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The newest addition to the AWT line is the 2600mAh 3.7V 50A high-drain 18650 rechargeable battery. AWT stands strong with a solid reputation for engineering top quality 18650 vape batteries. Made with Li-MN (IMR) safe chemistry, it's considered to be a more stable battery technology generally speaking.
The newly resigned designed appearance of these batteries is ultra clean looking and just screams power! Its quite fitting in our opinion because just beneath the surface lay 50 amps of raw discharge power! So much in fact there are very few batteries even comparable with a discharge of this magnitude. With that considered this AWT 50A 18650 is clearly well suited for an unregulated box mod or any other type of unregulated vaping device capable of consuming the higher discharge rates.
In either case you simply can't go wrong with this rechargeable 18650 cell from AWT. Its an excellent choice regardless of the electronic cigarette used and has performed flawless during our experiences!
Battery Type: Lithium-ion
Battery Capacity (mAh): 2600mAh
Max. Discharge Current: 50A
For storing any batteries not in use, we highly recommend plastic battery cases for safety. Batteries can be dangerous if stored together with metal objects like your pocket change for example, serious risk of short circuited battery which may cause serious injury.
Safe chemistry LiMN means reduced risk of venting with flame or explosion. Due to the safety inherent in IMR safe chemistry batteries there is no protection circuitry added or built in. This provides a slightly shorter battery length to enable a good fit in most mods. To ensure longevity, it is not recommended to allow the battery to discharge below 2.5V.
Please note that due to their inherent safety, IMR cells don't have a protection circuit built in. They should never be discharged below 2.5 volts or cycle life/performance will be reduced. Maximum charge voltage is 4.25 volts. Please be sure to inspect your battery before use to ensure it is not damaged including tears/rips in the battery wrap. Discontinue use immediately if battery is damaged.
NOTE: Use special caution when working with Li-ion cells, they are very sensitive to charging characteristics and may explode or burn if mishandled. Make sure the user has enough knowledge of Li-Ion rechargeable batteries in charging, discharging and assembly before use. Always charge in/on a fire-proof surface. Never leave charging batteries unattended. We are not responsible for damage if there is any modification of the batteries/chargers in any form or shape (including pack making). We are not responsible for any damage caused by misuse or mishandling of Li-Ion batteries and chargers. We only recommend using Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries with a control circuit (protection PCB) to assure safe charge, discharge, etc, use of lithium ion batteries without a protection circuit is potentially hazardous.
Central Vapors will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use of a LI-ION battery. Please have a basic understanding of the batteries you are using and how to care for them properly.
Posted by pwruzr0101 on Jan 13th 2017
when I seen these batteries rated at 50 AMPS at 2600 mAh I just had to buy 2 to see their actual specs now these are a very good battery but misleading is their rated specs they are approx 40 amps peak and approx 30 to 35 continuous which still makes them very good a big red flag when shopping for batteries for your mod is if you see a rating such as these a fairly high mAh and a super high amperage is mathematically impossible (refer to the ohm's law ) the bottom line is you can't have both a high mAh and a high amperage you got to sacrifice one or the other based on your personal vaping needs a higher amperage gives you a quicker ramp up time (no delay when pressing the power button ) also a higher amperage is needed if you vape at a low ohm .50 or below if you prefer battery length go with a higher mAh and lower amperage just the opposite if you want a quicker ramp up time to simple put it it depends on your vaping preference but a good rule of thumb is a 3000 mAh battery is never going to exceed 20 amperage and a 40 amperage is never going to exceed 2200 mAh if that hope this helps you all