Button Top for TK35UE

jsoto

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2018 TK35UE. Still a candaholic NOOB here. All of my batteries are protected 18650's if not 21700 for the PD36R

Turns out the TK35 want's a button top 18650 which I don't have in my stash.
Just short of letting the battery go too low, I think I'm at the point knowledgable about usage of unprotected cells.
However, the protected cells from 1865Owarehouse is pretty inexpensive too.

Whadda say battery guru. Which 18650 cell would you guys recommend.
VP2 charger on hand, however I do intend to buy a charger capable of fitting the protected 21700's I currently have as well
Don't like the onboard charging on the PD36R. Casing feels pretty hot
 

Bazsy

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2018 TK35UE. Still a candaholic NOOB here. All of my batteries are protected 18650's if not 21700 for the PD36R

Turns out the TK35 want's a button top 18650 which I don't have in my stash.
Just short of letting the battery go too low, I think I'm at the point knowledgable about usage of unprotected cells.
However, the protected cells from 1865Owarehouse is pretty inexpensive too.

Whadda say battery guru. Which 18650 cell would you guys recommend.
VP2 charger on hand, however I do intend to buy a charger capable of fitting the protected 21700's I currently have as well
Don't like the onboard charging on the PD36R. Casing feels pretty hot

As the light has 2 batteries I thing your best bet is a Sanyo 18650GA. Highest capacity 18650 (or one of the highest) that can deliver 10A. You have 2 of them in the light so it's 20A. A protected version with 10A protection would work. I have 2 orbtronics in my.
 
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