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    Istick 50w vs 30w question...

    I realise the 50w was a good investment because I have more options with future setups, but after handling the 30w I prefer the smaller size.

    I'm using 1.6ohm coils rba and usually vaping at between 15w and 20w.

    Would I have the same vaping experience with a 30w istick?

    Thanks experts!

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    If you only vape between 15w-20w yes, you would have the same vaping experience with the 30w, even the 20w I would assume compared to the 50w.
    IRL friend lent me his 30w for a couple of days and at 20w, there is no difference

    The main reason I went with the 50w over the 30w at the time (Ordering with the subtank mini) was purely the battery life.
    Warning: 50w may induce a spending spree due to being able to go to 50w ^_^


    Quote Originally Posted by VHonda View Post
    Usb port location on 30w is a bit of a put off.
    ^^ that too, if you include that into the experience
    Last edited by Filfa; 26-04-15 at 10:55 AM.

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    Usb port location on 30w is a bit of a put off. That to me justifies the premium. Of a batt life aswell.

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    I can't remember how long I've had my 30watt istick, certainly since before the 50watt was available.
    It's been a great battery, and sufficient for all my subohm tanks because I like a cool vape.
    I've recently noticed it's going flat sooner than it used to.
    I'm not sure how many cycles they claim, but I'm recharging 2 or even 3 times a day, with the Lemo 2.
    I'm also filling the Lemo, two or three times a day.
    Perhaps I'm vaping a lot more, I'll increase the nic content to try and cut back on the excessive vaping.

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    Replace the battery?
    2900mah FTW!
    Don't ask me how high off the ground I had to drop this clone to break the battery wire.
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    For battery life vaping at 20 watt. It's hard to overlook the istick 50w��

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    yep..i only got it for battery life, charging every 2.5 days is great

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    Last edited by cYcLoNe675; 22-05-15 at 02:42 AM.

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    I'm sure that 50W would be a much better look for anything 22mm also.
    The 20W looks daft with just about anything that's not >18mm (or 18.5mm if you have the sleeve) and the 30W just looks daft all together IMO.

    And who charges their mod with an RDA on top, or uses pass through on a 4400mah mod? o_O

 

 

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