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#1 (permalink)      3/15/2016 8:43:41 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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LG 18650HG2 3.6V 3000 together with Kick?
please can I use the battery 2535100 with Kick?
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•Variable wattage - can be adjustable from 5.0 Watts to 12.0 Watts
•Atty resistance - 1.5 ohms to 3.0 ohms

Not much of a kick. You would be better off just using a lower Ohm coil and Samsung 30Q battery.
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using coils from 1.2 to 1.8 is ok?
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1.5 to 1.8*
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To use your kick correctly you first need to understand Ohm's law and battery output. Your LGs are rated at 20amp continuous draw ( like using in a flashlight that stays on a long time ) and 30amp pulse ( like when you take a vape hit and set it back down )
To know how many amps your coil is drawing from the battery you divide the voltage (3.7volts) by the coil's resistance...let's say a 1.5ohm coil....3.7/1.5=2.47amp draw .
To know how many watts you must times the voltage by itself...3.7*3.7=13.69 , then divide that with your coil's 1.5ohms . 13.69/1.5=9.13watts
So the kick is useful to beef up the existing 9.13watts to 12watts and also gives you circuit protection as safety.
So if you were to try to use the kick with a 1.2ohm coil (13.69/1.2=11.41watts) it would be pretty useless as your setup is already pulling 11.41watts .
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On a practical, and off topic, note, why use an 18650 with a kick? You need a tube mod that will take the full length (leave it) and you get a big long mod that fires an astonishing 12 watts. Might just as well use a small regulated box mod instead. Unless you really want a ridonkulous 2013-style toob mod of course :)
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SASAN wrote:

using coils from 1.2 to 1.8 is ok?



The kick information said only •Atty resistance - 1.5 ohms to 3.0 ohms would work..

So the 1.2 Ohm coils would not work, the 1.8 coils would work.

I think if your looking to buy a kick, you would be better off investing that money in a better, bigger regulated mod... Have a look in the FastTech variable voltage and variable wattage VV/VW mod section.

You can get something real good from 20 to 40 dollars. If you need some help, just start a new thread and many of us will drop in to help you on your way :))