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    vape time of provari mini with extension cap?

    what vape time are you guys getting with the extension cap with the mini and does anyone have pics to compare size?

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    Same as a Provari with normal size battery, and slightly smaller(only slightly)

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    so is there any downside of getting the mini over the regular size in terms of build quilaty, electronics etc?

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    Times wise not really sure but am vaping around 3ml of juice in a smoktech dc tank. 2ohms at 4.3v
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    I dont think so, the mini looks better imo...lol, Battery time of course will also vary on Voltage your vaping at etc I also believe tyhe full size can have an extension cap an run an even bigger batt again...I may be wrong...

    http://www.vapebar.com.au/products/P...l-Display.html

    The pictures here at vapebar show a mini with no cap next to a full size...
    Last edited by Mick77; 01-09-12 at 03:55 PM.

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    The Provari mini takes an 18350 battery or an 18490/500 with the extension cap.
    The fullsize Provari takes an 18490/500 battery or an 18650 with the extension cap.

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    Its not all about Size Mate...

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    18650 2000mAh 3.7v
    18650 1600mAh 3.7v

    or

    18490 1000mAh 3.7v

    Sure it is Mick

 

 

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