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    Default Trick to prevent eGo twist

    Does anyone have a tip/trick how to prevent the twist button on the eGo twist to move by accident.
    As we all know it's not easy to see where the battery is set at, the little dot is so tiny.
    Lots of times after I charge the battery it has changed from say : 4.0 to 3.0

    Sometimes I forget to look.

    The twist button on my twist is very very loose.

    Thanks in advance!

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    someone told me to put tape on it.. to prevent it from moving around.. mine came nice and tight.. but then loosened up after a while.. i used the tape once and it worked but it looked ugly.. so now i just learn to deal with it.. and check it every once in a while..

    its worth it because these twists are awesome.

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    Thanks for that advice.
    I thought of that myself, but was thinking maybe there's a better way.

    I did put tape around the dial, at least it's not moving anymore.
    It was so loose, not funny, one little touch and it was back to 2.00 or something like that.

    I used clear tape, I can hardly see it.

    And yes, the twist is awesome!

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    If you use Scotch brand super 33 electrical tape,you can use the same piece for a long time even if you pull it off to adjust it a lot.
    it's the best electrical tape out there and uses really good adhesive.

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    Turn it up full blast and leave it there! I turn it all the way then back it off 1/4 or wherever you like it. I got used to that method pretty quick and do it without lookin' (by feel).

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    I don't like it cranked up. tastes like crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samwest View Post
    Turn it up full blast and leave it there! I turn it all the way then back it off 1/4 or wherever you like it. I got used to that method pretty quick and do it without lookin' (by feel).
    Uh no...Start off low then work your way up...If the max of 4.8v won't kill the LR atomizer/cartomizer then I'm sure the following day you'll be replacing the atomizer/cartomizer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrferic View Post
    I don't like it cranked up. tastes like crap.
    I don't either, I like it around 4.0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrferic View Post
    If you use Scotch brand super 33 electrical tape,you can use the same piece for a long time even if you pull it off to adjust it a lot.
    it's the best electrical tape out there and uses really good adhesive.

    Thanks, I'm sure hubby has some laying around somewhere.
    I'll try it!

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    Simple tricks always work the best.

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