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    Nice post with warning for unprotected lithiums

    Just been having a look around to see if anybody was using flashlight modules in ecigs. Came across this post from a couple of years ago. I am sure the veterans have seen it, but maybe the noobs have not. There have been a few forum posts recently regarding protected and unprotected, so maybe on topic??

    Unprotected CR2 Batteries Blow up the Detonator / Burn Leg

    Well worth the read even for the vets as a reminder.
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    Stacking CR2s is asking for trouble. I dont even think you can get protected cr2 batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arth_d View Post
    Stacking CR2s is asking for trouble. I dont even think you can get protected cr2 batteries.
    What are CR2s?
    What causes that to happen and what type of battery's can you stack safely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullos View Post
    What are CR2s?
    The batteries in the first post that say "CR2" on the side of them? ..... lol

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    I saw CR2 but wasn't sure what it meant or if it was a brand of batterys.
    Something to post in the you know your a noob when?

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    Cr2 is the size of that battery and they are none
    Protected batteries .A big mistake to use them
    And a big mistake to stack them
    Or any other battery

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    Thanks for your help Ali, I appreciate it a lot.
    I would rather ask a question than have an accident like in the pictures or worse.
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    My pleasure mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by arth_d View Post
    Stacking CR2s is asking for trouble. I dont even think you can get protected cr2 batteries.

    CR-2 - Digital Camera CR-2 Battery by AtBatt.com


    Yes they are around. Just one of a few
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    U can always use the RCR 123A
    Instead they are protected
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