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    Default EVOD Battery Recall

    Thread here: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...ry-recall.html

    Kanger's statement from their website here:

    Electronic Cigarette,kanger,E-Cigarette,E-Cigs,quit smoking,Health Cigarette

    (basically affects certain models purchased from Heaven's Gifts early on... see the Kanger statement for details)

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    TY Sonic for staying on top of this (or getting to the bottom of it )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Lee View Post
    why kanger's e-cigarette so famous? seems like everyone knows it.
    because generally they do make good ecig accessories and batts

    im using their evod mt bcc clearos and i love the convenience it offers, only downside is the small wicks in the attys which tend to get gunked up pretty quick

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    Kanger seems like a reputable company with well made and designed products, voluntary recalls are good.

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    Yeah it's always nice to see a business take action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dietcoke View Post
    Kanger seems like a reputable company with well made and designed products, voluntary recalls are good.
    I hope all companies that have a product with a problem follow after them. All we need is something to start a fire or blow up and give the government more to feed off.

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    Really sucks

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    whats the highest mah you guys know of thats an 18650 like over 3000 mah and where can i get one

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotmantis? View Post
    whats the highest mah you guys know of thats an 18650 like over 3000 mah and where can i get one
    3400 is the highest that I'm aware of and just about any vape store has them. You can even get them on amazon.com or eBay.

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    I saw on another site where a lady didn't turn her e-cig off before putting it in her purse and it caught on fire. I used to do the same thing before reading the article.
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