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Thread: Charger for Ego C batteries

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    Charger for Ego C batteries

    HI all,

    I've bought a couple of new Ego C 650 mAh batteries from HealthCabin. I initially bought the same types of batteries last year but since two of the batteries I bought are no longer working I needed to order 2 more (here is a link to the post describing what I initially bought - New to e-cigarettes, this is what I have bought....)

    I assumed that the charger/s that I bought last year would continue to work with the new ones, however my Dad says that the new batteries won't charge on his existing chargers.

    Does anyone know if they're supposed to work? If not, which charger am I supposed to buy and is there an Australian site I can buy it form as I need it quickly.

    Also will I need a different/additional power plug?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Vapeking,
    eGo USB Fast Charger
    Joye EGO USB Charger

    Vaping Cobra,
    Electronic Cigarette Battery Chargers

    send an e-mail to either regarding Ego C 650 mah and either will get back to you, I nver used a Ego C 650Mah but I'm pretty sure any standard one will do unless you're using Joye 510 batts, someone?, I've been on mech mods for a while,
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    Thanks Richo, I just ordered from Vapeking.

    Cheers

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    there's absolutely no reason your old chargers wouldn't work with the new batteries. unless you spilled bourbon all over them or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by kay67kay View Post
    there's absolutely no reason your old chargers wouldn't work with the new batteries. unless you spilled bourbon all over them or something
    Spoken from experience?,,,hehehehe,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichoVonBlack View Post
    Spoken from experience?,,,hehehehe,,,
    Although, the batteries still work after the bourbon and coke treatment..... Rinsed well and left to dry... Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronikabis View Post
    Although, the batteries still work after the bourbon and coke treatment..... Rinsed well and left to dry... Haha
    Only in Australia we would think of flavouring our batteries with alcohol, gotta love being yobbos,,,hehehe,,
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    Back to the topic on hand, old charger should be fine.
    Clean the contacts on it with an eraser if you have trouble. make sure the batt side is clean also.
    all good. If it's an ego 420ma it should charge pretty quickly. If it's a 510, itll work, but will take a bloody forever

 

 

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