The three main sizes of ecig

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  1. rolygate

    rolygate Forum Manager Admin Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This article tells you about the 3 main types of ecigs, which are also the main size groups.

    http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/ecf-library/287787-three-main-types-ecig-explanation.html

    The small models look like a regular cigarette, we call these minis or cigalikes. They are popular with new users because they look like a regular smoke (well - they do if you get a white one).

    Bigger ones work better, as the battery is bigger: we call these mid-size or eGo-types. They are like a small cigar.

    Bigger still are the APVs, also called mods, which can have big batteries for ultimate performance. They come in a box or fat tube style. Some have digital readouts or other extra features.


    Recommended for your first purchase
    We recommend a smaller mid-size model to start with, they are a good mix of size / cost / performance (performance improves with larger size, decreases with smaller size). So, a good choice is an eGo-type with a 650mAh battery and a clearo head.

    kr8-vs-tornado-650.jpg

    --above, a mini is next to the smallest eGo type--
    - centre-click the image, and it will open fullsize in a new tab
    - or, right-click it, and choose Open in a New Tab (or window)
    - it's a KR808 next to a Riva 650mAh
     
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