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RE: battery 18650
http://www.jacvapour.com/e-cig-batteries...-batteries
30Q 20A 3000mAh IMR18650 £4.05
and the
25R 20A 2500mAh INR18650 are still £2.93
also use Code POTV15 for 15% off

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RE: battery 18650
(13/01/18 03:49 PM)lucifah Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:47 PM)Kenneth Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:26 PM)nisam Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:13 PM)lucifah Wrote:  Don't buy rewraps. There are exactly four manufacturers of 18650 batteries in the world: Samsung, Sony, LG, Sanyo/Panasonic. Everything else is rewrapped and marketed with misleading or exaggerated specs to flog them to gullible buyers.
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Didn't Aspire set up their own small plant to make batteries?

Yes, they make their own batteries.

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It was briefly shown in Phil Busardo's tour of the aspire factory.
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RE: battery 18650
I feel sorry for the 50 who bought them.

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RE: battery 18650
(13/01/18 03:49 PM)lucifah Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:47 PM)Kenneth Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:26 PM)nisam Wrote:  
(13/01/18 02:13 PM)lucifah Wrote:  Don't buy rewraps. There are exactly four manufacturers of 18650 batteries in the world: Samsung, Sony, LG, Sanyo/Panasonic. Everything else is rewrapped and marketed with misleading or exaggerated specs to flog them to gullible buyers.
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Didn't Aspire set up their own small plant to make batteries?

Yes, they make their own batteries.

Learned something new. Cheers. Smiling

It's a small facility, but they're produced in house. I'd be very surprised if there aren't a large number of other producers, but certainly those you mention would be the mainstay for our purposes.
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RE: battery 18650
world record 42000mAh claim....
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