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    Default Does anyone know what model battery V2cigs sells and if their products are of good quality

    I am researching 2 piece ecigs and came across V2cigs.com. I am trying to decide if I want to stay with the E9 battery or go to something else. I hear a lot of good things about the KR808D1 and might just go to that type. The E9's do not hold up very good or last long.
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    the E9 is a proprietary battery and nothing else fits it. It is a KR808D2. I would move away from it. I would go with a 510 connection, the most versatile out there.

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    I ordered from v2cigs.com. They are a lith-ion battery in kr808(I believe). I was getting about 3 hours heavy vaping out of their manual batteries. That was my original quit smoking vaping style. non stop constant vaping...lol. They do have a good product and I love their cherry flavor. However I would prefer something bigger and longer lasting and have just ordered an omega from altsmoke.

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    the custserv sux there it took me 7 weeks to complete my starter kit and 40 carts I ordered. I surely would have started smoking again if I hadnt found the ecf and all the info on how to refill carts. Hours of waiting on hold and the online support. pure nightmare....

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    It's a Kr808D-1. And it's a good e-cig, but you can get them for waaaay less money than that. V2 is kind of a rip-off.

    You can get a Kr808D-1 kit at LiteCigUSA.net for 30 bucks. Be sure to get extra cartomizers with it.

    It's the exact same kit, just a fraction of the price.

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    V2 cigs was my first vaping device as well. I have nothing bad to say about them. I loved the cherry flavor, I used all nic strengths, went through about 2-3 cartos per day. Their shipping time is a little slow. I always planned on 10 days from placing the order until it arrived at my front door. I never had any bad customer service; in fact, if anything, they were really good to work with. I had 2 orders that were backordered waiting for cartos to come into their warehouse, and both times that happened they gave me a $20 credit towards my next order. I would recommend them based on my experience. I realize there are probably cheaper places out there, but for my starter experience v2 cigs made it pretty easy.

    Just my 2 cents!

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    For a mini I like kr808s,I have 4 of them hanging around and I use them and cartos when I have a juice that I know will hang around forever in an atty. I think the V4L batteries are pretty long lasting for a mini and work well

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    as others have said, the v2 is a kr808d-1. waaay overpriced though. and my friend has gotten hosed by their CS, after paying nearly 2x as much as i did for my 808...and my vendor(s) have been spot on with service. any company that doesn't tell you what model they sell, is likely ripping you off to some degree.

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    Sorry. I don't own a V2 but do an E9. The OP called his an E9 hence my reference that KR808-d1 stuff will not work on an E9 battery. No foul intended here.

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    the v2 is the 808, or at least completely compatible with it. i've given my v2 friend cartos and he's charged his batt on my charger.

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