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Thread: Sub-Ohm eGo Batteries...Interesting

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    Sub-Ohm eGo Batteries...Interesting

    Was on MyVape looking for cotton wick and I found these:



    Very interesting indeed...



    MyVape reckons it can handle a 0.8ohm coil.

    Fires from 4.2v - 3.7v.

    I've been looking for a decent eGo-sized battery - the Twist looks the ticket save for it's 2.5A limit.

    These look better save for lack of VV!

    What do you guys think?
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    Interesting. Fires a 0.8 ohm coil? That's pulling 5.25A @ 4.2V. I'd be making sure the battery cell they're using in that thing can safely handle that load first.

    I had a little look around (not a good look, mind you - I didn't see the ability to fire 0.8 ohm coils mentioned for instance)... and I couldn't see what chemistry the battery cells are using, or what the safe current limit of the cell is.

    If it has a vent hole or two, and it's using an IMR cell that can do at least a 6A continuous draw.... then yeah - I think it looks pretty good.

    If it doesn't (or they don't know) - then there's no way in hell I'd put a 0.8ohm coil on the thing. I like having teeth.

    So yeah - it could be great, or it could be yet another unregulated ego passthrough.
    These things.

    I have some things.
    I vape them.

 

 

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