HG2 3000mAh 18650 Li-ion Battery £15.20 @ GearBest - HotUKDeals
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HG2 3000mAh 18650 Li-ion Battery £15.20 @ GearBest

£15.20 @ GearBest
With a capacity of 3000mAh and max 20A continuous discharge, this is an absolutely excellent cell for anyone seeking a versatile battery.
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
With a capacity of 3000mAh and max 20A continuous discharge, this is an absolutely excellent cell for anyone seeking a versatile battery.
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
careful if considering this for use in vw/vv mod (for vaping) - you should ideally be looking at something with 35A continuous discharge.
#2
dotnetter
careful if considering this for use in vw/vv mod (for vaping) - you should ideally be looking at something with 35A continuous discharge.


​Can you give me examples of which batteries I should go for for my Mod? Many thanks
1 Like #3
I recently bought 2 x Efest 3000mah 35A continuous discharge batteries on Amazon UK (with Prime - next day) for around £15 - not saying these batteries are bad, just suggesting you check what you intend on using them for before purchase.
#4
These seem good for me. Only vape around 1 ohm. My sub-ohm days are well gone.
#5
Hassann
dotnetter
careful if considering this for use in vw/vv mod (for vaping) - you should ideally be looking at something with 35A continuous discharge.


​Can you give me examples of which batteries I should go for for my Mod? Many thanks


​See my comment - for what it's worth, I've been vaping for 3 years and so have gone through various mods etc. I currently use an Eleaf iStick pico with 0.4ohm temp heads - I run at around 41W - I'm a heavy user and the Efest batteries last me from 8am until 9pm.
#6
These last for 2 days in my Wismec
#7
gap30
These last for 2 days in my Wismec

RX200s?
1 Like #8
dotnetter
Hassann
dotnetter
careful if considering this for use in vw/vv mod (for vaping) - you should ideally be looking at something with 35A continuous discharge.


​Can you give me examples of which batteries I should go for for my Mod? Many thanks


​See my comment - for what it's worth, I've been vaping for 3 years and so have gone through various mods etc. I currently use an Eleaf iStick pico with 0.4ohm temp heads - I run at around 41W - I'm a heavy user and the Efest batteries last me from 8am until 9pm.


Efest batteries on amzon I use.
#9
Hiltron09
gap30
These last for 2 days in my Wismec
RX200s?

The newest one paired with a ijoy tornado nano using two batteries
#10
dotnetter
I recently bought 2 x Efest 3000mah 35A continuous discharge batteries on Amazon UK (with Prime - next day) for around £15 - not saying these batteries are bad, just suggesting you check what you intend on using them for before purchase.


​just paid 13 quid for 2 on Amazon.
#11
Hassann
dotnetter
careful if considering this for use in vw/vv mod (for vaping) - you should ideally be looking at something with 35A continuous discharge.
​Can you give me examples of which batteries I should go for for my Mod? Many thanks

Noting dotnetter's comments, the efest is a good shout and widely available, but note that it's actual performance is closer to a 30 amp battery (unless you're really going to push the amps over 30 then i'd still say it is still a solid choice)

If you were looking for 35 amp vaping then something more like the Samsung 30Q would be better, although I have both and the performance difference is negligible under normal use (_;)
#12
I wouldn't touch Efest after their history, you never know what is under their wrapping
I would suggest Samsung 25R or 30Q (if you need the higher Amps)

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