I received these cells from KillzoneFlashlights.com for review in their hunting light (that review is upcoming!). They wanted these cells reviewed too, and to get the idea out that you know… hey, they sell cells! As always, click for bigger images!!!
These cells are currently $13.99 at KillzoneFlashlights.com.
These cells perform like they should.
These cells came to me in a bigger package, but within the hunting light package, these cells had a 2-up plastic box case.
I’ve tried to keep the scales similar, so over time the charts will be generally comparable.
This is a new section, and I added it just because I think it’s interesting. “Bounce back” is what the cell voltage does when the cell rests after a discharge. Interestingly, after heavy discharge rates, the cell bounces back higher. This corresponds to a discharge amount of less energy, and does mean that there’s energy left in the cell. So if I selected the cell with the highest bounce back (ie the cell that was discharged at the highest current), then discharged it to 2.8V at 0.2A, I’d still find that there was a lot of energy still in the cell.
These are good cells that perform like they should, and it’s a nice inclusion in the hunting light package. As they are bare from KillzoneFlashlights.com, $13.99 is a bit expensive.
Tomorrow I have another flashlight review! Something I’ve been putting off for…. months now.
- These cells were provided by KillzoneFlashlights.com for review. I was not paid to write this review.
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