I had better ones like mxjo.
But I bought 6 batteries of these. It’s as good as it gets.
Posted by Mercy on Aug 24, 2018
Junk, cant get more then half day. Went to local vap shop and bought eleaf purple batteries.
Dont go with cheap knock offs
Posted by Zena on Jun 19, 2018
So I found some cheaper elsewhere....bought them only to realize the battery life is not the same as the ones I originally bought from here. So save your money and time, get your batteries here they are authentic LG
good shape and decent package
Posted by Laith Dabbas on Jun 07, 2018
still have those for less than a month so far so good
LG HG2 Brownies
Posted by Elizabeth on May 11, 2018
Best batteries ever! Most mAh and longest lasting 18650. These even last as long as my IJoy 20700s! My favorite battery and I have 6 pairs of these. Love them!
top of the line
Posted by pegasus on Jan 15, 2018
I have over 20 mods and have these LG HG2's for over 2 years Now the first set have been used almost every day and recharged hundreds of times and they are finally done won't hold a charge and have very low power. I have used other batteries that work well but none better than these when you consider the longevity and the amount of power they have
Posted by mike morgan on Dec 12, 2017
A good batteries
Get em while you still can.
Posted by KC on Sep 05, 2017
Brownies are great. Being discontinued so get them quickly. Trustworthy in mech mods as long as you know what you're doing. All appearance and performance indicates this vendor sells authentic (not rewraps).
The LG HG2 is an 18650 Flat Top Battery that will work well with your VW/VV mods! It has a Max Continuous Discharge of 20A and a max pulse of 35amp with a capacity of 3000mAh.
Nominal Capacity: 3000mAh
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Discharge End Voltage: 2.5V
Standard Charging Current: 1A
Max Charging Current: 4A
Charging Voltage: 4.20+-0.05V
Max. Continuous Discharging Current: 20A
1x LG HG2 18650 20A 3000mAh Battery
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