Molicel P28A 18650 2800mah 25a Battery

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    About This Product

    Supplied in a plastic protective tube, which can also be used to store you cells in safely.  

    Contains - 1x 18650 cell (Sold individually)

    The Molicel P28A is one of the best cells we have ever tested. This cell outperforms even the all-time great VTC5A @ 25A and is authorised for use in vape devices, among other various applications. 

    Technical Specifications

    • Size: 18650
    • Positive Terminal: Flat Top
    • Capacity: 2800mAh
    • Max. Discharge Rate: 25A (Rated by Mooch)
    • Pulse: We do not offer pulse ratings as there is currently no industry standard.
    • Manufacturer: Moli Energy Corp. (Supplied by NPE)
    • Model: P28A

    Always use an external charger as recommended by Manufacturers

    Safety Notice

    • Lithium ion (Li-Ion) Cells can be dangerous if used improperly.
    • By buying Li-ion batteries from Prime Vapes, the buyer assumes all associated risks.
    • Always use a battery charger that is rated for Li-ion cells
    • Batteries should never be left charging unattended
    • Batteries should never be loose in pocket or bag
    • Never continue to use a battery with a broken PVC wrap.
    • Never completely discharge batteries
    • Do not expose to extreme heat
    • Lithium-Ion cells should be charged on a dedicated charger rated specifically for Lithium-Ion cells.
    • Never leave a battery unattended whilst charging. 
    • Keep away from animals and children.
    • Wraps and insulators should be periodically inspected for tears or damage. If a battery has a damaged wrap, it should be repaired or disposed of immediately.
    • If you are re-selling these cells, it is your duty to pass these warnings onto your customers.
    • Batteries usually have a cycle life of between 200-500 cycles (varies with manufacturer) before noticeable capacity drop off. Batteries should be recycled at this time.
    • Do not crush, incinerate or modify.
    • Only use within manufacturers specification.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 1 review
      A solid battery

      What's to review in a battery? It works well, I like the soft grey colour. The main thing for me is, that it has a nice solid feel to it.

      About Vape Batteries

      Vape batteries are used to power lots of vape kits and devices, some kits will contain built-in batteries and others will need to be fitted with a battery to power the device. Most commonly vape kits and mods are powered by either a 18650 size or a 21700 size battery. These types of batteries are lithium-ion batteries that need to be recharged in a special, external, lithium-ion battery charger.

      Many new Vapers assume that a vape battery can be treated the same way as a regular household AA battery for example when in reality they are two very different items. Vape batteries need to be looked after and protected from other metal objects, extreme temperatures and damage to the external wraps. Failure to look after a lithium-ion battery correctly can result in explosion or fire risks, so it's important for anyone using one to understand its limits, how to store them and how to look after them correctly.

      To charge a vape battery is fairly simple, lots of vape mod kits have an inbuilt USB charging point which will allow you to charge the battery within the device, similar to how you charge a smartphone. This is ok to do on occasion, however, it's much safer to recharge your batteries in a high-quality lithium-ion charger, specifically designed to charge these types of batteries at the correct rate. Chargers are relatively low-cost and a good investment for anyone that charges batteries regularly. Whether you’re charging your batteries in your device or a charger, you should never leave a lithium battery charging unattended, for example when you’re out of the house or asleep at night. If anything does go wrong, you need to ensure you’re around to react to it.