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    Need new toys

    Started vaping only 20 days ago and already want to add to my starter kits. I found a link to a cheapie site in one of the threads here.... E-liquid.cn Premier Cheap Ecig Bulk web shop, Premier Ecig Bulk web shop online since 2006

    I was thinking about getting....
    Lava Tube v2.1 body 18650 ($19.40),
    2 x 18650 batteries ($5.88 for 2),
    1 double battery charger ($3.59),
    2 eGo Twist 1100mAh batteries ($20.78).
    A total of US$60.09 including postage.

    Would anyone here know if their products are OK?

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    I'd be wary of buying those batteries ... look up supersports600 on here (or ebay) for good batteries and chargers.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/superspor..._sop=12&_rdc=1
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    my opinion - don't ever look at cheap batteries/charger. it's a recipe for disaster. pm supersports and get him to hook you up. just remember that your batteries and charger are going to take you from mod to mod - and is a very worthwhile investment (and isn't that expensive in the big scheme of things)

    edit: beaten to the punch by GT
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    Second to GTADMIN, whatever your budget is for cheap mods do yourself a long term favour and buy the best batteries you can, SS600 sells and backs up his batteries. I have a bunch of mods where the battery is the best part of it, and it shows in the vape, and the longevity.... and the safety.
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    I've bought half a dozen Ego Kits from there. 510 batteries, E-juice (not bad, I think it's possibly Hangsen?) No problems at all with those products. Just seems to take them a while to "process" the order before sending.

    Can't comment on batteries, but I'd take the above's word for it.
    Especially this gem "I have a bunch of mods where the battery is the best part of it"
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    ^^^^^ What they all said
    Cheapy mods sometimes come thru with the goods, Cheapy batteries , pretty much never , cheapy charger ( skin shivers)
    Your vaping experience is pretty much shaped by the quality of your batteries .
    Expensive mod , cheap batteries , will lose out every time to a cheapy mod with GOOD batteries
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    Hey Vapdad.. a few weeks ago, I got to see with my own eyes how powerful batteries are. One of those teeny weeny 400 mAh batteries plugged in charging, minding it's own business, and the kaboom.. it was cracker night in our loungeroom. Scorched floorboards, chair on fire.. literally on fire.

    Don't mess with batteries and chargers. Buy the best you can afford. That is one area even I don't bargain shop. It's not worth it. Your $5.00 batteries burn your $500,000 house down, or take your eye out, or damage one of your kids, or even your pets.
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    What she said, really.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsgruffy View Post
    Hey Vapdad.. a few weeks ago, I got to see with my own eyes how powerful batteries are. One of those teeny weeny 400 mAh batteries plugged in charging, minding it's own business, and the kaboom.. it was cracker night in our loungeroom. Scorched floorboards, chair on fire.. literally on fire.

    Don't mess with batteries and chargers. Buy the best you can afford. That is one area even I don't bargain shop. It's not worth it. Your $5.00 batteries burn your $500,000 house down, or take your eye out, or damage one of your kids, or even your pets.
    Nothing like hands on experience to drive home a point
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    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

 

 
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