04-05-2012, 09:06 PM
T = Tank, W = .....I have no clue what it means, and I have one, but it's the clearomizer described earlier, and C = a rebuildable atomizer. The batteries are all the same type, but if you buy the T kit, or W kit, or C kit, you get the parts above with it. That's really the only difference. I personally haven't ever bought a kit. I just bought the piece parts myself and made my own kit My 900 mah regular-nothing-fancy-or-special batteries with a charger and a box of boge cartos are what broke me from smoking permanently. My 801 kit (Ok, I guess I bought one) didn't break the habit cause it was really more of a toy than a e-cig, as it wasn't dependable. So the acronyms don't mean a whole lot when it comes to batteries, just the the things that go on top. Once you get the concept of atomizer/cartridge, clearomizer, cartomizer, and tank for the toppers, and the different thread types available, the rest is easy
04-07-2012, 02:48 PM
some weird stuff
I'm getting a slow, but constant leak in my syringe tank with the CE2 in it
The leak is coming from between the outer CE2 casing and the inner diameter of the bottom grommet
The grommet was punched out with a normal sized carto, and as we know the Ce2 casing is a bit wider, not sure if that has something to do with it
04-21-2012, 04:03 AM
04-21-2012, 01:48 PM
ditto ophidian...and my back...
04-24-2012, 06:03 PM
I've never used one before, but my dad, who has vaped longer than I have, is currently using the J-Tank with boge cartos. He says the cartos are lasting twice as long in the J-Tank as they were by themselves. He's been using the same tank since January without having to replace any parts. No leaks. Perhaps the mass produced versions of the syringe tanks have finally gotten better than our "prototype"