Single Vs Dual Battery Device - Poll

Discussion in 'High Wattage Devices' started by Timwis, 28/9/20.

Do You Benefit In Regard Battery Life Between Single and Dual Batteries

  1. Do you get roughly double the vape time (puffs)

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  2. Do you get the same vape time (puffs)

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  1. Timwis

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    Been debating the theory but that isn't what this poll is about and please only vote if you use both single and dual battery devices and that you vote based on actual experience. Thanks for your time!

    So a simple question with a straight choice of two answers. When using a dual battery device do you roughly get double the vape time (puffs) than if using a single battery device! Based of course on the same build and wattage on both devices.
     
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    I would say that I get the same amount of time(puffs) from a single and dual, but my single batt mods are used for 15w to 45w vaping mainly single coils, my dual batt devices power my dual coil atties 50W and over.

    This is a tricky question because the coils, atty, wattage and mod(Setup) that I use is all put together for the purpose of lasting me 1 full day
     
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    Yeah i should of been clearer it should be based on if you were vaping the same build at the same wattage on both devices as the debate was a dual battery device gives no better life than a single battery device which isn't my experience at all!
     
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    Amended the OP to make it clearer!
     
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    for the sake of this poll I am taking one tank, using it on a dual battery mod and then using it on a single battery mod... then I get more out of the dual than the single.
     
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    That's my experience!
     
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    Oh yeah I totally agree, there is a huge difference if you using the same build on a single vs Dual, if I for instance put my V3 MTL atty on my DBV3, It will last me a week or maybe longer, right now that atty sits on kangertech subox mini-c with a single 18650 and lasts roughly 2 days, so yes dual battery means it lasts 2x longer or slightly more than that IMO.
     
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    Then in regard the poll it should be the first option!
     
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    Dual definetly lasts almost twice as long

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    Do I go twice as far on two tanks of fuel than one? Yes.

    Its a nobrainer actually.

    Regards
     
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