(Highly Competitive) Pricing should be available within a day or two but we will not accept any payments until the batteries are in our US warehouse. We'll be asking for "RESERVATIONS" shortly but we will not accept any funds until we're ready to ship the batteries to your door.
The RESERVATION SYSTEM appears to be the best way to:
1) Find out your needs (and adjust the quantities in our FIRST SHIPMENT - we have a couple of days left to do that.)
2) Create a list of potential orders - particularly where the FIRST SHIPMENT may not fulfill everyone's needs for a specific item. The first people to RESERVE batteries will have the first option to purchase them.
Hope you get them. I’d a problem with an order of some batteries from http://www.sz-eyoung.com/
Basically the cells were returned to the seller by HK post. China post won’t take them either. Apparently the problem is that the restrictions on li-ions are being rigorously enforced at the moment, prior to a big Chinese government meeting later in the month. I assume this is to do with the formation of the new government next month.
Still, communications with Jone (who’s a member her, I think) was excellent, and my paypal account was refunded. He thinks that things should be better after in a month or so, so I’ll probably spend even more then.
I had done a lot of research on “button top” vs “raised top” and even got in touch with HKJ to see what he recommended.His answer was clear and unequivocal.It appears that some high-end flashlights cannot be used with the broader “raised top” and the “button tops” are not only compact but they do make good contact with any good spring as long as there is the normal amount of pressure.