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- Model: US18650VTC5
- Manufacturer: SONY
- Chemistry: NMC
- Max. continuous discharge current: 20A
- Nominal capacity: 2500 mAh
- Nominal voltage: 3.6 V
- Discharge end voltage: 2.5 V
- Charging voltage: 4.20 +/- 0.05 V
- Standard charging current: 1500 mA
- Diameter : 18.35
- Height : 65.20
- Weight Max. 44.3 g
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Posted by Edward McArthur on Apr 8th 2019
They run at good strength for about 6-7 hours, but it really needs to be drained and fully recharged to relast each time.
Posted by Daniel Williams on Apr 5th 2019
Work as expected came in good time
Posted by Jerry Jean on Feb 2nd 2019
Its hard to beat the quality of Sony batteries. I run these paired in my box mods that have a tank on them which I use at work. They easily get me through the day. Ive got several sets of these that are over 2 years old. Its hard to expect much more.
I use some dark brown batteries for my mech mod/RDA mods otherwise.
Posted by b on Apr 24th 2018
Good batteries.. hold good charge
Posted by Bob on Apr 21st 2018
The Sony VTC5 battery comes with a much-vaunted reputation.... decided to try a pair for myself.... too soon to say how they will do over the long haul, but they did very well in their first cycle of use ( i alternate mod use daily or as soon as batteries get weak). I took these batteries from the mailbox to my charger (Intellicharger I8). After charging, they went into an IPV6X mod. They each showed an identical 4.16V charge. I then proceeded to use them for 3 days firing an IPV SXPure tank at 60W (don't laugh, it works very well for me!). The batteries were not dead at that point, but i rotated the mod anyway. To me, 3 days on 2-2600Mah batteries is pretty darn good. I do not vape as much as many other people, so that tends to make for longer battery life, but this first use was still impressive. Now, how long will these last? I have no idea. Only time will tell. So far, my best overall performers have been MXJO batteries. W shall see how the Sony VTC5 stacks up. I date all my batteries when they go into service and I always keep them in matched pairs and most of the time they are charged externally.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 1st 2018
Sony batteries are good
Posted by Jerald W Hollenback Jr on Feb 2nd 2017
This isvthe real deal and works great