eGo - which are best for me?

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  1. NoAlias

    NoAlias Full Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I have been vaping about 2 years now using KR808 automatic battery along with clearomizers.

    Recently a friend visited me and had a eGo, also with clearomizer, it was manual battery but the vapor was a lot more smooth. The threads were bigger I think he said is 510 threading

    I looked online where I usually pick stuff up and there is a lot of options for eGO, so I figured to create a post and see what others think is best. I only need the basics really, just a couple of batteries, charger, and supply of clearomizers.

    If anyone can recommend stuff let me know. With all these differnt products its hard to know what will be compatible together.

    My friend said his eGO was about $30. But I see eGO avail. from $20 - $90, so that was confusing me also.

    THANKS!!!!
     
  2. mojohusky

    mojohusky Moved On

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    There are a lot of fake egos out there. I have been a victim of a fake one myself when i first started off. Be sure to get the legit ones, search for Joyetech egos!
     
  3. RedNBlack

    RedNBlack Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey there NoAlias;

    :2c:

    Something like this might be good.

    Kanger eVod Kit - Blue

    See from discount vapers web, that the are going fast.

    Looks like this starter kit has:
    2 x EVOD Manual battery
    2 x EVOD BBC (Bottom Coil Changeable) 1.6ml Clearomizer (Resistance:2.5ohm)

    5 x Bottom Coil Heads
    1 x eGo USB charger
    1 x AC-USB with USA plug
    1 x User Manual

    Throw in some juice, and you should be set. :vapor:
     
  4. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Get a few genuine Joyetech eGo C 900mAh pass-throughs... and you'll be good to go. With a USB pass-through, all you need extra may be a 110 to USB and perhaps auto cigarette lighter to USB adapters.

    I'm not going to hunt around for the best deal for you... thats your job, but here's genuine JoyeTech, as described.
     
  5. NoAlias

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    Thanks I see the Joyetech website. What is the basic setup called? I see eGo-C, -CC, -T etc.

    I'm reading through options now, and not sure what's what. For example, I'm ignorant why I'd need variable voltage.

    All I need is the model # for base battery, and the type of clearomizers to order. would those be 510s?

    Thanks for the reply everybody. I'm checking out all this now. Sorry I'm pretty clueless here
     
  6. Grimwald

    Grimwald Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    What clearomizers are you using now...and is that a style that you would like to stick with? That will help me know what I would suggest.

    Also, most ego style batteries have 2 sets of threads. The outside threads are the ego threads. The inside threads are the 510 threads. So once you have the correct battery, you can use anything that is ego OR 510 threaded.
     
  7. DerNemo

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    Right now I'm using an e-GO-C Twist with a iClear 16 tank, I like the twist because of the vv, I've found that some juices vap better at different voltages. Also I picked up my twist for $25.
     
  8. szot

    szot Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Reading is a wonderful tool...
     
  9. IMFire3605

    IMFire3605 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    http://www.myvaporstore.com/Vision_Spinner_Joye_Ego_C_Twist_Combo_p/vvs-c.htm

    Best Ego Class starter kit I have seen and suggest.

    Go with 2 of the Vision Spinner 1300mah batteries, 2 clearos, and charger

    If you use top coil clearos now, go with the iClear16s, top coil the wicks will be close to the mouth piece at the top. The Vision Clearomizer v2's they show are copied CE4's, though you can replace the coils in the ones in the kit, the Innokin iClears are better performers JMO.

    If you are using bottom coil tanks now, go with the Kanger Evods in that kit

    This kit offers variable voltage, ego class batteries that allow fine tuning to the user's vaping, giving the best vapor, flavor, and such, the Vision Spinner 1300mah you can get almost a full day of use before recharge, so they have long legs, though remember, higher your voltage lower the max vaping time, but 2 batteries you'll have plenty of power, 1 charging or as back up until you can get one charging, the other in use and service.
     
  10. Michael Nix

    Michael Nix Full Member Verified Member

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    This is a great kit and good advice.
     
  11. Rickajho

    Rickajho ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For a new buyer, take a look at Cignot.com They don't have a complete kit for what I'm about to suggest, but everything there is genuine product - no fakes or clones.

    You have been stuck at a fixed voltage battery with your 808 setup. The next logical choice would be a variable voltage (VV) battery. And that would be the eGo Twist. VV allows you to tweak your experience and adjust to differences in cartos, clearos and liquids.

    You would, of course, need an eGo charger to go with.

    If you are interested in clearos, any bottom coil in the Kanger line will do nicely. Across the board if they are BCC the experience won't be all that much different between a Kanger T3s, Kanger Evod, and a Kanger ProTank. If you like certain flavors that are known to crack plastic devices then you want to head straight for a glass ProTank though.

    Pick up some extra replacement coils (heads) for whatever clearo you choose.

    That would do it. :)

    If your existing 808 is working for you - it's keeping you away from smoking - you could start with 1 Twist battery, 1 eGo charger, and whatever you want in clearos. Use both your existing 808 setup, the eGo Twist, and move on from there.
     
  12. IMFire3605

    IMFire3605 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Bah, forgot they already have an 808 setup, yes, keep that as a backup, you might also look at Halo's Triton system, believe they use 808 or 808D threadings.
     
  13. NoAlias

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    These look great!!! Usb pass through is a great idea. Thanks, I did not know this existed!
     
  14. cihansolakoglu

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    Hi guys, is there anybody know about vapist.com.au?? Website looks ok and prices are cheap, please let me know if you have any experience?
     
  15. NoAlias

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    These are the ones I have ordered, clearos for 808 thread. http://www.vaporkings.com/e-Smart-clearomizers-package-of-5-p/esmart-clearo.htm

    This works fine for what I need, though I would do rebuildable/cleanable ones if they are avail. for eGO

    THANKS!!
     
  16. jrenae4

    jrenae4 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I second this!
     
  17. NoAlias

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    Thanks man this looks good, this is exactly the type of information I was looking for :)
     
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