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I need some battery suggestion.
#1
Right now I'm running with the eGo-T and with it a Kanger Aerotank.
I'm looking to upgrade the battery to something with an adjustable voltage (i heard that's a good thing)
But also something that doesn't cost more that 150-200$.
Any suggestions, as to what would be good to get ?

Thanks in advance guys !
#2
That's one heck of a budget but just so you can see the comparison, here is a vision spinner which is similar to your ego-t but the cap on the end allows you to adjust the voltage.
http://www.myvaporstore.com/Vision_Spinn...-s1300.htm

My first "real" adjustable voltage mod was the vamo series. I bought the Vamo 3 with an 18650 battery and a charger. They are really great mods to get you from the vape pen stage to the mod stage of vaping and very easy to use. Check this page for a bunch of vamos and chargers, I liked the 3 but if I ordered another one, I would prolly get the vamo 5.

http://www.myvaporstore.com/VAMO_V3_MOD_..._s/119.htm
#3
Thanks for posting this thread. I wanted to know some good batteries and this really helped me!
#4
cerebral79 Wrote:That's one heck of a budget but just so you can see the comparison, here is a vision spinner which is similar to your ego-t but the cap on the end allows you to adjust the voltage.
http://www.myvaporstore.com/Vision_Spinn...-s1300.htm

My first "real" adjustable voltage mod was the vamo series. I bought the Vamo 3 with an 18650 battery and a charger. They are really great mods to get you from the vape pen stage to the mod stage of vaping and very easy to use. Check this page for a bunch of vamos and chargers, I liked the 3 but if I ordered another one, I would prolly get the vamo 5.

http://www.myvaporstore.com/VAMO_V3_MOD_..._s/119.htm

Thanks for the reply man. Well, they sure are "cheap" compared to what I had in mind Big Grin

But I've been looking at somethin like a "ProVari v2.5".
It's pretty expensive. Anyone know if you get your money's worth, or if I should buy one from the "vamo" series as suggested above ?
#5
Laksefar Wrote:
cerebral79 Wrote:That's one heck of a budget but just so you can see the comparison, here is a vision spinner which is similar to your ego-t but the cap on the end allows you to adjust the voltage.
http://www.myvaporstore.com/Vision_Spinn...-s1300.htm

My first "real" adjustable voltage mod was the vamo series. I bought the Vamo 3 with an 18650 battery and a charger. They are really great mods to get you from the vape pen stage to the mod stage of vaping and very easy to use. Check this page for a bunch of vamos and chargers, I liked the 3 but if I ordered another one, I would prolly get the vamo 5.

http://www.myvaporstore.com/VAMO_V3_MOD_..._s/119.htm

Thanks for the reply man. Well, they sure are "cheap" compared to what I had in mind Big Grin

But I've been looking at somethin like a "ProVari v2.5".
It's pretty expensive. Anyone know if you get your money's worth, or if I should buy one from the "vamo" series as suggested above ?

I own the ProVari 2.5 and it is really nice BUT.... You have to use a tank with coils that are at least 1.2-1.3 ohms. Most tanks that use replaceable coils like the Kanger tanks will come with 1.5 and 2.5 ohm coils so you will be fine but if you ever want to get into building your own coils and run them at lower than 1.2 the ProVari will throw an error message and not work until you use a higher ohm coil.

Most variable volt/watt devices like the ProVari and Vamo have a low ohm limit and will just error out which is why ppl that build very low ohm coils, usually stick with mechanical mods.

In short, for what it sounds like you are looking for, the ProVari is a very good device and i'm happy with it. The vamos are a really nice way to get into the mod game without breaking the bank but they arent built quite as tough as the ProVari.
#6
Any battery for 150-200$ is decent enough for any taste. If you spend that much, it's definitely worth it and high quality. Remember that the battery is among the most important pieces of a vaper!
#7
Definitely get a good, high quality battery. I`m thinking of switching over from my regular eGo battery to something more sturdy and powerful, once the budget permits. Tanks and variations are well and good, but a good battery, which lasts you for years is even better.
#8
I agree. Get the most expensive battery, if possible. It is usually the highest quality one too and it is among the most important components of a vaper!
#9
I suggest you to get a 1300v battery, as it would eventually last longer and be a better quality one. Now it's up to you (and your budget). Good luck with it!
  


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