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Xtar IMR 18350 Battery 850mAh 4.25A

Xtar IMR 18350 Battery 850mAh 4.25A

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Xtar IMR 18350 Battery 850mAh 4.25A is a high-performance rechargeable lithium 18650 battery, designed for low discharge current (max 5A) applications, suitable for any low powered vaping device.

Xtar IMR 18350 Battery Features:

Battery Size : Ø 18.30mm x 35.40mm
Nominal Voltage : 3.70V
Nominal Capacity : 850mAh
Charging Method : CC/CV 4.20V
Discharge Voltage : 2.75V (Average Cut Off)
Standard Charging Current CC : 0.5A
Rapid Charging Current : 1A
Continuous Discharge Current : 4.25A
Max. Short Discharge Current : 5A
Measured Energy : 2,771mWh (3A Discharge Test)
Weight: 21.5 g
Colour : Black & Gold
Version : ButtonTop
Protection : No / Unprotected
Type : Rechargeable , IMR , INR , High Drain

To ensure longevity, it is not recommended to allow the battery to discharge below 2.75V.

What's in the box:

1 x Xtar IMR 18350 Battery 

Please note:

1. Fully charge before initial use

2. Always charge battery in/on a fireproof surface

3. Never leave charging batteries unattended.

4. To avoid short circuits, keep this battery away from metal objects (e.g. coins, keys, jewellery)

5. Keep the battery in its case or any other insulated material

6. To avoid shortening your battery’s life, do not overcharge it, doing so may result in the battery popping or leaking

7. Do not use the battery is there are signs of damage to skin

8. Do not dispose battery with the use of fire

9. Stacking more than one battery at a time may result in explosion.

10. Never short the battery.

11. Use special caution when working with Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable cells.


1). Do not disassemble, dispose in fire, heat or short circuit

2). Do not insert batteries with the (+) and (-) reversed.

3). Do not mix fresh batteries with used batteries.

4). Do not submerge the battery in water.

5). Always use a case for safe storage when not in use. Never in your pocket, purse etc. Keep away from keys, coins and small metallic objects.

6). Batteries should never be charged in a mod. It’s good practice to charge batteries on an external charger that is correctly rated for Li-Ion cells. Never leave them charging unattended and they should be removed when fully charged.

7). Batteries should be periodically inspected for tears and rips. Never use a batteries with a damaged PVC wrap, either recycle the cell or repair immediately.

9). Do not over-stress these batteries. Batteries should be suitable for the application (correct size, amp draw etc).

10). The user assumes all associated risks.

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