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    Smile How To Choose Batteries?

    There are dozens of batteries in our store, varying from each other in threading, capacity, voltage and etc.

    Here is a preliminary guide for you and you can follow the steps below to get the right battery. But you shall also look through the detailed description of your chosen battery, for there might be something you need to pay special attention to.

    Steps:
    *First, decide whether you want to try stable volt batteries -Joye (3.3V) or other batteries
    *Second, choose auto or manual mode as you want
    *Then, select the capacity, big or small
    *Finally, find the right battery you need from the picture below.

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    Great, you have done it again!
    Love these charts, keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmad View Post
    Great, you have done it again!
    Love these charts, keep up the good work!
    Thanks. we will do more charts soon.
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    +1 Well done here, think these are great and wish there was something as simple like them around a few months ago!. My only suggestion on improving it would be to take it a step further and have the terms clickable to explanations of what each means and maybe a little description of what the advantages/disadvantages of each are. eg. stable/unstable, the different threadings, auto vs manual & invariable vs vv. Unstable and Variable voltage could get confusing for new people if they're not clearly explained.
    Nearly a year off the burning things (yay!!). Plus an enforced break from computers (and thus temptation) for a few months means I've even saved $$$$!

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    THis has helped heaps, thanks! totally want an ego-t, now which one....
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    A number 13 or 14 kit!
    Cheers.... Pete.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vapidkitty View Post
    +1 Well done here, think these are great and wish there was something as simple like them around a few months ago!. My only suggestion on improving it would be to take it a step further and have the terms clickable to explanations of what each means and maybe a little description of what the advantages/disadvantages of each are. eg. stable/unstable, the different threadings, auto vs manual & invariable vs vv. Unstable and Variable voltage could get confusing for new people if they're not clearly explained.
    thank you for your good suggestion.
    i am sorry that we do not know how to make them clickable. it is a big challenge for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benno View Post
    THis has helped heaps, thanks! totally want an ego-t, now which one....
    #7, 8, 9 are all ego T batteries.
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