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Bigger 510 battery

Discussion in 'Joye 510' started by vaporjoey, Mar 18, 2010.

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  1. vaporjoey

    vaporjoey Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Ok, I've looked around for half hour here and I have a question.....The 510 stock batteries r just not cutting it for me.....Only thing is I really dont want a huge batt like a tornado......Is there a batt that is the same diameter, just longer? Or maybe just a little bigger around? Something that I can use on all of my existing 510 stuff (my pcc, and chargers) Could someone that is very knowlegable list all of the batteries for the 510 with dimensions and such? I think this could really benefit all of the noobs. Thanks all;)

    PS. I saw, over at TW they have a 510 called "titan" which seems to have the same batt as stock? Then a "titan" platinum, which if i am not mistaken, was like 300 mah (Or something like which did not appear any bigger around, just looked longer to me......Thanks.....confused:p
  2. garyd

    garyd Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 11, 2010
  3. Kuya Dave

    Kuya Dave Moved On

    Jan 5, 2010
    Tru Nor Cal
    your basically stuck with standard batts or little longer at suppose 280-300mah
    unless u get a mod.
    which is my suggestion
    will last most of the day or 2 days
  4. vaporjoey

    vaporjoey Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    R these the exact same diameter, just longer? So I wont be able to use my pcc because u have to close the lid for it to start charging....Guess I could use a rubber band or;)
  5. RIMP

    RIMP Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    They are the same diameter, just longer:) You can use the pcc if you use a rubber band. I think tw has a new mega pcc, check the tw us site:)
  6. AlexTM

    AlexTM Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    Don't be confused by the eGos size, it looks considerably bigger on pictures, but it's barely longer than a normal 510. It has, however, considerably more mAhs. Also considerably more than the mega batteries, I may add. That's around 180 mAh for a normal one, 280 for a mega, 650 for an eGo.

    The megas are not bad, either, though. There are also PCCs for them, which you will probably still need. Not sure about elsewhere, but both Heaven Gifts and Healthcabin have them for the same price as the normal ones.

  7. vaporjoey

    vaporjoey Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    OK, now I am getting the whole picture...(So much out there it gets a little overwhelming)

    I thought the ego was much bigger than that! Thanks for laying them all out like that, It really helped!

    I am going on my 6th day without an analog and i just want to make sure I get what I need to get me through this and these stock batteries just wont do;)

    Really appreciate the help guys.....This place is awsum and there is no way i could have stopped smoking without it:)

    Off to spend more money!!
  8. Kuya Dave

    Kuya Dave Moved On

    Jan 5, 2010
    Tru Nor Cal
    alextm thanks for that pic. that helps.
    guess it is a bit better. But still likes mods better.
    although the ego or tornado may fit there needs better.
    Also thought the ego & tornado were lots bigger.
  9. AlexTM

    AlexTM Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    I was surprised, too, when I actually saw my first one; I had thought they were a lot bigger, too.

    But the size is IMO just right, good to handle, not to big for anything – particularly, they are not too big to hold between your teeth, my favourite place to hold my PV for a bit when my hands happen to be busy, such as right now, when I type. Nothing you want to do with a mod, really, although, same thing – most look a lot bigger on photos than they actually are.

    And of course the cover is great, no more leaky fingers. And they run on standard 510 3.1v, I tried my 510 on 3.7, and I actually did not like it. That of course is a matter of taste.
  10. vaporjoey

    vaporjoey Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Just got a tornado today today and I love it;)

    Now I can chain vape to my hearts content......
  11. foretwoone

    foretwoone Full Member

    Mar 5, 2010
    Glad your enjoying it. I just got my eGo yesterday and I'm still amazed how long this battery is going. Between the two days i've only just tapped the second battery, and i love how the cone tightens up that overly airy 510 draw.

    Next up, 5v mod.
  12. KennyD

    KennyD Moved On

    Sep 14, 2009
    Port Saint Lucie, FL
    I just got my 510 Extended batteries from Cignot.

    I will post a review tommorow. As noted by Joye, charge it for an hour, use it for 20 minutes and get that battery down a little, and put it back on the charger for 8 hours (overnight).

    By the way, I am back into the vaping scene. 7-14 dollars a day smoking cigarettes again, I am going back to the 510 full-time. This week, I successfully only bought 2 packs of cigarettes the entire week. I only smoke 4 or 5 a day and it's really helped (and it's a good start). I will go to stopping completely, but I wanted to GET SUPPLIES.

    I recently (about 5 months ago) bought Innovapor's kit and finally am running out of new batteries and atomizers. For the 150 or whatever I spent, IT WAS WORTH IT. If I compared to how much I spent on cigs, I'd be in the 800-1,000 mark. That alone, is telling me its time.

    I will post about how well this works. I normally have 2 REGULAR manual's that I use throughout the day and I manage to only have to charge them 2 times a day (each) sometimes 3. No big deal, but if you heavily vape, its no surprise how the battery lacks in usage. Now, I have 2 regulars and two MEGA batteries (manual). Now, back to atomizers and time to stock up.

    Looking forward to having this one last all day. Also thinking of trying an AUTOMATIC version of these, I have never used an auto I would bet an extended one would be good as well.
  13. AlexTM

    AlexTM Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    Don't get an automatic one until you are sure you won't flood the atty, which can happen both with carts and with dripping. Liquid can leak into an auto battery, damaging it.
  14. impex42

    impex42 Full Member

    Mar 19, 2010
    UK Sunshine Coast
    AlexTM, just curious, what cart is that in your eGo?
  15. AlexTM

    AlexTM Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 7, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    In one, the Janty cart that came with it, in the other, a perfectly ordinary, non-branded Joye 510 cart.
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