IMR 18350, LiMn 800mAh Battery
These are rechargeable EH brand LiMn2O4 (commonly referred to as Lithium Manganese or LiMn) batteries. They are safer chemically than Li-Ion batteries and do not need a protection circuit. These cells can handle high amperage and are safe in series or in parallel. They can be charged with any Li-Ion battery charger with an output of 4.2V. These have a button top. They are 3.7V batteries that are rated for 800mAh. Battery cover may vary but the batteries are always high quality and accurately rated.
These are compatible with the VMax VV Mod (the VMax requires 2 batteries.)
Price is for one (1) battery.
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If your shopping for batteries for a Provari just stop right now or any other high end mod and I personally would include mechanical mods personally.
Have you EVER read your instruction manual for your Provari?
NOPE, ya I know Seems to me I recall something very specific that Provari just happens to mention about what batteries they suggest and WHY, idiots!!
Idiots who can't read the instruction that came with a high powered high priced mod and now you shopping for cheap batteries to use in it??, ridiculous, I'm surprised that Provari even would repair your device that you obviously blew up, they specifically suggest you use AW brand and that's subjective in my opinion, so if your a Provari user don't be stupid buy the batteries that go with your high end device or you will blow up the PCB board, and how do I know this? I read the instruction manual and I have it right here!!!
Here, straight out of the Provari manual, geez,
We only recommend using approved 18490 and 18650 batteries in the ProVari. All of the batteries that we sell on our website have been tested to work with the ProVari and these are the only cells you should use. There is a big difference between all the different batteries on the market and a lot of testing has been done on these various batteries. The reason we recommend using high drain cells is because these cells can output more current providing the ProVari with the power it needs to operate properly. There are a number of batteries that will cause issues including the Trustfire, Ultrafire and other brands. These batteries cannot handle higher current output and the battery will turn off while in use or cause a low battery alert much sooner than it should because the batteries have a high internal resistance. Please make sure you get the proper batteries to use in the ProVari to avoid problems.
Hum yep problems and then blame MadVapes, failed to see mention of buying these batteries, as a matter of fact, oh never mind.
Stop blaming these batteries, I'm buying these for my mods that I can blow up but since I pay attention I'm not to worried and the price is right, just know what your buying and what your device needs to work properly or you might suffer the consequences, but I am sorry to harp but I get mad when idiots write reviews and don't no squat about the device they are using or batteries and batteries can be dangerous and no I don't work for Mad Vapes but I certainly know what I'm talking about, it's just so stupid. (Posted on 4/18/2014)
- review EDIT Review by Mark
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- Good while they lasted Review by Joseph
The RED EH 18350 would not work in my Provari mini no matter what I did. I'm not sure on why, but I think its because they are just a hair shorter than AW batteries. I believe I got it to work once, by stretching the vari's battery cap spring, but I didn't want to continue using a battery brand that was not recommended by provape, so I stopped using it.
Later that month, that same RED EH 18350 battery stopped charging. It just stopped completely. Wouldn't charge & wouldn't vape. I tried leaving it in the charger so that the charger might Slow-Charge it back up to 3.2 volts & then repair the cells, but that did not work at all. I kept trying this for over a month to no avail. So I just wound up throwing this battery out eventually. It worked just fine while it worked, but it stopped charging randomly for some reason. No, I do not over-drain. I may have drained it down to 3.4v once in it's entire life. I do not think that was related to it's death. It died on it's own.
I also have a BLUE EH Flat Top 18350 battery that I bought over 2 years ago from Madvapes, and it's still working VERY well to this day. I hardly ever use it, but when I do, it works just fine. On par with AW/Efest for quality of vape. It might die maybe 5 or less minutes sooner than my brand new AWs, but other than that, it works just as well as the best AW or Efest 18350s I've had. (Posted on 1/30/2014)
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