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    Best regulated mod for subtank mini?

    I saw a video with the subtank mini and Joyetech eGo one which looked great. I love the look of a cylindrical setup that also produces good vapour and more importantly taste. But I've also read about some inherent problems with those mods.

    Is the istick 50w currently the best battery for the subtank mini? And if so, who is the cheapest in Australia?

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    The best? You tell me There is so many good ones out there.

    You cant go wrong with an istick.

    With regard to the cheapest hardware, there is a fairly new site where you just put the name of the item in and it lists all the available matches in Australia with their prices.

    http://www.vapeassist.com/
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    Thanks Tara. Is there any reason the istick 50w would work better than the 30w with the subtank mini? It's smaller and would be much handier for travelling.

    After owning an MVP 2.0 I think I'd prefer to go back to an ego style battery but there's so many good reviews about the isticks lately!

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    The 50w is better in many ways but you should be fine if you wanted to just get the 30w. What resistance coils are you using with the subtank mini?

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    Sorry Tara I'm a bit new to all this. I realise the mini comes with 2 different resistance coils but I won't be rebuilding them (for now) if that answers your question?

    edit: a quick Google shows it's fairly simple to rebuild the coils so I'm sure I could handle that.
    Last edited by Prophecy; 09-03-15 at 03:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tara View Post
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    With regard to the cheapest hardware, there is a fairly new site where you just put the name of the item in and it lists all the available matches in Australia with their prices.

    http://www.vapeassist.com/
    Neat! Bookmarking that. Thanks for the heads-up.

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    Oh OK well you should forget about the ego battery (I didn't see that till now)

    If you would like to keep your options open, then personally Id say get the 50w. Even if its just for the fact that you get twice the capacity (battery life). However, if you feel you would prefer the 30w cause of the size then that would suit your needs fine. You wont need any more than 30w at this stage

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    Kanger made their own mod for the subtanks.
    Kanger K Box mod.
    http://www.kangeronline.com/products/kanger-kbox-mod
    Last edited by disley; 09-03-15 at 04:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disley View Post
    Kanger made their own mod for the subtanks.
    Kanger K Box mod.
    Kanger KBOX MOD – KangerTech
    You have seven watt preset options to use only and can not change to any other if your preferred wattage that is not preset.
    The only thing i disliked about the kbox.
    Presets in watts are
    8w 13w 20w 25w 30w 35w and 40w.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gXnYINFmCI

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    Also doesn't display resistance of coils

 

 
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