AWT 18650 3500MAH 35A Batteries

AWT 18650 3500MAH 35A Batteries 2-Pack

AWT 18650 3500mAh Batteries

While the test results present factual data, the conclusions and recommendations I formulate based on these tests are solely my viewpoints derived from my criteria for establishing a rating. It is crucial to conduct thorough research on any cell you are contemplating purchasing before deciding.

Engaging in tests that push cells to their limits is exceptionally hazardous. It should never, under any circumstances, be attempted by individuals who have not extensively studied the associated risks and methods for mitigating them.

If the cell displays only one current rating number or solely indicates "max," it is necessary for me to assume that the company is asserting that the cell can be discharged at that specific current level in any manner, including continuous discharge.

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AWT 18650 Batteries Summary

This "35A" cell is so vastly overrated that I am again at a loss for words. This AWT cell appears indistinguishable and performs nearly identically to the underwhelming AWT 18650 3000mAh, which I rated at 8A.

AWT's 35A rating is even worthless as a "pulse" rating. The first pulse at 35A on a fully charged cell resulted in a voltage drop below 3.0V.

The cell's wrap bears the label "Imren battery," but it does not utilize the batteries chemistry commonly associated with the IMR model number prefix. Instead, it employs the chemistry linked to the INR prefix.

Each individual is free to purchase batteries of their choice, but consider whether or not you wish to support a company like this.

I am assigning a rating of 8A and 3500mAh to this AWT cell.

I purchased the two cells that underwent testing for this purpose.

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