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    Mech mods - trip fuse

    Does anyone recommend a trip fuse for mechanical mod?

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    I don't see the point of one? explain what this fuse would be doing? tripping when the mod get shorted? You can work that out really fast by how hold your mod has instantly gotten.
    A mech mod is pretty much just a big switch anyway.
    Last edited by D3AB; 02-07-14 at 12:16 AM.



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    theres the 2c fuse and i think thats about it really buddy....
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    Most people don't bother. Unless u are paranoid about battery blowing up, u don't really need it. U need to understand how the mod works and the physics of conductivity first if u want to dive into mech mods.

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    vape-safe is the only one I know off
    Electronic | Cigarettes | Mods | Battery | Safety | Fuse | TheVapeSafe.com

    otherwise buy a protected battery and a mod that can fit one. I know my blazar 18650 3400mAh panasonics fit in the astro mech and sigelei mechs.


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    AtmiZoo make The Bug. I Looks like a good idea but I haven't used one.

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    But the ultimate in safety and convenience is an "Evolv Kick" IMO. Just set it and that's it. Consistent and safe Vaping.

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    only problem with these fuses is that once they feel a little bit of warmth they trip so if you are vaping say below .7 then they are going to trip all the time....
    theres these other springs you can get that collapse and break battery contact that are meant to be better i seen them in a PBusardo Vid, i cant actually remember which one ill see if i can find it and ill let you know

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