Clearomizers

Discussion in 'eGo Type Models' started by ewith1999, Oct 17, 2013.

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  1. ewith1999

    ewith1999 Full Member

    Hi everyone. I have an e-go C upgrade. I have been using CE4 clearomizers (not a big fan of replacing them so often - which is about every week), what other options do I have? I think I would like a bottom coil a bit better, maybe a rebuildable something? I don't know what will work with my ego and have accidentally ordered something that didn't fit (was part of a cartomizer LOL).

    Also, I want a back-up (if the back up works better then I will use my current ego as a backup). Suggestions? I was thinking about an ego twist...

    Thanks!
     
  2. ewith1999

    ewith1999 Full Member

    LOL. Nevermind. I went ahead and tried to figure it out myself. Hoping I didn't waste $60 on stuff that doesn't work!
     
  3. Cha0s13

    Cha0s13 Senior Member Verified Member

    Mini Protank II is the bomb!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. well.rested

    well.rested Full Member

    I've been trying to decide between the MPII and the eGo-CC; does the protank fit nicely with the eGo batts? What do you like about it? What don't you like? Any issues with leaking? How long have you been using it?

    Thanks for any info!
    ~Adam
     
  5. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member

    I've replaced my mini protanks with eGo-cc's. I still prefer the Kanger Tabac BCC from good prophets with the 1.8 ohm coil as 'oem' vs. the 2.6ohm coil other vendors offer. Although one would need some 2.2 ohm coils for lighter flavors.

    I don't like the airy draw of the protanks - even though blocking one of the air holes works and the eGo-c attys last longer than the protank/evod coils before needing changed or cleaned. No leak issues with any of them.. I've used each since they've been released. Been vaping the Tabac's for over a year now. 3ml capacity vs. @1.6-2.0ml for the others....
     
  6. patkin

    patkin Vaping Master

    Joye (only) new ego cc... used with Joye Type A atomizer... best I've tried. Retired my EVOD, T3s mini, iSmoka bccs.
     
  7. Racehorse

    Racehorse Vaping Master Verified Member

    Do these use the same atomizer heads as an eRoll?
     
  8. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member

    Yes...................
     
  9. patkin

    patkin Vaping Master

    As Kent C said "Yes" but the muting-flavor thing in the eroll has nothing to do with the atomizer. It has to do with the juice delivery (air holes) so you'll get way more flavor with the ego cc clearo... wonderful flavor in fact with no odd tastes the other clearos I've tried have. Wanted to add that just in case you were thinking about flavor. Plus.. and its a big one... absolutely NO LEAKS with the ego cc.
     
  10. Cha0s13

    Cha0s13 Senior Member Verified Member

    Ive only had the protank for a couple of days but im liking it alot. Great flavor, no leaks, easy to fill. I love the ego cc also. I get better vapor production from the ego cc and its built like a tank. If I had to choose between to two ( which is tough for me because they both are fantastic) id probably go with the ego cc.
     
  11. patkin

    patkin Vaping Master

    Everyone's taste is subjective of course but I can't recommend the MPII. I don't have one as I used the ProTank heads in my EVODs and T3s minis and got the dreaded fish/kerosene taste. Since its the heads that make the difference, the tank just being a juice holder, I saw no point in getting a ProTank. I do recommend the Ego CC though.. no bad tastes and no leaks.
     
  12. joeldworkin307

    joeldworkin307 Full Member Verified Member

    I'm an avid Kanger T3s user. It is a little light on throat hit but simple to use and great flavor. Or take the jump into a cartotank. Cartos are comparable in price to new kanger heads and beat flavor and throat hit hands down. I picked up a simple poly smoktek 3.5 mil for $10 from my local (Vaporleaf) store. Could have been a little cheaper, but the customer service keeps me going back.
     
  13. well.rested

    well.rested Full Member

    Thanks, everybody. I think I'm going to go w. the eGo-CC; I really appreciate the input. I'll check out one of those T3s, too, if I see one on sale...

    ~Adam
     
  14. Mart

    Mart Senior Member

    Adam,
    You won't be sorry. Just remember, you don't fill it from the top where the mouthpiece is. Fill it from the bottom silicon cap. You will need a needle bottle, or a syringe.
     
  15. well.rested

    well.rested Full Member

    Does anyone have any experience with these eGo-CCs on different batts? I've got some aging eGo batts (Cs, I think, std. batt), 650s, but I'm looking to replace. Might go with Vision Spinners or eGo Twists, will these fit on the Visions? Does battery capacity have any effect on the fit?

    Thanks,
    ~Adam
     
  16. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member

    If it's for use with the eGo-cc, the Joye ego-c upgrade (or standard Joye eGo-c) is best. The 'spike plate' set up on the eGo-t and eGo-c attys was prone to burning even on regular eGos, so going to VV certainly isn't a good idea since regulated voltage works rather well, imo. The eGo-cc is less prone to burning but I'd avoid LR coil units and VV settings above 3.7V.

    But if you intend other clearos, or attys for sampling eliquids, then having an eGo-c Twist to find the 'sweet spot' for a particular flavor, isn't a bad idea. I do that, then figure the right combination of ohms on the clearo for a regular or upgrade 650 batt - for size... don't like the longer eGos/Visions for going out....
     
  17. LeftHandBlack

    LeftHandBlack Super Member

    Im an avid EVOD user and have 9 of them currently. They vape good and last long and are cheap to buy.
     
  18. fairweasel2323

    fairweasel2323 Super Member

  19. fairweasel2323

    fairweasel2323 Super Member

    think i like the EVOD better from the looks what ohm is it? doesnt say at goodejuice.com but I dont think u can change heads on the No Wick I want one that will last
     
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