segelei 30w

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  1. cleggjm

    cleggjm Senior Member

    Has anyone tried the segelei 30w? If so how what batteries did you use and what are some good chargers and how many batteries should I get and what type help please?
     
  2. eratikmind

    eratikmind Retired & Squonking It Verified Member

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    I have a Pila and a Xtar VP2 charger. They are both excellent chargers and should be more than capable of meeting your vaping needs.

    I believe that the recommended battery for this particular mod is the Efest Purple 18650 35A battery.

    its always good to have at least 1 extra battery on hand.
     
  3. Susan~S

    Susan~S ECF Guru Verified Member

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    :danger: There are problems with some of the purple EFest batteries. The battery you listed is mislabeled. It is only 20A continuous.

    This link is from Baditude (our resident battery/safety expert): Purple Efest Batteries not as Advertised
     
  4. shatteredsoul76

    shatteredsoul76 Super Member Verified Member

    I have a Sigelei 20w along with 2 Sony VTC-5 and a Nitecore I4 V2 charger, it all works great.
     
  5. jamikaze

    jamikaze Full Member

    Just curious but why the Sigeli as opposed to say, a box mod? Personally I don't like the way it looks.
     
  6. eratikmind

    eratikmind Retired & Squonking It Verified Member

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    That is the recommended battery. As usual, buyer beware and purchase from a reputable dealer.
     
  7. roosterado

    roosterado Super Member

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    I have a Seigeli 20 watt [with a 26650 tube from VariTube. I use mnke IMR 26650 3400mah for that.And a Seigeli 30 watt . aesthetics is subjecttive just like E-Liquid Flavors. I have been using thesr batteries for the 30watt and for my Mechs-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bb4nj91as9k. I never build below .5 ohm and try to keep builds for my regulated devices about 1 ohm. or higher . Not a Cloud Chaser or super sub ohm builder obviously.
     
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