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Golisi Batteries Review

Updated on: 2017-09-27

The Batteries Included In This Review

  • Golisi IMR 18650 S30
  • Golisi IMR 18650 G25
  • Golisi IMR 18650 G30
  • Golisi IMR 26650

Golisi IMR 18650 S30

This is Golisi’s top of the line battery, they call it the pro series. This is a high performance 186050 battery that Golisi claims can be charged more than 800 times. They also claim that compared to traditional batteries, it’s much more powerful, environmentally friendly safer, and more economical to use.

The capacity of this battery is 3500 mAh. The CDR on this battery is a claimed 35 amps. It has a maximum charging current of 2 amps. Some of the features that are included are a separated positive pole and a separated negative pole to avoid any short circuits. Once the battery is short-circuited, it stops working immediately. It also has internal protection sheets to avoid over discharging and overcharging. Golisi claims that they have built-in protections that guard against leaking and explosions.

Golisi Batteries S30

So far, I have not been able to find any individual test that verifies the numbers and the performance of this particular battery. I will say this, I have been using a set of S30’s for well over a month now and I am extremely happy with the performance. I seem to get a really nice performance when I use it on my high wattage dual 18650 mods. The battery life on this set has been excellent and so far, I am extremely satisfied. One thing that really impresses me about this and every other Golisi battery I have had so far is the wraps. They seem to be very well done and they are highly resistant to tearing. These wraps that Golisi uses just do not tear as easy as some of my other more traditional 18650 batteries. If you’re looking for a high-quality set of batteries that has some really nice performance, then I would definitely take a look at the Golisi S30’s.



  • Capacity: 3000mah
  • Voltage: 3.7V
  • Energy density: Volumetric: 567 Wh/l,
  • Gravimetric:194 Wh/kg
  • Charging current: max 2A
  • Charging method: CC-CV, (takes 1.5 hours to fully
  • charge one single S30 battery)
  • Charging temperature: 0~45 Celsius
  • Discharging temperature:-20~ 60 Celsius
  • Storage temperature: -20~50 Celsius

Golisi IMR 18650 G25

The Golisi 18650 G25 battery is a 2500 mAh battery. It also has a CDR of 25 amps. Golisi claims that even with only 20% of its power left, it will still crank out a CDC of 25 amps. Again, I have no way of verifying that because I just don’t have the equipment to do that type of testing. What I can say about the G25 is I have been running it in most of my regulated mods. I have been getting great battery life out of it and the performance has been nothing short of stellar.

Golisi Batteries G25



  • Nominal voltage: 3.7v
  • Max charging current: 2A
  • Max discharging current: 25A
  • Capacity: 2500mah
  • Type: IMR
  • Cell Size:Length: 65mm(L)x 18.27mm(D)

Golisi IMR 18650 G30

This is another high-drain battery from Golisi. It is the G30 and of course, it is an 18650 battery. Golisi has it rated at 3000 mAh and 25 amps. This was one the only 18650 battery that was supplied to me that I could actually find some independent test results on. Mooch has this battery rated at a CDR of 20 amps and a maximum vaping amp of 25. According to him, this battery is basically identical to the LG HG2. That’s not a bad thing because I have been vaping on those batteries for quite a few months now and I have definitely enjoyed the performance of them. This is a good solid battery for any regulated mod.

Golisi Batteries G30



  • Rated Capacity: 3000mAh (0.5 CA Discharge)
  • Rated Voltage: 3.7V
  • Internal Resistance: ≤60mΩ (with PTC
  • Cut-off Discharge Voltage: 2.7V
  • Charge Upper Limit Voltage: 4.20±0.05V
  • Standard Charging Circuit: 0.2C A
  • Charging Circuit: 0.5C A
  • Standard Discharging Circuit: 0.2C A
  • Fast Discharging Current: 0.5C A
  • Max Discharging Current: 1C A
  • Max Discharge: 25A
  • Operational Temperature: Charge (0 ~ 45°C); Discharge (-20 ~ 60°C)
  • Storage Temperature: Within a month (-5 ~ 35°C); Within six months (0 ~ 35°C)

Golisi IMR 26650

This is the battery that a lot of Geekvape Aegis owners will be very familiar with. This is the same exact one that comes included with that mod if in fact, you purchase it that way. This is the gold wrapped Golisi 26650 battery. Golisi has this battery rated at 4300 mAh and 35 amps. This is another battery that independent testing was available for and of course, I went to the guy who does all the hard work in our community Battery Mooch. He has this battery rated at 4200 mAh and 31 amps. According to him, it is almost identical to the Aspire 26650 and it does run a few degrees cooler than the iJoy 26650. Definitely a great cell to own if you have some 26650 mods. I do have quite a few and I have been using these batteries with all of them. I have been extremely happy with the battery life and the performance that I get from this cell.

Golisi Batteries IMR



  • Model: 26650
  • Capacity: 4300mAh
  • Voltage: 3.7V
  • Max intermittent discharge current: 50A
  • Max continuous discharge current: 35A
  • Charging temperature: 0 – 45 Celsius
  • Discharging temperature:-20 – 60 Celsius
  • Storage temperature: -20 – 50 Celsius



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