free sub-c(?) batteries

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free sub-c(?) batteries

i salvaged 5 cells, each read 1.23v. cells are 21x32mm

 

my guess is they are a variant of the sub c but cant find much. they had a cardboard wrapper over them. eash cell has "KJS" marked on them, nothing else

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thanks. they are from a black & decker handy saw. moving and was going to throw it so i pulled the batteries hoping to salvage something useful. thought they were a sub-c but didnt know the dimensions of the various cells.

 

i know ive seen them mentioned around on various mods, but cant remember what exactly they were used in. my guess was a 2C mag mod. id think 3 of these would fit pretty good in a 2c mag

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ok anyway... i got 5 of these cells. no covering, bare metal. 1st person to post a legitimate use they need these for can have them for actual shipping cost. ill put each cell in a plastic bag and tape shut to protect them in shipping. each measure 1.23v 

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I could sure use 'em for a mag mod! I'll take 'em if no one has claimed them.

Rich

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I'd like to see what Rich does with them.

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My guess is they are ni-cads .

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all yours, pm me your shipping info and ill see what the post office says

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I use these battery kits called Battrx rechargeable battery kits. They work awesome and you dont have to solder or weld them which makes the battery last longer and stays powerful<a href="http://www.battrx.com">.</a> I thought they were initially kind of expensive but when i realized how much longer my batteries last i bought a few more kits for some old power tools i had laying around.