If I started out on a 1100 mAh device (KGO, using the original 2.0 ohm atomizer), would I be disappointed in trying something at 650 mAh? Is the mAh rating for the battery just indicative of how long the battery will last through the day?
Generally, do e-cig batteries have a decrease in strength as they are used through the day? Or is it regulated, so that say at 50% charge it would still perform the same as at 100%? (I've seen products mention regulated and unregulated, so this must be in terms of battery drain?)
Variable voltage seems to be the most desired, but why? Is it so you don't have to have so many devices at different voltage ratings (and from what I've read, it seems some prefer certain voltage with certain juices, be it the flavor or PG/VG percentage, using certain atomizers, tanks and so on)? It would then seem as though a VV device would be encouraged for new vapers, but I only see it marketed to experienced ones.
I need to better understand electricity. It is one of my weaknesses.