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    Just wondering if there is a stronger voltage battery that will work in the little chuck to raise the voltage higher than 3.7?
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    Yes...I believe you can stack two smaller batteries for 6 volt vaping. Try with LR Boge cartos to get similar effect of high voltage vaping,

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    The LITTLE CHUCK will only do 4.2 / 3.7 v. Highest mAh is the 18350.

    The CHUCK can do higher voltage.

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    The length of the Little Chuck won't allow for dual batteries (that's one of the benefits of the grown up Chuck!) but you can get a similar vape by using a lower resistance atty/carto. Without knowing what you're currently using I can't tell you what resistance to go to but they're readily available as low as 1.25 (and I've seen 0.9 ohm hand wound attys!).

    To give you an idea, at 3.7volts with a standard Boge 510 (2.3 ohm resistance) you're getting 5.95 watts. That same Boge at 5volts would be 10.87 watts. So to get a similar vape while staying with 3.7volts, you can go with a 1.5ohm atty/carto and have 9.13 watts or at 1.25ohms you'd be at 10.95 (almost EXACTLY what a standard 510 at 5 volts is!)

    It's very common for people to like their vape to be in the 7-10 watt range, and you can do it with the Little Chuck just fine as long as you get an atty/carto that's low resistance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MastiffMike View Post
    The length of the Little Chuck won't allow for dual batteries (that's one of the benefits of the grown up Chuck!) but you can get a similar vape by using a lower resistance atty/carto. Without knowing what you're currently using I can't tell you what resistance to go to but they're readily available as low as 1.25 (and I've seen 0.9 ohm hand wound attys!).

    To give you an idea, at 3.7volts with a standard Boge 510 (2.3 ohm resistance) you're getting 5.95 watts. That same Boge at 5volts would be 10.87 watts. So to get a similar vape while staying with 3.7volts, you can go with a 1.5ohm atty/carto and have 9.13 watts or at 1.25ohms you'd be at 10.95 (almost EXACTLY what a standard 510 at 5 volts is!)

    It's very common for people to like their vape to be in the 7-10 watt range, and you can do it with the Little Chuck just fine as long as you get an atty/carto that's low resistance.

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