the hot beam at the beggining of the test but still brighter than a fully charged mini maglite. Great price for 2. No... Read more

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  • posted byBernilupi on 08/04/2008

    Its the most common size of battery you can find everywhere. Just be sure your device accept this voltage. Fit perfectly in most AA batteries flashlights. The positive pole sometimes dont make contact. Plastic around the battery breaks easily. Despite the cons, the battery works Properly and last... Read more

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  • posted byscopeguy20 on 07/16/2008

    Seem like they are good batteries. I prefer protected batts. It has a flange that is not quite round and sticks out so I think they don't work in my units. Didn't fit in my Romisen, well they looked like they fit, but when I close it up they don't work. I think the Neg end is too large it has a I... Read more

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