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    The battery should be pretty good even tho you could do a lot better.

    Go to fasttech site and search ego and you will find plenty of them.

    Now for the question of the tank, looks like it come with CE4 tank. Which is top coil cleromizer (juice delivery system).

    May not have the replaceable heating coil as the attached picture. This one is CE4+ or CE4s as they are called.

    I would suggest you guys (newbies) try out the EVOD (tank , juice delivery system), which are easier to fill, better vape and very easy to maintained. Get some spare heads (try 1.8 Ohm) and you will be sure have a good time.

    Here are some samples. https://www.fasttech.com/search?evod

    You can order from anywhere, just a site I used is linked.

    Cheers and happy vaping......
    Since 01/13. 3 EGOs Nemi VAMO MVP2 EVOD,CE5,MT4, R200,PT,Mini,M4 KFL.
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    I am in exactly the same boat as you. I too tried the Blu e-cigs. They were ok for a few hits and started loosing flavor. Also, constantly charging those little batteries was a pain! Got the Tsunami starter kit on a recommendation from a friend. He had quick smoking with it for 2 months. So I tried it. It definitely beats Blu, hands down.

    I am finding out that puffing on them too much will give you a weird, dry, kind of burnt taste. So I've learned that laying them flat and pre-puffing (not sure what the term here is) helps A LOT in getting nice vapes. I find the Tsunami juice "tolerable" and am waiting on a order of better juice from Mt. Baker Vapor. Also going to try a bottom coil tank such as the Kanger EVOD. Many here on the forum say they work much better than top coils.

    Good luck to ya!

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