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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC from 2,19$

Post by docnjoj » Nov 23 2015 1:30pm

I finally got my wife's battery built from Panasonic 2X 10S4P and it works like a champ. BMS from elifebike. as their shipping is more reasonable than BMS Battery.
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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC from 1,99$

Post by markz » Dec 04 2015 1:12am

Is that US Dollar?

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC from 1,99$

Post by Honk » Dec 10 2015 3:43pm

I just received my 100pcs brand new 29E cells in perfectly good condition.
Nice packaged and safely delivered to my home.
Now I just have to finish my home made cell holder for 8p12s.
This was my second order and tumich is 100% recommendable.
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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC from 1,99$

Post by jimwebo » Dec 10 2015 7:57pm

Received more than 300 cells.
As always no problem.
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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 2900/3500m

Post by markz » Dec 29 2015 4:20pm

Tumich, you still selling?
Samsung INR 29E (3C) for $2.45 and Samsung INR 35E (8A) for $3.69 and Sanyo NCR GA (10A) for $3.39. All USD?
Last we heard from ya in this thread is Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:27 pm, but your last log in was today.

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I will figure what batteries I want and send you a PM.

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 2900/3500m

Post by parabellum » Dec 29 2015 5:00pm

markz wrote:Tumich, you still selling?
Samsung INR 29E (3C) for $2.45 and Samsung INR 35E (8A) for $3.69 and Sanyo NCR GA (10A) for $3.39. All USD?
Last we heard from ya in this thread is Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:27 pm, but your last log in was today.

The parts for my timer should be arriving soon, so I need to build the transformer welder.

I will figure what batteries I want and send you a PM.
I believe he is, first post was modified yesterday.

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 2900/3500m

Post by markz » Dec 29 2015 5:13pm

Wow you are right, I did not think to look at that.
First post edited 175 times, and
Edited by tumich on Mon Dec 28, 2015 6:40 am.
Good stuff!!!

I am going for the 29E's, but I really do not know what the difference is between NCR and INR.


But looking at it now, I get an extra 2.5Ah, for a $50 premium (35E) for a smaller size!
calc. = $100 more in total, but at $17/Ah so ~$50 for 2.5Ah true cost.
Which means I got a dilema(sp) on my hands, my one bike, room/weight is no issue, other bike thats an issue.

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 2900/3500m

Post by tumich » Dec 29 2015 6:04pm

Guys, I don't check everyday all posts :D
If you need cells just send me pm as I wrote in first page. I edit always first post so will always actual.
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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 2900/3500m

Post by bet » Dec 29 2015 7:05pm

Hello,

My name is Ben and I am from Romania.

Please let me know what options do I have for shipping 300 pcs to Romania.

I use Li ion cells on a regular base.

All the bests,

Ben

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 3500mAh

Post by BrunoMOCardoso » Jan 14 2016 11:23pm

Hi,
does anyone have a data sheet for the samsung cells?(INR-18650-35E)
thank you.

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Post by riba2233 » Jan 15 2016 11:44am

I think there should be one linked in topic about those cells.
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Post by markz » Jan 16 2016 9:21pm

From what I remember, Tumich does ship to US and Canada. From Poland by ship takes over a month to North America, a great deal either way. You save money on hazardous shipping, which you would have to pay if Tumich were to ship by air, then there would also be a limit per shipment. It seems his pricing matrix is all the same, about $1/1Ah no matter what cell you buy (if I remember correctly from earlier cells he offered).
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Post by Hillhater » Jan 18 2016 1:02am

BrunoMOCardoso wrote:Hi,
does anyone have a data sheet for the samsung cells?(INR-18650-35E)
thank you.
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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 3500mAh

Post by Gros21 » Jan 18 2016 3:08am

am i right in thinking these wont suit a high discharge application

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Post by flangefrog » Jan 18 2016 3:57am

Gros21 wrote:am i right in thinking these wont suit a high discharge application
It depends how many you have. 300 x 3.7v 3500mAh cells can support 3885W at 1C or 11655W at 3C.

If you need high power density (W/kg) rather than high energy density (Wh/kg) cells than you will have to go with LiPo.

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Re: BRAND NEW CELLS 18650 SAMSUNG/SANYO/PANASONIC 3500mAh

Post by sp3cialck » Jan 18 2016 2:02pm

Thank you tumich for the top 120 NCR18650GA cells..

Till next time dude!
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Post by bowlofsalad » Jan 21 2016 1:56pm

To tumich,
pic1000.jpg
pic1000.jpg (156.43 KiB) Viewed 444 times
Instead of typing out SANYO NCR18650GA you use an image hosted on photobucket.com. Why do you do this?

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Post by circuit » Jan 21 2016 2:03pm

For google, of course, but question remains the same. Why hide?
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Post by tumich » Jan 21 2016 2:08pm

Guys, due to before supplier which sometimes typing the name on google. Then prices could grow.. Now is without difference.
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Post by markz » Jan 21 2016 4:08pm

Not quite sure where the previous posters are going with their comments. From what I gather, theres a picture of the name instead of it written out. I ran into that too when I tried to copy and paste the name to find the discharge rate of the battery, but I didnt question it, I just typed it out in my search engine.
Gros21 wrote:am i right in thinking these wont suit a high discharge application
I am going from memory here, but if you put more cells in parallel, then these 10A discharge cells (or cans), would add up.
For example, IIRC if you have a 15S5P (75 cells), you are good for 50A discharge at whatever voltage 15S is. Why? because its 5P, so 5 x 10A discharge is 50A. If its 20S10P (200 cells) , then you are good for 100A, and whatever voltage 20S is. I think they are 3.65-3.7Vmax, I could be wrong. The lower the C-rate (that you pull from your batteries) the longer your cells will last. I take a page out of other experienced E.S. users comment(s), again IIRC, some mention they like to use a very high Ah pack, because A) this reduces the stress on the batteries, plus B) it gives them a lot of headroom to just ride and return with juice left over, and C) not charge as often when doing milk runs (short rides).
If you need high power density (W/kg) rather than high energy density (Wh/kg) cells than you will have to go with LiPo.
You have to know what you are doing when dealing with LiPo or any other battery for that matter. LiPo's are a great battery, tons of power and cheap. Any battery can burn down your house, or garage. I personally think hard metal cans are better than ziplock pouches. Of course I am being sarcastic with the word ziplock, but they are still pouches.

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Post by bowlofsalad » Jan 21 2016 4:58pm

tumich wrote:Guys, due to before supplier which sometimes typing the name on google. Then prices could grow.. Now is without difference.
What I think he is saying is his supplier will find this advertisement and increase his pricing for some reason, I wonder if the fear isn't being removed as a middle man, these are best case scenarios to me.

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Post by circuit » Jan 22 2016 2:01am

bowlofsalad wrote:
tumich wrote:Guys, due to before supplier which sometimes typing the name on google. Then prices could grow.. Now is without difference.
What I think he is saying is his supplier will find this advertisement and increase his pricing for some reason, I wonder if the fear isn't being removed as a middle man, these are best case scenarios to me.
Also it is possible, that supplier sees how much more expensive it is possible to resell :)
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Post by tumich » Jan 22 2016 7:01am

Ok haters. Now all model names are without images ;)
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Post by circuit » Jan 22 2016 9:26am

Haha, don't worry tumich, we are just trolling. Do what you think is best for you. By the way I am also considering buying some cells, when I'm ready.
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Post by Offroader » Jan 22 2016 3:46pm

I don't know why guys want his batteries to be searchable. Wouldn't it be better for this deal to stay with us and not anyone searching the internet and coming here.

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