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2x Panasonic 3.7v 3400Mah 18650 batteries - £9.61 (Prime) / £13.96 (non Prime) @ Amazon
2x Panasonic 3.7v 3400Mah 18650 batteries - £9.61 (Prime) / £13.96 (non Prime) @ Amazon

2x Panasonic 3.7v 3400Mah 18650 batteries - £9.61 (Prime) / £13.96 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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A Pair of high capacity 3400 mAh branded 18650 batteries for under a tenner, including a storage case.

Free delivery If you have Prime

Great long life batteries for Vaping/Torches etc..(you will know If your device needs this sized battery)

Been using these batteries myself for a few months and can vouch for the battery life. Last a good couple of days in my eLeaf PICO

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good chance they are fake, seen a few people buying the 3400mah, only to find out they are either 2200 or 2800.

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I'd be surprised if those sold by Amazon themselves are fakes. Trouble is Amazon reviews bunch together all the reviews for the product, those sold by Amazon and those sold by 3rd parties.
The ones I have been using for the last few months are great batteries, long lasting and good gradual power drain.
Edited by: "Uridium" 22nd Sep 2016

I have just bought 4 high powered ones from china. take a little longer but worth it.

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Python5

I have just bought 4 high powered ones from china. take a little longer … I have just bought 4 high powered ones from china. take a little longer but worth it.



Yes you can usually get these cheaper in about 3-4 weeks from China. But these are shipped next day free If you have a Prime and personally I feel more comfortable buying high capacity Li-ion batteries from a retailer like Amazon...(we all know batteries like these do carry a risk)
Do you have a link for comparison?


Edited by: "Uridium" 22nd Sep 2016

im not saying its a bad deal, i got some 9000+mAH for my XML Cree's.

i want higher than 3400mAH unfortunately :-)

Uridium

I'd be surprised if those sold by Amazon themselves are fakes. Trouble is … I'd be surprised if those sold by Amazon themselves are fakes. Trouble is Amazon reviews bunch together all the reviews for the product, those sold by Amazon and those sold by 3rd parties.The ones I have been using for the last few months are great batteries, long lasting and good gradual power drain.


It looks like Amazon do sell fake items themselves. Read the reviews and QA's here


amazon.co.uk/SAM…OA4



Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 22nd Sep 2016

thanks op. worth a go. I've got prime, never had problems with anything being fake and I buy my coils from amazon. good taste BTW... I have a pico too!

Derek_Duval

It looks like Amazon do sell fake items themselves. Read the reviews and … It looks like Amazon do sell fake items themselves. Read the reviews and QA's herehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/SAMSUNG-Super-Mains-Charger-Galaxy/dp/B00ZIEKOA4



​got those as well unfortunately..after few months are so unstable..wouldn't recommend at all. and there's no Panasonic branding on them either.. go for Samsung or LG at least..

Python5

im not saying its a bad deal, i got some 9000+mAH for my XML Cree's.i … im not saying its a bad deal, i got some 9000+mAH for my XML Cree's.i want higher than 3400mAH unfortunately :-)



​If you bought 18650 cells they will not be 9AH. They may have a label on them that says that but they will be between 2 and 3 AH, and they will probably be used.

You can get cheaper 18650's on eBay that are bench tested and proven the man. A lot of suppliers state the capacity but under a load they are a lot less.
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