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#1 (permalink)      9/7/2014 10:31:16 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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why the 1.5ohm version overheat?
The 1.5ohm version to my ego bateries overheats?why?
i have 2 different 1300mah batteries
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overheats?



please describe "overheat".

If you mean warmer than usual then it might be because you are close to the limit of your ego battery using dual coils.

If you mean too hot to handle then ditch the battery.

When I was younger I used to go skinny dipping. Now, all I can do is chunky dunking.
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i mean the first of your answer
i have to try higher than 1.5 ohm?maybe 1.8?
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if the battery seems "normal" at higher ohms then yes, try 1.8 or even 2.0 - very little difference between the two and you will not be pushing your ego's to the max
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so when i lower the ohm's, i push my battery to the limit?
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marioboni wrote:

so when i lower the ohm's, i push my battery to the limit?



Yes, ego's generally have a limit of around 1.2 to 1.5 ohms. Close to this limit you are pushing the battery as well as shortening its life span a little.

Don't worry if you put something on an ego which is too low because the circuitry will kick in and shut the battery down.

If you want to have different experiences with different power outputs then you could try either a variable voltage or a variable wattage ego on your next order.

When I was younger I used to go skinny dipping. Now, all I can do is chunky dunking.