18650 mAh

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18650 mAh

Newbee here and would appreciate some advice. Been reading bad things about cheap ultrafire 18650’s etc… has anyone heard of these? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Foxnovo-ICR18650-Protected-Rechargeable-Batterys… worth looking at safety wise? Also I believe higher mAh means longer runtimes but would going for say 2600mAh’s over 3100’s make a skyray king less bright? or would it put out the same sort of lumens but just for a lesser run time before it started to dim? Again sorry for my ignorance Glasses

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There are enough known quality batteries on the market already. No need to venture into the unknowns.

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Flood wrote:
Newbee here and would appreciate some advice. Been reading bad things about cheap ultrafire 18650’s etc… has anyone heard of these? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Foxnovo-ICR18650-Protected-Rechargeable-Batterys… worth looking at safety wise? Also I believe higher mAh means longer runtimes but would going for say 2600mAh’s over 3100’s make a skyray king less bright? or would it put out the same sort of lumens but just for a lesser run time before it started to dim? Again sorry for my ignorance :glasses:

G'Day Flood, Smile

 

This Sub-Forum is for "Rechargeable Battery Reviews and Tests"

 

I suggest You shift your thread to the Rechargeable Batteries Sub-Forum

http://budgetlightforum.com/forum/batteries/rechargeable

 

Best Regards,

George

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