Dual Coil 510 Tank Cartomizer!

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  1. R1D5G7

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  2. R1D5G7

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    Since these are 1.6 LR it's not good to use with my 510 or ego right? Need to use a mod?
     
  3. wolfstone5

    wolfstone5 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Because each coil in the DCC's are 3.2 Ohms each (1.6 in parallel), you will have no problem using them on your eGo battery. I use DCC's on my eGo and Inferno all the time and have never had a problem. On the other hand, a regular 510 battery like a Joye 180 mAh battery wouldn't be a good fit. The DCC's would fire but will most likely damage the battery with any extended use. So....You're good with an eGo but not a regular pen style 510.
     
  4. R1D5G7

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    Thanks I was wondering about it being dual if it was double
     
  5. lrage

    lrage Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I just ordered one a few minutes ago. It looks amazing, but is pricey. Still, if it lasts 2+ weeks and works as good as it looks like it could, well worth it.

    The DC's are amazing, except I'm always wondering if I need to put more juice in. I don't want to burn the thing out and waste a ton of ejuice sitting in the foam.

    If no one else chimes in I guess I'll give my thoughts in a few days when it gets here.
     
  6. mwa102464

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    Pricey ? are you crazy, for $12 you cant buy a tank like this anywhere, that's a great price lrage !
     
  7. thughes

    thughes Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You do know the tank part is reuseable right? All you'll need to replace in the future is the carto which is like 2 bucks max. This is the second cheapest tank I've seen.
     
  8. lrage

    lrage Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    For a complete tank system yes. That's why I bought it. But compared to a regular cartomizer it's pricey. If mv starts selling the customized cartomizer individually for a few bucks than the system becomes cheap again as it wouldn't be a disposable $11.
     
  9. R1D5G7

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    Be sure to let us know how well it works I have it in my cart im just waiting on a the first review :)
     
  10. themysterious1

    themysterious1 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Im just waiting for somebody to sell the cartos.LOL I like to have extras never know whats gonna go wrong. I also would like to know if there gonna sell other ohms as well...
     
  11. mwa102464

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    Customized cartomizer ? am I missing something here ? Carto's are like dirt cheap
     
  12. six

    six Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yeah. The carto is different and has a flange built on the bottom.
     
  13. mwa102464

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    a flange or is it a screw on disk/square washer, thats what it looks like to me Six, are you sure it is different or just has this screw on disc on the bottom to help with leaking if it where to leak and this would help stop that
     
  14. six

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    According to this post, I'm pretty sure the carto is made for the tank.
     
  15. mwa102464

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    Six, I still disagree, not to be smart but the carto looks to me like it only has a small locking washer on the bottom of it for extra protection, I posted in that thread and asked some questions to that guy who is posting, I think any reg 9mm 510 carto will work in this tank !!! You will just have to punch your own hole like all other tanks or you can purchase pre punched cartos from many vendors if you dont have the jig or cant punch your own, but its a very simple thing to do and there are jigs you can buy I have one and they work great, I think any regular size 510 Dual coil will work from Smoktech and some others
     
  16. six

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    Well, you may be right. The guy who is posting (Minion2) is a madvapes employee (it says supplier associate under his avatar) so I'm thinking he knows what he's talking about... but I haven't had one in my hands so I can't claim to know anything more than what I've read.

    I decided to wait and see. I can't assess the value of a nicely priced tank if the cartos are different than regular ones and not available with a price tag yet. But if the flange is removable and transferable from carto to carto, that would be nice.

    EDIT: Well, I'm looking at the pictures and I have a carto in my hands. I don't see what you see, I guess. I can't figure a way that the flange could be separate from the carto.

    Anything between where the threads stop at the top and the barrel of the carto would both block the air holes and make it so the carto couldn't thread all the way on a PV and make proper contact. And, if the carto screws in to the flange assembly, then the outside threads would be on the flange assembly and would therefore be larger than the inside threads (the cartos threads) - so that would no longer fit 510.
     
  17. MASTER0FDAMPF

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    Maybe they could just make a shorty extender with the flange on it...Seems like it would do the trick, but I don't have one on hand to look at.
     
  18. lrage

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    Tying this back to what I posted earlier. While I don't doubt I can go to lowes and buy something, and shove it in my vice and use ..... punch, I'm not interested in doing that. I'm not the "hobby e-cig guy". Some are, that's totally cool. I'm one of the ones that just want plug-n-play stuff. So if mv or someone else starts selling cartos that work perfectly with the tank, I'll be ecstatic. As is, it'll be an $11 carto that I'm willing to throw money at because of the added convenience of the tank system. When it burns out I'll just save the tank in anticipation of cartos becoming available. Or maybe someone else will find that the Smok's without the flange work just fine and all's good in the world. Not sure. But for right now it's an $11 carto to me with room to grow in the future.
     
  19. mwa102464

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    Dude, many of people punch there own cartos ! in fact thousands do it who have and use tanks !
     
  20. mwa102464

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    Six I dont have one of these but if that flange is only like 1/64, 1/32 or anything less then the space in between the bottom of the carto and the space before where the holes start it will be ok, that flange is so thin and threads onto 510 threads of a DC Carto it would work on any carto, There is a 1/8 space from the bottom of the carto tube to where the air holes start, and this is where I am thinking this thin flange sits. I dont have one of these yet and I saw the guy is a supplier assoc, so time will tell, I am going to email mad vapes and see what Hoggie says


    Edit; looking at the picture a bit closer it looks to me like that thin metal flange on the bottom of the carto is "let in " to the bottom grommet Six, just for added leak protection, I still think a regular Smoktech DC Carto should work and not leak since they are all a 9mm tube, I also heard it has a tripple O-Ring in the bottom ( dont know if that is true or not ) but even if it had a single O-Ring of the proper size it shouldn't leak. I do like the way the flange is "let in" to help prevent leaking though, but I dont think it will leak without it, other tanks dont leak and dont have this. Added protection is a good thing though and I like the idea either way. Time will tell as people get them, I'm waiting on an email I sent to madvapes to get the answers, will post when I get them or maybe Hogie will post before hand to clear this up for us.
     
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