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#1 (permalink)      9/6/2013 10:42:59 AM   quote/reply + tips
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Itaste svd best battery (uk)
Hi all I'm getting the itaste svd and need batteries, I heard unprotected batteries are the best for this if so can someone send me a link please. I'm getting a nite core charger and a generic uk adapter.
#2 (permalink)      9/6/2013 12:17:06 PM   quote/reply + tips
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Your already there M84: SKU 1141100
$15.31
Panasonic NCR18650B Rechargeable 3400mAh 3.7V 18650 Lithium Batteries

I got those & I'm glad I do. I use em in my Vamo SS V2 & as soon as I get my SVD (on it's way), I'll be using them in that as well ...Good luck!
Ended my 39yr smoking habit, March 4th 2013 All thanks to Vaping!
#3 (permalink)      9/6/2013 12:24:03 PM   quote/reply + tips
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I use these http://www.fasttech.com/products/1420/10001980/1233700 and according to the Candle light forum are actually IMR's which makes them much safer than the rest of NCR batteries.
@ socom , the NCR18650B are 18.3mm dia , not sure if they fit in the SVD (or really snug) but for sure don't fit in SID and eVic.

FYI , I'm a heavy vaper and they do last me one day without problem.

SVD manual stipulates not to use protected batteries.

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@Look30

NCR18650B are sold by Joyetech specifically for eVic. (LINK)

Maybe you confused with 1141104, which are protected (same name, actually..).
SKU 1141100 are OK for any electronic BB, SVD included. :)


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@slightlyme The link you added shows a Sanyo battery , the one I was talking about is a Panasonic ,why they chose to name then the same beats me :) .. Dunno how much trust we can put on FT description but if it's true and the Panasonic battery is thicker than the same name Sanyo counterpart it won't fit in eVic :)might fit in SVD, don't have one to test.
NCR18650PD is 100% compatible with all of them , I know that because I tested it.

Cheerio !
#6 (permalink)      9/6/2013 7:59:43 PM   quote/reply + tips
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Sorry, my fault.. zzzZ (3:00 AM)

(and yes, PD are great!) :)

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Anyhow we're here to help each other and although I do not have that Panasonic battery I have one with similar specs which will not go in eVic but works in SVD , not using it tough because is protected.

FASTTECH SKU 1315402

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*sigh* It won't matter if you have protected or unprotected in an Electronic Mod!

The Electronic mod ITSELF has a short-circuit protection failsafe. (Unless, it's REALLY crappily made, like some of the Lavatubes and the dreaded Lavatube knock-offs).

My two cents (and take it from someone who has had and used so much the threading stripped: 3 Vamos, v1, 2 v2's, 2 SVDs, an MVP, ProVari v2, eGo-T, eGo-C Twist, eGo-V, 3VO (a modded Akston Hughes) and have tried a freaking PLETHORA of electronic mods): Get a battery that matches or exceeds the amp draw limit of the mod. So, like with the SVD, Vamo, 134, VTR, etc., the amp draw limit is 5 amps. Then get a freakin' 5 amp draw limit (or more) battery. The circuitry will regulate it anyway. And keep in mind, very generally speaking, the more amps a battery can push at a given time, the less overall mAh the battery will have. The same goes for vaping in general, if you can get your coil resistance to match your wattage (go look up an Ohm's Law Calculator, I'm not getting into that right now), you can push about 1 amp and have that battery last about 3 days, FOR A CHAIN VAPIST.

Try it. You'll see what I mean.
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me and my mate both have svds and tried these batteries, they turned it on but when you push button turned itself off, so I don't recommend for svd, vtc4 work fine
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I use these in my SVD daily, with my particular setup I can go about 2.5 days between swapping batteries, which take about 3 hours to charge. Winner winner, chicken dinner.
#11 (permalink)      6/25/2014 5:27:46 AM   quote/reply + tips
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Yo uso en mi SVD
Panasonic 3.6V 2900mAh NCR18650PF "" recargables Li-ion (2-Pack) para € 12.51, y funcionan muy bien.
También utilizo las UltraFire 18350 1200mAh 3,7 V recargable de Li-ion V (2-Pack) por € 5,83 y funcionan bien pero duran mucho menos.

I use on my SVD
Panasonic 3.6V 2900mAh NCR18650PF "" Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries (2-Pack) for € 12.51 and are doing well.
Also use the UltraFire 18350 1200mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-ion V (2-Pack) for € 5.83 and they work well but they last much less.