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SmokTech XXXL Dual Coil 510 Cartomizer (empty)
Resistances: Higher 3.0 ohms resistance provides a cooler, smoother vape with less throat hit.
Low Resistance measures 1.5 ohms. Lower resistance cartomizers/atomizers provide greater heat and vapor which results in greater throat hit. Low Resistance Cartomizers are NOT recommended for thin, pen-style devices. They will work but can damage the battery and lower the expected life of the battery.
Capacity: Each cartomizer holds approx 3mL of e-liquid.
Authentic SmokTech Cartomizers, directly from SmokTech
Simplify filling with Blunt Tip Needle Caps
Posted by Tonya Mosher on 15th Aug 2013
It's not that this isn't a good product, it produces decent vapor (I use it with an ego and I get plenty of vapor), but it's just such a pain to fill! Takes way too long. I think you probably need a needle tip to fill quickly and I just don't have the patience for that. But if it's something you can deal with, not a bad way to go I suppose.
If you're not a clearomizer user, there are things you need to be aware of before you buy this product. First of all, the body is plastic, this means fragile. A lot of people here are complaining about the shell breaking. They do that. You've got to be careful. It's a trade off. They're much less sturdy than regular metal cartos, but you can see how much juice you've got left. I like that.
You also can't put cinnamon juice in them, at all. Cinnamon will eat anything with a plastic body. This is important to know! If you vape anything with cinnamon in it, stick to the metal cartos!
Posted by Tom B on 28th Jan 2013
I received 10 of these and they are ok but not great. The main problem is that they crack do to the heat and when they don't crack they just separate near the base of the cartomizer (where it screws onto the battery). This would cause fluid to run out everywhere.
Posted by Chris on 27th Dec 2012
I have only had these for a week and they are cracking in several places along the base. They seem to take 3-4 seconds to heat up before they produce vapor.. not going to waste my time in buying them again...
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Dec 2012
this cartomizer burned out my blue cig battery and i think it may have done damage to the life of one of my eGo-T 1100 mah batteries too when i tried to use it
ECBLEND: When using a dual coil cartomizer on a thing pen-style batter, you run the risk of lowering the life expectancy of the battery. Check out the article under Information on our website under Product Options Help > Help on Hardware > on the left side > OHMS, Cartomizers, Atomizers.
You want to make sure you want to select the proper resistances based on your battery.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Oct 2012
I got the 2ohm Cartomizer I'm using a ego battery and you have to hold the button for at least three seconds before starting to inhale to heat this up to make it produce any vapor this might work better on a higher voltage battery
Posted by JamieFB on 27th Jul 2012
This device isn't difficult to use or operate. Of course the saturation is key and overfilling a no no. A blunt tip needle would be your best choice in achieving this then let it sit for 10 minutes or maybe more if you want.
If you have issues with the tip slipping at any time, remove your mouth piece and use a q-tip dampened with alcohol or vodka. Run it around the top inside of your tank and the rubber mouth piece that sits inside the tank. Blow dry and reinsert. This can commonly be caused by e-liquid and/or condensation.
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