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eGo/EVOD confusion ...and evolution

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  1. ToutC

    ToutC New Member

    Jul 9, 2016
    Hi folks, I'm a newbie from Germany (= six years behind in vaping, but not vapo-politicking, oh no). The e-cig or "e-shisha" has only recently entered public conciousness over here, as a side effect of fearmongering over its health effects. So as a long-time smoker, I absolutely had to get one.

    Most starter kits over here are sold as eGo/EVOD, and I'd like to know what's what.

    As to all ancient history that I missed, the Wikipedia article is pretty clear who invented the eGo series, but they left out the 510/Kanger(?) affair, if it's Kanger that they left out.
    -- Did Kanger(tech) invent the term "EVOD", and what does it stand for - electric voiding device odd design? ...if anything? What are its features?
    -- Who invented the 510 threading, and is it older/younger than eGo, or does eGo mean both inner + outer (510) thread? Is/was there a purely inner-thread eGo device?

    Everybody always tries to sell you things, almost nowhere do I find decent info on their history/evolution (with pictures, please). The Wikipedia article reads like after the Zeppelin age of "e-cigars" the slim cigarette-lookalikes came first (510 thread = ~ 7mm), but these are rather underpowered affairs and the 14500-sized eGos followed.

    eGo-EVOD.png

    Sideline question:
    -- Who introduced the five-click safety feature and the blinkenlights (charge status indicator)?
     
  2. djsvapour

    djsvapour ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Oct 2, 2012
    England and Wales
    I could try and tell you what I *remember* but it would take too long.
    BUT
    Yes... as far as I know, Kanger invented the word EVOD and it started with a tank (clearomiser). Then they sold EVOD kits with an eGo battery and that's how that started.
    The evod battery is mis-named, as it's just an eGo battery.
    510 has been around quite a long time. It's been there and been getting more 'regular' than anything else. There were clearomizers that looked like eGo fit, but they were just 510's in disguise with a skirt.
    These days, 510 is THE only sensible option. You can use eGo thread (what is left) with an adapter.
     
  3. ToutC

    ToutC New Member

    Jul 9, 2016
    It's ironic how larger mods & atomizers use puny 510 threading...

    e-cig-510-thread.jpg

    ... while an eGo would probably break at the battery cover, not the battery/atomizer junction.

    Well, inner threads need no "skirts".
     
  4. djsvapour

    djsvapour ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Oct 2, 2012
    England and Wales
    I agree. The stability of the eGo thread was better, in a way.
    Still doesn't solve the issue of non-connection to the 510 pin on the mod/battery.
     
  5. BrotherBob

    BrotherBob ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Dec 24, 2014
    Sunnyvale,CA,USA
  6. Zipslack

    Zipslack Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2013
    Wesson, MS, USA
    Just get an iStick30 and a decent tank with 510 threads....you will be much better off than you would with the Ego/Evod (although that's what I started with). Forget about who invented the 5-click and all that stuff...ancient history.

    If you cannot get it locally, can you order from outside Germany? If so, go to fasttech.com and start browsing the "ecigarette" section.
     
  7. daviedog

    daviedog Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Sep 2, 2013
    Florida
    A 1/4 turn bayonet mount would be more stable,,with adaptors for the 'old' 510 batt, would have been low cost turnover. Probably won't happen due to world wide bans & restrictions,, I expect very little in technical innovation..
     
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