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Super-T Model Comparison

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  1. forcedfuel50

    forcedfuel50 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    All Super-T's use similar engineering in the button and adapter areas, with the main differences being features and battery size and vaping voltage. With Super T's recent hiring of some extra help machining, i am confident production will soon meet demand.

    All Super-T models utilize:
    -Completely mechanical. No wires, no solder.
    -Replaceable brass button contact insuring nearly infinite button life.
    -Button adjustable for travel (how far you depress the button to activate)
    -Adjustable button spring rate (how hard you have to depress the button to activate)
    -All machined adapters with machined in threads, not the two dollar press in adapters many models utilize
    -801 adapters that accept all models of the 801 without modification including the BE112
    -510 and 901 adapters (works with cartomizers too)

    The newest model in the Super-T lineup. A purpose built 3.7 or 6 volt vaping device.

    -At just over 17mm thick, one of the thinnest dual voltage 3.7/5-6 volt mods on the market.
    Super-Six compared to other popular mods that run at dual or variable voltage. Thickness is in MM and approximate:

    -Super-Six 17.25
    -BB 22
    -GG Grant 20
    -Xhaler 21
    -Prodigy 22
    -GGT 22
    -Adaptever 21
    -Silver Bullet 26
    -Chuck 23

    *Note: some of these models run two Cr123a's for 6 volts and 18650 3.7 volt batteries for longer life. If any of the manufacturers would like to edit their width measurements, please feel free to PM and i will promptly update them as all measurements were approximate and given in good faith as to their accuracy.

    -Utilizes one protected 900 mah 14500 battery in 3.7 volt mode.
    -Utilizes two CR2 3.0 volt batteries (aka 15270 batteries) for 6v vaping
    -No sleeves, no resistors
    -Available with optional Brass adapter and button and mouthpiece
    -Machined in 30 degree vent holes to divert escaping gases away from the face in case of battery failure
    -Recessed button to help avoid mis-fires
    -Fully integrated (not an add on adapter) adjustable draw on the 801 that works with most all 801 atomizers, including the BE112.
    -Also available in 510 or 901 (works with catomizers too).
    -Knurled front cap for ease of removal
    An out and about model that is small and compact for on the go! It is currently undergoing a small internal size revision to accomodate protected 10440 batteries.

    -Utilizes a protected 10440 3.7 battery
    -Thinnest 10440 equiped model available.
    -Available for 801, 901 and 510. Works with the BE112 too and cartomizers on the 901.
    -Optional brass button and adapter

    The Super-T1

    The original Super-T
    Designed to use the protected 16340 3.6/3.7 volt (880-1000mah) battery

    -Thinnest 16340 equipped device on the market at approximately 18.75mm thick. Compare to the Adaptever at approximately 22mm, the GG at 20mm and the Xhaler at approximately 21mm.
    -First PV to offer a locking button
    -First PV to offer adjustable airflow
    -First PV to offer vent holes
    -Available add on sleeve for 6v vaping with two 3.0v CR2's
    -Available with optional brass adapter and button
    -Adjustable draw with the 801 including the BE112
    -Also available in 510 and 901 and works with cartomizers
    The ST2-
    A limited production special price offering.

    -Utilizes a 16340 protected battery
    -Nearly identical internally to the T1
    -Available in 901, 501 and 801 including the BE112 and works with cartomizers
    -Machining angles were changed to have a flat front cap and flat rear non exposed button making it a bit shorter then the T1.
  2. truelove

    truelove PV Casanova ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    May 2, 2009
    Bronx, NY
    Just to let everyone know, I'm first on the lists lol.
  3. breakfastchef

    breakfastchef Moved On

    Feb 12, 2009
    David, make changes to your website to reflect the above information. Be consistent with your information across all marketing channels. I often refer ECF members, and others interested in vaping, to your website and I would like to know they can see all the models and information from the same place they may be able to place an order.
  4. forcedfuel50

    forcedfuel50 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Definitely good advice chef, updating my site is long overdue.

