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- May 4, 2018
Unfortunately there aren't many choices for 26350. I buy most of my batteries in general from mtnelectronics as you linked as they are a trustworthy seller. I haven't used the 26350 in any lasers but I use them for flashlights with no issues so They should be fine for some lasers.
That's why I was asking if 2 will fit in the s11 as they're 2000mAh vs 700 mAh for the 18350.Hi Red
That’s new to me thanks for clarifying that
I guess he was correct about them
Do you think they would work being that they at 350mm long that would mean longer fun time between charges if so that would be great for a NDG7475 or 03 build with a copper sink
Yup, they are not listed with a crazy mAh rating which is always a good sign.
Red, I just purchased 2 from a place here in the states in Vancouver , they should be great in an M11 host for a higher power 520 copper sink.Yes also found these that look good. Could use 3 in series for bigger builds and keep the host shorter.
I had seen the plain 26350 before on ebay but because there was only the one brand I didn't follow up but these appear to be high drain and could be useful.
Great thanks didn't see that let me know, I just checked why they are 39mm might be because of the internal protection board inside the battery. Thats the only thing I can think of. even if they are a tat longer I can still use a shorter spring the make up the space.Looking at those imalent wrapped cells at the bottom it says 26 x 39mm which could mean it has a protection board, will find out.
It really depends on what you're using it for. If you're using it for vaping it will probably blow up. If you're using it for a laser or flashlight drawing less than 4A it's fine.Yup, they are not listed with a crazy mAh rating which is always a good sign.
2000 mAh seems legit but not sure of the I think 6A discharge rate? is that bad?