Mooch LOVES this cell. He rates it at 31A, very close to the quoted 35A, and true capacity too!
Grab yours today for the sickest Aegis filler ever.
- Size: 26mm x 65mm
- Constant Current: 35A
- Nominal Voltage: 3.7V
- Discharging cut-off voltage: 2.75V
- Charging temperature: 0 - 45 Celsius
- Discharging temperature:-20 - 60 Celsius
- Storage temperature: -20 - 50 Celsius
Unless otherwise specified, price is for a single cell.
Labelling: 18650 batteries sometimes come with a small white sticker, this is used in international shipping declarations by battery wholesalers and can be removed. Battery-specific model numbers are printed directly onto the plastic wrap by the manufacturer.
Shipping: Please note that due to aviation safety regulations lithium batteries cannot be sent via Australia Post Express, as such any order containing this item will be dispatched via regular parcel post (2-7 days).
Battery Safety: Vapoureyes chooses its suppliers very carefully: we partner with reputable, reliable companies like Samsung, LG, Sony, and Panasonic, and the batteries we sell are the same ones we use ourselves. However, all rechargable batteries, regardless of where they come from, require responsible usage. Incorrect handling can lead to damaged hardware or serious injury.
Before using any rechargable battery, make sure you understand the risks and take proper precautions. Never leave charging batteries unattended, and always place the charging device on a stable fire-proof surface. Do not use any battery or battery charger that is damaged in any way, whether that damage is visible or internal. Always transport batteries in a non-conductive container, and ensure that batteries can't come in contact with each other. Dispose of batteries in a safe and responsible manner. Contact your local council to find out what programs are in place to help you dispose of your batteries.
Major Vapour will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, whether permanent or temporary, that may be caused by the improper use of batteries. It is your responsibility as an adult to understand what you're doing, and to not do silly things.