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  1. rafsouza

    rafsouza Full Member

    Jul 12, 2018
    Hi !
    My name is Rafael, im 30 years old brazilian. Im been vaping since april 2018, n im very happy with the results.

    Since the first puff i quit smoking, after 9 years smoking.

    "Remeber: Smok is dead, vape is the future n the future is now!"

    Look! I've just bought a Pulse 80w Bf squonker its a single cell(battery) mod.

    Which cell(battery) should I buy for this mod?

    Thanks for having me here!
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  2. Storm52

    Storm52 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Jan 27, 2014
    Shreveport, LA
    Welcome to the forum. What wattage do you prefer and what is the ohm of your coil?
  3. rafsouza

    rafsouza Full Member

    Jul 12, 2018
    Im using in revengerx 80w n dual coil reaching 0,22ohms. The vape is tasting good this way, n i would like to keep this with pulse.
  4. Eskie

    Eskie ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 6, 2016
    Hi and welcome! One thing you do want are authentic name brand batteries from Sony, Samsung, or LG. The question is where you can find a reliable vendor in your country. Hopefully a fellow Brazilian will be along to help you with that.
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  5. flavourchaser

    flavourchaser Super Member

    Jun 25, 2018
    Hello and welcome to ECF.

    That's a good squonker, for dual coil setup, get the largest capacity battery you can get. 20700. Make sure it is a brand name that is trusted and most importantly it's legit, not a rewrap battery.
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  6. rafsouza

    rafsouza Full Member

    Jul 12, 2018

    A friend advised me buy a Sanyo ncr20700a, but i have a doubt between 20700a or 20700b. So, while im looking for those batteries i bought efest 20700.
  7. rafsouza

    rafsouza Full Member

    Jul 12, 2018
    ok, a guy here will bring some batteries to me but im doubt between sanyo ncr20700a or 20700b
  8. MJCSD

    MJCSD Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    May 7, 2014
    Hello and welcome to ecf
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  9. score69

    score69 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 28, 2015
    Athens, GA, USA
    You mean you have a question between the 20700A and 20700B?

    I vape around 30w usually. The 20700B is only a 15A max battery. It's great for those of us that aren't pushing high wattages.

    If you are going to be vaping at high wattages, the 20700A is a safer choice since it's a 30A battery. The 20700A is kind of difficult to find usually, I'm glad the 20700B suits my needs.
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  10. rafsouza

    rafsouza Full Member

    Jul 12, 2018

    I got it. Thanks. Can u list me some 20700 batteries, With best
    efficiency? cuz my friend told me that ncr20700a is one of the best.
  11. score69

    score69 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 28, 2015
    Athens, GA, USA
    I only buy brand batteries, not rewraps. The only 20700's I have experience with are the Sanyo's. The below is very simplistic. There are a lot of factors affecting battery performance. I would watch Mooch's YouTube videos.

    20700A - 30A max current, 3300mah capacity. High wattages, this will perform better and be safer due to the 30A draw. The 3300mah capacity is also great for a battery capable of a 30A output. Probably the best you will find currently in a 20700.

    20700B - 15A max current, 4200mah capacity. At lower wattages (not pulling more than 15A), this battery has an additional 900mah capacity over the 20700A. So since I almost always vape below 30w, this is a better battery to me than the 20700A. In theory it will last me longer than a 20700A (since it has higher capacity), you just shouldn't draw more than 15A from it. Batteries typically perform better and last longer when they aren't stressed to max specifications.

    It's really all in what you need the battery to do. If you need high current, the trade off is the battery will have less capacity. Lower current batteries can have a higher capacity, lasting longer. So you make a choice based on your vaping style.

    Sanyo is also coming out with the 2070C (impatiently waiting). This will be a 35A battery with 3500mah capacity. It's not available to us yet, Mooch hasn't tested it that I'm aware of. Based on the numbers though, it has higher current capability than than the 20700A, and also has an additional 200mah capacity. Theoretically, this battery should outperform the 20700A. I will pick some up to try them when I can find them, but for low wattage use, the 20700B may still be a better battery to me since it has such a high capacity.

    This is looking at it in simplistic terms though really. A batteries run time really depends on many factors. Mooch rates them not just on these numbers like I used to compare them. For example, sometimes a battery that may have better stated specs, may not hit as hard for as long before needing charged than another batter with similar specs.

    Make sense?
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  12. BrotherBob

    BrotherBob ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Dec 24, 2014
    Welcome and glad you joined. I have provided a little more information which might help choosing/evaluating batteries.
    Might like to read:
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