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#31 (permalink)      8/28/2018 10:13:18 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ok, after all that. Would someone have a SKU from here for some good ones? (20/ 21700)
#32 (permalink)      8/28/2018 10:30:34 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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IJoy....."styled" batteries.....of your choice
I'm out.....have some fun. Eh?
#33 (permalink)      8/28/2018 1:23:21 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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cilika wrote:

Ok, after all that. Would someone have a SKU from here for some good ones? (20/ 21700)




Can give you a couple sku and some guessing, as vapcell sold out Sanyo 20700A rewraps and is selling underated. Some still can be found but not here, dutch shop, so:


- 21700 for mechs SKU 9641039 (Samsung 30t)

- 21700 for regulated SKU 9657741 (Samsung 40t)

- 20650 for mechs SKU 9641206 (Don't know brand, but they perform)


20700s.

Right now, good cells you can find

- Enercig EC-27HC 20700 2950mAh - 35A (Performs, recommend)

- Sanyo 20700A - Better than any other 20700

- Sanyo 20700C - Better Tham 20700A

- Ijoy 20700 for mechs/regulated SKU 7559900 (5 legs only, 4 legs poor performer, confirm with CS)


Can't vouch for the other 20700s right now. Looking at price and specs, SKU 9657738 looks like a quality core rewrap, my guess

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Thanks a lot Bikendi! I'll check it out on that place.
#35 (permalink)      8/28/2018 2:23:23 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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YW Cilika☺
#36 (permalink)      8/28/2018 7:12:11 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Now I know who Mooch is. The best two online cell suppliers in the UK use Mooches ratings over the manufacturers rating when appropriate. Seems like a man on a mission, rather than wanting to be a YT star. Angry about a duff cell is good, the guy has a passion.

Never mind the dodgy cap, he could wear a dress for all I care.
#37 (permalink)      8/28/2018 7:35:55 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Bikendi wrote:

cilika wrote:

Ok, after all that. Would someone have a SKU from here for some good ones? (20/ 21700)



Can give you a couple sku and some guessing, as vapcell sold out Sanyo 20700A rewraps and is selling underated. Some still can be found but not here, dutch shop, so:

- 21700 for mechs SKU 9641039 (Samsung 30t)

- 21700 for regulated SKU 9657741 (Samsung 40t)

- 20650 for mechs SKU 9641206 (Don't know brand, but they perform)

20700s.

Right now, good cells you can find

- Enercig EC-27HC 20700 2950mAh - 35A (Performs, recommend)

- Sanyo 20700A - Better than any other 20700

- Sanyo 20700C - Better Tham 20700A

- Ijoy 20700 for mechs/regulated SKU 7559900 (5 legs only, 4 legs poor performer, confirm with CS)

Can't vouch for the other 20700s right now. Looking at price and specs, SKU 9657738 looks like a quality core rewrap, my guess



Thanks for this, the Sigelei re-wrapped whatever they provided with the Fuchai Squonk are pretty bad. It can use 21700, 20700, and 18650 batts.

So then, the Enercig EC-27HC 20700 2950mAh 35A would be good mainly for battery life? I'm not worried much about amps.


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Bikendi wrote:


Can give you a couple sku and some guessing, as vapcell sold out Sanyo 20700A rewraps and is selling underated. Some still can be found but not here, dutch shop, so:


- 21700 for mechs SKU 9641039 (Samsung 30t)

- 21700 for regulated SKU 9657741 (Samsung 40t)(Sony 21700 VTC6A)
The Samsung 40T is a little better than this Sony but both are excellent.
- 20650 for mechs SKU 9641206 (Don't know brand, but they perform)(Sanyo NCR20650A)


20700s.

Right now, good cells you can find

- Enercig EC-27HC 20700 2950mAh - 35A (Performs, recommend)

- Sanyo 20700A - Better than any other 20700 Vapcell rewrapSKU 9641045

- Sanyo 2070C - Better than 20700A Vapcell rewrapSKU 9657735

- Ijoy 20700 for mechs/regulated SKU 7559900 (5 legs only, 4 legs poor performer, confirm with CS)


Can't vouch for the other 20700s right now. Looking at price and specs, SKU 9657738(LG H30) looks like a quality core rewrap, my guess



cilika wrote:
Ok, after all that. Would someone have a SKU from here for some good ones? (20/ 21700)



That all depends on how you use the batteries. There are more great options in 21700s beyond my corrections above it just depends on use.


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#40 (permalink)      8/29/2018 7:32:19 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hi there Whizzo.
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Two feet full of shit. Been there with a puppy. Stand in one, ARRGH. Step back right in to another one.

FT dropped the ball with not shipping cells to the UK. Found a couple of good vendors in the UK with comprable prices. Proactive too, pushing for printed codes on cells so that you can go online and view the specs from the batch of cells you have bought, rather than just the blanket manufacturers specs.