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Offline lightknight

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Shift from 18650 to 21700
« on: March 12, 2019, 08:54:09 AM »
Hello Everyone
 
I am new in this forum and have already a question.

Do you know why many flashlight producers slowly start shifting toward 21700 types instead of remaining on 18650?

I know that 21700 have more possible capacity than the 18650 but are there any other profits?

Glad to hear your opinion on this subject.


Offline macka17

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Re: Shift from 18650 to 21700
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2019, 04:37:53 AM »
Different people think different ways. on all items.
Myself. I use 10440/123A 14550 18650 26650 etc.
But never got to like or use the 2000/21000 series.

I can't honestly say they worth even looking at. Basically TOO similar to the 18650.
It's just dealers/mfg's trying to make another segment of a small market to have "some" people buy a few more battery's.

18650 cover MOST of the hand held electrical output market.
SOME  (A LOT) find them a bit skinny in the hand to hold. whereas the 26650 fit much more comfortably.

The 21000 ser are NO thicker. to hold. with only a slight  capacity advantage.
Why. Really.... Bother?.