"Li-Fe-PO4 Rechargeable: 18650 Cylindrical Cell 3.2V 1300 mAh, High Discharge (10C) Rate and safer than regular Li-Ion battery"
$6.75 USD for one battery.
I might have missed it, but I didn't see any chargers for this. The specs say charge to 3.8v. And they don't cite any greater cycle life than the normal 500 cycles of Li-CO, and only 10C discharge rate compared to a123's 30C. I wonder if they bothered doing those tests in the rush to get this to market? Or is the difference because these are not "nano phospate"?