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Mooch
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Mooch

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    1. andreariana
      andreariana
      hi..
      have you ever heard of AWT IMR 18650??
      are they true IMR or INR?
      are they really good?
      cause the price tag is much higher than samsung 25R and LG HG2.
      1. Mooch
        Mooch
        No need to wait for me to get back to you. :)
        You can check which batteries I 've tested by looking in my blog.

        I've tested a couple of AWT's and they were ok batteries but did not meet their ratings. They are IMR or IMR but I don't know which.
        Feb 19, 2016
    2. Laurie luo
      Laurie luo
      Hi Mooch, my friend keeps talking about you for a long time. lol
      1. Mooch
        Mooch
        Hello!
        I hope your friend was saying good things. :)
        Feb 19, 2016
      2. Laurie luo
        Laurie luo
        Lol, of course good things.
        Feb 24, 2016
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    3. Vaping_Racoon
      Vaping_Racoon
      Hi Mooch,

      thanks alot for the great battery safety chart you made.

      I got a regulated Kbox 200W and I just bought 2 Samsung 30Q at my local shop.

      On the chart it seems to be the same thing as the 25R's Amp wise.. Am I right?

      Should I be alright or should I exchange them for LG HE-4?

      I'm sorry I'm kinda confused about all this and I want to be safe.
      1. Mooch
        Mooch
        The 30Q's should be fine up to 150W or so if you're not chain vaping with crazy long pulls.
        Feb 12, 2016
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      2. Vaping_Racoon
        Vaping_Racoon
        Okay perfect, I plan on using up to 80W-100W maximum.
        I got it for battery life more than for sick buildz.

        Thanks bro :p
        Feb 12, 2016
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      3. Vaping_Racoon
        Vaping_Racoon
        I forgot to ask last time, is it valuable for any build (The 150W Limit)

        Like would I be okay if I did a 0.2 or 0.3 ohms build firing it at 70-100 Watts?
        Feb 27, 2016
    4. supersaiyan
      supersaiyan
      Hey i was told you know your batteries, im planning on getting that rx200 and building up to .05 ohms i like my higher wattages between 100 and 150 which batteries would be best in this mod for me?
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      2. supersaiyan
        supersaiyan
        They werent specific on their wattage range so you think the hg2s are good up to 200 watts? If i wanted to push it that high
        Feb 8, 2016
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      3. supersaiyan
        supersaiyan
        I actaully made a mistake on my first post i would be building up to .2 ohms and vaping at 100-150 maybe higher.
        Feb 8, 2016
      4. Mooch
        Mooch
        Yes, up to 200W is ok. Coil resistance doesn't matter with a regulated device (up to the limit of the mod).
        Feb 8, 2016
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    5. MintyDripper
      MintyDripper
      So i was told your the one to ask about battery safety. I was wondering if you could tell me what batteries would be best for 2 devices. The Rx200 and the Snowman Mech. I'm usually building around .2ohm and above. But i might dive a little lower with the mech, but nothing under .1ohm. What would be the best battery choice's for these mods?.
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      2. Mooch
        Mooch
        Dual parallel?
        Feb 8, 2016
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      4. Mooch
        Mooch
        Sorry, I can't look up that mod for you. If it's parallel then I recommend HG2's or 30Q's for it also. If you chain vape or take long pulls keep an eye on battery temperature.
        Feb 8, 2016
    6. JMak642
      JMak642
      Mooch, I just want to say thanks for doing all the testing you do and have done. It's value is priceless in a world where battery manufacturing is pretty much the wild west. Knowing how a battery will perform is the biggest unknown danger on the hardware side of vaping, and you manage to remove a great deal of that mystery.
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      2. Mooch
        Mooch
        Thank you!
        Feb 5, 2016
    7. coilburner
      coilburner
      With a series mod is the amps your drawing evenly distributed over all the batteries or can you only go to the CDR of one battery?
      1. Mooch
        Mooch
        Each battery in series must be able to handle the total current draw. It is not divided.
        Jan 10, 2016
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      2. Mooch
        Mooch
        Did this answer your question?
        Feb 8, 2016
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