k100+kick?

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  1. stan smith

    stan smith Full Member

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    hey guys and gals i just wanna start off by saying thanks to all the great people on here and helping me with my other posts, so i want to get a mech mod and im looking at getting the k100 i want somthing with ego cone threads so i can use an evod so my big question is i want it to be as small as i can get it so its easy to carry i want to use a kick because i want low battery protection thats the biggest thing so is there somthing else i can use to do that? and can i run an 18350 battery on a kick running a 1.8 ohm coil on the evod and be safe? its my first mech mod im using a volcano lavatube v2 with an aga-t2 so any help would be great thank you

    happy vaping:vapor:
     
  2. Ryedan

    Ryedan ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    OK, so first off, the use of the occasional comma and/or period is good. Makes your post a bit easier to read :thumb:

    So, the K100 has no eGo threads or eGo cone threads. It is not the smallest of mods, but if you put a small battery in it it is on the small side. A kick will make it longer. Yes, you can use a kick clone if you want. Yes, you can run a 18350 on a kick and a evod with a 1.8 ohm coil and be safe, as long as you don't do anything to make it unsafe.

    HTH.
     
  3. stan smith

    stan smith Full Member

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    Thank you, is there a mech mod that you would recomend that has ego cone threading? I would like to have a bottom buttom. Sorry i dont spell well im a hands on person lol
     
  4. BobC

    BobC Reformed Squonker Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I know you said mechanical, but for small, have you seen this?
    Little Sister Variable Vari-Cool - Ken's Boxmods
     
  5. xXReaper937Xx

    xXReaper937Xx Full Member Verified Member

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    The K100 DOES have ego cone threads. I've had an EVOD on it since I got it. It will also allow you to screw on the eGo cones. You may be referring to a previous version, but as far as I know, that is no longer the case.
     
  6. Bill's Magic Vapor

    Bill's Magic Vapor Juice Maker Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    My K100 is less than 45 days old. got it from FT. It DOES NOT have ego threading on it. It is a Kamry.

    Why a mechanical, trying to make it work with an evod. There are dozens of better choices, imho, and plenty of 18350 regulated APV's with small form factors. The iTaste 3.0 is a regulated mod that looks great and works great with the evod. It's very affordable, a bit higher than an ego Twist, but not by much. These devices are tailor made to work with the evod. You can have all the features possible in a small form factor using the evod and getting a terrific vape. Variable voltage is going to be your best bet with the evod, imho. Mechs have their uses, but I don't think of my mechs using evods at all. That is a strange combination, though I'm certain there are plenty of people who will disagree. As a starting device, I think a small form factor vv APV is the way to go. Lotsa minis to choose from too.
     
  7. Jazzi Mike

    Jazzi Mike Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    There is not some sort of rule to say that all advanced vapers have mechanical mods. For what you are looking for, I would recommend a VV/VW mod. There safety features on them, so you don't have to worry about over discharge as much. With an 18350 battery, they are not very large.

    Part of the draw with mechanical mods, is the ability to tinker and customize your vape (through low resistance, etc...). If you are not there yet, I think a VV/VW mod may be more up your alley. Plus, some of the VV/VW mods are ego threaded, so you would be able to use your evod clearos
     
  8. Ryedan

    Ryedan ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I was wrong. Mine does have eGo cone threads, I just never tried screwing anything but a RBA onto it. My K100, bought from Canvape in Canada, says KeCig on it. So it looks like the ones from Kamry don't and the ones from KeCig do.
     
  9. stan smith

    stan smith Full Member

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    i just wanna say thanks to everyone who helped me out you are all a great group of people. i think i made my choice and am going to go with the innokin itaste v3

    happy vaping:vapor:
     
  10. StarDose

    StarDose Super Member ECF Veteran

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    The k100 has ego threading and a kick + 18350 won't last very long since the kick stops around 3.7v.
     
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