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Thread: SR vs LR - EgoC & Vision Stardust Clearo

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    SR vs LR - EgoC & Vision Stardust Clearo

    Trying to read up a little more on SR vs LR. Specifically with my EgoC 1000mAh using the Vision eGo Stardust Clearomizer.

    I'm a little confused the more i read as im getting conflicting reviews.

    I'm using a SR startdust currently, its ok but the TR is not strong, and the flavor seems a little weak. I do however love the simplicity of it. I like seeing how much juice is in there, and filling up is quick and easy. It also seems to be pretty consistent.

    I'm reading that LR will give me more flavour and a bigger throat hit, but will my battery be able to handle it? Would love to hear from anyone using this set up cause before i put my next order in.

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    Yes. .its fine...i buzz round all day with LR stardusts on 650mah batts...at first i used SR but was too weak...LR is the.way to go...a bit harsh on full charge sometimes but soon settles when batt power drops a bit...i have the upgrade ego t batts...just keep them on constant votltage which is low an is great ( white light on button)...yr doing the right thing! !

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    Awesome, thanks! Going to order some now.

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    I wouldn't give up too easily on the C because although I use stardust SR and LR for me the better vape is from the Ego C with the normal atomiser head and tank. As stomp says the LR is fine on your battery but can be a little harsh dependent on the juice.

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    I agree, LRs offer a more satisfying cape on egos (not on twists though)
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    VOLTS VS. OHMS

    3.7V: 1.5-3.2 Ohms
    5V: 2.0-3.2 Ohms
    6V: 2.5-4.5 Ohms
    7.4V+: 3-5 Ohms

    As a general guideline.
    (I found the above somewhere on this forum)

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    This spreadsheet helps me

    here is link to ECF

    Excel Power worksheet (Voltage vs Resistance)

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    Get some Boge LR cartos too & maybe some VK comets, try everything, carto/atty wise, until you find the "perfect vape". Then stick with what works best for you, until something new comes along & interests you.
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    LR will suit you fine, they are pretty much all i use on ego batts. If you still need more TH you will have to up the nic a bit.

 

 

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