The Hohm Sherlock 20700 Battery by Hohm Tech is a rechargeable 20700 battery. It has a 3116mAh capacity, a 4.25V Max Voltage, and a 30.7A continuous discharge rate. Includes a silicone battery cover, which is to be kept on the battery whenever it is not in your device or on an external battery charger.
WARNING: Requires an external battery charger, do NOT charge through your device’s update port.
WARNING: Always keep batteries in a protective cover when they are not in your device or on an external battery charger.
Nominal Capacity: 3116mAh
Maximum Voltage: 4.25V
30.7A Continuous Discharge Rate
40.6A Maximum Discharge Rate
– If using a device that requires more than one battery, pair your batteries!
– For their first use, fully drain (discharge) your new batteries until completely dead and fully charge them the first time they are charged.
– When not in your device or on your charger you must store them in protective silicone covers.
– If the battery becomes dented or the wrap becomes torn, replace your battery immediately!
– Only charge your batteries in an external port charger. Do not charge them in your device.
– Store your batteries in a cool, dry place. Avoid contact with loose metals such as keys and coins.
– Stay hydrated!!!!
WARNING: LI-ION CELLS HAVE INHERENT RISKS IF MISUSED OR MISHANDLED. CELL CAN EXPLODE CAUSING SEVERE BURN INJURY, FATALITY, AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. – READ BELOW THOROUGHLY –
CELL = BATTERY
KEEP OUT OF REACH of anyone under 18 years of age, AND pets.
DO NOT PUT IN FIRE, oven, microwave, or expose to anything over 100oC (212oF)
DO NOT CARRY or store OUTSIDE of its protective packaging or a PROTECTIVE CELL CASE.
DO NOT PUT IN POCKET, bag, purse, or anywhere WITH METAL OBJECTS including COINS and KEYS. Otherwise, cell(s) could short-circuit and explode.
DO NOT PUT A DEVICE WITH CELL(S) INSTALLED IN POCKET or ON YOUR BODY. As unlikely as it may be, a device can malfunction, have a defect, internal damage, and/or be affected by conductive debris or object(s) in the pocket that can overload or short-circuit cell causing it to explode.
DO NOT USE IN A DEVICE THAT CAN EXCEED MAX CELL WATTAGE (W) or AMPERAGE (A) (listed on each cell and retail packaging). Otherwise, this can overload a cell, causing it to explode.
DO NOT USE A LOWER RESISTANCE (Ω) # (listed on each cell and retail packaging). Otherwise, this can overload cell, causing it to explode.
DO NOT USE CELL WITH ANY DAMAGE TO ITS STRUCTURE OR OUTER PROTECTIVE LABEL (also called “WRAP”, “sleeve”, “skin”). Damage may include: dent(s), tear(s), nick(s), puncture(s), corrosion, or any other undisclosed abnormalities or damages. Otherwise, a cell can short-circuit and explode. ALWAYS INSPECT cell VISUALLY and by TOUCH to SEE/FEEL for damage BEFORE EACH USE. ** SEE PHOTO GALLERY ILLUSTRATION AS GUIDELINE. **
DO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDED WHILE CHARGING, & REMOVE CELL(s) FROM CHARGER ONCE FULLY CHARGED to ensure it is not exposed to any potential charger malfunction such as overcharging which could damage the cell causing it to explode.
DO NOT CHARGE HIGHER THAN MAX CHARGE VOLTAGE (V) (typically 4.2V) or DISCHARGE BELOW MAX VOLTAGE CUT-OFF(V) (typically 2.5V). Overcharging or over-discharging cell(s) can cause irreversible damage and cause it to explode.
DO NOT MIX WITH USED or DIFFERENT BATTERY TYPES. Differences in cell capacity can lead to one or more cell(s) being overcharged or over-discharged.
IF USING A MULTI-CELL DEVICE, the device MUST HAVE A NON-CONDUCTIVE BARRIER (typically plastic) OR FITMENT that PREVENTS CELL(S) from TOUCHING THE SIDE(S) OF ONE ANOTHER OR ANY ADJACENT METAL except for the very center of top and bottom of the cell. Otherwise, cell(s) could short-circuit and explode.
ALWAYS use, connect, charge, and operate cell(s) within their capabilities as listed on each cell, packaging, and product detail pages, while adhering to the device’s user manual.
COMPLETELY READ and follow the WARNING section listed on each cell, packaging, and here, in its entirety.
SEARCH www.YouTube.com for “18650 EXPLOSIONS” to understand the importance of consistently taking safety precautions and using Li-ion cells properly. Hohm Tech advocates recycling and replacing any damaged Li-ion cell/battery. As a tool to find your LOCAL RECYCLE CENTER. Or visit Hohm Tech Warranty Center for recycling and replacement. Your safety is #1.