The photo showing the text on the wrappers still have the protective shrink wrap on it.
The batteries used this these tests have been provided by Efan with no exchange of money to either party.
To simplify testing and prevent mistakes, batteries in each test were charged at 0.5A and discharged to 2.80V.
The discharge tests from 0.2A to 5.0A are done an a Turnigy Reaktor, and discharge tests with higher current are done with a Maynuo M9712C DC external load.
While these batteries didn't track closely together, I like how they performed individually, and still produces the rated capacity at 5A. Even at 10A these batteries have surprisingly little voltage sag, although capacity is significantly lower.
The low mode should be lower.
Reviews: Efan IMR18350 700mAh 10.5A,