Whithout the nominal voltage and a curve it's a little "foggy"

But the Wh/kg looks realy good, if the discharge is as good as the "older" cells:

TS LSP:

1,4V x 600Ah / 5,3kg = 158,49Wh/kg

1,5V x 600Ah / 5,3kg = 169,81Wh/kg

2,0V x 600Ah / 5,3kg = 226,42Wh/kg

TS LYP:

3,2V x 160Ah / 5,6kg = 91,43Wh/kg

3,3V x 160Ah / 5,6kg = 94,29Wh/kg

3,4V x 160Ah / 5,6kg = 97,14Wh/kg

CALB SE 180:

3,3V x 180Ah / 5,6kg = 106,07Wh/kg

3,4V x 180Ah / 5,6kg = 109,29Wh/kg

I took different voltages because of different meanings about the nominal voltages. So everyone could get his own advantages.

EDIT: got the wrong kg at CALB and corrected it now.