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#1 (permalink)      3/20/2015 1:55:49 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Jakeey
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good for mech mods?
I've heard that you're not suppose to use "unprotected" batteries but idk, I will use these in my mechmod and IPV mini 2, and maybe some other things in the future, am I fine?
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If you build coils within a suitable range then this is a great cell, yes.

What they say is that you should use unprotected IMR cells (lithium manganese).
#3 (permalink)      3/20/2015 2:28:47 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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i'm used it too, 18650 3.7V 2600mAh with 40A. any suggestion for this battery?
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From specifications this batteries ar fine for mech mods, but i get the sony konion in germany for the same price, so i use them.
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NoNeck wrote:

If you build coils within a suitable range then this is a great cell, yes.

What they say is that you should use unprotected IMR cells (lithium manganese).


Aight, I'm going max down to .25 ohms so I'm fine :) thanks for the answer, and I've got a i2 charger, is it fine?

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Jakeey wrote:

NoNeck wrote:
If you build coils within a suitable range then this is a great cell, yes.

What they say is that you should use unprotected IMR cells (lithium manganese).
Aight, I'm going max down to .25 ohms so I'm fine :) thanks for the answer, and I've got a i2 charger, is it fine?


Absolutely.

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I've had a pair of these from a UK site for a week for basically the same price and they seem good, easily last twice as long as my VTC3 and only have a slightly higher amount of voltage sag, -0.3Vish vs -0.2Vish on a 0.25 ohm coil.

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These are some great batteries. Got them at a local shop a few weeks ago and they are great. Blow away the Vtc's.
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These are some great batteries. Got them at a local shop a few weeks ago and they are great. Blow away the Vtc's.
#10 (permalink)      3/20/2015 11:46:36 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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These are some great batteries. Got them at a local shop a few weeks ago and they are great. Blow away the Vtc's.
#11 (permalink)      3/20/2015 11:46:37 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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These are some great batteries. Got them at a local shop a few weeks ago and they are great. Blow away the Vtc's.