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Thread: Sony VTC 5

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    Sony VTC 5

    Does anyone know where I can get VTC 5's in Canada?

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    [url]http://www.jgvapes.com/Sony-US18650VTC5-2100-mah-High-Drain-Battery-p/sonyvt5.htm.
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    Hmm $15 + shipping kinda steep. I'm hoping my FT order comes through.

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    the chances of your fasttech vtc5 being an actual vtc5 are slim to none.

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    I didn't think FT was shipping batteries anymore @randomname How's a guy to be able to tell if he's purchased the genuine article?
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    I got a pair of VTC5s from fasttech back when they were shipping, and they are the real deal.

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    I just ordered a pair from Illumination Supply. $10.50 USD each + shipping comes out to right around $15 CAD.

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    Preparing to get my first mech so I ordered a pair from V-apes. They were $20 a set. Threw in a KFL+ to get free shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    I didn't think FT was shipping batteries anymore @randomname How's a guy to be able to tell if he's purchased the genuine article?
    i just in general question anything fasttech sells lol.

    I think there's a lot of misconceptions that a battery with a 30 or 35 amp draw is going to last longer. This is sooooo not true. Unless your going extreme sub ohm you really don't need to fork out the money. Personally i vape at .8 ohms. On a fully charged 4.2v batt that's roughly 5.3 amps. If you use 3.9V which is where i probably hang out voltage wise the longest it's 4.8 amps.
    What does that mean??.......I look for batteries that test out at being about to last the longest in the 5A area. some of the time these aren't the super high drain batts. In the case of the Sony's they do infact outlast most of the competition although LG makes a batt that in the long haul perform better. The Sony will hold voltages above 3.8 longer but the LG has almost 50% more life down to a 3.6V charge. What i'm getting at is don't always believe the hype. In this case it's true but not always.

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