Best battery for my Mod

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  1. Lula17

    Lula17 New Member

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    hey,
    So I just got the Wismec Sinuous P80 and my favoured sub ohm tank is the Ehpro S2 (0.2 coil) & a mini Kooper 60 using same tank....
    Can anyone advise me on the best battery to use for these tanks?
    Each use one 18650 bat...
    Thanks folks!
     
  2. The Cromwell

    The Cromwell VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Probably the 30Q.
     
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    30Q??
     
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    The Cromwell VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Samsung 30Q
    20 Amp at 3000 mah
     
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    Thanks.....
     
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    Raymcconn Silver Contributor

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    I use LG HG2 in my Sinuous P80. Even if you vaped at the full 80w these batteries would work OR what was said above. Either will work I guess it is a matter of which ones you like or want.
     
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    The Cromwell VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    HG2 should be fine as well. Mooch rates the 30Q a bit better than the HG2 though.
    As my HG2's wear out I will be replacing them with 30Q's.

    If you are going to be running the mod near maximum power no battery will last too long per charge in it.
     
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    I am thinking of doing the same, I was thinking giving the VTC6 a try.
     
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    Think I will just go with the Samsungs.
     
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    According to the calculator linked below, an 80W device vaping with a 0.2Ω coil, you need a battery with a vaping amp discharge of 20A.

    http://www.myvaporstore.com/ohms-calculator-for-vape-safety-a/292.htm

    Keep in mind, LG, Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic/Sanyo are the only vaping battery makers. Everyone else rewraps those batteries under their own brand label.

    The LG H2, Sony VTC6, and Samsung 30Q are all 3,000mAh 20A batteries. If you are looking for a safe bargain rewrap, Mooch the vaping community battery expert's most recent battery test results uploaded below.

    IMG_0775.jpg
     
  11. The Cromwell

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    btw I get my batteries at illumn.com. Cheaper than re-wraps for authentic good batteries.
    The VTC6 (good choice) is $6 right now there.

    They also have re-wraps but check with Mooch results for actual test results vs label statements.
    Moochs test results/blog.

    https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/blogs/mooch.256958/
     
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    I mentioned that they were $6 to someone yesterday. I guess they went to order 4 and they were going to be back ordered. I know liionwholesale has them for $6.90.
     
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    Ahh thanks for the update.
    It will be well into next year before I need to order any more batteries.
    Currently using HG2's in my regulated devices and 25R's in my mechs.
     
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    Maybe 30Q. I think.
     
  15. DolfineDen

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    100 %- 30Q. hi
     

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