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Eagletac 16340 RCR123A - Li-Ion 3.7V Protected Rechargeable Battery (Rechargeable CR123A)
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- One 750mAh 3.7V 16340 Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
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Eagletac RCR123A cells are protected from overcharging and discharging, so they can last you a long time. For the purpose of safety, all cells are packaged in individual box and anti-static bag.One pieces of Eagletac 16340 has the specifications and features as below:
* Battery Size: RCR123A (16340)
* Voltage: 3.7V, charge up to 4.2V
* Capacity: 750mAh
* Diameter: 0.65" (16.6mm)
* Height: 1.37" (34.8mm)
* Weight: 0.62 oz (17.8g)
* IC protected for a) over-charge, b) over-discharge, c) short circuit, d) current overflow of 3A+
* True protrude top design, fits all flashlights
* High discharge rate 3A+
* Reinforced steel plate bottom, highly efficient protective PCB design
Note: The brand name on the battery label can be either "Eagletac" or "EAGTAC" as shown in the title image. Eagletac is the registered trademark of EAGTAC. inc. The company uses either name on its product label, depending on the batch. Both are authentic Eagletac products and identical in every respect.
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After my first full use of these, when I opened the camera to recharge, one of these had leaked rust around the tip. The seller was kind enough to send a replacement right away, so thank you. Hopefully that was an anomaly for this brand. As for longevity, I don't have time to do the evaluation of every set of batteries to pick a winner, but am "trusting" the results of others posted on the netgear community site, keeping in mind that there are a lot of variables involved, and that I don't really trust most people to conduct proper statistical experiments.
I think I have one more set of Tenergy batteries to replace, but haven't yet decided what I'll use to replace them. I'm inclined to get the EdisonBrights again for cost reasons alone but I see as of today the seller has run out on that listing. If I recall correctly, the Nitecores were physically a little longer than typical, making for a tight fit, so I'm disinclined to get those again.
I ended up ordering 3 Eagletac RCR123As specifically for my Eagletac D25c EDC Flashlight but I have used them in other lights without any issues. These batteries are VERY quality, every single one of them charged up perfectly right out of the box and they hold a charge for a long time. I was previously using non-rechargeable Tenergy CR123s and was constantly replacing the batteries every 2-3 weeks. With these Eagletac RCR123As I found myself barely changing batteries at all, sometimes going over a month before needing to swap batteries and I use my flashlight almost everyday, mostly on the low and medium settings with the occasional high when needed. They seem to last forever. I've had these batteries for a few months now and they still run flawlessly, if I ever encounter any problems I will update this review.
For those of you guys who are planning to use these for an Eagletac D25C, it fits pretty tight inside the D25c but it definitely fits and should run perfectly fine. Don't run your D25c on high for too long when these are fully charged or else you can risk burning out your flashlight, these are 3.7v batteries. Use them on low or medium for a bit before using it comfortably on high but then again with these little powerful pocket flashlights, it's never good to use the high setting for long periods of time.
That's the end of my short review, I'd appreciate it if you let me know if it helped you out. Thanks!