- rechargeable batteries
I am struggling with these rechargeable batteries. In my one battery units, they don't last very long at all. When I first put the battery in the unit, the high beam won't work. After a while only the high beam works. I can click on the low beam then it quickly goes to high beam but harly ever clicks back to low beam. In a little while the light uses up all its energy In most of my one battery units I have gone back to lithium batteries.
They work much better in the two battery units but the high out beam doesn't last as log as the lithium batteries. But the run time is acceptable in thse units using rechargeable batteries.
Reviewed by H Brewer (Posted on 10/11/13)
I did not do a electrical test - but these rechargables have not lost a lot of its charged state. I use them in all my sf led flashlights.
Reviewed by mike (Posted on 10/11/13)
- SF2R-CB Batteries
the good part, they are worth the money due it is much cheaper than buying batteries every month.
the only bad part, they don't seem hold on to a charge very long after you use them a few times.
overall, I have no regret buying these batteries and the charger. I highly suggest buying another 2 batteries so you will never have a issue.
Reviewed by kevin moran (Posted on 10/11/13)
- Best way to save some money.
This is by far the best thing I have bought for my flashlights. Rechargeable batteries are easy to use and saves you a lot of money in the long run.
Reviewed by Patrick P. (Posted on 10/11/13)
- an abrupt end
I love having rechargeable batteries. I feel like I'm doing something good for the environment. These batteries don't last very long and when they quit they go without any warning. Keep an extra set on hand or change your batteries on a regular basis.
Reviewed by Donna (Posted on 10/11/13)
- Enables me to use flashlight(s) far more often
I used to use my 123A powered flashlights for quick or urgent things. With two pairs of rechargables, I use it for anything and everything - shining light for 20 minutes down fiber cables to determine placement, etc.
Reviewed by Brendan Perez (Posted on 10/11/13)
- Like my Surefire Rechargeable Batteries
The batteries work well and so does the charger!
Reviewed by Jerry (Posted on 10/11/13)
- Good Product
I purchased those to replace my cr123a. As we all know, those cr123a is expensive. Those battery works very well.
Reviewed by Stephen Fan (Posted on 10/11/13)
These batteries provide the same output as conventional and are the best way to maintain a working fleet of flashlights without breaking the bank. I keep 2 spare sets for every flashing and change out on a regular weekly basis. Great Product!
Reviewed by Denny Lindsay (Posted on 10/11/13)
- SureFire Rechargeable Batteries
These are exceptional rechargeable. I use them for my SureFire Head lamp and my SureFire Flashlight. They charge fast and hold their charge very well.
I have two sets and could not do without them.
Reviewed by Shiv Verma (Posted on 10/11/13)
Do not use LFP 123A batteries with incandescent illumination tools. See Restrictions below.
These two LFP 123A lithium-phosphate rechargeable batteries—which retain approximately 50% of their original capacity even after 500 charging cycles—will power SureFire illumination tools that use disposable 123A lithium batteries. The runtime of these LFP 123A lithium-phosphate batteries is about 50% of that provided by disposable 123A lithium batteries; maximum output levels are typically not affected. Use of these rechargeable batteries can result in a cost savings over time, depending on usage habits. Recharge only with AC/DC charger included with SF2R-KIT01, sold separately.
- LFP 123A lithium-phosphate rechargeable batteries provide hundreds of charging cycles
- Use of LFP 123A batteries can result in cost savings over time, compared to disposable 123A lithium batteries
- AC/DC charger sold separately
Warning: As with disposable 123A lithium batteries, do not mix rechargeable LFP 123A lithium-phosphate batteries with other types or brands of batteries, including but not limited to 123A lithium batteries.
Rechargeable LFP 123A batteries are only to be used to power LED illumination products (built to use 123A lithium batteries) and NOT those featuring incandescent lamps. The initial elevated voltage of these rechargeable batteries, immediately after charging, may cause the filament contained within an incandescent lamp to break or “burn out."