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  • AceBeam 18650 Rechargeable Battery - 3100mAh 3.6V 20A

    AceBeam 18650 Rechargeable Battery – 3100mAh 3.6V 20A

    R269

    3.7V
    3100mAh Capacity
    20A Max. Current

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  • Soshine CR123A 3.0V Primary Lithium Battery - 2 Pack

    Soshine CR123A 3.0V Primary Lithium Battery – 2 Pack

    R129

    CR123A model can replace for CR123, CR17345, K123A, VL123A, DL123A,5018LC, EL123AP, SF123 and SF123A. Lasts up to 5 times longer than alkaline batteries in digital cameras, and up to 3 times longer in other cameras and flash applications.

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    Zartek ZA-469 USB Rechargeable Spotlight – 2500 lumen

    R1,299

    Zartek ZA-469 USB Rechargeable Spotlight – 2500 lumen Light up the night with the┬áZartek ZA-469 USB Rechargeable Spotlight. This flashlight features an amazing light power of up to 2500 lumens making it feel like night had never fallen. The Zartek ZA-469 USB Rechargeable Spotlight weighs only 500g making it a really lightweight spotlight to carry…

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  • Soshine Li-ion 18650 2600mAh USB Protected Battery

    Soshine Li-ion 18650 2600mAh USB Protected Battery

    R149

    The battery can be charged by its own USB port and by the charger as well. A protective circuit is built into the anode. Battery height only 68.5 mm.

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  • Soshine 18350 Li-ion 3.7V 1000mAh Battery

    Soshine 18350 Li-ion 3.7V 1000mAh Battery

    R99

    The Soshine 18350 Li-ion 3.7V 1000mAh Battery provides an excellent continuous power source to your device.

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  • Soshine ICR16340 650mAh 3.0V Rechargeable Battery

    Soshine ICR16340 650mAh 3.0V Rechargeable Battery

    R299

    Can replace for 3.0V CR123, CR17345. The voltage of full charge & empty condition is 4.2v & 2.75v respectively.

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  • Soshine 3.7v 700mah USB Rechargeable Battery - 2 PackSoshine 3.7v 700mah USB Rechargeable Battery - 2 Pack

    Soshine 3.7v 700mah USB Rechargeable Battery – 2 Pack

    R299

    The Soshine 3.7v 700mah USB Rechargeable Battery is perfect for use with flashlights and can be charged via USB.

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  • Soshine 10440 AAA 350mAh 3.7V Batteries - 2 Pack

    Soshine 10440 AAA 350mAh 3.7V Batteries – 2 Pack

    R149

    The Soshine 10440 AAA 350mAh 3.7V Batteries are great for household electronics.

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  • Soshine Ni-MH Rechargeable AA 2700mAh Batteries - 2 Pack

    Soshine Ni-MH Rechargeable AA 2700mAh Batteries – 2 Pack

    R169

    The Soshine Ni-MH Rechargeable AA 2700mAh Batteries are great for household electronics.

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  • Soshine Ni-MH Rechargeable AAA/Micro 1100mAh Batteries - 2 Pack

    Soshine Ni-MH Rechargeable AAA/Micro 1100mAh Batteries – 2 Pack

    R99

    Soshine AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries are great for use in your remote controls, shaver, alarm clock, mouse and other electronics.

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  • Soshine CR2 3V Lithium Battery - 2 Pack

    Soshine CR2 3V Lithium Battery – 2 Pack

    R139

    All Soshine batteries have Technology which is more powerful & efficient than any ever made. It can handles extreme temperatures for greater performance & dependability.

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  • Soshine CD1 Pro 4 Bay Battery Charger

    Soshine CD1 Pro 4 Bay Battery Charger

    R799

    The Soshine CD1 Pro 4 Bay Battery Charger features ultra fast charging With current of 1A @ 12V 2A input adaptor, Battery can be charged 4 times faster than normal.

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  • Soshine 18650 USB Rechargeable Battery - 3600mah

    Soshine 18650 USB Rechargeable Battery – 3600mah

    R299

    The Soshine 18650 USB Rechargeable Battery features a Micro-USB charging port with LED to indicate if battery is done charging.

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  • Imalent MS12, R90C, R70C, DX80 Carry Bag

    Imalent MS12, R90C, R70C, DX80 Carry Bag

    R499

    The Imalent MS12, R90C, R70C, DX80 Carry Bag is a handy flashlight ideal for everyday use.

