Every Option for Vaping Devices

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  1. rayz

    rayz New Member

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    Hi,
    I am working on the list that lists all possible features / options that vaping device might have and description for each feature/option. So if you could pitch it, and add your 10cents-- would be great.

    This is what I have so far

    Device: Mod
    Digital
    Mech
    Regulated
    Variable Volt
    Variable Watt
    Temp Mode
    Built in battery
    Removable Battery
    Screen Size
    Puff Count
    Wattage: Range or Fixed
    Battery mAh
    Resistance: Range
    Size
    Power Cutoff
    Possibility to Update Firmware
    USB Charger
    Step-down
    Step-up
    ...MORE?
    Device: eGo
    No experience -- need input
    Device: Cig-a-like
    No experience -- need input​
     
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  2. PuffPuffPass

    PuffPuffPass Silver Contributor

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    Cigalike options - only 2

    Take it, or leave it
     
  3. exodus

    exodus VU Donator Silver Contributor

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    boost feature

    squonkers: regulated & mec
     
  4. rayz

    rayz New Member

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    wow, never heard about squonkers before! nice

    Also, what is a Boost feature?
     
  5. Neunerball

    Neunerball Gold Contributor ECF Refugee

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    Tweaking device settings (like w/ the DNA 200).
     
  6. exodus

    exodus VU Donator Silver Contributor

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    are you are vaper ??
     
  7. rayz

    rayz New Member

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    Yes, for 9 months now. Used IPV2 Mini with Atlantis, now changed mod to eVic VTC mini (which I love)
    Sometimes rebuild my Atlantis coils, but prefer using out of the box (easier); 95% of the time mix my own juice.
     
  8. f1r3b1rd

    f1r3b1rd #Team Jimi Supporter Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Ability to use multiple different wires for tc- ie dna200 and xcubeIi
     
  9. trlrtrash13

    trlrtrash13 Bronze Contributor

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    Cig-a-like options:
    Manual battery
    Automatic draw activated battery
    Passthrough
    3.7 volt regulated
    Unregulated power delivery with low battery cut off
    LED option
    2 piece atomizer/cartridge assembly
    Cartomizer
    CE style tank
    808 threading
    510 threading
    901 threading
    TT
     
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  10. Robert B

    Robert B Gold Contributor

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    How did the terms like 510 threading come about? Ask any machinist, and they have no clue what 510 means in terms of threading. At least none that I have asked.

    510 = 7mm X .5mm threads
    801 = 9mm X .75mm
    901 = 8mm X .75mm
     
  11. rayz

    rayz New Member

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    Kind of complicated :) 510 is easier!
     
  13. OBDave

    OBDave VU Donator Gold Contributor

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    But 510 is arguably the crappiest of those choices...kind of a shame that's what we settled on as a standard. Something like a 10 mm post with 0.5 mm threads would have been so much more durable...
     
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  14. f1r3b1rd

    f1r3b1rd #Team Jimi Supporter Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    ^^^^ agreed! This post is painful, but, the p3 connection would be much more ideal. Inevitably I would love to see an industry standard for length, it would alleviate a ton of issues. Some issues being that of safety with hybrids and hard shorts. The p3 connection, for all of prorapes shortcomings in power and technical offerings, is one area they did get right. The thread pitch is enough to prevent an atty locking down and the diameter gives the post plenty of strength.
     
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  15. rayz

    rayz New Member

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    Googled:
    Length of connector = 5mm
    Number of threads = 10
    5mm + 10 threads = 510 connection
     

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