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Hi All

Apologies if I'm repeating a previous question!

My partner is looking for a reliable new piece of kit - preferably a variable battery.

She vapes pretty much all day and is looking for a decent battery that will last all day ( and can use during charge). She currently has a 50w Vaporise battery which I don't rate. She normally vapes around 4.1v

Also, if a battery is recommended, what tank is best. She also vapes high VG as anything else irritates her throat.

Sorry if garbled but any help would be appreciated.

Many Thanks

Sean
06-06-2016 09:02 PM
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The IPV5 comes highly recommended.  It is a two cell (battery) mod which should last all day.  The RX200 is also well liked, it is a 3 cell mod.  She would have to get two sets of batteries to vape while charging.  A reliable tank is the Aspire Nautilis.  The Aspire Triton is also recommended.  More knowledgeable folks with extensive experience will post their opinions.
06-06-2016 09:22 PM
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(06-06-2016 09:22 PM)bibliora Wrote:  The IPV5 comes highly recommended.  It is a two cell (battery) mod which should last all day.  The RX200 is also well liked, it is a 3 cell mod.  She would have to get two sets of batteries to vape while charging.  A reliable tank is the Aspire Nautilis.  The Aspire Triton is also recommended.  More knowledgeable folks with extensive experience will post their opinions.
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06-06-2016 09:28 PM
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Hi Sean - we really need to know what gear your wife is using just now and how she vapes - using high VG sounds as if she sub ohms Direct to lung. High VG does not agree very well with premade coils - it is too thick for the coil to absorb so we really need to know more. Could I also say that vaping while charging a battery is not a good idea - the battery will not last its normal lifespan. There is lots of help here but first we need more info. Please get back to us.
06-06-2016 10:06 PM
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Hey sean, how's it hangin'

Yeah, like ecig said, could you post a a link to the existing setup and a little more info plz. I tried a search but nothing came up. See,  4.1v will work from 1.8ohm to .4 ohm on a 50w device, so recommending something suited is tricky, we could over or under recommend you. Also, again as ecig said, high vg isn't great for most factory coils. Most if not all of the tanks we'll recommend will take 70vg/30pg.

Yeah, so pretty much what ^he said Sarcastic

 

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06-06-2016 10:38 PM
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RE: Kit Recommendation
 The rx200 is hard to beat for battery life and at around forty bucks pretty affordable. Joytech cuboid is another good one, it's rock solid and really small for a two battery mod. As far as tanks, there are so many good ones it's hard to single one out. That being said, one of my faves is the Smok TFV4. The coils are huge, I run 80\20 vg\pg in mine just fine. But that's just me, everything already mentioned will work great for you. And yes vaping while charging is a bad idea, I only do that in emergency situations. Running out of charge twenty miles from home is  terrifying!
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for your replies so far!

She is currently using a Vaporise One 50 w - this came with one of their standard tanks. The coil has 03 ohm on it I believe.

She tends to vape on their branded liquids, which are not specified in terms of the VG percentage, just that they are high VG.

Although the above is important her main gripe is battery life.

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Sean
07-06-2016 09:10 AM
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Ah, ok found it that time. There's no mention of the battery's mah though I'd guess it at between 1100&2000. To beat the lifespan of that significantly you will need a dual 18560 mod or a very good lipo. As lipo mods are quite expensive the dual (or tripple) 18650 is your best bet. All the recommendations you've had will be exactly what she needs Smile

So.. pretty much what ^they said Tongue

As for tanks, is she a cloud chaser?

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07-06-2016 09:17 AM
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The description suggests she really needs 2 devices, to me at least. I'd buy 2 pieces.

I'd refrain from vaping while charging, even if the manual allows this.
07-06-2016 02:05 PM
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(07-06-2016 02:05 PM)peter-k Wrote:  The description suggests she really needs 2 devices, to me at least. I'd buy 2 pieces.
Hmmmm.  She will still have the Vaporise.  If she has at least a couple sets of batteries to switch out, would she really need a second device?
07-06-2016 02:25 PM
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