Test / Review: LG 18650 D1 3000mAh (Pink)

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HKJ wrote:

Werner wrote:
I can confirm that it starts with the eagletec, but there are no 18650 with A-E that's why.

Sorry, I did check it now and the first part my cell cell list is missing for some reason. I will rerun the list builder script and see if it fixes it.

 

It looks better now.

My website with reviews of many chargers and batteries (More than 1000): https://lygte-info.dk/

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Working perfectly now, Thanks!
Well looks like LG D1 is still king of 3A from your test.

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THE_dAY wrote:
HKJ or anyone else, are these LG D1s still the best option for lights running at ~3A? Meaning these cells can keep ~ 3A high level longer than any other cells?

The new 3500mAh cells NCR GA, LG MJ1, SDI 35E are better in this regard, at least according to my tests:

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Thanks light-wolff, out of the 3 new 3500mAh cells you mentioned in another thread that the NCR GA are the top cell.
I will try them out, first need to find a US seller for these!

EDIT: Cool, mtnelectronics has them in stock!

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