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    1. BsgD68
      Hey, thanks for the speedy reply! I'll give 'em a try now, I'd have hated to throw them out. Btw, great videos, you're a natural.
    2. Automaton
      Hey there! It's not so much that LR cartos are bad - lots of people like them. I just happen not to. You have to drip on them a lot more to keep them from burning, and they just taste to hot to me. But that's just me.

      The bigger issue is how your eGo will handle it. I believe LR cartos are 2.0ohms or around there usually. That's not as bad as the 1.5ohm LR atties, which killed one of my eGo batteries. You'd probably be fine. But after losing a battery, I'm reluctant to use anything under 2.5ohm on an eGo. That's just my personal paranoia. The switch can get over-stressed from the heat, but 2.0ohm *should* be ok. It's not quite as big of a strain. Just make sure you let it cool down between vapes. The heat is what will likely cause problems.

      Your Chuck, on the other hand, has a tougher switch and a higher amperage battery. It can run LR anything with no real risks.
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