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BATPACK with Joye ECO D16 Kit Launching
#21
That's what I thought when I first saw the release, it's designed for low power. Hows the vape, loose DL?
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#22
(05-05-2018, 03:52 PM)Vapeoholic Wrote:  
(05-05-2018, 02:01 PM)Ippolit Wrote:  That's what I thought when I first saw the release, it's designed for low power. Hows the vape, loose DL?

Getting a real good MTL vape

Cheep batteries will give a smooth Vape. They don't have the amps or voltage need.
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(05-06-2018, 12:17 AM)Vapeoholic Wrote:  
(05-05-2018, 09:44 PM)bey1012 Wrote:  
(05-05-2018, 03:52 PM)Vapeoholic Wrote:  
(05-05-2018, 02:01 PM)Ippolit Wrote:  That's what I thought when I first saw the release, it's designed for low power. Hows the vape, loose DL?

Getting a real good MTL vape

Cheep batteries will give a smooth Vape. They don't have the amps or voltage need.

It's a smooth airy kind of vape but still getting slight throat hit ..maybe that's the juice

Well if it is to airy cover one hole with a bottom or top lip. I still want to get some name brand batterys to see how they stack up. Cheap ones will make due but would not use them all the time
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#24
Ah good, so MTL is airy and DL is acceptable, sounds like the ECO which is no surprise.
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#25
It's sure to perform very poorly with another tank and coil. 2 x AA batteries do not have the 'oomph" to make a tank and coil not designed for it work well enough. You cannot draw 5 or 6 amps that "normal" tanks & coils need from AA batteries, the internal chemistry heats up, it's resistance increases exponentially resulting in a steep voltage drop and very rapid discharge. 1 amp is about the best they can do, after a few minutes use the voltage drops from 1.5V to around 0.8V. Rechargeable AAs can be slightly better but they have a slightly lower voltage output anyway.

So it's not safe to draw the level of current a different tank will demand, the heating can result in a rupture of the cell (nasty!). So Joyetech have carefully designed the coil to work with a low current.
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#26
So here is a quick up date. I went to the Dollar Tree and got 2 sets of AAs (Panasonic super heavy duty) and (sunbeam high drain). So the Panasonic would not work, would fire once and the light would flash. It is a low drain battery. So this tells me the device is doing it's job.
The sunbeam do a good of a job as the supplied recargable ones. Getting a lot of vapor and flavor doing a better job then what I thought. Next is to see how long they last. Both 4 packs I got for $1 so making for a good deal. Next is to test some expensive ones lol
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