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Can't see why not
By Paul I. on 18 August 2014
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curtis i,m no expert. i charged /discharged mine at 500mah rate. but i read somewhere how you work out how many amps they can take without getting fried . I,m sure someone on a e-cigs forum rated a 4400mah tested trustfire as capable of handling 7 amps ,not sure if this was short term or not ,given most lights draw l… see more curtis i,m no expert. i charged /discharged mine at 500mah rate. but i read somewhere how you work out how many amps they can take without getting fried . I,m sure someone on a e-cigs forum rated a 4400mah tested trustfire as capable of handling 7 amps ,not sure if this was short term or not ,given most lights draw less than 2 amps there should be few applications trustfires wont handle. i think the built in overload protection is set at 7amps.regards nigel see less curtis i,m no expert. i charged /discharged mine at 500mah rate. but i read somewhere how you work out how many amps they can take without getting fried . I,m sure someone on a e-cigs forum rated a 4400mah tested trustfire as capable of handling 7 amps ,not sure if this was short term or not ,given most lights draw less than 2 amps there should be few applications trustfires wont handle. i think the built in overload protection is set at 7amps.regards nigel
By mr n b westwood on 17 October 2014
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Hi A.M.Ward,I have twice measured across the battery base and I get exactly 25mm,which I see BACKERS69 answered you with 29.5mm,hence me measuring twice and I definetly get 25mm using my plastic ruler,i cant see how I could be
wrong,however maybe if you get more replys it might prove me correct.I hope this helps.best… see more
Hi A.M.Ward,I have twice measured across the battery base and I get exactly 25mm,which I see BACKERS69 answered you with 29.5mm,hence me measuring twice and I definetly get 25mm using my plastic ruler,i cant see how I could be
wrong,however maybe if you get more replys it might prove me correct.I hope this helps.best wishes for xmas,Daniel. see less
Hi A.M.Ward,I have twice measured across the battery base and I get exactly 25mm,which I see BACKERS69 answered you with 29.5mm,hence me measuring twice and I definetly get 25mm using my plastic ruler,i cant see how I could be
wrong,however maybe if you get more replys it might prove me correct.I hope this helps.best wishes for xmas,Daniel.

By DANIEL on 02 December 2015
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Yes they are Sir.
By Exploding Pen on 13 July 2014
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No I received a fleece, no battery in sight
By lavaufranche on 16 December 2016
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in case of trustfires . i just weighed two and it was 180grams .so approx 90grams each .
By mr n b westwood on 01 March 2016
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No. The 26650 batteries are bigger in size than the 18650 type.
By jaimieA on 01 December 2013
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