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How to Choose Batteries for Your LED Flashlight

When it comes to choosing the right batteries for your LED flashlight, there are several important factors to consider. Not all batteries are created equal, and choosing the wrong ones can lead to poor performance, shorter battery life, and even damage to your flashlight. In this article, we will guide you through the process of selecting the best batteries for your LED flashlight.

Types of Batteries

There are several types of batteries available in the market, each with its advantages and disadvantages. The most common types of batteries used in LED flashlights are alkaline, lithium-ion, and rechargeable batteries.

Alkaline Batteries

Alkaline batteries are the most widely used batteries for flashlights due to their low cost and easy availability. They are available in various sizes, including AAA, AA, C, D, and 9V. However, they have a shorter lifespan than other battery types and may leak over time.

Lithium-Ion Batteries

Lithium-ion batteries are more expensive than alkaline batteries but offer several benefits. They have a higher energy density, longer lifespan, and are less prone to leakage. They are available in various sizes, including 18650 and CR123A.

Rechargeable Batteries

Rechargeable batteries can be an excellent choice for frequent flashlight users. They are more expensive upfront but can be recharged multiple times, making them more cost-effective in the long run. They are available in various chemistries, including nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and lithium-ion.

Capacity and Voltage

Capacity and voltage are critical factors to consider when choosing batteries for your LED flashlight.

Capacity

The capacity of a battery refers to the amount of energy it can store. The higher the capacity, the longer the battery will last. Capacity is measured in milliampere-hours (mAh), and it's essential to choose a battery with sufficient capacity for your flashlight.

Voltage

The voltage of a battery refers to the electrical potential difference between its positive and negative terminals. Most LED flashlights require batteries with a voltage of 1.5V or 3.7V. It's essential to check your flashlight's manual to ensure that the batteries you choose match the required voltage.

Battery Chemistry

Battery chemistry refers to the materials used in the battery's construction. Different battery chemistries have different advantages and disadvantages.

Alkaline Batteries

Alkaline batteries use an alkaline electrolyte, which reacts with zinc and manganese dioxide to produce electricity. They are inexpensive but have a shorter lifespan than other battery types.

Lithium-Ion Batteries

Lithium-ion batteries use a lithium cobalt oxide or lithium manganese oxide cathode, which allows them to store more energy than other battery types. They are more expensive than alkaline batteries but offer a longer lifespan.

Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) Batteries

NiMH batteries are rechargeable and have a longer lifespan than alkaline batteries. They are also more environmentally friendly, as they can be recycled. However, they have a lower energy density than lithium-ion batteries.

Battery Size

Choosing the right battery size is crucial to ensure that it fits your flashlight correctly. The most common battery sizes for LED flashlights are AAA, AA, CR123A, and 18650.

AAA and AA Batteries

AAA and AA batteries are the most common battery sizes for flashlights. They are widely available, inexpensive, and have a relatively high capacity. However, they may not provide sufficient power for high-performance flashlights.

CR123A Batteries

CR123A batteries are slightly larger than AAA and AA batteries and are commonly used in high-performance flashlights. They have a higher voltage and capacity than AAA and AA batteries, making them suitable for more demanding applications.

18650 Batteries

18650 batteries are larger than CR123A batteries and are commonly used in high-performance flashlights that require high power output. They have a higher capacity and voltage than other battery types, making them suitable for extended use.

Battery Life

Battery life refers to the amount of time a battery can power your flashlight before needing to be replaced or recharged. The battery life of your flashlight heavily depends on several factors, including the battery capacity, voltage, and the flashlight's power output.

Battery Recycling

Proper battery disposal is crucial to protect the environment and prevent hazardous chemicals from leaching into the soil and water. Many battery manufacturers offer recycling programs, and it's essential to dispose of your batteries responsibly.

Compatibility

It's crucial to ensure that the batteries you choose are compatible with your flashlight. Using the wrong batteries can damage your flashlight or even cause it to malfunction.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use rechargeable batteries in my LED flashlight?

Yes, rechargeable batteries can be an excellent choice for frequent flashlight users.

How often should I replace my flashlight batteries?

The frequency of battery replacement depends on several factors, including the battery capacity, voltage, and the flashlight's power output.

Can I use different types of batteries in my flashlight?

No, using the wrong type of battery can damage your flashlight or cause it to malfunction.

Can I recycle my used batteries?

Yes, many battery manufacturers offer recycling programs, and it's essential to dispose of your batteries responsibly.