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WorthTrust 2 x UltraFire 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Battery + Charger

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  • - 8 PCS GOOD 18650 3.7V 5000mAh Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
  • - Low discharge rate, no memory effect
  • - Over charge and discharge protectin
  • - Short-circuit and over current protection & Environment friendly
  • - Widely used on torch, laser pointer, as emergency lighting and other portable devices
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  • Brand Name: Ultrafire
  • Model Number: 18650L
  • Battery Description: battery_type_lithium_ion
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
  • Item Package Quantity: 8

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INFORMATION - 8 PCS GOOD 18650 3.7V 5000mAh Li-ion Rechargeable Battery - Low discharge rate, no memory effect - Over charge and discharge protectin - Short-circuit and over current protection & Environment friendly - Widely used on torch, laser pointer, as emergency lighting and other portable devices Specification: Quality: (8pcs ) Material: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 3.7V Capacity: 5000mAh Size: 66x18mm CONTAINS 8 PCS 18650 Rechargeable Battery

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Technical Details
Part Number 18650
Item Weight1.4 ounces
Product Dimensions0.7 x 2.6 inches
OriginChina
Item model number18650L
Batteries:2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Sizeonly Batteries
Colorother
Pattern4Pcs 3600mAh and A Charger
Power SourceRechargeable
Voltage3.7 volts
Item Package Quantity8
Usagepersonal
Batteries Included?Yes
Battery Cell TypeLithium Ion
Description Pilebattery_type_lithium_ion
  
Additional Information
ASINB008ASQ2S8
Best Sellers Rank #5,361 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 20, 2012
  
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By So long and thanks for all the fish. on January 10, 2013
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I have tested this battery as pictured in a "1600 lumen" and a "3800 lumen" flashlight, compared alongside Ultrafire batteries several times. They last approximately less than HALF as long as the 3000mAh Ultrafires, and cause flashlights to randomly change modes spontaneously as they discharge.

This lead me to research and find a website with an expert who reviewed a similarly marked blue "5000mAh" battery set and warns not to use these in double cell lights since they discharge at an uneven rate, he says its: "very bad idea to use them in series with high power lights"! For more info and the review (he seems to have done lots of good work here): www dot lygte hyphen info dot dk you will find actual tests for 2012 of over 4 dozen 18650 batteries.

I purchased this battery pictured in the 4 battery plus charger configuration and they are nowhere near 5000mAh as advertised, and the seller's response to this issue was basically "I'm sorry but that's how the factory marked them" and offered to send me more, not refund my money. I'm posting this on the blue battery offers printed "GOOD 18650 5000mAh 3.7V" to warn others: the ones I got are not likely 5000 mAh in TOTAL with 4 together.

*UPDATE: I purchased 3400mAh Orbtronic protected batteries and tested them against these twice, run time of 1hr 21 and 1hr 23 mins vs 18 and 16 mins run of these "5000mAh" batteries in the same flashlight. They are worse than I estimated: 740mAh approximately and after two recharges they are down to running the light for 12 mins = approx 500mAh! 1/10th of advertised!
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By joshua johnson on February 19, 2014
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Claims "5000 mah", but actually meters out at 2200 mah. Horrible product! Buy anything else! Doesn't maintain 3.7v for even half the battery life! Buy anything but ultrafire. The charger is a joke, it shows fully charged when the battery isnt close to charged. Hopefully they will read this and die of shame, but I doubt it. Im sure the are aware of exactly how inferior and misrepresented their product is, they just dont care.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By MGB on September 7, 2013
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These are everywhere now. There are literally hundreds of listings on amazon and the bay with these chargers and batteries for sale. UltraFire batteries are primarily made with factory seconds, or used recycled cells from laptop battery packs. Did you ever wonder what happens to that old laptop you discarded as eWaste? Well, they go to China where thousands of Chinese disassemble them and then sell us the old parts back in shiny new labels. I'm not making this up; this is serious business!

This method of "recycling" is underhanded, and down right dangerous. These cell are most likely not from the same batch, or rated the same. They may be close to the end of their life cycle, meaning you may get 1 battery that is good, and another that is weak. What all of this means to you, is your flashlight will not work as long as you expect it to, the cells could overheat during use, or during charging. There have been many reports of fires caused by these types of batteries.

UltraFire does NOT make any batteries over 3000mah, which is a good indication that the UltraFire batteries you are looking at are knock-offs, and are most likely made using lower quality cells than even the real UltraFire batteries. If you disassemble these cells and remove the end caps, you will most likely see evidence of the removed solder tabs that held them in series within the old laptop battery pack.

The charger is another thing altogether, and should not be left unattended at any time. I disassembled mine, and it's a basic, as cheap as they could possibly make it, who cares if it burns someones house down piece of junk like 90% of all generic China made electronics. The box has many regulatory, and safety markings on it, but after looking inside; I know these charger have never seen a safety lab.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Stanislav S. Selitsky on February 2, 2014
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As many other customers noticed, this is solely chines fake product. Nothing even close to marked 5000mah and very short self discharge time. None of brand 18650 may today have capacity above 3000mah and it must be Japan made. The price of brand batteries is around $8 ea. Don't be fulled by low price of the fake ones.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amy on August 5, 2013
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I'm in total agreement with a previous reviewer, that found the mAh rating of these batteries was 1/10 of that listed on the wrapper.

I tested six new "GOOD 18650 5000 mAh 3.7V" batteries, that were removed from shrink wrap, under the following conditions. Each battery was fully charged and measured 4.2 volts, then placed in a tester, with the load current set at 500 mAh. When the voltage reached 3 volts, the test was terminated. The best battery in the lot produced 615 mAh during the test. Most were close to 500 mAh, with the worst being 509 mAh, or roughly 1/10 of the rating on the battery wrapper. Those selling these batteries as capable of 5000 mAh, are committing fraud. I would classify these batteries as junk.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SciroccoTDI on February 11, 2014
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There isn't much more to be said, the charger is junk, the batteries are 1000 mah if that....completely bogus product.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Lincoln on June 27, 2013
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I purchased this for a Silver Bullet ecig mod. Before using I charged both batteries fully. All I got out of each battery was a trickle of power. Awful! if you need a battery for a flashlight or something, it might be okay. You'd probably get a weaker beam but it might be worth saving a little money. But if you're looking for a battery to use in an ecig mod, or anything where you want an actual 3.7V output, skip this one. Since both batteries performed the same, I'm pretty sure it wasn't just a random flaw. I don't have a voltmeter, so I don't know what these batteries were actually putting out. But I can say that I bought a more expensive pair (3.6V even, though a 0.1V difference probably wouldn't be noticeable) and when used in the same mod they performed wonderfully. Definitely these batteries are the problem. Better to spend the money and get something that will do its job. I don't like posting negative reviews, but I hope my experience will save others from making my mistake.
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