I need compatibility knowledge please!

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  1. Jay-dub

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  2. Susan W.

    Susan W. Provarinati in fideliam ☆ Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Those tanks use cartomizers. You can buy them from the same place. They will work on that PV.
     
  3. Susan W.

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    Doesn't say what size cartomizers to use though. Might have to phone them to find out.
     
  4. nmackan

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    I dont know the styles my friend but;
    Is there glycerin in cigarettes? (Yes there is. used to damp the tobacco)
    Is there glicol in cigarettes? (I dont know but I know asthma inhalers have)
    Is there nicotine in cigarettes? (Yes this is why we smoke(d))
    there are 597 more in cigarettes against e-cigs without burning
    Once you burned them 4000 materials 400 fatal 50 carcinogen.

    So with my sincerest regards to your wife to choose one sound e-cig and quit the stinkies as soon as possible
     
  5. Wmmeese

    Wmmeese Dedicated Lurker Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The description says DTC tank which means dual coil cartomizer tank. You can buy always buy XL cartomizers as they will fit the standard tank as well, just stich out the top 10 mm. I would not start out with low ohm coils as you or your wife may be sensitive to a burnt taste. Stick with something between 2 ond 2.5 ohms to start as the batterys do not appear to have a voltage adjustment.
     
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    Maybe you should just get a couple of those disposable ones that look like regular cigs and leave them lying around.
    Some girls also seem to like the blu; a black slimline ecig with a blue light instead of a red light.
     
  7. Amraann

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    Ohhh That e-cig is very pretty!!

    I may need to go buy one !!!
     
  8. Susan W.

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    I wouldn't start out with a cartomizer as it can be a little difficult to fill. I know they are pretty but I'd go with something like a mini Protank 2, one with a removable drip tip, then get a matching drip tip.

    Also, you really need two of everything as she is going to want to vape while one battery is charging. You could also get one of those charms that hang off of a rubber ring to pizzazz it up more.
     
  9. Jay-dub

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    Awesome! Thanks for going through the trouble of investigating for me a bit. I tried, but the vernacular threw me off. I have the KangerTech Protank II for myself so I guess what I called it's "innards" would be the cartomizer? Simply put, I need a XL carto. I'll be Googling it shortly. Not familiar with "stitching out" but I can measure out 10 mm. :) I also follow you on the ohms part.

    I found this. Should I go single coil 2.0 ohm or dual 1.5 ohm?
     
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    She tried Green Smoke but it didn't take. I'm not sure if this will work either but I figure it's worth a try. If she doesn't like it I'll steal it. :) Who cares if it's effeminate - those tanks are huge!
     
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    I got her two batteries and she's been watch me fill up my Protank II. Do these operate differently?
     
  12. Baditude

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    I agree with Susan above. Cartotanks are a little more involved with a learning curve than a simple "fill & go" clearomizer. Once she sees what all is involved with setting up a cartotank she's is likely gonna say, "Not for me." Cartotank Setup Guide

    There are some very colorful clearomizers that would be easier for her to learn and easier to use and would be compatible with the battery you chose for her.

    SMOKaro.jpg Smoktech Aro clearomizers

    [​IMG] Innokin iClear 30 clearomizers

    [​IMG] Smoktech Pyrex Vivi Nova clearomizers

    [​IMG] Vision Vivi Nova clearomizers

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Susan W.

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    See Bad's post. I'm such a klutz when it comes to liquids so priming a cartomizer would be a messy process. I'd rather rebuild coils on Protank heads all day rather than prime a carto. But that's just me.

     
  14. Jay-dub

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    Damn Baditude! Thanks for the link and it's content! I hate being a newb. My Protank II is way easier to maintain than that! I guess it's more of an atomizer? Can an atomizer fit in the pretty tanks or does it have to be a carto/clearo?
     
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    nova_did_it Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    If you are getting a Triton battery from Halo, I would check their website if the Triton battery can handle a 510 or ego threading. They are pretty proprietary on their threading.. you might need an adapter to use the other tanks listed here.
     
  16. djsvapour

    djsvapour Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I am worried.

    We don't have the "legendary" Halo brand in the UK, but I always though their stuff was 808 threaded.

    Those pretty batteries (if 808) won't work with any old cartomiser and a carto tank.

    Best to double check everything.
     
  17. Baditude

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    Here's a picture dictionary of the more common juice attachments:

    Is it a carto, a tank, or what?

    An atomizer will NOT work in a cartotank. Only cartomizers will.
     
  18. Jay-dub

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    Thanks Baditude. So, the Protank is a cartotank. :) And the tank in the OP is for use with clearomizers?

    I put in a support ticket to Halo being since I can't find it on their website. I just asked how compatible it would be with other tanks that I've seen online. We'll see what they say. :)
     
  19. Subdivisions

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    It would be the atomizer head that's in the protank. Not compatible. A cartomizer is a tube with an atomizer buried inside a bunch of filler material that you soak with liquid.
     
  20. Grimwald

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    Please be aware that the Triton battery is 808/ego threaded. Some of whats been recommended is 510 threaded and will not work without an adapter. My advise, use the Triton tank or mini tank from Halo to start. There are some other clearos at smokelessimage.com/?a_aid=4f3192263c7b1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Smokeless Image that will also fit.
     
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