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T18E Battery Question

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  1. ollie40

    ollie40 New Member

    Oct 10, 2016
    Hi, I am new to vaping and bought an innokin T18E which I am happy with

    I would quite like to get a second battery for it. Can I purchase something like a 2000mah battery to use with it, or can i only use the official 1000mah innokin battery which comes with the T18E? (is the fixed 14 watts output something i need to consider, or does the T18E take care of that, regardless of which battery is used .. eg. so i can use a 2000mah third party battery with the T18E? or MUST only use the official battery which is 1000mah? thanks)
     
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  2. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    hello @ollie40 , welcome to ECF :toast:

    ya know, the T18 tank is just a 18mm tank with a 510 fitting & a 1.5Ω coil in it
    so you could get ANY battery device and screw the T18 on, set it to 14w and vape away as you please...

    THEN you can always play around with the watts settings of your newer device and maybe get a better vape ??
    something you can't do with the T18 battery

    so yes, you could put the T18 on another battery...

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    :thumbs:
     
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  3. ollie40

    ollie40 New Member

    Oct 10, 2016
    hey, thanks very much for the reply, could i just get a standard battery which doesnt let you change watts, eg. like in the ebay item number: 322264576792 (i cant post the URL, the forum wont let me post links unfortunately)
    would that be ok do you think? (i'm not sure what part of the T18E determines the 14W?) thanks!
     
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  4. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    it's the internal 'board' / the manufacturer chip-set that controls the POWER OUTPUT

    not sure why you would want to limit yourself to NON adjustable wattage - but that's cool if that's what you want :)
    looks like you want a tube and not a box mod ? there is just SO MANY MORE OPTIONS when you look at the box mods that are out there now... :shock::shock:


    I don't do eblay so I can't look what your talkin about :unsure:

    but yes, if it matches your coil and gives you the vape output YOU want and no burnt taste you're good to go

    :evil:
     
  5. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
  6. ollie40

    ollie40 New Member

    Oct 10, 2016
    hey thanks a lot for your help
    im happy with the 14w and amount of air to be honest, it's just right for me

    i dont suppose you know, if i used a 2200mah battery:- for the 5v usb charger, should it be 2000ma? i notice for the stock 1000mah battery, it says to use a 1000ma 5v charger. hmm, just wondering if the charging would be faster with a 2000ma charger really
     
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  7. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    •500ma = .5A
    •1000ma = 1.0A
    •2000ma = 2.0A

    seems most are .5A charge output (for all)
    1.0A will be a little faster charge time
    either will do the job just fine...

    2.0A charge is pretty much faster

    then there is the theory that 'fast' charge depletes battery life faster (harm)
    you'll have to research for yourself... o_O
     
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