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#11 (permalink)      3/12/2016 6:41:25 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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If not using it below 0.4 ohm thein a lghg2 if going below that then lghe4 or lghe2. Sonys are very very good also Some folks love their samsungs though. You really cant go wrong with any of those. Do yourself a favor and stay away from efest

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#12 (permalink)      3/12/2016 6:44:16 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I have a pair of Efest purple 3100mAh 20a and they are quite good.
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#13 (permalink)      3/12/2016 6:58:38 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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johnny_469 wrote:

Andy.lion wrote:Or 25r's if you upgrade to 75wartz and use it there. I don't use them myself but there are Lg's that come highly recommended, I'm sure someone will pop up with them soon and the mythical sony's that pop up every now and then, Vct 4 should cover it I think.No need to get a 25R anymore, ever.They're obsolete now against a 30Q, which has the exact same discharge specs/rating:20A continuous, 35A Max.



Aww. And I bought 8 25R's at Kung Hei. Ah well

Edit: have they not changed the specs on here then, I just looked and it still says 15a cont. ????


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#14 (permalink)      3/12/2016 8:41:20 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks for all the advice guys, much appreciated.
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Samsung 30Q. It last 8ml @ 10W-11W.
#16 (permalink)      3/12/2016 4:42:25 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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gotthedrips wrote:

If not using it below 0.4 ohm thein a lghg2 if going below that then lghe4 or lghe2. Sonys are very very good also Some folks love their samsungs though. You really cant go wrong with any of those. Do yourself a favor and stay away from efest


LG hg2 cells are 20A continuous just like an He2 or He4, which makes he2 and he4 cells obsolete now too.


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Aww. And I bought 8 25R's at Kung Hei. Ah well

Edit: have they not changed the specs on here then, I just looked and it still says 15a cont. ????


Samsung conservatively rated them @ 15A continuous. Mooch tested them after and found them to be true 20A continuous and 35A pulsed just like a 25r.

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I have both Samsung 30Qs and LG HG2s and I noticed that HG2 lasts longer than 30Q at low Amps (< 5A) or low Watts (< 25W). It's my vape range and I do prefer my LG HG2.



Over ~25W, Samsung 30Q lasts longer and is even safer for battery health.
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#18 (permalink)      3/12/2016 5:06:54 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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30q cells also have a longer projected lifespan on paper over an hg2. They shouldn't degrade quite as fast.


gianca92 wrote:

I have both Samsung 30Qs and LG HG2s and I noticed that HG2 lasts longer than 30Q at low Amps (< 5A) or low Watts (< 25W). It's my vape range and I do prefer my LG HG2.



Over ~25W, Samsung 30Q lasts longer and is even safer for battery health.


With your vaping style, you might really want to consider some Sanyo NCR18650GA cells.

10A continuous, 3500mAh would be the best the market has to offer in that cetegory ;-)


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johnny_469 wrote:

30q cells also have a longer projected lifespan on paper over an hg2. They shouldn't degrade quite as fast.


I'll tell you in a few months ;) but I'm happier with my HG2s so far.

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#20 (permalink)      3/12/2016 5:32:45 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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johnny_469 wrote:

With your vaping style, you might really want to consider some Sanyo NCR18650GA cells.10A continuous, 3500mAh would be the best the market has to offer in that cetegory ;-)


On paper yes, but it depends on the mod cut-off voltage, 3.2V, 3.1V or 3.0V. If it's over 3.1V, the Sanyo have no real advantage on cycle life. I don't know about lifespan.

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#21 (permalink)      3/12/2016 5:48:34 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Johnny, gianca

Good work guys, anyone want to buy 8 brand new 25R's btw ?
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