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    Well, I've been using the eGo-T since around January. There's a lot I like about it but there are some things I don't. Before, I had been using mainly KR808D-1 cartomizers and really liked them, but I tried an eGo-T and was amazed at the large amount of smoke I was getting out. But over time the eGo-T started getting a clogged effect that requires some maintenance. On the other hand, with cartomizers you just refill them until they give out and then toss it. I think the eGo-T is still evolving and will probably improve, but until then I think the Go-go is a great PV. The battery is 1300 mah and is a larger diameter than the eGo battery, along with the connector being a larger diameter than a KR808D-1! Looks like a cigar. The Go-cart is a big cartomizer and is supposed to hold 3 ml of juice. I usually fill a blank KR808D-1 with around 25 drops, but with the Go-cart I put 95 and stopped! I've been using it alone for 2 days and the battery finally went out but the Go-cart seemed to be still going fine. I know we're all favoring different types of PV, but this one has really done a good job of satisfying me.

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    I never heard of the GoGo before today...anyone else have reviews?

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    I just got my GoGo today. Last week I got my eGo-T and decided that I needed something else along the same lines that was a little more reliable.

    The GoGo is a beast. Size-wise, it's very similar to the eGo-T. Fully assembled, it's only about 1/4" longer than a fully-assembled eGo-T with the 650 battery in it, though it is significantly wider. The vapor is just as good and most importantly, more consistent. Flavor is much better and the TH is better. I've been vaping it for about seven hours now pretty steady with the battery right out of the box. Still going strong.

    Satisfied customer here.

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    I never heard of the GoGo before today...anyone else have reviews?
    When I click on the link I see the picture, but you get that message?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toulouse View Post
    ...The vapor is just as good and most importantly, more consistent. Flavor is much better and the TH is better.
    I agree. I like the flavor better in the Go-go.

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    Never heard of it, can't find it on Google either. And the attachment doesn't work for me.

    Oh wait...are you talking about the e-cig itself and not "just" a feeder system/tank/carto? I did find a link for an e-cig kit called a GoGo.

    http://shop.nhaler.com/The-Go-Go-Go-Go.htm

    And on the same site, I found the empty cartos...but they must be used with the Go-Go batts:

    http://shop.nhaler.com/Go-Go-Cartomi...?productId=204
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    The Go-Go uses it's own proprietary 3ml cartos. I was a little concerned about that myself, at first, but its turned out to be a non-issue because the Go-Cartos are just amazing. They have a great draw, produce huge plumes of vapor, and last like the Energizer Bunny.

    I've read that 808 adapters will be available for the Go-Go soon and, while I can't imagine why anyone would bother with one after trying the regular cartos, I imagine they will help allay people's fears about buying a device that relies on proprietary parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardeagold View Post
    Never heard of it, can't find it on Google either. And the attachment doesn't work for me.

    Oh wait...are you talking about the e-cig itself and not "just" a feeder system/tank/carto? I did find a link for an e-cig kit called a GoGo.

    Go Go

    And on the same site, I found the empty cartos...but they must be used with the Go-Go batts:

    Go-Go Cartomizers
    Yeah, the Go-go is an ecig. Here's where you can get them: GO-GO

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    Its just he newest big bat EGO. Nothing special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stownz View Post
    Its just he newest big bat EGO. Nothing special.
    Actually, no, an eGo-T is an atomizer/cartridge type and the Go-go is a cartomizer type. Its not a new big bat eGo. And please take no offense to my comment, just trying to clarify. :-)

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