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DNA 30 from Vaporshark
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Re: RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
(02/02/14 10:39 AM)JoBo Wrote:  It's not pretty enough for the average Kayfun owner but yes, pointless when they burn well before you get to 20w.

One of my adv is a kayfun dual coil at 1.2ohms @ 8.4v. It's more than capable of 20w.


Edit - and I have to side with Trog here, a 30w device with a non-removable 1200mah battery is useless.
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02/02/14 12:14 PM
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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
the snag is.. if a 30 watt none removable battery device had a battery to match its power the whole thing would be that big and heavy that no bugger would buy it..

1000 mah per 10 watts could be a good yardstick to work with.. but even that would not last all day..

the ability carry and use a spare battery is essential.. the built in battery factory does not permit this.. so its a "toy"..

trog

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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
I would Big Grin

A 26650 dna30 would be quite nice, or even just an 18650 tube mod would just about do it, but this is madness.
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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
(02/02/14 12:27 PM)trog100 Wrote:  the snag is.. if a 30 watt none removable battery device had a battery to match its power the whole thing would be that big and heavy that no bugger would buy it..

trog

I dunno, I might!
The thing that's putting me off this device is how silly 22mm atties will look on it.

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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
you dont count poo.. he he

but okay some would buy it but not as many as will buy the "toy" sized one.. making it bigger would have been easy enough.. he he..

trog

ps.. this whole power game is about size and weight.. li-po batteries come as big and heavy as house bricks.. the size of the battery governs it all..

interestingly that one is a box mod.. the box could be as big as need be.. its a purpose built box..

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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
They'll make em, mark my words, this year 26650 mods will make a surge. They'd better, I'm running out of charger bays.
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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
There's a decent amount available now and there's even a dripper hybrid that looks quite good although the styling's a bit loud.


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Absolute Feckin ' bonkersWhat?What?What?

I reckon it may well be safer to smoke Sad

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A bit loud. A BIT LOUD?!
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RE: DNA 30 from Vaporshark
(02/02/14 12:32 PM)trog100 Wrote:  you dont count poo.. he he

but okay some would buy it but not as many as will buy the "toy" sized one.. making it bigger would have been easy enough.. he he..

trog

ps.. this whole power game is about size and weight.. li-po batteries come as big and heavy as house bricks.. the size of the battery governs it all..

interestingly that one is a box mod.. the box could be as big as need be.. its a purpose built box..

it would be perfectly suitable for me for a day at work where i'd have access to a charger, and all night at home.
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