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Unknown FP-ICR18650 Cell Specifications
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Yes, I would say that. Not good for e-cigarettes. Like most ICR, I guess. Most ICR are made for high capacity and energy density. In simpler words, they are made to fit the most mAh in a 18650 cell. And to do that they sacrifice the ability to do high amp discharge.

In a laptop you need a rather low current to run the thing on its battery and you want it to run as long as possible. In a e-cigarette you have short bursts of high currents, this is the opposite what you want from a "laptop cell".

By the way, sorry mike for going a bit off topic here. I feel that was important though.
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