Anyone know about these 18650 3.7V 2600MAH batteries?
Li-Ion 18650 3.7V 2600mAh rechargeable battery Flat Top FULLY PROTECTED with PCB Lithium Ion
Seems kinda spendy, just wondering if anyone knew about the life of them... or if they'd even work.
And I'm assuming there still isnt a safe 6.0v option? Can't seem to find anything.
Nevermind, I guess this is they? http://www.batteryjunction.com/4parc390reli.html
Last edited by Wafflestomper; 01-14-2010 at 09:55 AM.
flat top, or button top, either will work with the chucks. I only use the red protected ultrafire 3000mah batts, so i cannot attest to life or to quality.
Originally Posted by Wafflestomper
I have had great success with these.
Based on price, I would hope they might be better quality and more of a true mah rating than the ultrafires, but not sure. Anyone notice if the tenergy's are better than the ultrafires?
Very nice! Thanks. Wife told me she already took the liberty of ordering some of the 2600 as she needed batteries for something else (not even gonna ask what), but I will definately earmark that.
Normally I'd horde batteries, but I'm not really sure what the shelf life for these things are.
What, if any, advantages are there in going with a higher MaH battery? Is there any appreciable difference between 2600 and 30000 MaH batts in the 18650?
I just want to make sure everything is in order when my Chuck gets here. I may even take the day off work when it arrives.
Just the amount of runtime you will get out of them. Both 2600 and 3000 will give at least 2 days of heavy vaping, but the 3000 should last just a little longer. Not really a big deal, but I believe there is a slight difference.
Originally Posted by sans pants
Last edited by raven9mm; 01-15-2010 at 02:48 PM.
ok so im ready to buy a chuck but still dont know much I think im gonna go with the 3.7V 18650 for the battery but not really sure what to do as far as a reliable/easy to use/clean atomizer, Im new to the vapeing community and just need to know what I need for a completely assembled/working Chuck
Originally Posted by m0n0xidEchild
Well, you of course need a Chuck, batteries, and the atomizer and cartridges you want to use. What atty type you order on your Chuck, will determine what atty you use. I chose a 510 since I have 510 attys and adapters to use cartomizers and 901 attys, which I also have.
Last edited by Wafflestomper; 01-21-2010 at 10:29 AM.
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