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    Abe when do you expect to have the eGo - T Atomizer and tanks in stock?

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    As soon as we can! The tanks should be in today and the atties are still out of stock at the supplier but I hope this week I can order them. The usually take about 4 days from order.
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    Hi Scott,

    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.

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    That's what I'm using.......

    Nice combination and I personally prefer the extra voltage that the SE style Riva batteries put out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyblood View Post
    Hi Scott,

    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.
    This is because the Riva SE's are "true" 3.7v pv's. As well as the normal rivas they now have in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyblood View Post
    Hi Scott,

    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.
    Standard "traditional" Riva's use a form of PWM to give them a reduced effective output voltage.. virtually identical to the output voltage of the eGo/Tornado.

    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).

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    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.


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    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.

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    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

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