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Anyone here still use their 510??

Discussion in 'Joye 510' started by JellieBean, Sep 18, 2012.

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  1. Tokinvaap

    Tokinvaap Full Member Verified Member

    Feb 7, 2013
    Indiana
    I still use my 510's anytime I leave the house. I get decent vapor. There great for when I am driving or out in public. Very discreet. The batteries don't last long so I take along at least three.
     
  2. pkj

    pkj Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 18, 2010
    Paula in Arizona
    I have several small 510 batteries and chargers. I have them set up as loaners with a couple 18mg, samples of juices, (tobacco & fruit) and some cartomizers. I loan them out to folks I meet who are wanting to try an e-cig with the understanding I want them back in 2 weeks.

    Only one person in the past three years has failed to return the 'package' to me. Only one person in the past three years of loaning them out decided they did not like vaping.

    I don't use them myself, but I can't leave functioning gear laying in a drawer. I figured this was one way I could get some good use out them.
     
  3. aewolfe

    aewolfe Full Member

    Jun 28, 2010
    Boston MA
    Hello All,
    I had started vaping some time ago and was quite pleased. I had stopped using cigs and everything was good. I ran out of supplies and started up on the cigs again. I have decided to start again but my only real experience is with the 510 with the cartimizers, I never used the atomizers. I contacted the place I used to deal with and they no longer sell the 510. I have been looking online but it seems to me that I can only find the 510 kits with the atomizers, not caartimizers.

    So, my question to everyone. Should I use a different model? I was rather happy with the 510. I like the fact that is looks and feels (somewhat) like a cig so I would rather stick with a model that is similar. I have used both manual and auto and generally switch from one to the other as my mood takes me. As I stated earlier I have never used an atomizer but I am will to try it if it is not difficult. I usually just kept the 510 fully loaded in my pocket and used it as I needed. No dripping or anything, other than refilling the carts as needed.

    Any help would be great. I plan to purchase in the next day or so. Any help would be great and if you have a preference in suppliers, I would like to hear that also.

    Thanks All.
     
  4. Shifter_scott

    Shifter_scott Full Member

    Aug 28, 2012
    RDU Triangle, NC
    ae,
    I think what you're talking about is the 510-T, which uses an atomizer and a clear plastic tank, rather than the cartridge with the fiber-fill that you're used to. 510-T atty's are compatible with all your 510 batteries, and in my opinion are superior to the cartridges in utility, flavor and throat hit. The tanks are easy to fill and hold more juice than the cartridges. Also you can clearly see how much juice you have left. If you're gonna stick with the 510, I definitely recommend going with the -T. When I use my 510, it's always with a tank, I haven't used the cartridges since my second week of vaping.
     
  5. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    If you specifically want to use cartos on your 510 batts, Ikenvape and Myvaporstore both have SR 510 cartos. Many places have 2.0 ohm 510 cartos also if you're willing use them on your 510 atties.

    510 batteries can be used with 510 cartos and atties, 510-t atties, or 306 atties or cartos. You can also use them with CE2s and CE3s too if you'ld like.

    I never liked the SR 510 cartos, not enough vapor. But, the little 510 batts don't last as long with LR (2.0 ohm or lower) cartos.

    I personally prefer to drip with a 510-t or SR 306 atty when using my 510 batts. But, that's just me.
     
  6. Koman

    Koman Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 7, 2010
    lv
    Still using 510 here!
     
  7. Tober138

    Tober138 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 14, 2010
    cHARLOTte, NC
    Still using them too. I use an eGo at home, but when I am out in public, I just prefer to have an e-cig that looks similar to an analog.
     
  8. Crimzen Eyez

    Crimzen Eyez Full Member

    Mar 4, 2013
    New York
    Nope i am no longer using a 510 it is a good little unit and is what got me started on vaping,however due to the batteries not lasting too long i eventually moved on to an ego and now mods.
     
  9. iceman68

    iceman68 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 24, 2013
    Chicago, IL, USA
    I still use my 510. Even though I upgraded to an eGo I still keep the 510 handy. It's smaller, lighter, and easier to take with me. Even though the battery life is short and you have to keep adding liquid, I still find myself using it.

