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#1 (permalink)      1/19/2016 5:02:28 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Are these good for eleaf istick 100w?
Are these panasonic batteries good for eleaf istick 100w?
#2 (permalink)      1/19/2016 5:07:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hello no, they are only rated for 6.8amps. Get something rated 20amp or up.
#3 (permalink)      1/19/2016 5:09:53 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You're gonna probably want something like SKU 2706700. Only about a dollar more and should handle the load just fine.
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No.

Get 25Rs, 30Qs, HG2s or VTC4s.
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Nija'd .... :)

I would say no ..... because they contain Cobalt which makes them a less safe chemistry than other available batteries.


Suggestions :-

Samsung 30Q's - SKU 2363400

Samsung 25R's - SKU 2706700

LG HG2's - SKU 2535100

Cheers :)

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Samsung 30Q
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Thank you im gonna order sony vtc4's
#8 (permalink)      1/19/2016 5:37:40 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The most expensive option isn't always the best one. Neither is the cheapest.

What wattage do you normally vape at?

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30-70 watts
#10 (permalink)      1/19/2016 5:53:04 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I lol'd, looking at the time stamps ...... :D

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Eskelinen wrote:

30-70 watts


If you're not intending to push max watts (100W) on it all day every day, I'd seriously consider the 30Q cells if I were you.

The manufacturer rates them 15A continuous, but aftermarket testers agree they are very conservatively rated by Samsung and are well capable of 20A continuous, more than enough for a pair in parallel to handle even 100W in an iStick 100W.

That said, at 30-70W you won't even be abusing them, IMO, just a normal day at work, and you'll get the added bonus of 3000mAh per cell, vs the 2100mAh of a pair of vtc4 cells.

They are likely the best possible choice for an iStick 100W, IMHO.


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