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clearomizer for 808d batteries

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  1. tangerine3

    tangerine3 Full Member

    Jul 20, 2013
    lutz, fl
    hello, I still use 808d batteries and I like them. Wasn't a heavy smoker to begin with. Anyway I recently ordered some clearomizers that I thought they were going to fit on the 808d battery but it was the wrong type. I found a site that has some and wanted to make sure this time if they are going to be the correct ones. Here is a link to them.

    Kanger 808D T4 Clearomizer -

    Kanger 808D-M3 Clearomizer -

    Kanger E-Smart 808D-1 808 808D1 Clearomizer

    Does anyone use an 808d with a clearomizer? Thank you.

    This is the type of 808d 180mah one I use 808d mine.jpg
  2. WarHawk-AVG

    WarHawk-AVG Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 27, 2013
  3. AdamGott

    AdamGott Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 5, 2013
    United States
    I think that you may need a manual battery to use a clearomizer on an 808
  4. Grimwald

    Grimwald Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Aug 12, 2012
    Lawrence KS
    I use the T4 and the e-Smart on 808 manual batteries. They are a bit cheaper at great for me. My favorite is the T4.
  5. propagandax

    propagandax Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 3, 2012
    St. Louis, MO
    Ditto on T4 and esmart. Should work fine with automatic batt

    Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  6. Amy87

    Amy87 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 28, 2013
    IN, USA
    Volt Mini Clearomizers

    This is what I use on my 808's. Halo sells them too but these are a buck cheaper. They work on auto or manual. I only use autos and they work great for me.
  7. Ryuukon

    Ryuukon Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 19, 2013
    Wyoming, USA
    Kanger T4 808 Clearomizers are the same as the Halo Mini-Tanks and the Volt Mini Clearomizer. Same product, different name. They all have the same threading, a .9 ml tank, short wicks, top coil design, slip-on drip-tip.

    Kanger e-Smart clearomizers are the same threading, slightly larger tanks, but with longer wicks and a screw on drip-tip to help stop leaking.

    At least this is what I've been able to learn doing my own research. I could be wrong, but from what I have seen I don't think I am.

    The link to your battery is kinda... weird. All I see is a bunch of bbcode along with a small thumbnail.

    Maybe give us more info on your battery than just a pic? I'm sure there are people around that will recognize the battery a glance, but not everyone.


    Would also be helpful to know what clearomizer you used before and what problems you had. Your battery doesn't have a lot of life to it only being 180mah, so if you are using a clearomizer with the wrong resistance, it can affect performance and battery life.
  8. 03FXDWG

    03FXDWG Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 22, 2013
    East Central, Missouri
    I use an automatic 808 with a clearo for my stealth vaping at work. Mine are unbranded as far as I know. I get them from a local B&M here:


    2/3 down the page. I also use them for testing my DIY liquids. The pop off drip tips are annoying some times so the screw on type might be more user friendly.
  9. dedi

    dedi Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2010
    Rochester NY
    I use the nano's from smokeless image.They wk well, cost 1.99 if you buy 10 and the drip tip screws on.
  10. Merbearw

    Merbearw Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2013
    Fair Oaks, CA
    I also use Volt clearos, both the nanos and the top coil ones with auto batts.
  11. sam23sirius

    sam23sirius Full Member

    Nov 7, 2013
    Space Coast Florida
    I use the 808D-M3 clearos from EVC. Other than the occasional mouth hit they are great. They turn around the orders quick there, and since they are in Jacksonville, I get my stuff in a couple days.
  12. thatguy2

    thatguy2 Moved On

    Oct 24, 2013
    One of my Google searches was looking for a clearo for my beloved KR808D-1 brought me to ECF.

    So being the tightwad that I am, I wanted the lowest possible price. To find that required far too many hours of "window shopping" so thought I would share here for the next person that is looking.

    The following is the 3 types I found and the lowest price that could be found:

    1) Lowest price - Nano from Smokeless Image - $1.99 IF you buy 10 - single price is $2.99 each, making them actually the most expensive. Chose not to try these because I did't want to commit to buying 10 of something I may or may not like. PLUS, after reading the reviews of these at Smokeless Image, I was left feeling a bit uneasy.

    2) Second lowest price - Kanger T4 from Litecigusa - $2.25 each - only found 1 review that was less than ideal - ordered 5 of them - tried all 5 to be sure they worked and didn't leak, then cleaned 4 of them and put them away. Have been using the same one for a little over 7 weeks now, so feel that if it were to die right now, I got my $ worth.

    3) Last in line - CE2 from ecigbestsave - $11.95 for a 5 pack that also included a "free" syringe and blunt needle for filling - I allowed a generous 95 cents for the syringe (my freedomsmokes price where I buy juice and DIY supplies) making them $2.20 each - mixed reviews on these, some people love other people hate - reality price in my world came to $2.28 each as I buy my syringe for 21 cents and needle for 34 cents at my local Tractor Supply store.

    If anyone else knows of a better deal short of fasttech / buying straight from China, please feel free to let us all know. I LOVE pinching pennys!
  13. Ryuukon

    Ryuukon Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 19, 2013
    Wyoming, USA
    Just wanted to add a heads up to this thread.

    I've been using the e-Smart clearomizers from Vapor Kings for about a week, and I gotta say... I LOVE them.

    They're a bit thicker than my Halo G6 batteries, but they work SO much better than the Kanger T4s (aka Halo Minitanks) for me. Better flavor, better vapor, and they DO NOT LEAK! Love em. They are heavier and feel much sturdier and well made. Oh! And they have great airflow on my G6 batteries. Can't say enough about them. And only $12.95 for a pack of 5 of them (can get them in colored versions too). Here's some bad pics, but it's best I can do with my crappy iPod Touch 4th Gen.

    IMG_0182.jpg IMG_0183.jpg

    Probably going to order some more when these die off, since I'll be able to use them on a Triton or an X2 (haven't made up my mind yet on which battery I want yet).
  14. izen

    izen Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 2, 2013
  15. skoony

    skoony Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 31, 2013
    saint paul,mn,usa
    the t4's work with the auto battery just got mine yesterday.
    and yes all of the above are kr808d1's.
  16. Arker

    Arker Full Member

    Apr 25, 2013
    NC, USA
    I got a new clearo to toy with yesterday, from a local store that kind of pushed it in my hands. It's the same as V2 EX Blanks (3-Pack) - V2 Cigs except the tip is not screw on so I guess it's the beta version.

    From the appearance it looks like it could be the same piece as volt's new 808 clearo: Volt Mini Clearomizers

    So far it has performed shockingly well. At $5/p it's overpriced but if the Volt is the same thing $2.99 seems more reasonable.

    This is a small clearo right about the same size as a cartomizer so it fits on slim 808 batteries without protruding.
  17. dedi

    dedi Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2010
    Rochester NY
    Be careful with the one's that don't screw in as they can pop off and leak.
  18. Arker

    Arker Full Member

    Apr 25, 2013
    NC, USA
    Yes indeed, I have had quite a few leakers in the past. This one I really expected to leak like a sieve, but so far it's fine, even when I lay it on its side.
  19. dedi

    dedi Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2010
    Rochester NY
  20. Arker

    Arker Full Member

    Apr 25, 2013
    NC, USA
    There is a taste difference though, isnt there? My grape tastes fine in the clearo, but the tobacco flavors I usually prefer just dont seem to taste quite right through it.
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