    Actually, I get fairly decent vapor outta the 510. And I find it useful for testing a few drops of my DIY liquids.
     
  10. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    I went from 510 to ego. Recently, I bought mega 510s. Now I`ve just ordered the regular 510s. Guess I`m going backward, but there`s just something about the smaller ecigs that I like. I still smoke analogs, but with the 510s, I vape more. Go figure.
     
  11. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    I'm just going all over the place. Backwards, forwards, and sideways. I started with an eGo-T, then quickly went through 510 atties and cartos to the 306, which I stuck with exclusively for about 6 months.

    But, eventually I had to try it all! I have 801s, 901s, 808s, carto-tanks, Vivi Novas, T2s, Stardusts, . . . . . And, they're ALL good each in their own way!
     
  12. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    I also have 808s. I have tried just about every carto, tank, clearomizer, etc. that is out there. I also have the mego cone atomizer that I really like. Recently I tried the slim 510 clearos. I really do like them, but no way to change `em out. Just have to toss them when they`re done (as far as I know). They are some of the best I`ve used yet. Most of the clearos mute the taste for me-including the mini vivi`s. So, as I said, I`m ordering more 510s and more slim 510 clearos-that seems to be what works best for me.
    It really goes from a "stop smoking" thing to a hobby to an addiction. lol (forgot to mention, I have about 18 ecigs, not counting the 15 I have given away. 6 of those are ego-mini`s.
     
  13. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    Out of all those others you mentioned, 306, etc....are any of them any better than the 510? I`ve looked at them before, but tended to stick with the 510 because it has common threads with so much else.
     
  14. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    By slim 510 clearos, I assume you mean the Nano clearos? I just tried them recently and get a burnt taste after just a few hits. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. But, it's really good for those first couple of puffs!

    Maybe mine is just a dud?
     
  15. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    The 306 has the same threading as the 510. The 306 will always be my favorite!

    ETA: But, it does take a different kind of drip tip.

    This is a 306:
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    And, these are 306 drip tips:
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  16. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    No, not the nano`s. They were horrible. All I could taste was plastic. These are Kangar T4. Gotvapes and litecigusa has them.
    I may have to try out the 306s.
     
  17. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    I'll have to try out the T4. I don't have much experience with clearos, mostly with atties and a little with cartos. I just always end up getting frustrated and reverting to dripping instead. So, much simpler and more reliable.

    But, lately I've been using carto-tanks a little more. They're spoiling me.
     
  18. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    I have a baby kanger t3 on the way-as well as more t4s. I still use the cartos quite a bit, too, tho. I have a few tanks, but it just seems to me that the taste gets "off" a little quicker with them. I also ordered a t4 for the 808s to try out-Now you have me wanting to try the 306s. From what you said, I could use the t4s on them too. right?
     
  19. DancingHeretik

    DancingHeretik Dancing in the Chaos Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    San Antonio, TX
    Are you talking about getting 306 batteries? I've never bought a 306 battery and don't know anything about them. I don't know anyone who ever has. We just buy 306 atomizers and drip tips then use them on our 510/eGo batteries.

    I buy my 306s at Avid Vaper. I would recommend either LR306 2.0 ohm (Cisco Spec) or 306 Atomizer at 2.2 ohms.

    Avid Vaper also has a variety of 306 drip tips. They also have 306 to 510 Drip Tip Adapter so you can use any regular 510/808/901 drip tip with your 306. Very handy.

    I still use cartos too. Just not on my 510s. I use 2.0 ohm cartos on my eGo batteries and I use SI cartos on my 808s.

    Discount Vapers is out of both the baby T3 and the T4. I guess I'll have to look around. Where did you get yours?
     
  20. breeld

    breeld Full Member Verified Member

    Jun 22, 2010
    Alabama
    This order I have coming is from litecigusa. Got t4s from gotvapes, previously. Ok-I get it now about the 306s. I thought you used it because it was a smaller battery. lol I don`t drip-seems like too much trouble to me-at least at work. I could try it at home, tho, just to see if I like it.
     
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