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Xandre
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We need 26350 batteries

Or maybe just I ?

Where is it possible to produce ?

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The best!!

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I sure could use some

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I might like some.  It depends how it handles high currents.

The low mode should be lower.

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I’m also interested.

Still fine, still on a break. One day I’ll catch up with you folks! previous wight catchup Wink
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Been wanting them also.

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Some, ya I could use some, like 50 if the price was right.       Or eve better still would be 32350 1/2 "D" cell size li-ion.....   Hands trembling at the thought.

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A bandsaw and a little JB Weld... I mean, how hard could it be?

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A bandsaw and a little JB Weld… I mean, how hard could it be?

Maybe you can do a howto video? :bigsmile:

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I get a answer from enerdan http://store.enerdan.de/de/

They are searching too Smile

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Are there finally 26350’s??!! Or are these some fake 26(18)350’s…?

We definitely need HKJ to test these.

Who can request a sample? You need to have an account at alibaba.com..

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Xandre wrote:
http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/rechargeable-lithium-ion-battery-3...

Greets Xandre


Says minimum quantity 200?

Why do I carry a flashlight?  Because half of every day is dark.

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I just requested a sample pack. I think. The website is kinda buggy. If I hear back from them I will report.

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How about asking some of the Mfgs here if they have any? Or if they will consider it?

 

 

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The same seller but no price.(now)

But very good when they sell it single.

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Old-Lumens wrote:

http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/high-quality-li-ion-battery-3_60271172967.html?spm=a2700.7724857.29.48.hWnU87


Another possible seller or Mfg?

I think we can discount these guys, they can only supply 6 Billion pieces per month.

How many does 6000000000 translate too? LOL

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Efest is watching with interest. If there are enough votes, they might consider it. They are worried that it will be a dead cell, just like 26500 cells are.

 

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I’m curious… What’s the purpose of such a short fat cell? Especially for a flashlight? Stacking, for high voltage LEDs?

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I’m curious… What’s the purpose of such a short fat cell? Especially for a flashlight? Stacking, for high voltage LEDs?

The main reason I want them is it means we could run 6 volt emitters like XHP-70 in any 26650 light such as HD2010. It would also mean that I have a 5,000 lumen shorty maglite.

Here is my update on progress with that vendor. They did answer me back and agreed to send samples. With the cost of shipping for 4 pc is $45 bucks. I could actually tolerate the gouge to find out if these are any good or not. However looking at that cell I see that its NOT an IMR type. This means no powering up XHP emitters. This has me thinking we need to keep looking.

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Why? What light would use it besides custom?

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could fuel some serious hotwires with these too.
1/2 d lifepo4 to make magcharger packs with?
possibilities are endless….

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bugsy wrote:
Why? What light would use it besides custom?

Any single-26650 light you wanted to stick a ~6v LED in.

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vestureofblood wrote:
WalkIntoTheLight wrote:
I’m curious… What’s the purpose of such a short fat cell? Especially for a flashlight? Stacking, for high voltage LEDs?

The main reason I want them is it means we could run 6 volt emitters like XHP-70 in any 26650 light such as HD2010. It would also mean that I have a 5,000 lumen shorty maglite.

Here is my update on progress with that vendor. They did answer me back and agreed to send samples. With the cost of shipping for 4 pc is $45 bucks. I could actually tolerate the gouge to find out if these are any good or not. However looking at that cell I see that its NOT an IMR type. This means no powering up XHP emitters. This has me thinking we need to keep looking.

Thanks for trying. I’m looking for 26350 batts to do exactly what you said but they need to be IMR for sure.

However, since there are several factory-made 1×18650 and 1×26650 XHP lights out there now, its just a matter of time before a modder makes an aftermarket circuit to run on one cell. Its just a matter of when…..

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It would pretty difficult to get a step up DC-DC converter to be able to be small enough to fit into a 26650 light. Look at the 6v xhp-70 say if you wanted to drive this at anywhere near its rated level (around 5amps) using a 4.2-3.0v cell you would need to pull close to 10 amps out of it. That DC-DC current is way to much for small electronics that would fit into a 26650 torch to handle!

Would 2 × 26350 NON-IMR batterys be able to handle 5 amp drain at shorter (pun not intended) run times? This would similar to the NCR18650B which can handle 6.7amps But it doesn’t really like too and Ah drop off dramatically. Would make a great hand warmer in winter though!

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https://wholesaler.alibaba.com/product-detail/rechargeable-lithium-ion-b...

rechargeable lithium ion battery 3.7v 26350 battery 2000mah

Minimum purchase quantity is 4:

Typical Capacity: 2030 mAh
Max Discharge Current: 6000mA (3.0C5rate)
Initial Impedance: Max:55mW

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I eventually got some 26350ies…

Family picture with big sister:

Detail picture:

Sellers specs screenshot:

Finally a quick tailcap reading comparison. Taken from a Fet driven light with triple Nichias on Turbo and different batteries on hand:

Samsung 30Q: 8.7A
Basen 26650: 9.4A
Noname26350: 7.1A

So they are no high drain cells really! But for “normal” 6V XHP lights with a short tube they are useful. My JM35 works fine, Jax Z1 should arrive any day, and a Supfire L5/XHP50 is a work in progress…

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WolfA wrote:
I eventually got some 26350ies…

Thanks for the info! I would like to have some too. Where did you order?
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Wait! Where did you get those? You post a pic of some 26350’s and don’t give us a source? What kinda sadist are you? Silly

Is it the alibaba source posted by cncyana above or somewhere else? Those cells at the alibaba site look suspicious. Steve

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They are from Alibaba! 4 PCs minimum, cheap, but ridiculously expensive shipping to Austria!!
Sadly I’m absolutely unable to extract a hyperlink from the Alibaba App. But I’ll post a screenshot of the offer…

EDIT: same as the link in post #27!

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