    CHUCKLEHEAD Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 19, 2009
    Redneck Rivera
    I;M ON THE LIST FOR THE ST2 !!! and can't wait to get the 510 brass tips
  6. pipes1

    pipes1 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 2, 2009
    Chandler, Arizona

    I spend the day out at a car show and come home to find Truelove trying to sneak back to the front of the list. (Hope Richie is zeroing in on that address.)
  7. NickJuice

    NickJuice Moved On

    Aug 22, 2009
    Ok i'm sorry i know this isn't the thread for questions...but one came up while reading this...if the ST2 is Nearly identical internally to the T1 and the Super T1 is Available add on sleeve for 6v vaping with two 3.0v CR2's

    Will the Sleeve from the T1 fit the T2?
  8. forcedfuel50

    forcedfuel50 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Yes, it actually will thread on there. I won't be accepting any orders probably initially for sleeves for the ST2 however, just due to time constraints.
  9. bearscreek

    bearscreek Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2009
    Well, if we're asking questions here... :) ...isn't a 16340 basically the same as a CR123A except maybe the voltage? My CR123A's look like they're 3.7 V when fully charged anyway, so I'm wondering if they could be used with the T1, T2. I don't really understand why the CRs say 3 V on them and seem to charge to actually 3.8 V I think. What am I missing?
  10. grimmer255

    grimmer255 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    wow you have a nice selection. super 6 is going to be first on my list and then IM thinking to get super T1 in january for my B-DAY.... cant wait. :) and the mouth piece will be on the first list as well....
  11. franklyspeaking

    franklyspeaking Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 17, 2009
    Arlington, Texas
    First on the list for what?
  12. pipes1

    pipes1 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 2, 2009
    Chandler, Arizona
    True is first on the bad list and is getting nothing for Christmas.
  13. franklyspeaking

    franklyspeaking Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 17, 2009
    Arlington, Texas
    OK good. I just wanted to make sure he wasn't talking about the ST2 since I have a PM confirming I am the first on the list :p
  14. Richie G

    Richie G Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2009
    Lawn Guyland, NY
    Just thought I'd make the gesture of saying grace ---

    And on this Thanksgiving day, I'd like to give thanks for being first on the Super T lists and....
  15. RIMP

    RIMP Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    And I KNOW I was 2nd or 3rd on the original st2 list:)
  16. truelove

    truelove PV Casanova ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    May 2, 2009
    Bronx, NY
    Everyone is invited to my house for a BBQ, Bring your Super T's...:evil:
  17. ski

    ski Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 21, 2009
    NJ, USA
    If you're talking about the Tenergy RCR123A 3.0V, they are indeed the same size but they basically have a built in regulator - mine charge to 4.2V, but as soon as you put a load on them (press the button on your mod) a built in circuit board drops the voltage to 3.0V. There is a more technical explanation here:

    The Ultrafire 16340 3.6V is what I'm thinking I'll use in the ST2. It charges to 4.2V at full charge from what I read on batteryjunction, so it'll be a good vape on the 510 until it gets down around 3.7V again.
  18. olderthandirt

    olderthandirt Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 28, 2009
    Willamette Valley, PNW
    hi ski
    Just wanted to throw out, that is the exact performance I get with the 16340's regardless of manufacturer or whether they are protected/un-protected.

    I've been using Ultrafire, Spiderfire and some plain-label "Fire" for some time now in a SD and a pair of AdapteveR's. Just as you mention, they do indeed charge to 4.2v, and the performance of both a 510 or 901 drops at around 3.8v. depending on the actual condition of the atomizer I've had good vapor as low as 3.4 with a 510. This is not measured under load mind you.

    Very pleased when David announced the Super T2. Looking forward to adding that to my PV rack!
  19. bearscreek

    bearscreek Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2009
    Thanks, guys. That's what I was trying to sort out. I was actually hoping the RCR123As might work in the T2, but I understand better now.
  20. SOHCking

    SOHCking Full Member

    Sep 26, 2009
    Shreveport, LA
    I would really like to purchase the mini T but I don't see it on his website. Is this model not yet available?
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