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    Ego C twist

    Mate just got one in the mail.. How do we charge it. Can I remove the bott cap?

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    Pretty sure the twist is charged with an eGo charger, that screws on the business end. The end cap does not come off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robray View Post
    Pretty sure the twist is charged with an eGo charger, that screws on the business end. The end cap does not come off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robray View Post
    Pretty sure the twist is charged with an eGo charger, that screws on the business end. The end cap does not come off.
    Yes what Robray said
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    the bottom cap is what you twist to change the voltage. just charge the same as normal ego battery (pretty much ditto what rob said). it's the passthroughs you can take the bottom off to charge with a usb cable, not the twists
    Last edited by kay67kay; 02-05-13 at 10:46 PM.

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    Cool ill get him a charger Tommorow thanks peeps

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    I don't know how good your eyes are Dimo?

    With my poor eye sight I use a cut hair from a soft broom to highlight the settings on the twist using red nail polish.

    Stony gave me the idea, he always has his nails drying in the sun.
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    *heads off to find some nail polish and pull out a broom bristle*

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    They should have braille settings on the twists for people like us.

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    yeah, or at least something slightly more visible that the lil scratches that are there. I reckon someone with perfect vision would have trouble with the twist. the vision spinner is much better in that regard.

 

 
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