GeekVape Aegis Squonk - Review

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    Thanks @StompieZA - 10ml is fantastic!
    If it had a 21700 battery it would probably be a great thing to comfortably get through all the juice without a battery change.

    My Reo bottles are only 6ml but you only fill to 5ml to allow space for the little tube to go in.
    Its a mech and uses 18650 batts so after youve vaped about that tank worth the battery sag is noticeable - moreso on a more powerful setup but even on a MTL tame setup.

    I am looking to get a regulated squonker that can do more liquid on one battery without noticeable battery sag.
     
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    With a brand new Samsung 30Q battery you should get close to finishing a bottle. The RSQ mods is only 18650 compatible and they seemed to do alright. But that is almost 2 years ago and things have moved on a bit.

    My only worry now is if I do get an Aegis squonk now and 6 months down the line they release a 2x700 version.
     
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    With a regulated squonk you dont really get battery sag as with a mech. I do easily 2 x the +-6-7ml bottle on a 18650 battery.
    The problem with squonkers are they allready bigger with the squonk bottle in the mod. Thats why dual battery squonks never took off and are not very popular. Just to big and heavy. Even 21700 squonkers dont seem to be very popular, like the Topside also bit big and heavy.
    I dont mind just carrying an extra battery in a silicon sleeve with me, thats the easiest. But these days mostly take 2 18650 squonkers with for the day, then I dont even need to take a juice bottle with also.
     
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    You mean apart from these ones! With a Sanyo B 4250 mAh you cruise through 2 - 3 bottles.
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  5. Jean claude Vaaldamme

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    Yes they atleast keep the weight down because they are plastic. But most 21700 batt only have about a 1/4 more mah than 18650's so one has to decide how much longer vape time that is going to get you, compared to a bit bigger mod, more expensive batteries etc. Most vapers normally have 18650 batts.
    At the end the market tell the story and single 18650 mods and squonkers are the most popular.