Type A and Type B?

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  1. Wolf308

    Wolf308 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm looking around online for Joye eGo-C atmozier heads, and I was wondering what the difference is between the Type A and Type B atomizer heads?
     
  2. moishesmom

    moishesmom Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi Wolf.....It's the size of the heads for the tanks that go on them. The B is the larger of the 2. Hope this helps.
     
  3. Salt&PePPer

    Salt&PePPer Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The addys are the same. Just the tanks and cones are different from the A to B.
     
  4. billo

    billo Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Get a B. It's bigger but costs the same.

    It also draws a little easier.
     
  5. Switched

    Switched ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    From JoyEtech....

    There is subtle structural different between type A and type B atomizer head:

    If you put A type atomizer head into B type atomizer body, it may cause a little leakage.

    If you put B type atomizer head into A type atomizer body, it may cause a little burning taste.

    Through test, in order to reach the best effect, we recommend you not to mix type A and type B pack in use.

    ETA: Type B are laser etched.
     
  6. TEKWRX

    TEKWRX Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I've been using type-a heads with my type-b tanks & cone for the last week with no problems. Very rarely I get slight leakage if I'm chain vaping, but I think that would happen anyway due to the design of the system. I do have one type-b head that I don't use because its LR and always tastes burned, but when I compare it physically to a type-a, I can't see a difference.

    That being said, once what I have is worn out, I will be buying a pack of type-b. But for now type-a seems to be doing the job.

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  7. Switched

    Switched ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    I hear ya Tek. It doesn't make sense to me as well. Why 2 different atties, when only the cylinder is different with the exception of head pressure, which is insignificant at best.
     
  8. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The difference between the joyetech heads is that there are slots on the inside of the spike. The A type as three slots and the B type has only one. This has to do with 'flow'.

    The slots on the A's are inside the spike at 12, 4 and 8 o'clock. The one slot on the new B types is at 12 o'clock only.

    That said, some of the early Joyetech and Ovale B types had the three slots... but Joye tweaked the B's to one slot only.

    I did have a pic of the one slot but can't find it.... but here's the three slots:

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    The atty holders are identical.
     
  9. Switched

    Switched ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    As usual Mr eGo guru, thanks a bunch. Them sneaky Chinese.
     
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