Discussion in 'Battery Junkies / Chargers' started by gsmit1, Mar 2, 2019.
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thanx. all of mine, cept for the first 4 I bought, are from LIION.. I wonder if LIION could get fooled ?
Nobody is infallible, but they are the least likely of anybody we are going to deal with to be fooled. Batteries are their full time occupation, like Mooch.
This is a real shame. I hate dishonest people that could hurt us. I do like Mooch for what he does however! You can trust Mooch on anything he says period.
yeah, I don't think lion would be fooled. I am sure they test the shit of of their products.
They know what they're doing.
that is why I buy from them. not worth saving a few bucks and not really knowing what I am getting.
LIW is one outfit I have zero complaints about. Great products, great prices and fast reliable shipping.
I bought my first two pairs locally and all the rest since then I have gotten from them. 100% satisfaction.
I don't even know how many batteries I have now. It's ridiculous.
added to a pin please feel free to post updates here in this thread on 30T
lol, I over bought last time. one of the sets hasn't even been in the charger. so I have enough to last a long time.
Yeah, if you're not going to use them for a while, it's best to leave them how they came (3.5 - 3.7 volts) until you do.
I have a pair of 30Ts I got for my Coilart Mage V2 stacked tube that I haven't charged yet because who knows how many years it might be before it gets here from China.
I wonder how long they can sit like that.
lol, have faith Grasshopper .
until they fall below 3.0 volts i think
They can keep for a good long while if you check them every couple months for voltage and don't let them get too low either. If they start getting down to 3.1 or 3.2, stick them in your charger and get them back up to like 3.7 and put them back in storage. The ycan't be fully charged though.
Your Opus charger has a switch inside if you take the back cover off, where you can set it to discharge LI batteries for storage too.
my mods have switches that discharge them just fine thank you
ya know, just thinkin. I have some NiCad AA's that I have been using regularly for the last 25 years. and I am still using them