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    Default Cheap 18650 Batteries and a Charger?

    Hi, I need one or two 18650 batteries and a charger for the batteries and do not want to pay too much. Any recommendations? Thanks!

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    I have basically the same question and was wondering if the Ultrafire WF-188 Charger is worth a look?

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    You say one or two cheap IMO get one good one better than two chances of burning your house down
    Chargers if you can solder E/Bay has some good 1amp single cell boards for like $2.00 shipped USB powered just solder leads to battery holder or magnets

    Really cheap true cc/cv usb charging board
    Last edited by CMAG; 08-11-2012 at 12:32 AM.

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    Default Re: Cheap 18650 Batteries and a Charger?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaStAViC View Post
    Hi, I need one or two 18650 batteries and a charger for the batteries and do not want to pay too much. Any recommendations? Thanks!
    Trustfire "flames" from Dealextreme @ $9.38US a pair. SKU 20392

    OEM 2x18650 charger from same place, SKU 13820 $6.20

    Depending what country you are in, DX shipping can take a while however.

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    build yourself a brick cove to keep the batteries and charger
    in, that way if it flames up it won't burn your house down. seriously, do it.
    posted by jh333233
    Dont cheat me, im expert in using crap light

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    Quote Originally Posted by arewethereyet View Post
    I have basically the same question and was wondering if the Ultrafire WF-188 Charger is worth a look?
    I decided to go with the Xtar WP2 II charger.

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    XTAR WP2-II and XTAR 3100mAh 18650. The Nitecore i4 is a good bet as well.



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