Sony 18650 VTC4 2100mAh 30A Battery
If you are into mechanical mods and rebuildable atomizers, then you may have already know that the 30A Sony VTC4 battery is one of the most reliable LiMn batteries in the vape industry. This high drain/high capacity 2100mAh 18650 battery is always in high demand and EVCigarettes only carries authentic Sony VTC4s. The list price is for 1 battery, but you can order as many as we carry prior to the next shortage.
The VTC4 reliably provides hours of vaping throughout the day, and yields a consistent performance from your vape setup. More importantly, the VTC4 is one of the safest batteries available. The safer chemistry of LiMN 3.7V rechargeable batteries do not require a protection circuit and they also have a reduced risk of venting with flame or explosion. This makes the Sony VTC4 a favorite for all of the sub-ohm vapers out there.
Charging the VTC4
The Sony VTC4 battery can be charged with any charger that has a 4.2V output, though we recommend using a smart/intelligent charger for the best results. The IMR cells in a VTC4 have a lower internal resistance than most Li-Ion 3.7V varieties, so the battery may end up with a higher ending voltage when charged in certain chargers, especially with older chargers such as an older WF-139. It is best to check the voltage of your battery with a Multimeter to see whether the battery is charging over 4.20V. Overcharging your battery over 4.25V and discharging below 2.5V can also shorten the life cycle. Anything over 4.5V can damage the battery.
Take care not to overcharge the Sony VTC4 battery; unplug the battery from the charger when it is done charging and don’t leave batteries charging overnight. Do not over-discharge either, and you should recharge the battery when it is empty. Otherwise the battery may be damaged. Do not short circuit the battery, and never dispose of in fire.
Price is for one (1) battery.
IMPORTANT NOTE: These IMR cells have much lower internal resistance than regular Li-Ion 3.7V cells and they may end up with a higher ending voltage when charged in certain chargers (especially older versioins of the WF-139 charger). Please check the voltage of your 18650 IMR battery right out of the charger with a Multimeter to see if they are above 4.20V when fully charged with your charger. These batteries should never be discharged below 2.5 volts or the life cycle and performance will be reduced.. Overcharging above 4.25V may shorten life/cycles. Batteries that read above 4.5 volts may be damaged and we recommend to discontinue use of the charger. DO NOT use the charger if it is overcharging IMR cells. For best results and battery life expectancy, we highly recommend using an Intelligent Charger such as our Efest Bio Charger or LUC LCD Chargers for charging all your Li-Ion type batteries.
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Posted by shad knight on 9th Oct 2014
thanks so much for the great service fast shipping and always being so nice and pleasant to talk to what a place thank you
Posted by Marc on 17th Jun 2014
Sony is famous for having safe batteries. These VTC4's are just awesome, can't go wrong with the 30amp limit and just the right amount of mAh.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Apr 2014
If you have done any research on what batteries you'll need for a mech/subohming, I'm sure these batteries have come up.
I use these in my mech for 6-8 hour shifts at work, taking 3-5 smoke breaks, and they still stay up to ~3.8-3.7v when I get home.
Plenty of power, plenty of headroom, plenty of life. Treat these batteries with respect, use some common sense, and they are sure to serve you very well.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Mar 2014
considering ordering more
kick ass vape on .3 ohm build!
Posted by B Light on 14th Mar 2014
Great for sub ohms
Posted by Junior on 11th Mar 2014
I was using the smaller batteries bc of the size of the mod. But I wanted to use the bigger batteries so I wouldn't have to change em often, no complaints about this battery last me all day
Posted by nate on 21st Feb 2014
It's a vtc4 that's all I have to say. Killer battery for sub ohm builds.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Jan 2014
great batteries. performing as expected. first charge took a while but from other people i talk to, this seems normal
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