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Where is the best place to sell 18650 Li-Ion batteries/cells?
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I've just heard that eBay are starting to clamp down on selling of 18650 cells.

I presume that this is due to the vast number of fakes that are floating the market, as well as poor quality cells (e.g. XXXXfire, GTF/GTL, Castnoo etc) that just cannot cope with any sort of reasonable discharge current and/or any decent capacity.

Until a couple of months ago, I was selling 18650s on eBay quite regularly. I stopped selling them for a short while because I didn't have any available to sell, but I will start off again soon. They will be 18650 cells harvested from laptop battery packs - usually low to medium current Samsungs/LGs/Panasonics/Sanyos/Sonys etc (basically whatever they build laptops with). All will of course be tested and capacity checked using suitable equipment.

I am UK based so please don't suggest anywhere that is purely US based, or international to the UK; I will not ship batteries internationally due to their nature (and due to the various regulations about flying with anything battery powered).

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!


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#2
The marketplace here works https://secondlifestorage.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=20 . photo of cells, state that you are UK based., a plus would be photos of testing cells/cell testing equipment. Read the guideline at top of marketplace

later floyd
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#3
Prices kept going down for 18650s.

To increase chances of a good sale you should offer additional services like consultancy.

I do that, I put a consultancy text on my cell sale announcement, split cells into power groups (ICR INR and INR-HC/IMR) and offered to help when someone wants to make a project with 18650 cells.
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