Early into my interest in cell reviews I was sent a set of Vapcell 18350 liion cells. My ways and means are different now, and LiIonwholesale agreed to send me a fresh set for testing. So here’s another test of these well-regarded 18350 cells, this time with actual discharge (etc) data! Who knows, in another year maybe my testing will have evolved so much further that these cells deserve another look!
I’m fortunate to have a “cell supplier” – LiionWholesale.com. After my recent fake 30q review, I reached out with the wonder of what a set of real 30q’s would look like tested. They agreed to send out a couple of authentic Samsung 30q’s (since they sell only authentic cells….). So here’s a review of authentic Samsung 30q cells!
I was in need of 18650s recently, and there was a great price on these Liitokala 30q cells at Aliexpress. I like 30q cells, and I like good prices, so I bought 8 of these cells. There was a bunch of discussion on BLF and places regarding whether these cells are “real” or not. Read on to find out!
LiionWholesale sent a couple of their new cells for some testing. This is the new Samsung 50e, a 21700 li-ion cell. It’s rated for 10A continuous discharge. Read on for performance graphs!
I have in for review a couple of 20700 cells. I asked for these because I expect that in the near future, more flashlights will begin to accept this size, and I want to be prepared! Also I just like testing cells. This is the Imren 3200mAh 25A/40A Flat Top 20700 Cell.
LiIonWholesale have sent over a few more cells for testing. I’m hoping to get something regular going, and I hope this post will motivate that to happen – it’s my first pass at an actual thorough cell test!! This is the Protected LG MJ1 3500mAh 10A 18650 Button Top cell!