whats the best e-cig for vape & batt life???

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by animal39, Jul 31, 2011.

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  1. animal39

    animal39 New Member

    hi new on here hoping to get some advice regarding purchasing new e-cig sets
    im currently using dse901 and was intially impressed and quit the the roll ups but loss of battery life stressed me right out !!
    any ideas on preventing this happening to these or where to get a better c-cig ???
    cheers in advance
     
  2. Hondo69

    Hondo69 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    All models that look like standard cigs are called "minis" because they use the smallest batteries. I bought and borrowed a number of brands before I found one with decent staying power.

    Also, a few of the brands I bought had a dud for a battery and had to be returned but the replacements ended up working OK. Eventually I stepped up to a Riva 510 with larger battery and have been happy since.
     
  3. leftfeild

    leftfeild Super Member ECF Veteran

    Well, there's so many options out there but most would say to get an ego or riva:

    Ego- Electronic Cigarette - Starter Kits - eGo
    Riva- Electronic Cigarette - Starter Kits - Riva 510

    I'd say the Riva has a little edge over the ego because it's regulated at a slighly higher voltage (3.7v compared to 3.4v) but they're essentially the same.

    The 650mAh batteries last me all day and it's really not much bigger than a superking, just fatter: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/leftfeild/capon.jpg (ego next to a volt pv)

    Click the discount code on the top of libertyflights for 10% off as well!

    By the way there's also a 510 to 808/901 adapter out there too: Mods - E-Cig Multi Adapters That way you can keep using your 901 cartomisers or try out the many, many options a 510 threaded device has.

    I use the ego with an 808 adapter so I can use 808 cartomisers on it and still use my volt with its 808 cartomisers. I save money just buying one set of cartomisers this way.

    So yeah, all I'm saying is you don't need the whole kit, if you want you can get a set of batteries, a charger and an adapter and there you go, compatable gear that's going to last a ton longer in battery life, though it wouldn't hurt to get a whole kit for the atomisers and stuff that comes with it. More spare things to keep you going!
     
  4. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

  5. animal39

    animal39 New Member

    thanks for the responce ,
    ive been looking at the fatter e-cigs to buy , was looking at the "jsb apache" that seems simular to the riva 501 thats been recommended.
    so time to weigh up the pros and cons of them now.
     
  6. Eclipsed1770

    Eclipsed1770 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Take a look at the Echo. Check out the echo thread. I got one a few months ago, moved up from a KR808d-1. I really like the auto battery. I got the 1300mah battery one and it last more than a day for me. The 3ml cartos last me all day. Just a thought.
     
  7. markfm

    markfm PIF Moderator Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    If you are in the us, go to the liberty-flights.com home page, there is an icon in the upper left for 20% discount instead of 10.
     
  8. carpedebass

    carpedebass Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

  9. wv2win

    wv2win ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    For a small step up, I would suggest the E-Power from either Liberty Flights or MadVapes. The batteries last much longer and only cost (when you buy them from the right place) about $3.95 each.

    But these "next step up" PV's by far do not provide the "best" battery life, throat hit or consistency of the top of the line models. My PV provides 21+ hours on a charge and is one of the best for consistency and throat hit.
     
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