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do you know the voltage that the normal Riva batts and the Rive SE batts put out please?
(what I know is that en eGo batt puts out 3.2 - 3.4, and I have see the French Ovale website stating the eGo-T batts are rated at 3.7)
I have noticed that using the SE on my Tank atty produces more vapour.
These "newer" Riva's and the Riva SE's put out a "true" constant 3.7V (more off of a fresh charge... but it tapers back down to 3.7V rather quickly).
Thanks Mvgrat and Scott
That's what I was thinking.
In fact, on more usage of the SE batts, I realised I don't see any difference between them. I think the normal Riva batts I have are the newer ones (got them in December through the amazing LF).
The times I measured their voltage, they were never below 3.7V
For me it's a good thing because anything less that 3.7V does little for me. It's good I stuck to Riva batts.
On LF website, the compatibility table says the EgoT attys have a rating of "Fair" with the Riva 510.
My question is, what is it that made it "fair" and not "good"? I want to order one to try out, but want to be sure it will work as it should. I have the Riva SE as well.
JJloupe - I can not answer your question regarding the website.
But I can tell you I have the Riva SE and T-Tank system. It is awesome.
I use my T-Tank System with my Riva SE and my ProVape-1....both are 3.7v
Tank system + 3.7v = Excellent Results