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#11 (permalink)      3/24/2016 11:29:50 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hi Nailseayts, I can see indeed the plastic, or wrap you say, is damaged.
Is there a problem if I should remove the whole wrap?
And if so: why?
And why should I have to re-wrap this battery, if I understand correct if that is what you're suggesting?
(I have no clou howto re-wrap, and I was not planning this either..)
#12 (permalink)      3/24/2016 11:43:37 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The plastic wrap is to protect to cell from going bang. If it comes in contact with metal, like the shell of your power bank, it could short and get very hot and go poof! I dont know what chemistry those are but i doubt they will explode!

You should re wrap cells with new plastic to help prevent them going poof! The damage dont look to bad but i would re wrap it to be safe.

They are easy to re wrap, you just need a new wrapper SKU 2157405 and a hair drier!

As for trying to shove them back in that power bank, they are too long and you will just damage them again

Edited on 3/24/2016 at 11:44 AM. Reason:
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#13 (permalink)      3/24/2016 12:20:49 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ok... I think I do understand your point very well.
Thank you very much for your concern, advice and SKU.
The battery I would go to use as mine has some damage as seen, but the battery, used for the black one is still intact: so that is the one we will use untill the wraps (thnxz!) will arrive overhere :-)
I thought this wrapping would be much worse work, but now I have seen these, ready good size, I think it is something I can do fine myself indeed, and from that point, when wrapped again: I will only re-load this damaged, new wrapped battery iIN THE CASE by usb, and close the gold tube definite with something creative.
Thank you very much Nailseayts!

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Maybe look for a Soshine E4 power bank, there about $11 and will take 2 18650's

Edited on 3/24/2016 at 2:42 PM. Reason:
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FWIW I had a soshine E4 and it was an excellent piece of kit until it stopped working after a month or so... I've had good experience since with a Miller ML202, seems very rugged
#16 (permalink)      3/25/2016 6:39:54 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thank you both very much for your advises: I'll think about them.
(for now, the combi in/with the black case works fine)

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