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    Battery advice - mech

    Firstly apoligies if this has been posted.

    Secondly this is me at early stages of education before i buy one as a few of you know now i like to be thorough before taking the next step.

    So i can see a "safer" way to vape a mech mod is above .2ohms with a 25r battery. ( on the advice people have said thw battery can handle this)

    My question is, is there a safer 18650 battery out there. Or a battery that can handle .15 ohms?

    Thank you in advance

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    Looking at the vtc5a st the present

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    Mooch recons the Sony VTC5A is capable of delivering the highest current, but the yet to be released Tesla might upset the apple cart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeFloyd View Post
    Looking at the vtc5a st the present

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    0.15 is 28 amps and outside vtc5a capabilities of 25 amps



    LG HB6 are true 30 amp. But only 1500mah and you'll be changing every hour.

    A parallel battery mech is a better options, gives you more scope for super sub ohm

    Or series with higher ohms to increase watts that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogMan View Post
    0.15 is 28 amps and outside vtc5a capabilities of 25 amps



    LG HB6 are true 30 amp. But only 1500mah and you'll be changing every hour.

    A parallel battery mech is a better options, gives you more scope for super sub ohm

    Or series with higher ohms to increase watts that way

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    Thats interesting dogman i put in 3.6 volts 🤔

    I dont mind the recharge ill buy a few so might take a look into those batteries

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    Quote Originally Posted by fridgemagnet View Post
    Mooch recons the Sony VTC5A is capable of delivering the highest current, but the yet to be released Tesla might upset the apple cart.
    Steamery has stock -

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    @dogman those batteries should give me about 40 puffs ( lg )

    I do like the fact they are 30 amp as its safer

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    you should try simplier coils for dual coils and aim for 0.20 or higher

    or do a single coil
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    Mooch's rating for the VTC5A was for continuous current, not intermittent.
    That said, 28 Amps would be no-go territory for me, unless it was a parallel or series mod..
    Last edited by fridgemagnet; 27-03-17 at 12:59 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridgemagnet View Post
    Mooch's rating for the VTC5A was for continuous current, not intermittent.
    That said, 28 Amps would be no-go territory for me, unless it was a parallel or series mod..
    HB6 will do it, verified by mooch. SS600 doesn't stock them. I got mine from illumn.com in the states. Takes about a week.

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