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The IMR 18650 3000mah 35A flat top battery is the newest edition to this popular MXJO brand. The MXJO 18650 battery is one of the best for about everything from mechanical mods to starter kits. This 3000mah supercharged power plant of a battery might even change the way you think about vaping batteries all together. If nothing else, switching to one of these high powered MXJO 18650 3000mah batteries will undoubtedly change your vaping experience for the better.
MXJO is not just powerful, but also reliable and most importantly engineered for stability and safety. Central Vapors only sells 100% Authentic MXJO batteries verified by the security code on each cell.
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Nominal Voltage: 3.7V
Continuous Discharge Current: 20A
Max. Discharge Current: 35A
Standard Charge: CC/CV 1.50A, 4.20 ± 0.05 V
Cycle Life: 300 cycles
Posted by Unknown on Aug 25th 2020
I love them I bought 16 of them keep up the good work
Posted by Heather on Jun 15th 2020
I’m now purchased in total and two sets of these batteries specifically in another set which I have yet to try but I made by the same company. They are seriously my favorite batteries out of all the ones that I’ve tried & the absolute only reason I did not give them five stars is for a nitpick thing with me which is the way they are wrapped. Of course I have extra heat shrink wraps but due to how they come in the fact that I really like the way that they look brand new makes the whole rewear for battery safety a bummer again a personal cosmetic only detail I wish I could do something about. HIGHLY RECOMMEND A+ all the way
Posted by Troy Jagunich on May 29th 2020
These batteries are great. High amp for my single battery mod.
Posted by Dennis on May 26th 2020
These have always been dependable, long-lasting batteries.
Posted by Matthew Levine on May 16th 2020
This seems like a good solid battery that meets the advertised specifications. Unfortunately, I didn't do my research before purchasing, and it turns out I need more current than 20A continuous to power my new 200W device with .12 ohm atomizer, and the new 510 threaded e-nail I also got for vaping concentrates. With the .12 ohm setup, 20A is enough to provide 48W of power, which is about what I've been getting. So I guess I need Sony VTC5A's at 25A, which should give me 75W, or Samsung 20S's at 30A, providing 108W.