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As the topic states I'm looking for a reliable seller/company that sells rechargable cr2 batteries that are 3.6 volt rather than 3 volt (a charger would be nice aswell). The seller must also be accepting creditcards and not only paypal :cryyy:

I've been searching around and I can't find any seller that accepts creditcards. :confused:

Hopefully someone here can help me =). :eek:


Thanks in advance!

Greetz,

- Nicklas
 
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1 cr2 battery is 3.0 volt...

1 cr123 battery is 3.6 i believe....

Their different sizes, heres a pic.



Left: 18650 battery, Middle: cr123, and right: cr2.

hope this helps...!
 

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yup, and I believe they do charge up to 4.2, and explode around 4.4? I can't quite remember.
 

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As the topic states I'm looking for a reliable seller/company that sells rechargable cr2 batteries that are 3.6 volt rather than 3 volt (a charger would be nice aswell). The seller must also be accepting creditcards and not only paypal :cryyy:

I've been searching around and I can't find any seller that accepts creditcards. :confused:

Hopefully someone here can help me =). :eek:


Thanks in advance!

Greetz,

- Nicklas
Here's a source:
RCR2 Unprotected Rechargeable Lithium Battery
 
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Ah, thanks for that info =).

Just a brief question, I'm not very good with volt/amps etc, just a basic idea of it.

* But you said that if you charge the "unprotected" batteries to 4.4 volts they would start leaking? Would I then have to monitor the batteries while they are recharging and check their voltages from time to time?

* I also wonder something about that seller on ebay, 1 dollar / batt sounds rather cheap? Almost too cheap?

Also, tank you Jayrob for that link, much apprechiated. But again, does my first question affect those batteries aswell? =)

Greetz,

- Nicklas
 
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The juice brand are not bad batteries at all, i have bought 100's of them so far and have never gotten a DOA battery, none have exploded or leaked on me either.

I believe they are cheap because they are only around 400mAH in capacity.
and yes, they charge to 4.25 volts.

they also ship from florida which is a huge plus.....the same seller also offers CR123 for the same price.

it's a good buy...just buy an extra set and keep one set charged and ready for when the others run out.
 

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Ah, thanks for that info =).

Just a brief question, I'm not very good with volt/amps etc, just a basic idea of it.

But you said that if you charge the "unprotected" batteries to 4.4 volts they would start leaking? Would I then have to monitor the batteries while they are recharging and check their voltages from time to time?

I also wonder something about that seller on ebay, 1 dollar / batt sounds rather cheap? Almost too cheap?


Greetz,

- Nicklas
The juice batteries work great. If you have a Li-ion battery charger already, it should say on the back that it outputs 4.2V, so you shouldn't have to worry about them being charged up to 4.4V unless there's something wrong with your charger.
 

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Yes, as bryce007 said...

Your charger is only supposed to charge to 4.2 volts. If it charges higher, there may be something wrong with your charger...
 

lasersbee

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I have several 4.2 Volt chargers... It is a good idea to check their actual
our put voltage before using them..
All are around 4.2V-4.4V... but I have one that came from a really cheap
Chinese seller that outputs 4.8 Volts...
That one... I will not use to charge my 3.6V Batteries...

Jerry
 
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Awesome, you learn things every day =).

Thanks alot for this info and links ad fast responce people. I really apprechiate it ;D.

Greetz,
- Nicklas
 




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