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    18650, 18500, 18350 ????

    i've pretty much made up my mind that i will go for a vamo (or 2) in my next order. all i have to do is work out what batts to get to put in it (or should i say cells?). anyway, there's all these different numbers and it seems the 18000 number doesn't have anything to do with mah cos i've seen 3100mah, 2200mah and 2600mah 18650s. so what do the numbers mean? and what's the difference between lithium and imr? what's the best ones to get for the vamo?

    *hopes fervently there will come a day when this all stops being so damned confuzzling*

    edit - am getting smoktech s.i.d. rather than vamos. hope it's a good decision!
    Last edited by kay67kay; 27-04-13 at 04:22 PM.
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    I'm sorry, kay.. I don't understand battery stuff either lol
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    maybe your mr can come and explain it all to me later on mrsgruffy
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    18650 = 18mm wide, 65mm long
    18350 = 18mm wide, 35mm long

    But all batteries aren't the same, an aw 18350 might be a little bit different to a efest 18350, it's just a guide.
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    Damn good question. One of the things that's put me off mods full stop. Need to know a lot more than I do.
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    uh huh. there is so much to learn essie :/
    another question, which probably is one of those poinless/baseless type ones ... how do the size of all these batteries compare to normal batteries, like d and aa and aaa and all that stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    18650 = 18mm wide, 65mm long
    18350 = 18mm wide, 35mm long

    But all batteries aren't the same, an aw 18350 might be a little bit different to a efest 18350, it's just a guide.
    What Adam said, the first bit "18" is the width, and the "650/350" is the length.

    The Vamo takes 18650, 18350 and 2 x 18350 (I haven't used 2 x batts and dont intend too)
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    oh wow. that isn't anywhere near as complicated as i thought. thanks guy

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    In my new Vamo I am using 1x 18650, and 1 x 18350 in the smaller "stealth" mode

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    A couple of points...

    I think its a little dangerous to stack 2 18350's batteries. Some one with more experience can chime in here.

    I think its worth investing in top quality batteries and chargers from reputable sources.
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