How many inches is a VK diamond manual battery?

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Postby cdelsol » Fri Jan 13, 2012 12:02 am

Har! You're an angel of darkness, sir.
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Postby Morandir835 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:22 am

LOL Ms. Harmony :)

No problem at all Ms. Cdelsol. :)

Shorty batt- 3 1/4", with carto just about 4 3/4", with drip tip about 5 1/4"
Regular- 4", with carto just under 5 1/2", with dt right around 6 1/4"
XL- 4 5/8", with carto 6", with dt about 6 3/4"
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Postby cdelsol » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:45 pm

Morandir, sir, you rock -- darkly, of course. Very much appreciated.

So that makes the shorties about the same as the standard length of a regular battery, and the regulars a little longer than the long ones in the regular battery. I'm not sure I could maneuver the diamond XL gracefully, although I'm sure the battery life is tremendous.

In any case, Vapor4Life made my choice for me. I'd have gone for a shorty, just because it's the length I'm used to, but there were no black or white ones left this morning (I'm kind of not into bling). So I have a regular one on the way, and I'm looking forward to seeing what all the raves are about.
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Postby LadyStrick9 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 9:42 pm

cdelsol wrote:Morandir, sir, you rock -- darkly, of course. Very much appreciated.

So that makes the shorties about the same as the standard length of a regular battery, and the regulars a little longer than the long ones in the regular battery. I'm not sure I could maneuver the diamond XL gracefully, although I'm sure the battery life is tremendous.

In any case, Vapor4Life made my choice for me. I'd have gone for a shorty, just because it's the length I'm used to, but there were no black or white ones left this morning (I'm kind of not into bling). So I have a regular one on the way, and I'm looking forward to seeing what all the raves are about.


cdelsol, I'm no expert....but I was hooked on the shorties, because like you said, "it's the size of a cigarette". Seemed a no-brainer to me. But, I got an XL and now I'd never go back to the short ones. The battery last longer, and it really doesn't seem that much different to me.

Anyway, just my thoughts. Good luck :)

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Postby Morandir835 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:49 am

No problem Ms. Cedelsol. :)
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Postby plarkinjr » Sat Jan 14, 2012 9:58 am

I usually go with XLs, but sometimes a shorty is handy when I'm going to be using both hands a lot and want to hold the e-cig in my mouth and puff.
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Postby Morandir835 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 3:11 pm

Ms. Cdelsol the shorty auto king diamonds are in a class by themselves. Yes they don't last as long, but in terms of airflow, voltage holding to times used capabilities, and size they are unmatched. :)
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Postby bjfgator » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:34 pm

LadyStrick9 wrote:cdelsol, I'm no expert....but I was hooked on the shorties, because like you said, "it's the size of a cigarette". Seemed a no-brainer to me. But, I got an XL and now I'd never go back to the short ones. The battery last longer, and it really doesn't seem that much different to me.

Anyway, just my thoughts. Good luck :)

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