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    Thanks, I was on the mobile site and must have been in the wrong section.
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    Ok, I have a question. I purchased a orginal vtube a few years back. I want to rehome it but want to make sure the spec's are correct on the battery. Can one use a panosonic IMR (gray) battery in the unit?
    I copied this post from something I found on ecf for clarification.
    ext up is the Apollo VTube Kit
    Apollo Product Showcase Thread-blackvtubekit.jpg
    Promotion: You can use code 'vtube30' to get 30% discount while our vtube stock lasts.
    The Apollo VTube is a perfect choice if you're looking for a ton of vapor and want the most control over your vaping experience. It lets you push the limits of your atomizers and cartomizers as you please, or you can turn down the voltage and use it as a regular (but very long-lasting) e-cigarette.

    The Apollo VTube is a specially designed variable voltage e-cigarette that provides you with variable vaping power with the easy click of a button. You can vary the voltage from 3 to 6 volts to fine-tune the sweet spot where your eliquid produces the most vapor, best flavor, and favorite amount of throat hit with your atomizer or cartomizer. It uses 510 threading, so you can use the included 510 atomizer and drip tip to drip in the eliquid as you go, or any other 510-threaded atomizer/cartomizer.


    The VTube has several features that distinguish it from our other Starter Kits:

    Adjustable between 3 and 6 volts (almost all other e-cigarette batteries range from 3.6 - 4.2 volts)
    Aluminum or copper body
    1 lock button to prevent it from activating when not in use
    1 voltage up button, 1 voltage down button
    Manual battery to control the length of your drag
    LCD screen, which shows the current voltage the device is set on
    510 threaded connection
    1 vented removable end cap w/ spring for battery tension
    Uses one 18650 (1600mah) or 18350 (700mah) flat top high drain battery depending on size (Regular or Mini)

    The Apollo VTube Kit comes with the following:

    1 variable-voltage Regular (5 inches) or Mini VTube (3.75 inches)
    1 black Apollo leather carry case
    1 High capacity 18650 rechargeable battery for the Regular VTube, or 18350 for the Mini VTube
    1 Battery charger
    1 Drip tip
    1 3.0-ohm high resistance 510 atomizer (We do not recommend using low resistance atomizer or cartomizers on VTubes. We recommend Apollo high-resistance DCT cartomizers or clearomizers)



    Note: The best batteries for the VTube are the Apollo VTube batteries we carry. If you need to use another one, make sure they are the correct model and have a flat top instead of a bump on top. Using a non-flat-top battery can damage the internals of the VTube.

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    If you have a V tube version1 (??) the grey panosnic IMR should work fine. Your best bet is go to our website,click on live chat, ask for Arvin. He can give you the complete dope. (I'm a chemist...what do I know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid-Chris View Post
    If you have a V tube version1 (??) the grey panosnic IMR should work fine. Your best bet is go to our website,click on live chat, ask for Arvin. He can give you the complete dope. (I'm a chemist...what do I know)

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    Its a V1 version. I thought panny's would work. Thanks.....
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    Apparently nobody has posted here in a while but I do have a question. I just placed an order for two free bottles of liquid from a promotional code and was wondering if at all, how long should I steep this juice for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon75 View Post
    Apparently nobody has posted here in a while but I do have a question. I just placed an order for two free bottles of liquid from a promotional code and was wondering if at all, how long should I steep this juice for?
    All of our liquids will arrive pre-steeped. There are a few flavors, especially the tobaccos and RY4 that taste so very different before a one to two week steep time. So we mix, bottle, label and hold them before sending them to the shipping department for sale. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid-Chris View Post
    All of our liquids will arrive pre-steeped. There are a few flavors, especially the tobaccos and RY4 that taste so very different before a one to two week steep time. So we mix, bottle, label and hold them before sending them to the shipping department for sale. Enjoy!

    Liquid-Chris
    Thank you very much. Looking very forward to trying your brand. Being pre-steeped makes it a bonus.
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    I placed an order with Apollo on 11-26. The order still says "processing" and I am curious how long the turn around time is... I know Thanksgiving was last week, so this is bound to be a busy time, but a week seems a bit long...

    It's not a complaint as the order was free and all I had to pay was shipping, but I am curious if this is a normal amount of time or not as it makes a difference to future orders.

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    this is what they told me

    Adam: Due to overwhelming demand, promotional orders will be shipping in 1-2 weeks.
    connie: that long???
    Adam: The promotional orders quadrupled our normal load and we're working overtime to fill them out.
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    Ah. Ok. Thanks.

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