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Battery Mods
So I put together a mod a while back… It was called "The Blue Stick" Which is a telescopic battery, with blue rings (I love baby/ aqua blues) and a "Circuit conductor completion" style button. So when I hit the button it completes the circuit and allows me to hit it. It broke a while back the spring that keeps it from completing the circuit fell and jostled NOT allowing me to hit it.

NOW it WAS fixed. and well they said that it has the chance to break again- and I can see exactly where it can.


I am looking into mod boxes. Something that I can NOT ONLY smoke my liquids but I want to be able to drip as well. ANY SUGGESTIONS?! O.O





BUT!!!!!!! I have an Aspire Atlantis (DONT plan on changing that at all)- I tend to gravitate towards the Aspire brand of tanks. I don't care if my battery box is aspire or like any other brand- right now I am looking into a STARTER such as a K Box. I am not looking to spend like hundreds of dollars which I don't have. 

I tried a KBox LIKED IT!, but is there anything comparable in price and maybe in a blue (lol there goes the blue again)
01-05-2015 06:19 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
hi kitsune welcome to TVF Smile
although I don't have one a lot of people on here like the eleaf istick
they come in 20w 30w 0r 50w depending what you want
I think the 30w are around $30
they also come in blue
hopefully someone  who knows more about them and the price will be along shortly

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alternatively there is a group buy on here for an SMY 60w box mod that also comes in blue Good

http://www.thevapingforum.com/Thread-UPD...uy-is-live

woo hoo the link works
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01-05-2015 06:57 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
You could try the new Aspire esp30, designed to go with their tanks, a suggestion anyway.

Tthe isticks, For the money they are very good, shop around for the best deal because it varies from one place to another,
Avoid the 20watt version, it has no spring loaded positive pin & has been an known issue for some time now. The 30 or 50 watt are excellent value.
Wherever you shop look at what else they have, a lot of vendors stock multiple boxes so just keep your eyes peeled.
The Hcigar hb dna40 is getting good reviews too, genuine evolve chip installed, bang for buck.
01-05-2015 07:33 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
I have two iStick 50W devices, and they are spectacular. The 50W can handle atties with resistance all the way down to .2 ohms, so you can use basically anything on it with great results. Alternatively, you could get a Sigelei-100W or a SMY 60W, but both of those require 18650 batteries which means you'll need to buy the batteries and a separate charger for them. 

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01-05-2015 09:15 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
Two words.... Istick 30w or 50w... oh that's four words Tongue

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01-05-2015 09:52 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
Get the 50 watt. It' will leave you room to grow. The I sticks have been very good. Like Michael said also we have the group buy on the SMY 60 nice looking device and a good price. I think you'll be happy with either one of those.
01-05-2015 11:01 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
yeah, pay the extra fwe bucks for the 50.  The battery life is DOUBLE, the extra power is there if or when you graduate to those power levels, and it's just all around awesome.  I vaped on some much "higher end" boxes today while out sampling flavors.  There's just no point to paying that much for something that is less portable, less ergonomic, and not any more capable...

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02-05-2015 01:24 AM
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RE: Battery Mods
I wouldn't recommend the Istick since they've had an issue with the fire button recently on all versions.  I'd recommend the Sigelli 150.  It's a 150 watt mod, so unless you plan to start collecting, you'll never need an upgrade.  They're also made in the US.  The retail from $125-150.
02-05-2015 07:13 AM
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RE: Battery Mods
I have an istick 20 and an istick 50. I purchsed the 30, but the vendor sent me a 20. I had no idea for months, thinking it was a 30 watter, but it's a 20. Both have been great. I like the size of the 20, and throw it in my pocket when I run errands, or go somewhere. It's the perfect size for that. I have an Aspire Nautilus on it, and the battery lasts forever, set at around eleven watts. I have had no issues with either piece.
02-05-2015 12:24 PM
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RE: Battery Mods
I guess I did mention I was looking for something that has a changeable battery. Like if I am on the go, I don't want to have to charge the bloody thing haha. Hence why I was looking for a KBox or similar. 
I mean I do a lot of camping, or day trips where it's just not as convenient to have to charge a battery if needed, changing I can just pull something out of my purse, and boom switch out the battery from the mod really quick

Yesterday my friend had mentioned the M80?
But I still have my eye on the KBox brand
02-05-2015 04:18 PM
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