Specs on the 25r are for continuous drain such as a flashlight. Remember these are "SAFE CHEMISTRY" batteries which means they don't "blow up" as people seem to believe or can't get it out of their head anyway.
I personally have used these batteries quite frequently at super sub ohm being responsible and checking the charge on the batteries not letting them get below 3.6 before recharging. Just because I don't want the batteries too drained, not for fear of anything getting hot.
Safety is always best and depending on the RDA and Mod your using its all a factor you can get nice clouds at a .2-.3 vape all day, I'm not saying chain vaping as that will strain your 25r or any battery, but regular vaping at .15 a 25r will last me all day.
Specs are Not considered on a battery for pulse vaping.
Its the lack of practical application actual use of these batteries and such that feeds big tobaccos agenda imo.
That being said if we are going express a opinion perhaps it should be a bit more researched.
Safety is always first ohm meters well charged batteries, maintain your equipment.
In light of the new testing going on ATM to be on the safe side I would suggest staying at .2 or above perhaps until we figured out the formaldehyde reality.
That would certainly be more realistic a concern then the improbability of a battery having problems but you want to be aware as I said of your charge of your battery to maintain its life.
Congrats on no smoking.