Krimson Kustoms, 3.7v, 5, Variable Voltage and Evercool. Quality, Look, Great Price.

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  1. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Krimson Kustoms now offering a full line that's updated as of 10-13-2011:

    3.7v Box mod:
    - 510 connection
    - 2xAA battery case
    - Blue 3.7v
    - Green 3.7v with brass beauty ring
    - Purple 3.7v (Paint Extra)

    3.7v Bottomfeeder Box:
    - 510 connection
    - 2xAA Battery case
    - Clear 3.7v Bottomfeeder
    - Video of the Newer version.

    Evercool Box Mod:
    - 510 connection
    - 3xAA battery case
    - Sister Evercools
    - Black on Black Evercool
    - Green on Green Evercool
    - Red Evercool
    - New Blue on Blue Evercool
    - Purple Evercool (Paint Extra)
    - Blue Evercool
    - Evercool Brothers
    - White Evercool with Black button/knob

    Evercool 14500 with Display "Little Man":
    - 510 connection
    - 3xAA Battery case
    - LCD Display
    - Red Little Man small dial
    - Green Little Man
    - Black Little Man

    Evercool 14500 with Bottomfeeder:
    - 510 connection
    - 4xAA Battery Case
    - 14500 Evercool Bottomfeeder
    - Purple 14500 Bottomfeeder (Paint Job Extra)
    - 14500 Bottomfeeder w Display (Display Extra)

    Evercool 18650:
    - 510 connection
    - 4x2x1 Case
    - Blue Devil
    - 18650 White enclosure w/ gold (Accents extra)

    Evercool 18650 with Display:
    - 510 connection
    - 4.4x2.4x1.2 Case
    - 18650 Blue case w display.
    - 18650 Clear Case display and recessed well (Recessed Well Extra)

    Evercool 18650 bottomfeeder:
    - 510 connection
    - 4.4x2.4x1.2 Case
    - 18650 Bottomfeeder with display(display is extra.)

    I offer a fairly large variety of beauty rings, drip cups, and wells: Beauty Rings, Dripwells, Drip cups.

    All of the battery cases are available in blue, green, red, clear, solid white or solid black. All of the enclosures are normally available in clear, red, blue, grey, or black(some special size cases may need to be ordered or unavailable in certain colors).

    Not all mods are created equal nor do they all fall under the same price. All mod prices are base and depend mainly on how much customization is done beyond normal. If you need further details for pricing and pictures please PM me and I will do my best to get back with you faster.


    Clear enclosure Evercool with Display
    Black 4xAA Evercool W/ Display
    14500 Bottomfeeder w/ Display in 4xAA black
    14500 in clear enclosure
    14500 Evercool w display 4xAA
    Chameleon Paint
    Krescendo in Red

    website: Home - Krimson Kustoms
    James :evil:
     

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  2. thughes

    thughes Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This may be a silly question. But what is the difference between the evercool and non evercool vari volt? I guess the question is what is evercool? Lol. Also will your vari volt boxes push dual coils without shutting off? Thanks in advance! They look really nice and good luck with your new business! :)
     
  3. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Actually the idea behind the "evercool" type mod is that it uses a Switching regulator instead of a Linear. I could get technical but it's easier to put it like this: A linear regulator takes all of the current the batteries offer and anything it doesn't send to the atomizer it dissipates as heat, this makes the mod hot to the touch and burns battery life. Evercool instead uses a Switching regulator that it takes smaller chunks of energy and only provides the necessary current, saving battery life and not creating heat.

    So Evercool style mods don't get hot(near the chip) and they have a longer battery life as they are a lot more efficient.

    The variable voltage chips I use actually do push the dual coils without shutting down, I haven't tested the Evercool but as it has the same amperage out and I use the same 3 amp buttons it should as well with no issue.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Devil :evil:
     
  4. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    A quick update, I've had a few people ask about the beauty ring. It's a small cap cup, usually only catches a drop or two but I mainly like it because it does add class to the mod without removing it's ability to have sometime like a tank used on it.

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    Keep the questions coming, very helpful information.

    Devil:evil:
     
  5. 36tinybells

    36tinybells ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Those are nice! Good prices too. I'm set for now, but good to know you're around for friends!
     
  6. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks for stopping by, always appreciate a look and a comment. :thumbs:

    Devil
     
  7. DavidTop

    DavidTop Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I bought a vv from James a few weeks ago. Great output and construction. This was before he decided to start his own line. I would have gone for the evercool if I had known it would be available, c'est la vie. Mine came through the for sale ads.
     
  8. thughes

    thughes Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    How do you adjust the voltage on your vari volts? Is it a thumb wheel? Thanks in advance!
     
  9. DavidTop

    DavidTop Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You use a small screwdriver on the pot. The pot itself is recessed in the box, accessed through a small hole drilled in the box.
     
  10. fenderbc

    fenderbc Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The evercool uses 2xAA case. So, I'm assuming it will take one 14500 batt? If yes, can you comment on batt life around 4.2 to 4.5V usage?
     
  11. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes, a small screwdriver can adjust the voltage, I can either make it flush with the surface or recessed depending on how people wish the mod to look.

    Devil :evil:
     
  12. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Sorry about that Fender, that was a mistake on my part in the writing of the thread. The Evercools I make are in a 3xAA case and they use 2 14500 batteries. Here is a few pictures of what they look like:

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  13. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I do credit bigblue for the name and the design is similar only not the exact same chip. However, he already stated once in his post his idea was open source. I do thank him for all of his amazing work in furthering modding just as with breakthru.

    James
     
  14. DavidTop

    DavidTop Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    PM sent - decided I have to have an evercool
     
  15. Amajn

    Amajn Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Above quotes should read as the following,



    Get over it Willyb go cry about this somewhere else no one cares :vapor::blink:
     
  16. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I am actually using a very similar chip that has a PWM type circuit in it that hopefully elongates battery life. If anything I truly hope for a better mod for all my customers to enjoy. I'm very sorry for any animosity you've perceived but I would also ask you not to derail my thread please.

    Amajn, thanks for stopping in and looking around, it's always good to see new faces in the thread.

    Devil :evil:
     
  17. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Small thumb-wheel style attachable for finger adjustment of voltage in the works.

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    Devil :evil:
     
  18. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    If you have an issue with Amajn, please take it to a different place. Or are you referring to me with your comment?

    Devil
     
  19. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Someone asked if the clear cases turn out well and how well the LED fires up a clear case. So I made one and it turned out amazing, I used a green LED as you can see, but it fills the case really well. Reaches to the other side of the case.

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  20. JamesW

    JamesW Super Member ECF Veteran

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    At the behest of a customer I tried my hand at the 3.7v bottomfeeder that folks seem to like. As it turns out...not as simple as you'd think to make it look good.

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