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Thread: Recessed EGO fitting troublesome. Advice?

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    Recessed EGO fitting troublesome. Advice?

    I bought some batteries on eBay last week.



    They're 2014 X8 Twist Ego Twist Vapouriser Batteries. 1300mah with ego thread at $15 each delivered.
    I thought they would be suitable with my Kanger T3S clearomisers.
    They do work but when I attempt to unscrew the clearomiser, it separates and leaves the bottom part of it stuck inside the battery.
    Is there a spacer I can buy to raise the clearomiser higher so it can be unscrewed easily?
    Or is there any other solution?

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    You can get a 510 to ego adapter that will raise the connector 5mm or so ,providing your batteries have the inner 510 thread in them
    Something like 510 to eGo Adapter | House of Vape
    You can get them from most Vape shops online
    I would think that should raise it enough :-)
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    Pretty sure I have a spare one that I can chuck in an envelope for you. If you think it would suit your needs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain View Post
    Pretty sure I have a spare one that I can chuck in an envelope for you. If you think it would suit your needs
    Just beat me to it Captain, I was going to do the same thing

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    How tight do you screw down the clearo? doesn't need to be super tight.
    Got a dremel

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    Put a little vaso on the threads...problem gone..!!!

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    Thanks for the advice.
    I've decided to take Browny's tip and not screw the clearo down so tightly.
    Seems to be working well.
    I'm a bit worried that if I screw a 5 mm adapter in there, I may not be able to get it out again.
    As I'm new to this I'm sure I will be upgrading components soon.
    When that happens I'll give them to some of my smoking friends who are interested in starting to vape instead.

 

 

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