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Thread: Joye eGo C Twist Varible Voltage Battery is coming soon!

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    Joye eGo C Twist Varible Voltage Battery is coming soon!

    [Joyetech] Joye eGo C Twist V V Battery (Coming Soon) is the latest variable voltage battery made by Joyetech, a leading electronic cigarette company. Each battery has inner smart buck-boost converter, which can adjust voltage output from 3.2v ~ 4.8v by spinning the knob at the bottom. Each increment is 0.2v. The battery can work at 4.8v stably. The voltage output won't decrease when power is less.

    The battery is safer than regular Joye batteries because each battery has 3 kinds of Protections:

    1. Short Circuit Protection: When short circuit happens, the battery will shut down. The battery won't go back to work until short circuit ends.

    2. Atomizer Protection: If you press the button for 10 seconds, the battery will be locked until the next press.

    3. Low Voltage Protection: When the battery voltage is lower than 3.3v, the battery will shut down.

    The Joye eGo C Twist 650mAh battery is 23mm longer than regular Joye eGo C 650mAh battery.

    More information about the battery will be available soon.

    The products will be available in May.


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    ah about time

    what is the output current ? wattage ? minimum ohms etc ..
    ie .. its not going to drive a 1.5Ω atty to 4.8V .. does it simply shut down ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoney View Post
    ah about time

    what is the output current ? wattage ? minimum ohms etc ..
    ie .. its not going to drive a 1.5Ω atty to 4.8V .. does it simply shut down ?
    Thank you for your question. We will look into it and let you know.

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    yes if the work fine they will be a great option for those that dont want a VV mod. Hopefully they will come with a 1000 mah version as well as even though they will be damn long, they will last longer.

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    They would be a good back up vv.
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickg33 View Post
    yes if the work fine they will be a great option for those that dont want a VV mod. Hopefully they will come with a 1000 mah version as well as even though they will be damn long, they will last longer.
    eGo C Twist 1000mah will be available together
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    Yup.. now we just need to find out what the maxium Amperage (Amps) output it has.. hopefully more then 2.0A output.
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    Any pricing info yet?
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    Looks like there will be 900mAh and 1000mAh versions coming out...

    The test data, on the Joyetech site, is the same for both the bigger and smaller batteries.. so not sure which that data is for.. still doesn't show the Amperage.. nor the test method used (whether it is under load or not).. but they list a 2.2ohm atty at 4.8v.. so it has to be at least 2.2A if the data is true.. so I am hoping it is a 2.5A or higher output.. but I would be very surprised if it was more than 2.5A
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bass Junkie View Post
    Any pricing info yet?
    Sorry. We have not decided the pricing.
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