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AW 17670 Protected Rechargeable Lithium Battery

AW 17670 Protected Rechargeable Lithium Battery

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Part Number:AW17670P

17670 Protected Battery

Protected Rechargeable Lithium Batteries and Chargers and from LightHound

Rechargeable Lithium batteries are rapidly becoming a very economical way to lower the operating costs of Lithium-Powered flashlights. We offer a number of different options in order to meet any rechargeable needs. All of the batteries on this page are Protected batteries with 4.2 volts max voltage and 3.6-3.7 volts nominal voltage. Please read the Rechargeable Lithium Battery Info Page for more information.

Pila Battery Size Chart:

Note: Pila changed the model names, the 168 has become the 600, the 150 has become the 300

18650 = 168A or 600A

17650 / 70 = 168S or 600S

18500 = 150A or 300A

17500 = 150S or 300S


Due to new postal regulations, we are not allowed to ship these batteries outside of the United States, including APO and FPO addresses.  We will remove these batteries from any international or restricted orders and ship the rest of the items.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

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I've been using these batteries for over a year now in my Surefire P2X Fury, with very good results. They have almost exactly the same run time as the two disposable CR123A batteries normally used in this light. Seeking a rechargeable solution, I used the K2 Energy Lithium-Phosphate batteries that are the only rechargeables Surefire warrants for use in their CR123A flashlights, getting 45% of the run time from those vis-a-vis the disposables. Another thing that finally made me dump the K2 Energy batteries altogether was that the negative terminals would eventually cave in over only a month or two to the point that the batteries became unusable. This second problem was a total deal breaker. I ordered these, and now I'm a happy camper. I get slightly more run time (about ten minutes) with these AW17670P batteries than with the disposables. More importantly, the negative terminals on the AW batteries are extremely rigid, so I know I'll be able to use them for the hundreds of charge/discharge cycles they are designed to yield. One small comment I would make is that they are a very snug fit in my Surefire P2X Fury, meaning I need to give them a gentle nudge to slide in all the way, then tap the back end of the light gently after unscrewing the tailcap to get the battery all the way out. If the AW batteries were even slightly bigger, they wouldn't fit at all, but there is no evidence of damage to the tough vinyl wrap or label after I've used them, recharged, then used them again dozens of times. I also have a Surefire 6PLED Defender that also ordinarily takes two CR123s, and these batteries slide right in and out with no resistance at all, so not all Surefire CR123 battery flashlights have the exact same internal diameter.
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Reviewed by:  from Indiana. on 11/26/2014

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