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    Default Recommended battery for the evic?

    I just got the evic with the 2600mah battery and I want to buy another battery.
    I don't know much about batteries, I only know it has to be a 18650 battery.
    Does it have to be a Samsung battery? Do I need some kind of protection?
    I know it has the option for 2200/2600mah, can I use a battery with bigger mah anyway?

    Can I use this?
    Genuine Samsung ICR18650-26F 3.7V 2600mAh Protected Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries - Purple (2-Piece) - Worldwide Free Shipping - DX

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    Quote Originally Posted by torrix View Post
    I just got the evic with the 2600mah battery and I want to buy another battery.
    I don't know much about batteries, I only know it has to be a 18650 battery.
    Does it have to be a Samsung battery? Do I need some kind of protection?
    I know it has the option for 2200/2600mah, can I use a battery with bigger mah anyway?

    Can I use this?


    Genuine Samsung ICR18650-26F 3.7V 2600mAh Protected Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries - Purple (2-Piece) - Worldwide Free Shipping - DX
    I added a back-up battery when I ordered my eVic from LitecigUSA. I looked for quite some time and couldn't find the exact same one pictured on the Joyetech website when you start looking at all the numbers. I figured better safe than sorry...

    Joyetech eVic Battery

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    With a new battery tube and battery, can you go smaller than an 18650?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raab View Post
    With a new battery tube and battery, can you go smaller than an 18650?
    Yes. With an eGo-T upgrade tube that's available from a lot of places you can use an 18350 battery.

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