The Subohm SE 18650 battery
One thing that always worries us are batteries. It may be the one category we are the most paranoid over. Having said that, it is no surprise that our next move would be to launch our own batteries, to ensure high quality customer satisfaction and to calm down our own peace of mind. We are proud to introduce the Subohm SE 18650 batteries.
The SE model
The SE stands for our standard batteries and its our first battery on the market.
PS: Scratch code included.
SUBOHM.COM recommends to never discharge li-ion battery below 3.3V under load.
Nor can we recommend their use for under 0.15Ω.
- Nominal Capcity: 2500 mAh
- Nominal Voltage: 3.7V
- Discharge End Voltage: 2.5V
- Standard Charging Current: 1.25A
- Charging Voltage: 4.20+-0.05V
- Max. Continuous Discharging Current: 20A
- Max. Pulse Discharging Current: 30A
How to take care of your Subohm SE 18650 battery
- Charge fully to 4.2V before first use.
- If the PVC wrap is damaged, stop using it.
- Do not store or carry the battery with other metal objects. It can cause a short and could potentially explode.
- Never force the battery into a mod or charger. You can damage the connectors of the battery.
- Do not use an old and a new battery cell with each other. If you do use a setup that requires dual batteries, make sure to pair them up and mark them accordingly. Always use the same pair together and switch both batteries between every charge.
- Use only high quality external battery chargers.
- Do not expose them to heat.
- Do not short the positive and negative battery terminals (which is done by a connection between the top and bottom contacts).
- Keep battery that is not in use in a plastic holder (or any insulating [plastic] container completely sealed).
- Do not charge battery over 4.2V (another reason to use high quality battery charger).
- Do not charge unattended.
- Do not store your li-ion batteries fully charged (for extended period of time | 1 month and longer).
- Store in cold and dry place at approximately 3.6-3.7V (storage charge).
- After battery is discharged – don’t leave it discharged => charge it as soon as possible.