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I need visual aids or something... a flow chart maybe?

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  1. TxTigger

    TxTigger Full Member

    Sep 23, 2012
    Texas, U.S.A.
    Hello,

    Obviously I'm new and don't know what I'm doing. Is there some place that explains what the difference between an ego and an ego-A and an ego-C and an ego-T and an ego-W and an ego-cab and an ego-C twist, etc, etc... are? Also is there some where that shows which cartomizers fit which batteries? I know some suppliers will list this in the description but not always. I don't know if it doesn't say and I don't know how to find out. I guess I could ask the supplier, but it sure would be nice just to have some kind of chart or other way to know. How do ya'll know? I have (3) 510 batteries with atomizers and a regular old ego battery (I think) and I need to buy stuff to go with them but I don't know what fits what. It's my understanding that the ego-tank batteries are different from the regular ego batteries. So, cartomizers that go with an ego-tank battery wouldn't fit my battery. I'm starting to feel like I'm just too stupid to be operating such complicated apparati.
    :tumble:
    TIA,
    ShyTy
     
  2. TxTigger

    TxTigger Full Member

    Sep 23, 2012
    Texas, U.S.A.
    I've have to go deal with my nieces crisis right now but I'll check back in a little while. Sorry She just walked in.

    ShyTy
     
  3. WarHawk-AVG

    WarHawk-AVG Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 27, 2013
    H-Town
  4. crxess

    crxess Grumpy Ole Man Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 20, 2012
    Williamsport Md
    Youtube is your friend. Plenty of visual aids.
    I have spent hours researching and Youtube covers just about everything.:)
     
  5. TxTigger

    TxTigger Full Member

    Sep 23, 2012
    Texas, U.S.A.
    Thanks Warhawk and crxess for your responses. The Wonderful World of Vaping: An Illustrated Guide to E-cigs (Part 1 of 6) is pretty outdated, but I'll give the other ones a try. And I've tried to learn from the Youtube clips but I have a hard time finding exactly what I'm looking for when I search for it. Can you suggest any key words to use or what to type in when I get to Youtube to get what I'm looking for?
     
  6. Kellycat

    Kellycat Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 3, 2013
    Cary, NC, USA
    Just to add my two cents, the Ego batteries are all standard, the Ego-T refers more to the atomizer type you install. You can 'convert' an Ego-T to a regular old Ego by using a different carto/clearo/tank/whatever. I've got Ego-C batteries and I can drop any old 510 or Ego-threaded delivery device on top without caring too much. The only things you'll find in a different threading are probably for some cigalikes, and that would be 808 or 901 threads. It's easy to tell by looking with those though, as 510 have the male threads on the delivery device.
     
  7. TxTigger

    TxTigger Full Member

    Sep 23, 2012
    Texas, U.S.A.
    Thanks KellyCat,

    That helps a lot. I don't have any 808s or 901s so that won't be a problem. So I can just buy anything that goes to any kind of ego and it should fit my battery, huh? Good to know.

    Truly Yours,
    ShyTy
     
  8. SirSteve

    SirSteve Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 10, 2012
    Northern Indiana
    eGo Batteries Link to Discount Vapers page explaining the different letters, in short it states the batteries are the same, the letter denotes what kind of juice delivery system it was originally used with.

    Ego cab has a changable battery, Joyetech Joye eCab Changeable Atomizer Battery Kits

    Personally I would recommend the Twist/Spinner style, lets you try VV in an easy and cheap format. They have a dial on the bottom that allows you to adjust voltage. Start low and twist or spin your way up until you get the vapor and flavor you like.
     
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