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    Small 18350 setup with eVic

    Hi All,

    I'm a bit new to eCig, switched about a year ago. My everyday setup is the following:
    • 350mAh Mini Ego Battery
      Kanger Protank Mini
      Kanger Protank Atomizer Coil Head 2.2 Ohms


    It works ok, but sometimes that 350mAh does not last long and may stop working during the day. I always carry with myself one for replacement. From eLiquid perspective, size of tank is enough for me to last the day.

    I started to look for some mods, especially small ones that can use 18350 battery and came up with the below setup:
    • Joyetech eVic VV & VW Control Head
      18350 Battery Tube for the eVic
      2 x Efest 18350 IMR Battery
      TR-001 Trustfire Charger



    I would like to know if the above is smallest size setup I can get comparing to what I have right now (my current setup, including protank, is about 11.5cm). Am I going to get an improvement in eJuice taste (I currently use juices from Mt.Baker Vapor and SoulBlu).

    Any other setup options I can get for reasonable price and to maintain the same small size, but improve battery time and taste?

    Thanks

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    Hi mr thing, welcome to the forum, if you put your location in your profile it will make it easier for us to advise you, as you may live near a B&M store where you can see and handle different set ups personally, I've never used an evic so don't know what they're like but someone with more knowhow will come along shortly



    eta .. I 've read elsewhere on this forum, not to trust any charger with 'fire' in the name... dunno if there's anything in it tho'!
    Last edited by maggie; 09-04-14 at 12:58 PM.
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    Trustfire is a terrible charger, very, very slow. You'd be better off with a nitecore or something similar.
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    you'll need more than two batteries and i would suggest aw imrs

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    Thanks for your suggestions. I will look for other charger and AW batteries instead. I updated my location, was just wondering if there are any B&M shops in Mel CBD where I can have a look on different mods?

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    for batteries and chargers I would Supersports600 ebay shop - he is also a forum member supersports600 | eBay
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    Hi Mr Thing,

    The evic head is slightly larger then a 18350 sitting just over 41mm
    The pic below would be close to the head and 18350..... sitting around 90mm without an atomizer.


    The below is a shot of evic in 18650 mode with the same battery sitting next to tube.... as you can see the tube is larger due to fixings at each end. and the 18350 is smaller then the evic head.
    Below in the gold tube is a mech mod in 18350, although the evod clearo is not attached its there for size reference.
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    Yes well, that certainly puts things in perspective

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    @barscot
    These are awesome pics. Thanks a lot!

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    Mr thing,

    The evic is great, but I'd definitely NOT recommend it, there are a few very weak areas, the 510 threads wear out far to soon for the cost, and the head/electronics are quite vulnerable to drops and shocks. The 18350s will give you about 232 puffs at 8w, which for most will be only a few hours = get more SS600 batteries.
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