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Thread: Upgrade from Ego

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    Upgrade from Ego

    Hi all,
    I've been using an Ego c/t for a long time now. I'm wanting to upgrade to something better.

    I'm thinking variable voltage. I purchased a whole lot of attys from Fasttech to fit the ego and have quite a few left so would prefer something I can still use these with (510 threads)

    Can you use provaris with 510 threads?

    Thanks

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    Provari has a 510 thread yes , so will accept any 510 atty , as will any number of cheaper alternatives ... just make sure it states 510 thread in the product description of whichever mod you choose and you will be fine
    However IF you are referring to Ego threading ( which you might be ) then you can always buy a 510 to ego adapter , at pretty much any online or B&M store

    The difference between a 510 thread and an ego thread

    The thread that actually connects your atomiser is the name that you use .... if you have clearomisers that use the OUTSIDE threads in the below picture , then they are considered EGO_THREADED... if the atomiser you are using has a bolt like protrusion from the base and screws into the INSIDE hole , then that's 510 threaded
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    lotta people raving about eleaf istick
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    What about the mini nautilus?

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    Thanks mate. Just ordered the Eleaf iStick
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    Quote Originally Posted by jorden0069 View Post
    What about the mini nautilus?

    lotta people raving about the mini nautilus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorden0069 View Post
    What about the mini nautilus?
    Thats a clearo or clearomiser - they are excellent, but are half the equation, you cant order one of those of it's own and be able to vape....
    You need a power supply - such as the eleaf (excellent) into which you screw your clearo (like a Naut Mini - also excellent)

    A mod usually refers to a battery unit - mechs or mechanical which are a simple tube without electronics that simply delivers what ever output the battery can deliver, or a VV/VW (Variable Voltage and/or Variable Wattage) unit, which do have electronics and allow you to control the delivery of current from the battery.

    The bit your juice goes into is called so many things that it is daunting to start with but are mostly referred to as an Atty:

    Clearo or Clearomiser (Such as the Naut range) are usually tanks that have replaceable coils which are generally considered disposable - the coil, not the tank - when a coil is tasting burnt, you pull it out and replace it with a new one - Coils can be rebuilt, but are not designed to be so.
    RBA's or "Rebuildable Atomisers" come in two main forms:
    RTA: Rebuildable Tank Atomiser - A clearo looking arrangement, but are designed for you to rebuild and rewick the coil, and have a tank that hold an amount of liquid.
    RDA: Rebuildable Dripping or Dripper Atomiser - as above but with no tank, so relies on you to 'drip' juice onto the coil/wick on a regular basis manually.
    Also there are also variations on each, such as 'Gennies' or 'Genesis' type which share a lot in common with RTA's but the wicking system is different.....
    There are also 'Carto's' but never used one and dont really know how they work....

    Whilst you research the styles available, a VV/VW such as the eleaf and an 'Atty' such as the Naut mini, are certainly a decent combo, and you may find that they are all you need or want!

    Good luck with the upgrade though - you know where to find us if you have more questions
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    Thanks for your replies. I appreciate it

    Cheers,

    Jorden
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    double post sorry

    Cheers,

    Jorden
    Last edited by jorden0069; 26-11-14 at 12:13 AM.
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