Well the rumors seem true. Sony has stopped production on many of their 18650 batteries causing the massive shortage we see. Enter the batteries offered by Samsung. These are 22AMP which can bring you down safely to about .2 ohms.
The 20R is 2000mah and the 25R is 2500mAh. They both have the same amp limit.
I find the 20R to be more cost effective at just $7.99 vs $11.99 for a few hundred extra mAh.
THE HARD COPY:
- Nominal capacity: 2000 mah
- Nominal voltage: 3.6v
- After a fresh charge: 4.2v
- Max Continuous Rated Discharge: 22 amps (at 25 degrees C)
- Cycle info: Drops to 60% after 250 full charge/discharge Cycles
- Don't discharge below: 2.5v
- Standard Charge: CC/CV @ 1 amp / 4.20 volts +/- .05v, 100 mA cut-off
- (Max) Rapid Charge: CC/CV @ 4amps / 4.20 volts +/- .05v, 100 mA cut-off
- Weight: 45g
- Height: 64.85 +/- 0.15mm
- Diameter: 18.33 +/- 0.07mm
- Operational Charging Temperature Range: 0 to 50 degrees C (best below 45 degrees C)
- Operational Discharging Temperature Range: -20 to +75 degrees C (best below 60 degrees C)
- You can store them for 1.5 years at -30 to + 25 degrees C, 3 months at 30 to 45 C and 1 month at 30 to 60 C (in other words, store them in a cool place and they'll last longer)
WHERE: >> HERE <<