Currently best source for Sanyo UR18650FM?

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Currently best source for Sanyo UR18650FM?

See topic. I’m looking to buy 4 but don’t want to pay too much shipping to Germany. Wink

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I believe Kaidomain Have some authentic ones at a great price. Shipping is free too.

kaidomain.com/product/details.S009747

Pl note that the cells are unprotected but their performance is top notch.

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How about those efest branded Sanyos I posted earlier today at Manafont?

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I'm searching unprotected cells. Should have mentioned that right away..^^

About those efest.. could be as good as those from IO but could also be worse. Depends on the PCB..

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Hi!

As many of you are aware, I'm due to receive a very large number of batteries here in the US by the 12th or the following week at the latest.

Most people are also aware that it is currently illegal (without special permitting) to ship these batteries from the US to other countries.  So, I have been asked by several members whether we could drop-ship 50 or 100 batteries to one member in any given country (where the BLF has enough members) so that the designated member could "pass some along" to the others who want them.

I believe we can but I am now investigating the pricing and shipping cost.  It will involve my asking for "favors" from the factories I work with but it looks like it will probably be possible to do it AND retain the pricing advantage.  Not only that but the VAT, if applicable, could be reduced as well.

Regards,

Bob

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