Yea, the lavatubes are nice. That’s what I use 90% of the time. I’m not sure what the amp limit is on the ego batteries but the lavatube is at 2.5 amps unless it is a Young June and then it is at 4.0 amps. That one looks like a YJ because it has the metal cap on the bottom. If it shows the battery level on the screen and has resistance check feature than it’s a Young June.
Yea I like the look of the paps and piccolo those are nice.
I refuse to buy a bolt. sorry but they are not mechanical mods either. The telescope does look cool though.
Thank you both.
Just finished charging the 2 18650 batteries and fired up the Lavatube. With a 1.5 ohm DC tank and the voltage set at 4.3 volts, holy cow! I’ve been using an ego Twist at close to the same voltage, and it doesn’t even come close. With my somewhat limited knowledge of voltage, watts, resistance and stuff, I can’t say for sure, but I’m thinking that even with the same voltage, it’s pushing more current that the little ego can muster. The size is a bit intimidating for sure… The thing is huge (That’s what she said… To me never LOL) so that is something that I’m not too excited about. All in all, I am happy with my investment, and I have no idea why I waited so long to get one!
I also picked up some cool ego batteries with four different patterns and a bunch of colored CE4 atomizers.
I think these are cool, but they are rarely in stock. On the upside the new version is supposed to be out this month so they should have some of those in stock soon.
As per My Vapor store they are awesome. I order from them all of the time. Just got a delivery from them on Sunday. How the hell that happened I don’t know, but it did.
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I am looking for a good mechanical mod for my wife. She kinda killed a mod and so I want to get her a mechanical mod. Unfortunately the only place that seems to have the Apex I really want to give her has them for way to much as they are no longer made. What are some other good nice looking Mech mods?
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