CGR18650CH now available

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CGR18650CH now available

Used to be only Callie Kustoms carrying these near-IMRs with PSS.  As Youtubed, you can short this out and it won't explode, no worries.

http://www.intl-outdoor.com/panasonic-cgr18650ch-2250mah-liion-battery-p-291.html

Specs : http://industrial.panasonic.com/www-data/pdf2/ACA4000/ACA4000CE272.pdf

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Edited by: 2100 on 12/05/2011 - 07:35
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Interesting, it says 2250mAh down to 3V at 25 Celsius. At 50 C the capacity should be just a bit larger.

I wonder if the capacity will increase under 3V, let's say 2.7V

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Of course it'd increase a bit in capacity under 3V.

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What I like about Hank of international Outdoors is that he listen to his customers.

I Suggested it to him to include this battery in his items a week ago and now he sells them.Laughing

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I have a few things on order from Hank at the moment, but the fact I haven't received them yet no doubt says more about UK post/customs then it does about Hank's service (the UK postal system sucks since it was privatised). 

All things considered though, long wait aside, I'm really impressed with Hank's selection of products, particularly in relation to li-ion cells with sensible pricing. 

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iv used intl-outdoors before and i would use them again.

hank is good