Published by cozzicon in the blog Cozzicon: The Darth Vaper.
For your consideration:
At 1:50 it is clearly visible that battery on the right side has Ovale logo on the cap. So it is Joyetech product and it is NOT Riva.
This is incorrect... since the error was corrected in the video notes...
What is incorrect? In video notes is only the info about the Joyetech and eGo-T but still, you are showing an ovale battery saying that it is Riva.
This is what is incorrect:
So essentially, even though both batteries are in the video, albeit reversed, you are saying I lied?
Not questioning that the Riva batt you say is a Riva batt is a Riva batt. But I have taken one apart as well and what I find is a little different than what you have found. On the internal battery cell I do not find "Joye" written. Otherwise quite similar to what you show in second video. I think the "watts" you mentioned is actually watt-hours. The one I took apart indicted "2.41 Wh". However, on the circuit board I do find "EGO_02" written. Presumably the EGO name is Joye's, so board might very well be a Joye board.
You also mention in video recommending eGo batts in past. That is fine with me - however you feel about it. On the other hand, I have found the Riva's to give a better vape. This seems to be the case because the newer Riva's have a different operating voltage than eGo's. Just off charger, Riva are at about 3.8 volts under load (about 4.2 unloaded) whereas eGo at about 3.24 volts. Difference is noticeable - but not hot. You might test a newer Riva and see if you find a difference.
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