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Though there are many styles, shapes and sizes that make up the electronic cigarette market, the eGo style e-cig has become one of the more common choices among users who want longer battery life.
The eGo style e-cig can be placed in a certain category, kind of an intermediate level, but what’s so great about the eGo is that any user, no matter the level of experience, will find this style of e-cig to be satisfying and easy to use.
Although it is an e-cig, that doesn’t mean it has all the similarities of your typical ‘stick style ecig’ (a mini, a cigarette look-a-like). Though they both function the same way, the eGo style e-cig differs in several ways. For starters, the eGo has a much larger body, very similar in size to a cigar. A larger and more powerful battery is used to power this device. The eGo style e-cig isn’t meant to look like a tobacco cigarette nor cigar, so it doesn’t have the LED light at the end to mimic anything.
The eGo style e-cig also uses a push button activation for the battery, rather than the more common automatic batteries you’ll find being used for stick style e-cigs. These push button activated batteries are known as “manual batteries” – meaning you have to manually push a button to power the battery. On top of the battery and where the threads are is an eGo 510 connector, specifically designed for eGo style parts. Just as a note, all other 510 threaded parts can be used with the eGo as well (cartomizers, different tanks, etc.)
In addition to the eGo’s threading, it generally comes with clearomizer tanks in starter kits. These clearomizer tanks fit perfectly over the eGo 510 connector. When a clearomizer tank isn’t being used, and a standard cartomizer is, the eGo has a cone to cover it.
Though the eGo style e-cig is much larger, it is the go-to device for users that want longer battery life. The trade off in size is more than made up in the power that you gain.