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Introducing 'the Mako' PV coming soon.....

Discussion in 'Moju Republic' started by smokindeuce, Oct 6, 2009.

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  1. TheBoogieman

    TheBoogieman Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 11, 2009
    Brooklyn, New York
    << He's the one that jacked that 18mg root beer juice too, isn't he! >>

    If I had feelings, that would have hurt. But I gave up having feelings and a conscience years ago. I still have the RB juice, I'll keep it on the side for ya. The Irish Creme happened to go up in smoke (so to say) last nite. Made a big hit while out testing the beer taps in many establishments last nite.

    I do however admit to JACKIN the MAKO. And the only reason I'll admit to that is because True has pics. " Never admit to anything till they show ya the pictures"

    The combination of the Mako and Drews HV juice (drewbacco2) definitely put me in the Vapor Zone. And I plan on getting back in the zone as soon as I get the Mako.

    Tim, I'll be whippin you an email tomorrow. Yours will be one list I won't mind being on.
    All the other lists I'm on are like Santas naughty list........

    Boogie
     
  2. truelove

    truelove PV Casanova ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    May 2, 2009
    Bronx, NY
    BOOGIE!!!
    You going to the LI meet next week right?
    Got something for you baby!
     
  3. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK
    lol! :D:D No problem Boogie, just send me an email (admin@smokejuice.co.uk) with your preferences and I'll make sure you're next in line. :)

    PS> Mako Maksi vid @ 5V imminent....:)
     
  4. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK
  5. Thyestean

    Thyestean Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 29, 2009
    Upstate NY
  6. Satori

    Satori Senior Member

    Dec 16, 2009
    az
    I'm going to use the backwards fist method most definitely ;) LOL!

    This may have to be my first battery mod.. It looks awesome!
     
  7. Scamz

    Scamz Super Member ECF Veteran

    lol. Will the 6V option be CR2 or RCR123a or both?
     
  8. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK
    The Midi 6V will use 2 x CR2's. :)
     
  9. Satori

    Satori Senior Member

    Dec 16, 2009
    az
    Im kinda new to vaping and havent tried a battery mod yet. does the mako mini at 3.7 volts perform allot better than a standard 510 battery? Is it a higher volt?
     
  10. Svendsen-DK

    Svendsen-DK Full Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    Denmark
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  11. Svendsen-DK

    Svendsen-DK Full Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    Denmark
    Hi

    you will get more batteri lifetime out og the minno
     
  12. Satori

    Satori Senior Member

    Dec 16, 2009
    az

    So just more battery life? no more vapor? I may have to go with a bigger one then.
     
  13. Svendsen-DK

    Svendsen-DK Full Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    Denmark
    I havent got a 510 so it´s hard for me to say.... But the Mako Is AMAZING!!! just love it!
     
  14. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK

    Hi Satori,

    The capacity of the Mako minno battery is 600mah VS 180mah for the 510. I would say you get around 3 times the battery life of the 510.

    The vapour at 3.6V is always pretty standard across the board, so if you want more vapour, I would consider the Midi (3.6V,6V,7.4V-using HV atties) or Maksi (3.6V,5V).

    In any case the sleeves won't be a huge cost in themselves, so once you have a kit, you could always decide to upgrade at a later date by only needing to purchase sleeve + battery/charger. :)
     
  15. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK
    Hi Svendsen,

    Nice to see you here - I'm pleased you are enjoying your Mako! :D
     
  16. Svendsen-DK

    Svendsen-DK Full Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    Denmark
    I really love it Tim.... :D
     
  17. Satori

    Satori Senior Member

    Dec 16, 2009
    az
    Thanks for the help Svendsen, and Smokindeuce.
     
  18. Svendsen-DK

    Svendsen-DK Full Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    Denmark
  19. Pete54

    Pete54 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 30, 2009
    Clearwater, Florida
    I love the look and the button placement of this and would love to get one once available but ...... I have one important question.
    Since it appears that both HV sizes use CR2's rather than CR123's, what is the status of finding either protected or LiFepo4 CR2s with a decent mAh rating. I currently have a mod that uses CR2's but since the only safe ones I can find are 200mAh, I have to change the batts every hour.
     
  20. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    UK
    Hi Pete -

    We are actually getting both protected CR2's and LiFePo's. I believe the LiFePo's are around 300mah and the Protected CR2's 250mah.

    We will probably just end up with the LifePo's for they're slightly higher capacity. The LiFePo's are really good quality batteries and i would also add that the stated capacity is the true capacity.

    I've seen 3V CR123A's where the capacity is overstated to 800mah or even 1000mah.... the true capacity of these is more than likely closer to 500-600 mah. Still slightly better than the CR2's, but if you want a smaller device, this is the price you pay.

    If you're not worried about using unprotected batteries, there are CR2's on the market with 800mah (probably closer to 500mah) - of course if you intend using these, make sure you are vigilant and understand the risks involved.

    Another point that I would like to add is that I personally find 2 x CR123A's give quite a burnt taste, whereas for some reason the CR2's hit the sweet spot..... not sure if there is any evidence to back this up, but another reason we went with CR2's all the same. ;)

    So if size is important and you would like the slimmest HV PV possible with current battery technology, the CR2's are the only way. :)
     
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