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LG INR18650-MJ1 3500mAh - 10A

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Brand  LG
EAN/GTIN  8438493099829
Model:  LGDBMJ11865
Battery size  18650
Battery chemistry  Li-ion
Battery  Rechargeable
Voltage  3.6 / 3.7V
Min. capacity in mAh 3,350.00
Battery version  Flat top
Discharge current 10.00
Lithium - Protection circuit  Unprotected
Height in mm 65.00
Diameter in mm 18.00

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Battery Capacity (Mfg Rated): 3500 mAh
Battery Chemistry: Li-Ion
Battery function: Rechargeable
Battery Form Factor: 18650
Battery Rated Voltage: 3.6 V
Note: LG
Diameter: 18.2 mm
Height: 65 mm
Width: 18.2 mm

Without protection circuit! Not for flashlights! Do not buy if you do not know what you are doing!

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LG INR18650 MJ1 3500mAh (10A)

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Customer Reviews

Worse than Sanyo ... at least Review by darie
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I've bought some of these (LG INR18650-MJ1) and some Sanyo NCR18650GA.

These are rated for 3500mAh and I've found they held 3222mAh (both ones I've ordered).

The Sanyos are rated for 3350mA and were observed to have 3339, so, way closer if not exactly as advertised.

Ergo, I'll not be ordering stuff from Lucky Goldstar Chem anymore I'm afraid.

The cells overall should be ok quality, but ... the fudging the ratings is annoying ... I'm not gonna charge them to 4.5 and down to 2 in order to get my mAh figure to line up. (Posted on 20-11-18)
Received a “not fully charging” battery Review by Marino
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Bought 2 of this batteries, charged 2 times with an Xtar V2:
One it’s perfect, the other one stop charging at 2200mha
Not happy for a brand new battery
(1 ohm coil at 12w with dna device) (Posted on 13-07-18)
Reliable Source Review by vibizcom
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From the beginning to the end all perfect transaction, received my paket fast. shipped to south Germany in 2 days.
Cells are great well packed and top quality (Posted on 29-04-18)
VEry unsatisfied ! Review by STEPHANE
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Pour la première commande (fin 2017) pas de problèmes les accus était de production 6 mois avant (mars 2017) mais ma deuxième commandes que je viens de recevoir les accus date de octobre 2014 soit 3 ans !!!! alors que les fabriquant garantissent la qualité jusqu'a 6 mois ! (https://batterybro.com/pages/18650-date-code-lookup-tool)
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For the first order (end of 2017) no problem the battery was production 6 months before (March 2017) but my second order that I just received the battery date of October 2014 is 3 years !!!! while the manufacturers guarantee the quality up to 6 months! (https://batterybro.com/pages/18650-date-code-lookup-tool) (Posted on 12-01-18)
Super fast shipping. Just hope more come in stock soon! Review by Nexsuperne
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Really pleased with how quickly these arrived. Just need another 336 to finish a project :) (Posted on 09-05-17)
Very good Review by lfo
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I use them in my e-cigaret between 30V to 50V while 24 h... (Posted on 31-05-16)
Perfectas para descargas a 5.4 mah Review by Jose
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Probadas con descarga hasta 2.8ah y tienen 3340 mah y 3290mah,descargando a 2.5 supongo que tienen los 3.500mah por lo que son auténticas y buenas baterías,gracias por el envió rápido nkon.
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Tested with 2.8Ah and have to download mah 3340 and 3290mah , unloading 2.5 have 3.500mah guess so they are authentic and good batteries , thanks for the fast shipping Nkon (Posted on 27-01-16)
Fantastic Review by Simon
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Love these cells. I charge them to 4.1v and down to 3v. I'm seeing 3.3ah whilst pulling 2.5a constant. (Posted on 15-01-16)
Seems to be sligtly worse than Sanyo NCR18650GA Review by Mr Nerijus Bosas
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Tested two LG MJ1's against two of these Sanyo's, which both should be 3500mah capacity according to specs. Used Opus BT-C3100 v2.2 charger. Multiple times i charged them to 4.2V and then discharged to 2.8v. For the 1A discharge both cells showed almost exactly 3.5AH with no noticeable difference between two. What i did notice is that my opus charger shows MJ1 batteries to have 20miliohm higher internal resistance than Sanyo's. Using 1khz 4 wire professional battery IR tester, Sanyo's have internal resistance of 28miliohm and MJ1s around 50miliohms. For whatever reason MJ1 internal resistance fluctuates much more than Sanyo's which kinda implies their might have different chemistry.I don't like that. Based on my test i highly recommend Sanyo's instead of MJ1's and get yourself proper Li-ion charger. My recommendations are either XTAR SP1, if you want to charge just 1 cell and OPUS BT-C3100 v2.2 if wanting to charge 4 or less cells at same time. The later one also shows battery internal resistance and can calculate battery's capacity while discharging with up to 1A and charging up to 2A. Just notice it has internal cooling fan so can be annoying in very quiet enviroment...Hope my review helps you guys.... (Posted on 23-06-15)

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