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    Hello all,

    I would like to get some input on what others think of these two companies when it comes to batteries. I have used the Joytech eGo-C batteries and am wondering how the Kanger EVOD batteries compare to these.

    Are they equal? If not why?

    It is my understanding that they are both 510 threaded correct?

    thanks in advance for any info

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    They are both ego/ 510 thread. They are essentially the same. Main difference to you is the button. I would think joyetech are slightly better quality and the cost A premium for it too. I have a couple cheap riva 650 bats that are 10 months old and work fine they were only 12.00 a
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyR View Post
    They are both ego/ 510 thread. They are essentially the same. Main difference to you is the button. I would think joyetech are slightly better quality and the cost A premium for it too. I have a couple cheap riva 650 bats that are 10 months old and work fine they were only 12.00 a
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    What would make you think that joyetech is better than kanger? simply the fact that there seem to be more of them on the market?

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    I have read A lot over the year. Joyetech is the standard. That all others try to immulate, and highest qc. Kanger had a major recall due to major safety concerns a few months back. Search the forum. I'm sure others would agree joye is top of the mark. Anyone else care to chime in on this.
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    I have Kanger Evod batteries and they are solid performers. IMHO, the capacity rating is conservative. I have 1100mAh batteries that need a charge before my Evod 900's do.

    The button is almost flush with the body on the Kanger battery, so it takes some getting used to. Once you get the hang of it, there's no problem. Good quality construction which is typical Kanger.

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    Both companies have supplied me with reliable equipment that works as it should. It would be a toss-up to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyR View Post
    I have read A lot over the year. Joyetech is the standard. That all others try to immulate, and highest qc. Kanger had a major recall due to major safety concerns a few months back. Search the forum. I'm sure others would agree joye is top of the mark. Anyone else care to chime in on this.
    Actually ALL JoyTech products are clones of other PVs. Originators of JT products are Janty and Ovale. In regards to the diff- JoyTech eGo batts fire @ 3.3 volts while Kangers fire @ 3.7 volts. Long before Kanger batts came out I always preferred the Kgo/ Riva batts as they also fire @ 3.7 volts. My 1 1/2 yr old Kgos still hold a full charge and fire great.

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    Good point about the Kanger voltage. I forgot about that.

    However, I have some Ego clones that also fire at 3.7, verified on my multimeter. It actually measured at 3.6, but it wasn't fully charged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapoor eyes er View Post
    Actually ALL JoyTech products are clones of other PVs. Originators of JT products are Janty and Ovale. In regards to the diff- JoyTech eGo batts fire @ 3.3 volts while Kangers fire @ 3.7 volts. Long before Kanger batts came out I always preferred the Kgo/ Riva batts as they also fire @ 3.7 volts. My 1 1/2 yr old Kgos still hold a full charge and fire great.
    The Joytech batteries are regulated. The Kgo/Riva doesn't fire at 3.7 volts throughout the charge.

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    Joyetech has a very good track record. That is why they sell so many batteries. I have had just about all od makes of batteries and I pick my Joyetech Twist over all other batteries, even though it is hard to read.
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