18650 Positive Terminal Insulator - 6 Pack
Keep your batteries safe by using these terminal insulators. They come in black & white and the back is sticky to keep them in place.
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Posted by David Check on 11th Aug 2016
When you compare these to the insulators that come on even good batteries (vtc4's HB6's 25R's) they are much more substantial. Stock is like a very thin plastic material (almost like a thin 3.5" floppy disk), these are more like rubber and almost twice as thick (not too thick, were talking nano-meters here) Also, they have a sticky side, so there is no chance of moving. This is a very important part of the battery, all that separates you from a hard-short is about 0.1mm and this insulator. I re-wrap all batteries used for mech-mods and add these every time!
Posted by Mike W on 21st Jun 2016
Good insulators and they fit perfectly. Nice adhesive on the back side to aid in alignment.
Posted by Mike on 18th Apr 2016
Not much one can say about + insulators, but these are good. I like that they are slightly adhesive on the back side. Makes them easier to keep in place while re-wrapping your batts.
Posted by Jhusten on 1st Apr 2016
Haven't used them yet, but I have them just in case. I mean why not get them?
Posted by christy on 8th Mar 2016
A lot of battery terminal inserts aren't sticky on either side so when I try to wrap my battery they fly off. It really stinks but these do have that sticky side so I didn't have to worry about that!!
They also fit perfectly on my 18650 batteries and were very easy to use.
Perfect for diy battery wrapping!
Posted by Unknown on 29th Feb 2016
I haven't used them yet but them seem very quality I use a hair dryer to rewrap my 18650s and the Insulator tends to go flying so it makes me feel better knowing I have these spares
appreciate what all u guys do at kp great service
Posted by mark poupard on 25th Jan 2016
I bought these as a precaution when I run my mechs in hybrid. My SMPL specifically. It doesnt do much since the 510 connection is the only thing thats making contact but it couldnt hurt to have that insulator there. Battery wraps can wear down and since the whole mod is copper there is a big margin for error, this give me some piece of mind.
Plus is adds a small amount to the battery so my switch isnt all sucked up into the tube.