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[Question] About My Aspire 2500mAh 18650

Discussion in 'Batteries and Chargers' started by CanadiVape, Feb 11, 2016.

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  1. CanadiVape

    CanadiVape Senior Member

    Feb 10, 2016
    Hi all, sorry about sticking my thread in your forum like this. If it's in the wrong place don't hesitate to point me to the door.

    I just recently bought an Evic vtc mini 75w, and it's a perfect piece to vape my Kanger subtank mini (0.5). Even still, I'm disappointed by the performance of my tank and I'm making the switch to the uwell crown.

    My concern is that I'm more than likely going to be vaping at 60-75w. My evic mini only takes one Aspire 18650 battery. The battery life is great for all day vaping at 25w but going up 66% might be a battery (and juice) hog. Are there any batteries (from a reliable source) that can hold a higher charge, or perhaps some type of MacGyver-esque mod? Of course I'm not going to attempt something like that without experience.

    Tldr; is it safe to put a higher mAh battery in my evic mini/do any exist

    Live long, and vape on.
     
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  2. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    I'd suggest if you plan on sustained vaping PAST 50w,
    to go to a dual 18650 battery set up device...

    Cubiod
    iStick 100wTC
    etc....


    jus sayin'

    :evil:
     
  3. CanadiVape

    CanadiVape Senior Member

    Feb 10, 2016
    That's the answer I was expecting. :banana:
     
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  4. KenD

    KenD Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Aug 20, 2013
    Stockholm, Sweden
    If you need to go above 60w on a single battery you should use the Sony vtc4 or LG hb2 (or hb4 or hb6). Those have lower capacity though, 2100 for the Sony and 1500 for the LG. For more battery runtime and higher watts it's better to use a multiple battery mod. You can then use the 3000 mAh LG hg2 or Samsung 30q for up to 120w on a two-battery device and 180w on a three-battery device.

    Sent from my M7_PLUS using Tapatalk
     
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