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Thread: Nemesis battery recommendations

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    Nemesis battery recommendations

    I need to finally get my nemesis up and running properly. I have a number of RBAs and will be using the Christmas break to finally master that art. In the meantime I want to use it with other BCC atomisers if possible (just because), so will be using a 5-10w kick. I hope that's going to work ok. (?)

    So question. Need battery recommendations for use with and without the kick...or can I use the same one? Here are some that I have looked at, but want to make sure I get the right ones.

    2X Panasonic IMR 18650 2250mAh Lithium Manganese Vaper 3 6V CGR 18650 CH Battery | eBay

    2X Panasonic NCR 18650 PD 2900mAh Lithium LI ION NCR18650PD High Drain Battery | eBay

    Thanks in advance for your wise words.... :-)

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    Yeah the clearo's will work fine on it, but best performance is with rba / rda's.

    You can use the same batteries for with or without a kick.

    I would recommend contacting supersport600. He is a member here and is on eBay. (Can't find link)
    He's great with questions and price
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    Those are supersport600. Get IMR
    I got the CGR18650CH pannasonics. Cheapest but good. Take a little longer to charge. Need a good charger four slots. I've found myself charging 3 at a time.
    I'll never need the full current, only need 2A max but at least I know the coil will blow if I have a short. The batteries should not destroy themselves too.
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    Use unprotected cells with the Kick as it's got inbuilt short protection etc.

    Use protected cells without the Kick to start off with just in case you goof and cause a dead short.

    More importantly get a 510-threaded ohm meter to test your atties before you go whacking them on a mod so the afforementioned doesn't happen.

    After that then venture into the strange world of high amperage batteries like the MNKE and the Sony 30A......names escape me but Vapeking have them
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    Quote Originally Posted by himynameisbunny View Post

    More importantly get a 510-threaded ohm meter to test your atties before you go whacking them on a mod so the afforementioned doesn't happen.
    Yep got that sorted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssstahly View Post

    I would recommend contacting supersport600. He is a member here and is on eBay. (Can't find link)
    He's great with questions and price
    I contacted him and he said "I haven't tried the nemesis, whatever fits will do but near 10w, probably need IMR's like the efest 18490's or high current like the PD's (the PD's are heaps better but when using a kick (which I have never had much luck with) , battery size changes."

    The links above are for his eBay store so just checking if I'm on the right track.
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    2x panny 18650 flat nipple
    1xEfest 18500, 18350 nipple
    all fit well with and without kick. You can make anything fit in a nemesis

    Use 18650 often. 18350 sometimes, 18500 in a telescopic that does not fit 18350.

    If I was to say what you really need is
    18650 x 3
    or 18650 x 2 plus 18350 x1or2.
    or 18650 x 2 plus 18500 x1or2.
    Just having 2 batteries is annoying for me.

    some battery info on this site
    Last edited by sushiaddiction; 09-12-13 at 04:10 PM.
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    The Panasonic PD's are good. I have them from SuperSports600 as well. They take about three hours to charge (on my charger) and I get a day and a half easy with a 0.6 ohm coil.

    If you want to get into duel coils etc your probably going to need something with a higher amp limit. The vapebar ones suggested above would be the go (if they are ever in stock!)
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    So just ordered the Panasonic NCR 18650 PD....
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