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    hello, I still use 808d batteries and I like them. Wasn't a heavy smoker to begin with. Anyway I recently ordered some clearomizers that I thought they were going to fit on the 808d battery but it was the wrong type. I found a site that has some and wanted to make sure this time if they are going to be the correct ones. Here is a link to them.

    Kanger 808D T4 Clearomizer - EVcigarettes.com

    Kanger 808D-M3 Clearomizer - EVcigarettes.com

    Kanger E-Smart 808D-1 808 808D1 Clearomizer

    Does anyone use an 808d with a clearomizer? Thank you.

    This is the type of 808d 180mah one I use clearomizer for 808d batteries-808d-mine.jpg

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    I think that you may need a manual battery to use a clearomizer on an 808

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    I use the T4 and the e-Smart on 808 manual batteries. They are a bit cheaper at litecigusa...work great for me. My favorite is the T4.

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    Ditto on T4 and esmart. Should work fine with automatic batt

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    Volt Mini Clearomizers

    This is what I use on my 808's. Halo sells them too but these are a buck cheaper. They work on auto or manual. I only use autos and they work great for me.
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    Kanger T4 808 Clearomizers are the same as the Halo Mini-Tanks and the Volt Mini Clearomizer. Same product, different name. They all have the same threading, a .9 ml tank, short wicks, top coil design, slip-on drip-tip.

    Kanger e-Smart clearomizers are the same threading, slightly larger tanks, but with longer wicks and a screw on drip-tip to help stop leaking.

    At least this is what I've been able to learn doing my own research. I could be wrong, but from what I have seen I don't think I am.

    The link to your battery is kinda... weird. All I see is a bunch of bbcode along with a small thumbnail.

    Maybe give us more info on your battery than just a pic? I'm sure there are people around that will recognize the battery a glance, but not everyone.

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    Would also be helpful to know what clearomizer you used before and what problems you had. Your battery doesn't have a lot of life to it only being 180mah, so if you are using a clearomizer with the wrong resistance, it can affect performance and battery life.
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    I use an automatic 808 with a clearo for my stealth vaping at work. Mine are unbranded as far as I know. I get them from a local B&M here:

    MOVE2VAPOR

    2/3 down the page. I also use them for testing my DIY liquids. The pop off drip tips are annoying some times so the screw on type might be more user friendly.

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    I use the nano's from smokeless image.They wk well, cost 1.99 if you buy 10 and the drip tip screws on.
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    I also use Volt clearos, both the nanos and the top coil ones with auto batts.


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