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Battery wrapping

Discussion in 'How To's and Guides Only' started by SH-91, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. Cozy

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    Hair dryer, oven glove done in 3mins, it is satisfying when you finish your first one, 2nd attempt worked for me, just them pesky insulators on the positive end flying off, you did remember to put the insulator back on
     
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    I was looking out for it when I took the wrap off but it was glued in, I double checked the wrap too & it wasn't it there to make sure

    It's a Fogstar cell so I guess that's what Ben does
     
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    I double wrap my batteries , not 100% sure its completely safe , but ive had no issues what so ever, just throwing that caveat in there.

    Havent had a single rip since i did it and also obviously gets rid of the insulator issue.
     
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    Yeah, I don't think there's anything wrong with that so long as it's not so thick the battery doesn't go into your mod
     
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    Just use a hair dryer dude
     
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    :2thumbsup:
     
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    u can buy them
     
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    Re-wrapping 21700's is a bit tricky, noticed I always get a slightly raised seam.
     
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    For those of us who don't have a hairdryer in the house are there other options?
     
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    Hot air gun, paint stripper type as temp can be controlled.
     
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