Kanger EVOD

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  1. QTPie

    QTPie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I am looking at upgrading from my cig a like to the Kanger EVOD. Is this a good choice?
     
  2. notawoman

    notawoman Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes, but youll need a battery with ego threading and variable voltage too
     
  3. skyztheLynnit

    skyztheLynnit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    YES
    Get it now.. do not pass go...do not collect $200
     
  4. skyztheLynnit

    skyztheLynnit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    FYI.. i dont have variable voltage..
     
  5. volume control

    volume control Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    My evods at 1.8ohm work great on a non VV ego 650. Great clouds
     
  6. DanKnowsJack

    DanKnowsJack Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    EVOD is actually a complete set up, most vendors only sell the clearomizers though. EVOD batteries are basically Kanger's attempt at ego batteries, I haven't really heard anything good, or bad about them.

    ETA: Discount Vapers sells EVOD batteries.
     
  7. NamVet68

    NamVet68 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The EVOD is actually a pretty handy clearo...I use them when I'm out & about all the time, even though I prefer RBAs when I'm at my desk/home. They are cheap, decent flavor, generally don't leak, and you can rebuild the heads yourself if you are handy at all.

    The only drawback I've had with them is when building a lowΩ coil (which I prefer) - they can crack up around the top plastic portion of the drip-tip, but if you use stock replacement heads, or build your coils to stock specs (1.8Ω or above) you won't run into that problem at all.

    Just make sure your MOD/battery takes E-Go threading (or get an adapter) and you are good to go.
     
  8. QTPie

    QTPie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yeah I'm looking at the complete kit. Just checking to see if anyone has tried or used them?
     
  9. look30

    look30 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I recently fell in love with Evods after buying only one... the only drawback is the filling IMHO.
    I am considering putting a hole next to the driptip to make filling easier. Couldn't find anything yet to plug the hole with.
     
  10. DanKnowsJack

    DanKnowsJack Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I can say that the EVOD clearo's are great, they have become my favorite clearomizer (I still prefer carto tanks). Unfortunatly I have not used the batteries, but after looking them up they seem like a good ego style battery.
     
  11. notawoman

    notawoman Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    No, evods are a bottom coil clearomizers. you might be able to buy a kit with ego style batteries. you can use them on any battery with who threads or an ego adapter.
     
  12. DanKnowsJack

    DanKnowsJack Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Kanger E-vod starter kit – KangerTech
     
  13. notawoman

    notawoman Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I would honestly go for the ego twists then pick up a bunch of evods and the different ohm replacement heads, you'll have a lot more control over your vape
     
  14. notawoman

    notawoman Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Good job you found a " kit ". Containing knock off ego batteries with evods.
     
  15. DanKnowsJack

    DanKnowsJack Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Lol, yes I found a "kit" from KANGER with KANGER evod batteries, and a KANGER evod clearo. And unless your buying your ego batteries from Janty, your buying "knockoff's".
     
  16. lynch

    lynch Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  17. skyztheLynnit

    skyztheLynnit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Pffttt disregard
     
  18. EazyMango

    EazyMango Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    What lynch said .....
     
  19. pcrdude

    pcrdude Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I like evod clearos, and I have a couple 650 mah evod batteries. They are regulated to 3.7 volts, so you can select evod coil resistance that gives you the watts you like. There is a thread in the ego forum....
     
  20. burnndaylight

    burnndaylight Full Member Verified Member

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    I just got the EVOD battery and Carto combo for my husband and I last month and I would highly recommend, we started with an 808 cigalike and this was an easy transition. The EVOD combo is sleek and not too big at all the kit came with two batteries and two matching cartomizers and 5 replacement heads and the charger. Super easy to refill, super easy to use, consistent hits and I LOVE it!!!
     
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