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    Default Imr 14500

    Isaac will you or do you carry these yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiskey View Post
    Isaac will you or do you carry these yet?
    Hey Whiskey! You changed your photo!
    We will the moment they're finished. I believe there's only a few weeks away before they are completed in production.

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    Thanks Isaac...LOL I'm always Fiddling with my avatar

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    Any update for the Imr 14500's?

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    Yes maa'm!
    4 days ago on the 25th, he said in about 10 days, they'll be completed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iken View Post
    Yes maa'm!
    4 days ago on the 25th, he said in about 10 days, they'll be completed
    Hey Isaac,

    Who is making these batts? Is it AW? Thanks.
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    I do believe so, see post #9

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiskey View Post
    Any update for the Imr 14500's?
    Quote Originally Posted by Iken View Post
    Yes maa'm!
    4 days ago on the 25th, he said in about 10 days, they'll be completed
    Nice. If the 16340 HD ones, that I just placed an order for, make as big a difference as I'm told then I'm sure I'll be looking to grab a couple 14500 ones too so it will be nice to be able to get them from you.

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    Ok curiousity questions for the battery experts... this is pertaining to the AW 10440 batteries. Some are marked LIR and some are marked ICR. What does the LIR and ICR stand for? There doesn't seem to be any difference in the batteries at all, but I was just curious what the letters mean if anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WitchWay View Post
    Ok curiousity questions for the battery experts... this is pertaining to the AW 10440 batteries. Some are marked LIR and some are marked ICR. What does the LIR and ICR stand for? There doesn't seem to be any difference in the batteries at all, but I was just curious what the letters mean if anything.


    Thanks in advance!!! Happy Vaping!!!
    "ICR" definitely refers to the cobalt oxide chemistry, see the battery university. I've think I've seen "LIR" used as a generic acronym for "Lithium-Ion rechargeable" without really indicating a particular chemistry?

    From... What does IMR stand for/mean? - CandlePowerForums
    It's a code used by the battery manufacturers for designating different kinds of lithium ion cell.

    As far as I can understand it (doubtless someone can correct the details if they are wrong), it goes like this:

    I = lithium ion
    C/M/F = cobalt/manganese/iron phosphate chemistry
    R = rechargeable(?)

    Therefore,

    ICR 18650 = lithium cobalt oxide (traditional) cylindrical cell
    IMR 18650 = lithium manganese oxide cylindrical cell
    IFR 18650 = lithium iron phosphate cylindrical cell

    all of which are rechargeable lithium ion cells 18 mm diameter by 65 mm long, and each of which has different voltages and electrical properties.

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