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LiitoKala LifePO4
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Hello!, Anyone has a experience with tish type of cells? I want to build an ebike battery with this. I have 6 of them in home and with the test that im doing i think that they are very good. But i dont know if they can last more than typycal chinease cells, without loosing capacity. Anyone have a batery with this cells? Thank you all, and sorry for my bad english Smile



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any one?
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Never used them... but they do look interesting.

I like how the 4 pack price is $14.44 , which is just about its full charge voltage haha.

Used A123 cells are also an option.
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Littokala is known to market a LOT of counterfeit cells. That's why you now see the ones that look like Samsung, LG, etc with Litto stickers over top. I have never used them myself, but would strongly not buying those and buy a reputable brand name instead, like Samsung, LG, Panasonic, etc.
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(04-29-2020, 11:50 PM)mike Wrote: Littokala is known to market a LOT of counterfeit cells. That's why you now see the ones that look like Samsung, LG, etc with Litto stickers over top. I have never used them myself, but would strongly not buying those and buy a reputable brand name instead, like Samsung, LG, Panasonic, etc.
The problem is that i need LifePO4 cells and i dont find cells with a razonable price...

(04-29-2020, 12:47 AM)Crimp Daddy Wrote: Never used them... but they do look interesting.

I like how the 4 pack price is $14.44 , which is just about its full charge voltage haha.

Used A123 cells are also an option.
Yes, i look for some A123 used cells but here in spain is very difcult to buy. In batteryhoukup it cost more the shipping that the cells. Apart of that i need more space with that ones because i need to put more in parallel, for more capacity. At the moment, the liitokala give me 6.1Ah with 20A of current. And with 1A, 6.2Ah, so it seem like is a "good" battery... I see some cycle life test to some 18650 liitokala cells and it seems quite good.
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