What is the difference between the eGo and the EVOD?

Discussion in 'General Vaping Discussion' started by angstless, Oct 30, 2013.

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  1. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    I have the eGo...but everyone is talking about the EVOD..what is the difference?
    And why should I care?
  2. dokebilee

    dokebilee Super Member

    Ego is the battery component, and Evod is the atomizer/clearomizer component where the juice is being heated.

    Essentially, the Evod screws onto the Ego.
  3. meanckz

    meanckz Ultra Member

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    Evod is also a battery component made by Kanger...the only difference I've seen between the Ego and the Evod is the firing button design (I like Evods buttons better) :D
  4. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    So basically the eGo is the battery system...and it has its own cartomizers..but EVOD has a different atomizer/cartomizer that uses the same eGo battery?
  5. Kaisen

    Kaisen Senior Member

    Kanger Tech brand of standard Ego batteries is also known as "EVOD"

    And Kanger Tech brand of polycarbonate bottom-feeder clearomizer is also "EVOD"

    So, it's confusing.

    Generally, when you see someone here refer to EVOD, they are talking about the tank, not the battery
  6. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    So the eGo battery can accommodate the EVOD tanks
  7. HughDaHand

    HughDaHand Super Member

    The evod battery is also regulated to 3.7v while most ego battery's are regulated at 3.3V or unregulated (you get the battery voltage starts at 4.2 and drops to 3.2v).
  8. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    The reason I ask, is I have seen the clear tanks for the EVOD and would like to use them...does the eGo have clear tanks?
  9. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    They are NOT compatible? NOW I am confused
  10. smacuser

    smacuser avid vapper

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    Unless they say "Evod Kit?.
  11. HughDaHand

    HughDaHand Super Member

    They are basically the same thing. Evod battery's are just going to run whatever you have attached slightly warmer, but most people won't even notice the difference. They have the same threads for attachments and use the same charger. Whats nice about the evod batterys is the fact that they are made to match the look of the evod clearomizers, which are one of the best IMHO.
  12. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    The question is...is the eGo battery compatible with the EVOD cart??? the eGo cart is a black box..I like the clearomizer...
  13. LDS714

    LDS714 Ultra Member

    An EVOD tank will fit on an eGo battery. They are compatible.

    The EVOD battery is an eGo type of battery with slightly different features.
  14. Izan

    Izan Ultra Member

    Do you have a link to the clear tanks you refer too?

    An ego style battery has a 12mm threaded shoulder, it has a 510 connector in it's centre.[​IMG]

    The term evod, is mostly used to refer to the atomizer device made by Kanger.

    Have fun
  15. Kaisen

    Kaisen Senior Member

    YES! You can use a Kanger EVOD head on any brand's Ego-style battery
  16. Silent Scream

    Silent Scream Super Member

    I think you should just buy a black EVOD starter kit. I got one and it's fantastic and doesn't cost much. It will be a good step towards not asking the same question 500 times in a row.
  17. meanckz

    meanckz Ultra Member

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    I like your signature
  18. cmdebrecht

    cmdebrecht Super Member

    An eGo battery and the Kanger eVod battery both have what is called a 510 thread connection. You can use any clearomizer or tank on them as long as it has a standard 510 connection.

    When looking at clearos, tanks, etc, look for either "510" or "eGo" threading in the description.

    So the eVod tanks will fit on eGo batteries or eVod batteries.
  19. angstless

    angstless Super Member

    I think you are probably correct...why should I risk everything I have accumulated so far for the difference?

    Do you have a link to purchase?
  20. cmdebrecht

    cmdebrecht Super Member

    Yes :)

    Confusing, isn't it?
: ovale, evod
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