Protected 3V CR2's in stock now!

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  1. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Hi All,

    Just to let you know that we have some protected CR2 3V batteries up for sale here, in our mod accessories shop.

    These batteries offer a safer alternative to the unprotected CR2's and have a built-in PCB.

    Stocks are limited.....
     
  2. youfillintheblank

    youfillintheblank Super Member ECF Veteran

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  3. tribalmasters

    tribalmasters Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    That would have been just what I needed to revive my GG but the button is a bit naff aws its one of the old buttons :(
     
  4. Spiker

    Spiker Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Are they the same size as standart CR2's? I know some protected batts are a couple mm longet to acommodate the protection PC board. Just want to make sure they fit like normal batts.
     
  5. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Will post pictures asap...
     
  6. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I'm sure you'll be able to send it back for an upgrade if you ask Imeo politely. :)

    They are around a 1mm longer than the unprotected 'Ultrafires'. ;)
     
  7. tribalmasters

    tribalmasters Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I'm not sure my GG will make it to Greece, I heard some got lost :( I'll keep it as an ornament perhaps as a museum piece one day!!

    Besides, I'm more than happy with my Stick V3 you sent me and the Tornado TECC shipped to me yesterday to get my 510 fix :)
     
  8. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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  9. Cherice

    Cherice Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Out of curiosity, what is the exact length and diameter measurements of these? Want to make sure they would work for my device. Thanks..
     
  10. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Length: 28.5mm
    Width: 15.5mm

    :)
     
  11. forcedfuel50

    forcedfuel50 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Tim,

    Would you be willing to reveal your source on these batteries? Alot of people in the US would like to have access to them if possible as a few US mods run these and for safety reasons it's really a good battery to have. I understand if you don't want to, but had to ask.

    Kind regards,

    David
     
  12. Cherice

    Cherice Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Just PM him. I did and he replied. I understand him not wanting to post it publicly :)
     
  13. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Check your PM's.... :)
     
  14. O-WK

    O-WK Full Member

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    I receive this error if I order it:

    Sorry!

    There has been a problem processing your request. Below is a bit of information about the error:

    COM Error Number -2147012894 (0x80072EE2)
    File Name /pprouk/pprouk.inc
    Line Number 84


    Please contact the Mr Site support team on 090 5096 0111 to discuss this error during working hours: GMT 9.30am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Please quote this error when calling. Alternatively, email the details to support@mrsite.co.uk.

    You can try to log in again or try hitting the back button on your browser and attempt the request again. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
     
  15. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Hi OW-K

    I'm not 100% sure about this error message - I've just tried a test order and all seemed to be okay.

    The website is best viewed through Firefox or IE - could it be a browser issue?

    It would be best to email me: admin@smokejuice.co.uk if you are still having problems. :)

    Regards,

    Tim
     
  16. frogbmth

    frogbmth Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    0x80072EE2 is a timeout error, could be a firewall issue or similar.
     
  17. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Thanks for the input Frog.... better than my technically challenged response! lol :D
     
  18. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Having just had a discussion with Cisco it is important to note the following about these batteries:


    These protected LiFePo batteries will not work with a regular 510 atomiser at 6 volts. They will however work with the higher resistant type 510 (as sold in our mod shop). They should also work fine with either 901 or 801 atomisers.

    Anyone who has purchased these batteries for the sole purpose of using these batteries with a standard 510 atomiser, if you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact me: admin@smokejuice.co.uk to arrange a refund.

    I would also recommend anyone considering vaping @ 6V should consider the higher resistant atomisers regardless as a regular 510 @ 6V will burn out much quicker.

    Thanks for your attention,

    Tim :)
     
  19. T-Hefner

    T-Hefner Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Why is that tho Tim? Usually it doesnt matter protected or not at 6volts my 510 attys work....very wierd.

    -Tim
     
  20. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Hi Tim -

    Apologies for the delay.

    These are protected LiFPo's and with the lower resistant regular 510 atty, the protection board on the battery unfortunately kicks and shuts off the voltage to the atty before it can engage.

    This is however not a problem with the higher resistance 510 atties (or regular 901/801).

    Furthermore, the regular (non-protected but safer than li-ions) CR2 LiFePo's we sell are fine with all atomisers.

    Hope that makes sense -

    Tim :)
     
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