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By jason l.
Good packaging, great quality product.
December 20, 2020
The packaging was good. All the battery delivered safely. I tested the battery and they all match the quality as it is advertised.
By Steve
Michigan
Rated Capacity Not Available for Use
November 14, 2020
The first charge of these batteries only showed a capacity of around 2250 mAh. After first use, the batteries only charged up to about 1550 mAh. So, these batteries are showing that less than half the rated capacity is available for actual use. Kinda disappointing.
By Lynn
Mesa, Arizona
Great batteries
August 13, 2020
great place to get the batteries that you need and shipped fast.
By Robert
Springfield, illinois
Works great!
July 30, 2020
Replaced my worn out 1300ma with these. My drills work better than they did when new!
By don h.
PA
hard to find, well worth the search.
April 22, 2020
Battery Junction .com had this battery that I could not find anywhere else and they had it a a good price. Shipment was fast and no drama with my order. Battery Junction is my new go to for batteries.
By michael
Woodside, NY
GREAT HIGH CAPACITY BATTERIES!
December 30, 2019
LONG LASTING AND INEXPENSIVE! AND ALSO IN BUTTON TOP TOO. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THESE
By Wingsy
NC
It Really Is What I Ordered
December 23, 2019
Looking around I see several brands of 18650 batteries I have ordered in the past year or so. Only TWO of them actually are what the website says they are. (2.5AHr, 3AHr, 3.5AHr) The others are around 1AHr. The thing they have in common is, all the "mislabelled" batteries come from Chinese vendors and were less expensive than the good ones. Of the 2 good ones, one is this battery, the LG MJ1 INR 18650 3500mAh 3.7V. I bought 2 that I use in my vaping device and they work very well. They maintain a higher voltage under heavy load (about 3 amps). I've included a discharge graph I made using one of the 2 LG batteries I bought. The graph shows 3.2 amp-hour but in my test I charged the battery to 4.15v (not 4.2v like normal) AND I choose a cutoff voltage of 3.2v rather than a more normal cutoff of 2.8 to 3.0v. That's why I got 3.2AHr and not 3.5AHr.
By eric
chicago
last long
June 5, 2019
good batteries for vapes.
By John
Dayton,Ohio
You will tire, before it does!
April 21, 2019
This battery made me tired, waiting for it to run down.

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