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    best 26650 batteries

    im interested in getting the sparta mech mod but i cant find a great deal of info/reccomendations on batteries for them. after 20 mins of reserch i found sony discontinued their version. sooo, wanted to ask here. ill be looking to vape around .6-.8 ohm

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    imren 26650. i got 2, theyre ridiculously good.

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    where you get them bro? do they last longer than the 18650?

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    these look good iv got them in 18650

    EFEST PURPLE 26650 3500MAH IMR BATTERY - 64A

    vapeking stock them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    where you get them bro? do they last longer than the 18650?
    i got mine from ebay, yeah they do. was going thru 2 18650 vtc5s a day, now just need one 26650

    2 Imren IMR 26650 High Drain 60A Battery 3 7V Rechargeable LI MN 3600mAh NEW | eBay

    here u go.

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    batteries suck.

    I have a bunch of 26650s and found that I get better durability in 26650 regulated mods from Blazars in a plastic fake-make-me-fit-in-a-26650-slot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    batteries suck.

    I have a bunch of 26650s and found that I get better durability in 26650 regulated mods from Blazars in a plastic fake-make-me-fit-in-a-26650-slot.
    It all basically comes down to available mA and efficiency of delivery .... something Blazaars have over big arse 26650's ... Waiting for the day battery manufacturers wake up and install decent electrolytes and compositions in the bigger batts ... until they do there is no point in them ... technically if they built a 26650 in the same way as they do the top 18650's
    Using

    V=pi x r2 x h

    yields

    16547.14 mm3 vs 34524.28 mm3 internal volume

    You should theoretically get over 2.1 times the mAh capacity of the 18650 .. therefore it SHOULD be capable of delivering 7140 mA but most of them are OVERstated @ 3-4000mA

    Most 26650's are the "Trustfires" of vaping

    Come on Sanyo and Panasonic ... Deliver !!!

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    I have Keepower 26650's from SS600 and they are far from disappointing.
    High drain 30A+ and over the 4000mAh rating.
    One battery gets me through a day easily
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    all day?? faaarrrrrk do you vape light? or go hard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatman View Post
    It all basically comes down to available mA and efficiency of delivery .... something Blazaars have over big arse 26650's ... Waiting for the day battery manufacturers wake up and install decent electrolytes and compositions in the bigger batts...
    And smaller batts like 18350 and 18490.
    Because the Japanese really only care about 18650s, that's the only size with real development it seems.


 

 

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