18350 recommendation for BLF A6 with short tube?

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18350 recommendation for BLF A6 with short tube?

I understand that the best 18650 for the BLF A6 would be a Samsung 30Q.
Yet what would be the recommended 18350 for this flashlight?

Right now I’m using a fenix 16340 700mAh max draw of 1.4 amps.

Edited by: Buzzing Bulb on 10/07/2017 - 22:44
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The Aspire 18350 . Was labeled as 1300 mAh at the time of that review, but the manufacturer has since changed the labeling to 1100 mAh.

(Edit: At first I tried to link to http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Aspire%20INR18350%201300mAh%20(Black-yellow)%20UK.html but I was unable to properly hyperlink that URL. The forum software would cut it off at the “(“, and when I tried “percent28” instead of “(” the forum cleverly de-escaped the “percent”, resulting in “percent2528”. And every time I refer to “percent” please read that as %. My difficulty with this continues. Any ideas?)

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I agree.

Aspire 18350 are by far the best available 18350s right now. No other 18350 comes remotely close.

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somnambulism wrote:
(Edit: At first I tried to link to http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Aspire%20INR18350%201300mAh%20(Black-yellow)%20UK.html but I was unable to properly hyperlink that URL. The forum software would cut it off at the “(“, and when I tried “percent28” instead of “(” the forum cleverly de-escaped the “percent”, resulting in “percent2528”. And every time I refer to “percent” please read that as %. My difficulty with this continues. Any ideas?)

http://tinyurl.com/ydg9exvs

‘%’ has to be escaped itself as “%25”, at least in theory. Other ways to escape it is to just repeat it, as “%%”.

Better to just toss the whole mess into tinyurl and let it work its magic.

Why these sites come up with some of the most hateful urls is beyond me.

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Lightbringer wrote:
Better to just toss the whole mess into tinyurl and let it work its magic.

Why these sites come up with some of the most hateful urls is beyond me.


Thanks, I’ll do that next time.
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That is what the advanced post editor is for, Lightbringer and somnambulism: Aspire INR18350 1100mAh (black-yellow) @ lygte-info.dk

 

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Ok so the Aspire 18350 would be the best…… what would be the second best 18350? Big Smile
It is hard for me to get the Aspire 18350.

Am I correct that the 18350 for the BLF A6 with short tube should atleast have a 10A max drain? Like the 30Q.

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Deze: https://www.nkon.nl/rechargeable/14500-16340-18350-18490-18500/enerpower...

Very good high current cell, and you can have it in 2 days.

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Thanks for pointing me to a seller. Thumbs Up
I checked and Nkon only has 1 in stock. Angry

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These are also decent:

Keeppower IMR 18350 3.7V 750mAh Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
https://banggood.app.link/KMYoA2Ym5G

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Do you know this thread from Neal?
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55657

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No I didn’t know that thread!

Thanks so much I already send Neal a PM Big Smile

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Seems I can’t get a hold of Neal, so I was wondering how about THESE ?

Also what brand is underneath the wrapper?

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Buzzing Bulb, of course these are rewrapped Aspire 1100 cells. Follow Neal's described procedure and you should get your cells sooner or later, he's just a tad busy. 

 

Cheers Party

P.S.: this sounds like a déjà vu to me.

Please avoid fully quoting lenghty posts, namely with nested quotes. Trim quotes down to the essential. Helps with neatness and legibility. Thanks.

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Viruses DON'T cause diseases, they rather are a consequence of them. Read the book “Béchamp or Pasteur” by Ethel Hume for more information.