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Topic: Regarding mAh in battery packs. (Read 1 time) previous topic - next topic

mauried

Theres no such thing as a 4.2 AH 18650 cell.
The best that currently exist are panasonic 18650 cells at 3.4 AH and they cost anywhere from $10 - $15 each.
Anything thats bigger is a fake , and there are lots of fakes coming from China.

raschemmel

Well, what I'm saying is that I purchased a pair of batteries with a usb powered charging cradle from banggood in the 18650 kind of format/size. The posting SAID they were LiPo, but I begin to doubt that now.


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Theres no such thing as a 4.2 AH 18650 cell.
The best that currently exist are panasonic 18650 cells at 3.4 AH and they cost anywhere from $10 - $15 each.
Anything thats bigger is a fake , and there are lots of fakes coming from China. 
Post a photo of the battery and the charging cradle and a link to the vendor site.
It appears your info about 4200 mAh may be incorrect or the battery type may not be lipo.
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