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WARNING: This product contains nicotine.
Nicotine is an addictive chemical.
These authentic Samsung cells are some of the highest quality 18650 batteries out there. These Samsung 3.7v 18650 3000mAh Lithium-Ion Button Top Batteries are used for many applications, but in the vaping world, they are a perfect fit for any mod requiring an 18650 battery, keeping your vape mods powered for hours and hours.
The Samsung 30Q is a powerful li-ion 18650 battery that is highly rated in the rechargeable battery market. The 30Q utilizes INR (LiNiMnCoO2) chemistry, which offers a superior 3,000mAh capacity compared to IMR batteries. The 30Q also features a 15A continuous discharge rate, making it a great choice for powering mid-to-high-drain devices.
Nominal Capacity: 3000mAh
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Maximum Voltage: 4.2V
Discharge Current: 15A Maximum Continuous
Approximate Dimensions: 18.33mm x 64.85mm
Approximate Weight: 48g
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Posted by Chuck on Dec 20th 2022
These are pictured and advertised as Samsung batteries, but they are not. They are Chinese counterfeits.
Posted by jerry jones on Oct 28th 2021
I ordered the wrong size battery. After tree attempts to correct this mistake with no resolution,I gave up!!!!!
Posted by Missie on Apr 30th 2021
First of all, the pair I purchased do not have that statement printed on them. And yes, I'd already removed the stickers. Now... You people flipping out about the warning... Ummm... THINK for a second--- WHAT do you think could POSSIBLY be special about this particular battery that makes it unsuitable for vaping? Seriously. If ya'll are some kind of Battery Engineers who got a tip-off from the Chinese on a sinister "Vape Detect---Self Destruct/Blow TF Up Mode", please be kind enough to enlighten the rest of us. Ain't nobody got time for blowing their damn faces off ;)
Vapes have exploded in people's faces. We all know that. Usually because someone didn't take the time to research the amperage required for their setup and/or they were using cheap, knockoff mods and cheap, knockoff batteries. (They were probably killing themselves anyway with their cheap, knockoff juice... Unfortunate.) Anyway, if you look into it I think you'll find that MOST batteries available are NOT labeled for vapes (though it may not be printed on the battery itself.)
That "warning" is just an attempt by the manufacturer to avoid lawsuits in the case that someone misuses their product and blows their face off. That's it. A battery is labeled with specs and will work in ANYTHING that is compatible with that type of battery. If there was a sudden rash of reports of vibrators exploding all over the place, you'd eventually get a battery labeled "not for use in personal massagers"... See how that works? You're welcome.
P.S.: You CAN remove that giant, scratchy tag on your pillows and bedding... It's ok... They belong to you and you are allowed. No one will come for you. I promise <3
Posted by Devin Partyka on Feb 9th 2021
The batteries have stickers on them that covers up the original manufacturer's print.remove the sticker, an it specifically says " not for ecig or vape". Will never buy from this company again.
Posted by Unknown on Feb 9th 2021
I have had extreme luck with these batteries..last a long time and can't beat the price.
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