Test/review of Vapcell INR21700 5000mAh T50 (Red) 2020

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Lishen cells right now are the value

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JaredM wrote:
Lishen cells right now are the value

In low performance? How do they do against a 50G, for example? All I could find were these: https://liionwholesale.com/collections/batteries/lishen

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Tom E wrote:

JaredM wrote:
Lishen cells right now are the value

In low performance? How do they do against a 50G, for example? All I could find were these: https://liionwholesale.com/collections/batteries/lishen

Got other sources?

Yeah, but some people don't care if it's not “top performance”. This is no drag racing, nor Grand Prix.

When a cell like the Lishen LR2170SD costs $4.99 versus $7.49 for the 50E (at liionwholesale), for people on a budget it does matter, even if the LR2170SD is a bit less good than a 50E (this is only a conjecture, not a proven fact).

If there's something I like about Samsung cells is their lifespan, by the way.

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Tom E wrote:

JaredM wrote:
Lishen cells right now are the value

In low performance? How do they do against a 50G, for example? All I could find were these: https://liionwholesale.com/collections/batteries/lishen


Got other sources?

The Lishen LA 4000 mAh is their best high current cell (sold out). The others are okay, but if you want the best all around h8gh current cell, get the Epoch 5000 mAh ome. It’s a rewrap Samsung 50G. Lithium ion wholesale sells the Samsung 50Ev2 as a wrapped cell also. That’s runner-up.

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Barkuti wrote:

Tom E wrote:

JaredM wrote:
Lishen cells right now are the value

In low performance? How do they do against a 50G, for example? All I could find were these: https://liionwholesale.com/collections/batteries/lishen

Got other sources?

Yeah, but some people don't care if it's not “top performance”. This is no drag racing, nor Grand Prix.

When a cell like the Lishen LR2170SD costs $4.99 versus $7.49 for the 50E (at liionwholesale), for people on a budget it does matter, even if the LR2170SD is a bit less good than a 50E (this is only a conjecture, not a proven fact).

If there's something I like about Samsung cells is their lifespan, by the way.

This is a T50 review thread, the one that's costing about $18 min now? Ok. We all know what the Samsung letters mean. Value means low performance, and that's fine, but that's what it means for now.

I own 50E's, 50G's, and a whole lot more, about 40 21700 cells. There's nothing wrong with owning or buying 50E's, or Lishen's for $5, if it's ok with you, but appreciate the differences. Here's some tests I did a while back:

Can't explain the 3T vs 40T #'s, but it is what it is, at the time. May be from Feb 2019 or earlier.

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