I say cut your loss now, and buy well known brands.
My fav on there is the opus bt c3100, does nimh and li ion, rates from 0.2/0.3/0.5/0.7/1a/1.5a/2a(latter 2 on bays 1+4). It will handle 4x 18650's @1a
No need to go through the hassle.
Google: LiitoKala lii - 100 Smart Universal Battery Charger
Will charge all your batteries and costs
Best wishes for both of you!
Next time a weird issue must be dealt with, I'll be sure to pull out a flashlight; See how it works
It has been interesting reading about
Five bumps in a row.
What's the MD2 hi/Lo ring output with 2xCR123? Seems much higher than with 1 lithium ion. I wonder what it is with 2 lithium ion? Maybe higher still.
One possibility is Samsung INR18650-30Q, but it is not completely safe if you run really high currents.
....I still have 8 of the no longer found anywhere for sale Orbtronic 3600mah NCR18650G cells. Fat darn cells my calipers measure them 19.6mm thick. That
Charger Xiaomi ZI5 PB400
This is a very small 4 channel NiMH usb charger with power bank functionality.
Ok so what the best Nitecore Lights out there
I thought I was convinced and ready to buy the MH20GT and then I spotted the MH27
HI LOOKING FOR SOME INFO ON THIS LIGHT! I LIKE THE LOOK OF IT, JUST WANT SOME REVIEWS FROM PEOPLE WHO OWN ONE OR OWN KLARUS LIGHTS IMPARTICULAR, WHAT
Hi just wondering what the Ultimate Light is for Brightness and Throw?
Size no Object!
I fish at night and run a river checking limblines that I have baited, for catfish. I have a Nitecore TM16 to spot for snags and stumps as I run up/down
Does anyone have any (true) specifications on these 18650 cells?
All my searches come up with mixed answers
These are my choices:
Hey, just curious I purchased some eagtac 18650 batteries from an Australian shop and 2 of them wont charge fully. Itís a nitecore D4 charger and the
Hello. Over the years i've been building little amplifiers for friends. I generally use 8x AA NiMH batteries to power them. It's important to me that
I am after 16 x protected batteries.
Happy to spend $10 to $14 per cell.
Hi guys,Its a long time since I have researched lights (other hobbies and family) but recently started looking at lights again.I have been amazed at how