Manual or Automatic Battery?

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Manual or Automatic Battery?

Postby admin » Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:19 pm

Automatic Batteries work very much like smoking a real cigarette. When air is drawn through the eCig, vapor is produced. The Auto Batteries have a pressure switch built inside that operates the battery when air is drawn through. They are not sealed or "covered" batteries, which means they are more vulnerable to damage from eLiquid leakage.

Manual Button Batteries allow the user more control. The Manual Button Battery has an on/off switch for operation. The time of the draw is longer, thus more vapor is produced. Many Manual Button eCig Batteries are covered. Covered batteries are perfect for those who use atomizers in the place of cartridges or cartomizers and prefer to "direct drip" the eLiquid on the atomizer's mesh arch. Because the battery is covered, the eLiquid can't drip down into the battery and cause it to malfunction.

The KR808D model has both the Automatic and Manual Button Batteries available. If you are having a difficult time deciding which battery to go with, you could order one of each battery.

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Re: Manual or Automatic Battery?

Postby nevinlee » Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:39 pm

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Re: Manual or Automatic Battery?

Postby MSStrob » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:33 pm

Nevinlee, why would you want an electronic cigarette that requires a lighter? I am very glad to not have to use a lighter anymore. After you get in the habit of keeping a few spare batteries charged, it becomes instinct. I cannot imagine that an e-cig that requires a lighter would be more convenient than batteries.
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