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    I have three of them, and I have Kanger ProTanks on all three of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hispida View Post
    Hey, anyone tried a kanger protank with one of these? Theres a note on MFS that the protank 'MAY' not work.
    I have three of them, and I have a Kanger ProTank on all three!
    I got them at MFS, but they don't sell them anymore!
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    Ya might take a gander here. Seller is 100% legit and outstanding service, shipping etc etc. I have other items from him and am completely happy.

    Variable Voltage 1300 mAh Ego x6 Replacement Vaporizer Vapor Vaping Battery | eBay

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    The X6 was my first step up from cigalikes. Was setup with Aspire BDCs and worked great. Really like it a lot.

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    I picked up one of these awhile ago and it is just slightly taller than an ego 1100mah and fatter, but very portable and feels nice in the hand. At 1300mah, it last a long time, which is what I want since my smaller vv is a twist (900mah). My other vv batts (like the vamo and provari) are just too big for me to lug around on a daily basis, and since I vape around the voltage points it offers, I am really happy with it. The only problem is charging. At first I almost couldn't get it to fit on the charger, then I shaved off some with a dremmel tool (both sleeve and base) and now it works good. I said good not great because sometimes it goes green too quickly and I have to remove/reattach it, and then it goes back to charging. I always turn it completely off before charging, and that seems to help.

    Any ideas on charging that anyone has found that works best?

    Color for voltage makes perfect sense: think kelvin scale, higher number bluer (i.e. 9000k), lower number red (1000k).

    Saludos

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    Personally, I prefer these. NEW SLB eGo-V MEGA V3 1300mah eGo Pass Through. I got my first one about 6 weeks ago and I love them. All the features of an iTaste VV V3.0, but at 1300 mah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimau View Post
    I picked up one of these awhile ago and it is just slightly taller than an ego 1100mah and fatter, but very portable and feels nice in the hand. At 1300mah, it last a long time, which is what I want since my smaller vv is a twist (900mah). My other vv batts (like the vamo and provari) are just too big for me to lug around on a daily basis, and since I vape around the voltage points it offers, I am really happy with it. The only problem is charging. At first I almost couldn't get it to fit on the charger, then I shaved off some with a dremmel tool (both sleeve and base) and now it works good. I said good not great because sometimes it goes green too quickly and I have to remove/reattach it, and then it goes back to charging. I always turn it completely off before charging, and that seems to help.

    Any ideas on charging that anyone has found that works best?

    Color for voltage makes perfect sense: think kelvin scale, higher number bluer (i.e. 9000k), lower number red (1000k).

    Saludos
    i got one of these recently and really like it, love the feel in my hand. However I'm having trouble finding another one and I'm looking for a kit with charger. Does anyone know of any vendors in Canada, or the USA? Thanks much!

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