The users over at https://www.reddit.com/r/AAMasterRace/ recently got some traffic from the Nanfu guys. Since I do some cell testing, I agreed to test these Nanfu Tenavolts. They’re AA sized lithium ion cells, which are bucked down to the more common 1.5V for AA NiMH or alkaline cells. The claims these make aren’t trivial, so I was interested to test them.
This is the last in my bunch of Vapcells. I’ve held it til now because it’s a mix of most and least interesting…. First off…
Today’s the last of my Vapcell liion cell reviews! Well technically I have an IFR review coming up, which is also liion but not really something we’ll all use much.
This is an INR 14500 button top, with 650mAh capacity. Read on for testing!
Here’s a high capacity Vapcell. Rated at only 10A, but with a capacity of 3400mAh, this is a nice high capacity cell! Read on for some testing and pics.
Here’s a random charger that BangGood dropped in the latest package to me. I didn’t know anything about it but it claims pretty fast charging over all 4 bays, so let’s see how it work!
Another Vapcell for review! This is a mid capacity 18650 with high current capability – much like many of Vapcell’s cells… Vapcell has a bunch of cells!
One more Vapcell! (Actually I still have a few in the wings.) Today it’s the G20, another 18650. Sort of lowish capacity, mid to high discharge…. Let’s see how it looks in testing!
Today I have results from another Vapcell test cycle. This is a 26650 cell, rated at 20A, and fairly high capacity claim of 5500mAh. Read on for test results.
Today I have in for review the XTAR VP4C, a nice little 4-bay charger, for li-ion cells only.