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    Quote Originally Posted by diego_nacho View Post
    There's too much technical language in that last sentence so I still don't know why eGo's are so popular. Is there something I can read up on to be able to understand all those acronyms and such?

    Btw I'm swedish so sorry if I seem really stupid.

    The toughest sentence was: "good power for LR DCC to SR SCC"



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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPtint View Post
    i bought my first 650 twist for 29.99 retail store without a charger.
    i was just on disc vapes and they have 900s for 19.99
    the guy said he accidentally ordered the wrong brand so he clearancing them out. i wish they were 650s
    I can't find any 'disc vapes' site. I've google it and all.

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    I think the reference was probably to discountvapers.com
    AN cig look-alike, Ego-C, Ego Twist, Lavatube, Provari V2, iTaste, Evic, Vivi Nova, iClear 16 & 30, Pro Tank, AGA-T2, Cobra, Telescope mech, Precise Plus 18650, GUS 16, Mini DID

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    I ended up getting the eGo twist kit from Vapors-Choice
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    I second Altsmoke. I've received 2 eGo C Twists from them in the 650. I don't really want something an inch longer for 1000. We always have one on the charger while the other one is being used. We may buy a 3rd or 4th battery just because they're so cheap and a nice entry level battery with great vapor.

    I think they're popular because they're economical, easy to use, come in different colors and aren't too big or bulky. I use an old bottle/pacifier dishwasher cage to stand ours up in while charging and once they're charged. John refers to it as our docking station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dupmaronew View Post
    I ended up getting the eGo twist kit from Vapors-Choice
    What color did you get?? And you'll have to let us know how you like it!


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    BTW, if you have any questions about your kit, the Vapors Choice forum is here ---> Vapors Choice Lounge


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    I'd plug em up on high charge I would!,...right up the waz..........Uhm,...yeah By the way the ultimate CHARGE RATE FOR ANY BATTERY: The voltage rating "of" the battery Xs 1.25% (or 25% more) (3.7v x 1.25= 4.62 v etc) --- The voltage much exceed the capacity, or, nothing will happen / no difference in potential -- A 12 volt battery can not be charged at 12 volts,....Anyway (if that helps you guys who custom build),......Just saying I guess

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    I am very new to this forum, and I don't know a lot, but I know what I like that I have purchased so far...I like the ego style batteries to take out away from home. They are small and really provide a good vaper. The larger "mods" that have rechargeable batteries are my favorite. I prefer to use them at home because they are so much bigger. I have not worried about how the mods look out in public, or if they would break. I am more concerned that I would lose them or they would get stollen. The smaller ones are cheaper and easier to take everywhere without changing batteries. I hope this helped, and I didn't totally miss the point.
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    I ended up getting the black kit. I'm not looking for any fancy colors and all that.

    I guess it's now time to start reading up about different juices now.

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