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Are these compatible with surefire lights? The LiFePO4 say they aren't compatible, but are these LiPos going to function properly? Sep 28, 2014
I use this charge device and rechargable batteries that it was supplied with for all three of my Surefire lights. The charger works fine, recharges quickly and lasts for quite a while after charged, as long as commercial purchased batteries.
Why wouldn't it?
I do not recommend these batteries. They deliver more than 3.6 volts under load and more than 4.00 in open load. They are unpredictable, they do not hold charge after a few cicles, and if you use two of them like in series, one will hold charge longer than the other. I don't know why they sell them as 3.00 volts. Bad bad :-(
does the charger work for AA/AAA batteries as well? Aug 13, 2014
Some of my batteries work better than others, but they all suddenly quit giving a very dimm light. These batteries have a voltage regulator that cuts bellow certain voltage (3.2 v). Their regular voltage is not 3 volts but more than 3.6 up to 4.1 v. What kind of voltage regulator they have? Just to cut below certain voltage. I don't think these are good batteries for electronic devices. At least those that require 3 volts. Bad bad.
Will these fit in an gander mtn. 350 lumen flashlight? It uses cr123a batteries. Thanks in advance. Feb 10, 2014
Yes, they are like any cr123a batteries. They seem to hold a very good charge and are worth having. The charger works great too.
They should work just fine and give you about an hour of working time before needing to be replaced with a freshly charged set.
They will work, I use them in all my tac lightS. They don't last as long, so you gotta charge them often, and here and there the batteries will stop working. I've got about 10 I've been cycling over the past 5 year and maybe 4 of them went out. In the long run they are woth it, they save a lot compared to buying cr123A all the time.