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  1. markodes

    markodes Full Member

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    Hello everyone, new here! I have been stalking ECF for some time now and I must say I am confused with all the technical stuff.
    I have bought Ecig from china, however the drag have been hard and there is not much vapor. So I am trying my second order but decided first to ask some questions before I waste more money

    I have been reading on this forum about resistance and voltage and learned that this is what makes the vapor good. Can someone recommend some guides on this forum for the kr808d-1 model. I have been looking but could not find the best combination of resistance and voltage (you can ask the china company if they have this before ordering).
     
  2. Tiny

    Tiny Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome to the forum! I'm afraid I don't know much about the KR808 model but there are plenty of people who do and the should be along shortly. The tech stuff is a bit confusing, all I know is that the gear I own works and keeps me off the analogs. Best of luck and take care.
     
  3. blkhwk07

    blkhwk07 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hello and welcome,I'm new myself but from what I've seen the 808 e-cig style carto are only one resistance,3ohm I think.But Boge makes good carto for it.
     
  4. dlsw

    dlsw Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Actually, V4L makes two; the WOW and the Cool Cart. I don't know the Ohms, though and I don't know if they ship to Europe. What country?
     
  5. Bradder

    Bradder Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome to the forums - like Tiny, I am mot familiar with the 808 but did want to welcome you. You will get lots of opinions so I will summarize them here: Go for a Provari; Go for an E-Power, Go for an eGo-C... think that is about it. Persnally, I use a 510 thread for the flexibility and still use my standards, xl, eGo, and eGo-C. Never been one to get into the volts/ohms stuff - to me vaping should be a fun thing, not something I have to study :).

    Basically my thought is if it works for you fine. You didn't start out driving a large caddy (i started driving with a '64 VW and don't regret it), but as I got better at driving and learned more I moved up through the ranks to a Volvo Station Wagon. Don't sweat the small stuff - if it keeps you away from cigs you will probably be better financially and health-wise no matter waht you chose.

    Not sure if DorMouse is on-line, but you might shoot her a note. Appears to be fairly well versed in 808s.
     
  6. markodes

    markodes Full Member

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    Hi, Bradder thanks for the info, but unfortunately I can not send PM (looks like I need to make more posts). I want the KR808D-1 because of simplicity (2-piece design). I do not have time for refills.

    Thank you for all the replies.s
     
  7. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    smokelessimage, volt, bloog, and V4L all have the 808's with prefilled cartomizers. I've always heard that bloog and volt hit the hardest in terms of voltage but I'm sure someone will chime in and correct me if I'm wrong.

    Welcome to ECF.
     
  8. bushmasterar15

    bushmasterar15 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome to ECF.
     
  9. franck9133

    franck9133 Full Member

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    welcome,
    You can find many resistances avalable for your kanger in europe, you know.
     
  10. nansc

    nansc Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi and welcome to the forum.
     
  11. Retriever

    Retriever Moved On

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    Hello and welcome to ECF! :) You may want to check out Smokelsss Image as Hairball mentioned. They have a very good product and excellent customer service.
     
  12. Bradder

    Bradder Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Not trying to sell you on any particular series, but do keep in mind that the 510 can be a "two piece system" by using cartos instead of carts/atty. Whatever choice you make I am sure it will be right one for you. That is really the only thing that is important.
     
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