Which eGo battery to pick? ( part II)

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The VV4-M from Innokin is another variation of the VV4 series, but the only difference being in terms of battery capacity – this one being rated at 1,000 mAh – so  you are looking at around a full day of moderate vaping.

Another great eGo style product from Innokin is the CLK or ‘Click’, which is essentially a twist type battery that features a different type of adjustment dial at the bottom. Rather than allowing you two gradually twist the dial between voltages, the CLK will snap on to predefined values and make the signature clicking sound. You can choose between 3.5, 3.8, 4.0, 4.3, 4.5, 4.8, 5.0V and you have a maximum power output of 15W.

itaste CLK vape penThe CLK comes in two versions – the 800 mAh and the 1,280 mAh – the only difference being in battery capacity. Included in the box you will also find a nice lanyard so you can carry the small battery around your neck and vape on it even when you are doing chores. A nice feature about the CLK is that you can use it in pass-through mode because it has a separate micro-USB charging port on the side. Regular eGo style batteries are generally recharged via an eGo connector that you can only mount once you unscrew the clearomizer. It is both 510 and eGo threaded and it’s very appealing to ladies because of its range of colors and finishes.

Aspire has also recently become a player on the eGo market with the release of these powerful and superior Vape pens – the CF Sub Ohm and the Variable Voltage. These carbon fiber coated batteries are designed to work best with Aspire’s range of tanks but you can also use them with any compatible 510 or eGo style accessories. The Variable Voltage comes in different battery capacities from 650 mAh all the way to 1,600 mAh. As the name tells it, the main feature of these devices is the variable voltage and you can adjust it between 3.3V and 4.8V via the dial located at the bottom.

Depending on model, it has a diameter of 14.8 or 17.5mm and the last one looks great with the Nautilus Mini on top of it. There are multiple variations of this battery like Aspire CF battery the G-Power that features a constant 4.2V output and comes in the same shapes and sizes as the VV, the Pass-Through – 900 mAh / 4.2V /  14.8mm diameter, and the 22mm CF Mod that features variable voltage and works with an external 18650 battery.

Another great battery from Aspire is the CF Sub Ohm, a 22mm /2,000 mAh beast that is able to work with atomizers or tanks having a resistance between 0.3 – 1.0 Ohms. It the perfect tool for Aspire’s flagship tank the Atlantis and works in the same way as a mechanical mod, with no added variable voltage or variable wattage features.

tesla sidewinder batteryTesla is also a recent eGo style battery manufacturer with its Spider and Sidewinder series. Both the Spider and Sidewinder are essentially eGo twist batteries but each one has its own distinct features. The Spider I has a capacity of 1,300 mAh and variable voltage capabilities between 3.3 to 4.8V. The Spider II has the same capacity, but it can go from 3.0 to 6.0V and can handle atomizer resistances from 0.5 to 5.0 Ohms. The sidewinder is a bigger battery rated at 2,000 mAh that also features variable voltage between 3.3 – 4.8V. All of the batteries from Tesla work with both eGO and 510 style clearomizers and tanks.

And last but not least, we cannot end this article without mentioning about the Vision Spinner 2. The new and improved eGO battery has built quite a reputation in the last year and now it features 1,600 mAh and variable voltage between 3.3V to 4.8V. You can use this with any eGO or 510 accessories and, like most products we have discussed about, this also has a backlit power button.

So there you have it, some of the most best performing eGo batteries on the market today that are surely going to become as legendary as their predecessors. And now that you know a bit about every one of them, it is probably going to be easier to pick one that’s suited for you vaping necessities.

Posted by Dave Allan

Former pack-a-day smoker, I discovered electronic cigarettes back in 2011. Since then vaping has slowly turned into my hobby and my full time job. I’ve tested hundreds of e-cigarettes and mods across the years and constantly used my knowledge and experience to help others make the switch. I’m passionate about technology, I enjoy reading and I love big flavorful clouds.


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