What do all the letters stand for? (T, C, CE, etc.)

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  1. AndreaR

    AndreaR Full Member Verified Member

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    I've figured out that VV means variable voltage but I'm lost with the rest. I was looking at getting an ego kit and was quickly overwhelmed with Ego-C, Ego-CC, Ego-T, and so on. I'm also confused on clearomizers with all the T, V, CE, etc.
     
  2. cmdebrecht

    cmdebrecht Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I would love to help but I am still confounded by all the acronyms! I think the Cs may have something to do with cartridges, and the Ts might mean tanks. Or twist (variable voltage).

    Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help you out soon...
     
  3. AndreaR

    AndreaR Full Member Verified Member

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    I am also wondering if Joyetech and Ovale are the same company.
     
  4. mooreted

    mooreted Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    They are just different model names like Honda Accord vs Honda Civic. The T stands for tank, the rest are arbitrary.
     
  5. mooreted

    mooreted Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Also, Ovale and Joytech are different companies.
     
  6. Bad Ninja

    Bad Ninja Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Ovale is a distributor.
    They sell products manufactured by Joye

    Or so I understand
     
  7. IMFire3605

    IMFire3605 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Ego-C = Ego Cone. An older cartridge system, the cone goes over the cartridge and is mainly a cosmetic attachment. These are the larger threadings on an Ego battery, so any like Kanger T3, iClear 30 that uses these threads can attach to it using the center as positive post, cone threading as the negative contact point.

    Ego-T = As mentioned above, Tank cartridge system, again an older system, Ego-C I believe was the upgrade to this system, and the current Ego-C battery has a bit more features over the Ego-T, like for instance going from regulated 3.3v output to unregulated 3.7v mode that decreases as the battery drains, also all Ego Twists are all Ego-C Twists.

    Not an official Joyetech identifier, but the Ego-V and Ego-V V2 is a variable volt like the Ego-C Twist, but it is adjusted by buttons not a dial and ranges in voltage of 3.0v to 6.0v over the Ego-C Twist being 3.2v to 4.6 or 4.8v.
     
  8. Ryedan

    Ryedan ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I believe the C in eGo-C stands for changeable.

    There is a very good writeup of it all here. I learned a few things reading through it.
     
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