anyone used Weiss lithium batteries? 18500

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anyone used Weiss lithium batteries? 18500
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18650 you mean?

 

No I have never heard of them before, but they look over prices for 2250mAh even if they are Panasonic cells inside. 

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Oops, I didnt realise it was a different size. What so you recommend for 18500?

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I have never had any 18500's but all I can see when I search for them is fake looking UltraFire and Trustfire ones. 

Someone else should be able to recommend something. 

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Weiss are made by the same company as Enerpower. DANTECH ENERGY GmbH

If you look closely at the way they are assembled an also printed the Spark battery seems to be made by the same company.

They seem to make cells with different protection circuit ratings. Like 2.5A, 5A and 7A. Taking a guess, 1, 2 and 3  MOSFETs.

I have seen them locally and the same dealer has some Spark flashlight in stock, together with some Zebralights

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Enerpower? Where can you buy those?

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I know only German shops which sell them for example:

http://www.lampentroll.de/themes/kategorie/index.php?kategorieid=25

 

He ships international and the price for shipping depents on the weight and dimensions of the package.

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I use these 18500s in my Skyray 3XML light. They put out lots of amps and they are IMRs so they are much safer than Lion.

http://www.bestinone.net/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=57

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E1320 wrote:

I use these 18500s in my Skyray 3XML light. They put out lots of amps and they are IMRs so they are much safer than Lion.

http://www.bestinone.net/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=57

The title is wrong. He actually asks about 18650 batteries by the brand Weiss.

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spaceboy wrote:

Oops, I didnt realise it was a different size. What so you recommend for 18500?

It may be that the link to the 18650s was wrong, and the title was right?

The above quote suggests an interest in 18500 cells.

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There's no 18500 Weiss.