Test GTF 8800mAh 26650

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Test GTF 8800mAh 26650

Only been around here a few weeks but I have learned a lot, so after not seeing a discharge test on here of my 'bargain' cells, I tested them with my new EBD-M05, and I guess you get what you pay for Wink

 

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They forgot to include the “O” in their label, as in “GTFO” with that crap cell… LOL

Thanks for the review. Beer

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Might aswell use an AA ENELOOP PRO ,similar capacity. Facepalm

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No, it has still 3x more energy.

It seems that this cell has probably been designed to have this sort of capacity.

Super cheap to manufacture, and more profit margin than legitimate cells.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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Look like most fake-label 26650 cells actually have around 2500mAh which is not really that bad compared to fake ultrafire-like 18650s that can be as low as 200mAh or even lower and average at about 300.