For help in selecting the right battery for your situation please read about the different types of Li-Ion batteries we carry.
A good mid range 20A 18650 battery that has a similar performance to the Samsung 25R8 when tested at 20A. Tested almost identical to the Sinowatt 25SP (also rated 20A 2500mAh) as well as the Imren 25RS (which is falsely rated as 25A). Suitable for mid range regulated box mods and any regulated device firing modest to medium watts.
Suitable for regulated mods firing at mid to higher watts (ideally not higher than 90w at 3.7v) Similar to the HB6, the HB2 typically lasts a little longer per cycle but runs a bit hotter (around 81°C at 30A continuous). For that reason it is not recommended to fire above 30A continuous (approx 90w at 3.7v).
The HB6 is one of the true 30 amp rated batteries available and is a good choice for vapers pushing higher watts. Rated for a maximum of 30A continuous, the 1500mAh capacity will continue to fire strongly even as the charge depletes, for a more consistent draw.
Panasonic NCR 3400mAh 18650B Hybrid Battery. High Quality Japan made battery with HRL safety layer. Low minimum discharge voltage. Suitable for regulated mods. *NOTE* Due to the HRL layer these batteries are slightly taller than most flat top 18650 batteries. If your device can fit a button top battery you should be fine. If a normal flat top battery...
A great option for those looking for good run time at medium power levels. The 30Q is a very good performer at its rated 15A continuous with little if any performance drop. Capable of firing at 20A continuous as long as the temperature does not reach 75°C. The 30Q also has a good cycle count rating.
The Sony VCT4 is often regarded as the original high drain battery by vapers due to its relatively flat discharge rate. Quite popular in its day, this battery still has a following. Often marketed as a 30A battery, it is more accurate to call it a 25A battery as it has an actual continuous rating of around 23A with a maximum rating of 30A. Suitable for...