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Volcano E-Cig

Discussion in 'Ask The Veterans' started by Guitarsobes, Dec 20, 2009.

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  1. Guitarsobes

    Guitarsobes New Member

    Dec 20, 2009
    Cleveland, OH
    Hello fellow vapers! I am a newb to vaping and I bought a volcano e-cig to give it a try. So far it is working ok, but I would like to get more vapor. I have done some research online and I have heard that batteries can have a huge impact on the amount of vapor an e-cig can produce. Does anyone know if there are other batteries that are compatible that I can use? Or if there is another way to produce more vapor out of this particular e-cig?
  2. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 12, 2009
    NW Ohio US
    There's some mention of a 510/L88B compatibility but it's one way and the 'wrong' way for you.

    Here's the best hope right now until more adapters are created:

    From the link:
    "the easiest thing to do is get the sidesho batteries from modernvapor. ...they're completely compatible with the l88b attys and make a world of difference."

    Now, that answers your question for using the L88B atomizer but while battery power does affect vapor production, the atomizer type itself can be a hindrance, and you may be better off going with nerf's suggestion below.
  3. Kewtsquirrel

    Kewtsquirrel Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 21, 2009
    DFW, TX
    I would just say make a 510 mod - If you haven't been vaping for too long you probably don't have a whole lot of volcano stuff lying around, so switching to a more popular/available model and using a bigger battery/higher voltage mod will suit you better in the long run. You'll probably find quickly you overpaid for your volcano, but everyone overpays for their first e-cig, its a learning experience.

    If you're making/buying a mod, the /only/ 510 things you need to buy are 1) atomizers and 2) a battery connector if you're making it. You don't need a starter kit or any of that stuff, just a $3 connector and a $10 atomizer.
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