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Thread: Smoke XPro M65

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    Smoke XPro M65

    I have a Smok XPro M65, and it keeps dropping the watts to 26, until the device reaches body temperature.
    Then it will stay at the setting you choose.
    The battery is at full charge.
    I assume this is some type of safety feature, but it's annoying.
    Anyone else have one, and does it do the same thing?

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    It's not really designed to go over 25-30 watts with a single 18650. Even though it is capable of pushing out 65w. I read a pile on this. I think that is how I killed my first one. Pushing it too hard.

    I just stick around 8-25w depending on the atty, never happens to me now.

    edit: using mine now at 25w with a quasar built at .6 ohms... chucking the clouds. Lovin it.
    Last edited by Northerner; 25-02-15 at 03:17 PM.
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    What sort of battery are you using? My 50w version has no problems running at 40w, it only drops the wattage when the battery gets fairly low. I'm using a samsung 25R.

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    I'm using a 25r too... what about you Dis?

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    I've just put in the NCR18650PF High drain Battery I got in the post today.
    I charged them up and it's holding it at 30watts.
    supersport recommended them.
    I was using NCR 18650PD, which I've had for a year or more.
    I tried the NCR 18650 B 3400mAh Lithium Li-Ion, didn't help.
    Last edited by disley; 25-02-15 at 04:08 PM.

 

 

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