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Joye 520?

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

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  1. vaporjoey

    vaporjoey Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I was looking around the net and found a place that sells a joye520...says its gonna replace the 510....Say the battery lasts twice as long. Anyone hear of this?
     
  2. Drozd

    Drozd Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2009
    NW Ohio
    it's just a 510 with a mega or XL battery..
     
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  4. jfdpl686

    jfdpl686 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 14, 2010
    New York
    It looks is not that new. There were some threads from another forum here:
    JOYE 520?! : General E-Smoking Talk
    Joye 520 - Vapor Talk E Cig Forum

    And according to this vendor
    http://www.easyVAP.com - Atomizador Joye 520
    (in Spanish) the main (translated) info is the following:

    Exclusive in easyVap, find the atty Joye 520.
    Slightly thinner diameter than model 510, it’s the perfect and ideal size with round cartridge. (510 cartridges are NOT compatible with model 520)

    100% compatible with all 510 batteries (Dura/Yeti/Titan/eGo/Tornado, etc)

    Main specifications and differences with 510:
    Smaller diameter than 510 (half millimeter), very comfortable.
    Atomizer heats less (than 510), giving better flavor. It won’t burn as sometimes 510 would.
    Uses less juice (due lesser heating)
    Better battery life
    Compatible (thread) with 510
    NOT compatible (with 510) cartridges (due diameter difference, it uses proprietary cartridges)
    Try it! You won’t be disappointed.

    Now… my understanding is that we look for more power to get more flavor and vapor. Am I mistaken?
    Using a better battery and a low resistance attys suppose to be better… so???
     
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