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OK guys. Anyone interested in the Tesla should know that it needs flat top batteries. I have all button tops and they just barely fit. This includes unprotected cells.

The Vamo V2 I purchased used has been working just fine on 18650 Li-Ion protected 3100mah Panasonics. I will need to eventually pick up a quality flat top cell since the one I have is of dubious quality.

In the meantime I am amassing a collection of clearo's, coils, adapters, and other parts that I need to find a better way to organize everything. This doesn't even include all the juice.

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26-09-2013 03:54 AM
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(26-09-2013 03:54 AM)madecov Wrote:  OK guys. Anyone interested in the Tesla should know that it needs flat top batteries. I have all button tops and they just barely fit. This includes unprotected cells.

The Vamo V2 I purchased used has been working just fine on 18650 Li-Ion protected 3100mah Panasonics. I will need to eventually pick up a quality flat top cell since the one I have is of dubious quality.

In the meantime I am amassing a collection of clearo's, coils, adapters, and other parts that I need to find a better way to organize everything. This doesn't even include all the juice.
LOL...same here.  I already have lots of plastic parts bins for my flashlight parts but now I need at least one for my vaping stuff.  Why did I even get started in yet another hobby like this? Tongue
26-09-2013 02:20 PM
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Because you can do this one even in daylight Angel

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26-09-2013 02:36 PM
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(26-09-2013 02:36 PM)madecov Wrote:  Because you can do this one even in daylight Angel

ROFL. A man cannot argue with that statement! Big Grin
26-09-2013 04:40 PM
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lol. I'm keeping all my gear in a large biscuit tin in the garage next to the torches, its my gords cave so why not?

I'm managing not to order anything else yet but I hqve hit up some local stores, nothing big, just oils and a couple of tanks.

I've maxed out my PayPal limit for the year, need to do the last bits to get the paypal confirmed but I'm thinking that not being able to order till next year may be a good idea.

had some good news on the baby today too, we met the surgeon consultant today so she could tell us what to expect, she was very upbeat and reassuring, we may actually end up with a baby, far more positive than a couple of months back when they were counciling termination.
26-09-2013 06:50 PM
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That's fantastic news Graham! I'm really chuffed to hear that mate
28-09-2013 05:12 PM
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(28-09-2013 05:12 PM)Spasmod Wrote:  That's fantastic news Graham! I'm really chuffed to hear that mate
Ditto!  Wonderful news!!
28-09-2013 06:09 PM
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cheers guys, sorry for the thread hijack, I was still pretty stoked about it all while browsing lol
28-09-2013 10:18 PM
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Good news is always welcomed in any thread. Glad to hear things are going well

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28-09-2013 10:25 PM
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cheers madecov, the full explanation of all this is up on blf, had some bad news earlier in the year but things are more hopeful now
28-09-2013 10:31 PM
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