Trustfire 18650 3.7V 3000mAh Protected Li-ion

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Trustfire 18650 3.7V 3000mAh Protected Li-ion

Do you think these are 3000mAH?

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Nope, not a chance in hell!

 

The best availlable batteries from Sanyo/Panasonic still havent reached 3000mah, so err Trustfire don't have much of a chance.

 

The sad thing is they may well be good batteries, we all seem to like the 2400mah flame Trustfires a lot after all. They just have to go and make the batteries look bad by lying about their abilities.

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Black TF reaches 2400 mAh. Dunno these are true 3000, but... 2800 could be Undecided (and perhaps they works better on higher power, i.e. 5A)

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In the past high capacity cells were best used in low drain devices. If plannign to run XM-L's decently i would go with a proven reliable batteries such as XTAR, Hi-max, solarforce, IMR or perhaps flame TF since many liked those but i never tried any.

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At 1A constant current discharge they measure 2566mAh.