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Will these work on an Evod?
Kanger T3S Clearomizer Tanks (5 Pk)
In theory, yes. They seem at least given the limited pic information to have the right connector. In practice it will depend a bit on what their ohm rating is and whether there is a quality modifier involved in the term “work”.
Ego style batteries in general don’t do too well with really low ohm stuff. They usually do 3.7v but their draw ability varies and generally isn’t very good. More or less poor to really poor. Also iirc those things are old style cartos and didn’t have a super great rep when they were popular many years ago so if there is a quality of vape modifier they may or may not meet it.
Yes back when I vaped with the ego battery those are the exact tanks I used, and an evod is similar to an ego..
If your Evod is an Ego style battery, then yes they will work.
The Kanger T3S has the "female" eGo connector. Most eGo batteries have both male and female connector attachments.
One of the best towards the end of those types. RockBottomVapes has them cheaper along with coils.
Now I'm even more confused... I need an adapter? And yes, I never even like the Evod much, but this cheap price I'll give it another chance.
No I don't think you need an adaptor for an evod..
Yes for newer 510 female threaded mods.
These are easiest to get a grip on:
510 to eGo/510 Converter Adapter chromed brass $1.10
510 to eGo/510 Converter Adapter (5-Pack) $3.38
But there's also these:
510 to eGo Adapters for E-Cigarettes (2-Pack) $1.74
You don't need an adapter to use those on an Evod battery. They already have the matching threading to work on Evods.
@r77r7r - At Rock Bottom Vapes the T3S are $3.50 each. OP can get them for $5.49 per 5 pack at VapeNW.
You won't need the adaptor for an ego battery. However the adaptor would allow you to use the T3S on a 510 mod.
Yes, like I said... they are so cheap why not go for it!
It's original Evod 1 and I made the mistake of getting coils from local cig shop (not even a real vape shop) They had then loose in a cardboard box and I got 5 (3 were actually dead short... tested with ohm meter) Out of the 3 replacement they gave me, 1 more was dead short! I just gave up. Also, the airflow was too restricted for me (I like loose MTL) I will fix that with a drill (I've done it before) Just wondering, are these carts plastic or glass? Doesn't matter but they didn't say. I got a little pod (my post about the $1 labor day sale) Total joke, and replacement pods are 4 for $15, so I saw this and thought "why not give the Evod another chance? BTW, I don't even know what resistance the coils from the smoke shop were... there are different ones and i would like something under 2 ohms if possible. I do DIY juice so can make any VG/PG ratio... would 50/50 work well?
They are polycarbonate so they are plastic. Not much vapor produced, I used them a long time ago. The coils for them probably not so cheap, but they can be taken apart and rebuilt with some care.
Probably 1.8 ohm but the do also come with 2.2 ohm coils. the wick is silica the 50/50 may work or it may be too thin. I used them with 70/30 when I was using them
It does say 1.8 in the add, they'll work fine for what they are. I know plenty of people still use them or something similar. Not the greatest, not the worst either. As mentioned by Beamslider, they can be rebuilt, if you have a desire to do so.
Silica strings, not silicone.
That's right, I edited it to fix it
Rockbottom vapes does have the coils for 5 bucks a 5 pack.
Plastic is fine actually. I forgot to mention, I have re-wicked them before... main reason I want to try again. I could wind a microcoil too, but I just re-wick with cotton (I do have some rayon too) Most of my juice is 65VG/35PG so I'll try that first.
Funny but after all these years I still use basic cleros. Right now I am using an evod 2 but I actually ordered these just to have,as well as coils for my Evod2, I have been stocking up on stuff like this, as I can't see well enough to rebuild coils. The only question I have is, these coils that they call for look just like the coils I used in my original Evod years ago, but it calls for a different coil for those T3S cleros.
I have to use reading glasses AND a magnifying glass!
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