Vapcell 21700 Black Pair w/ Free Case - 4000mah 30A
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Yes, it's another exciting drop from Vapcell, this time a rewrapped VTC6A, the 21700 version! If you're looking for a safe and reliable workhorse with a massive capacity, this is the cell for you.
Fully tested by Mooch, the Vapcell Black 21700 clocks in with a true 4000mAh capacity and a genuine 30A continuous discharge rating. These are stunningly sound and stable for basically anything you'd like, whether you're chucking them in a regulated device or a mech.
Best of all, each pair comes in its own snuggly EVA zip up case for true safety at no extra cost.
- Model: INR21700
- Size: 21.3 x 69.8mm
- Nominal Voltage: 3.60V
- End-of-charge Voltage: 4.20V
- End-of-discharge Voltage: 2.50V
- Typical Capacity: 4000mAh (0.2C discharge)
- Minimum Capacity: 3900mAh (0.2C discharge)
- Internal Resistance Max: 10mΩ (AC 1kHz)
- Standard Charge Rate: 1500mA, CCCV 100mA cut-off
- Charging Time: 4.5 hours (standard charge)
- Quick Charge Current: 4000mA
- Max Continuous Discharge Current: 30000mA
- Operating Temperature Charging: 0°C - 45°C
- Discharging: -20°C - 70°C
- Storage Temperature: -5°C - 35°C
- Storage Humidity: ≤75%RH
- Standard Environmental Conditions:
- Temperature: 23 ±5°C
- Humidity: 45 - 75%RH
- Atmospheric Pressure: 86 - 106KPA
What's in the (free) case:
- 2 x Vapcell Black 21700s
Labelling: 18650 batteries sometimes come with a small white sticker, this is used in international shipping declarations by battery wholesalers and can be removed. Battery-specific model numbers are printed directly onto the plastic wrap by the manufacturer.
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