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Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by Rebel, Jul 11, 2018.
Can anybody recommend good brands of RCR123s and chargers?
I'm really happy with this pair up for EDC.
IMRs are rated for higher amperage (~1000 lumens) and the chemistry is a bit safer, and this IMR is one of the only sold with a protection circuit.
The charger also functions as a voltage meter so you can test for remaining capacity, and it can also power bank a Li-ion battery to your phone. (Note that it has built-in mechanical protection to only power bank >50mm sized cells, so to use a 16340, you'll have to insert a spacer like a bolt).
Thanks this is good info. I'll look for those on ebay. I can't order from those guys because I live in Europe.
I've gone with nitecore... Never had an issue
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Same here. Upgraded my cheapo Trustfire charger for a 2 cell intellicharger. So much better. A world's difference
I use Fenix 16340s and a Nitecore D2 charger. I have been happy with both.
I've been using the FourSevens batteries and their USB charger. Been working great for me.
AW brand RCR123 cells are of high quality. I recommend Xtar chargers. The VC4 four-bay charger is very easy to use and dependable. The SV2 Rocket two-bay charger is also very easy to use and dependable, if you want a more portable, smaller footprint. Both of these excellent chargers are selling now on Xtar's website, Lumensdirect, for under $26.
If you're looking for a more sophisticated charger that can recondition cells, the Xtar VP4 is an outstanding value.
I don't see AWs available like before. Could be wrong.
Not really a big user of li-ions but I don't think AW cells are available anymore from what I am reading on the forums.
I have been pretty happy with the Klarus batteries with the micro USB port built in. No need for a separate charger.