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    The tank system shootout by pBusardo

    A PBusardo Review - The Tank System Shootout - YouTube!
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    good stuff, nice to see someone being objective, I had a feeling the ego-c might take it from what I have heard.
    I added a comment to the vid pointing out one error, they should have tested on the actual batterys the tank system was made for, testing ego tanks at 3.7 will skew the results a little since ego dont make 3.7.
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    it was interesting to see.

    i never going to use a tank system of that style but sound like ego C is the go.

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    I dont like those systems at all. I dont know why people bother with them really why would you want dull flavour? And the hasstle of cleaning them is too much. I think it is time for the tank cart to rest in peace.

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    Bugger, so all the eGo-T (B) spare parts and equiptment I've accumilated over the last six months I have to put in mothballs and start again with an eGo-T (C) ?

    At least the eGo-T (B) came second.
    Isn't second the 1st loser?

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    Flea the T system was so last year... I know your loyal to your type B but did you know you can clean and rewick a stardust... Even without rewicking one of them can last a month with simply washing and dry burning. Now your going to tell me how economical the T is... I know but arent you just the least bit curious?

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    but stardusts taste like plastic to me, thats a game changer.
    ego t usually tastes like burnt sump oil admittedly..
    In order of useful: Provari V2 and V1, vamo, eGo twist, Katana v3, Hex, Orion v2, LavaTube, eGo x 6, VMAX, 510N, Tick V2, Tick V1, noEgo 18650, noEgo 14650 , Indulgence x 2, 905 6v mod, KR808D



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    I think stardust was built for 3. nothing volts otherwise burnt taste.
    i tried two of them & total waste of time.
    however i hear the Ego C is a fair improvement on the old ego T.

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    I am not a tank fan, but agree they have a place, so it was an interesting view. I am not really a big fan of stardusts either, but as a hardcore dripper/bottomfeeder/topfeeder I am in a minority group these days.

    I think I will still recommend the stardust to newbie friends, they just seem so easy to use for newbies, but the review made put the ego c back in as an option.

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    Well, that vid confirmed that I have no intention of trying a tank system again. I have tried and I do not see the point.
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