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KR-808 E-Cigarette: Pros and Cons

KR-808 E-Cigarette: Pros and Cons

Many smokers consider that the KR-808 e-cigarette seems to offer slightly longer battery life for its size than the 510. Since a typical e-cigarette battery drops in voltage a bit as the charge level decreases, this indicates that a KR-808 battery will deliver its maximum amount of vapor for more puffs than a 510 battery.


While a typical small 510 battery holds a charge of 180 mAh and keeps for around 80-100 puffs, the most common KR-808 battery has a charge of 280 mAh and keeps for up to around 200 puffs. If you think you’ll be the e-smoker who just switches to packaged refill cartomizers, the KR-808 e-cigarette is probably the best find for you.

But then, the 510 e-cigarette may be a better choice if you think you might try other liquid delivery methods, because so many different attachments suit to the threading. If you decide that you like to use an atomizer and drip tip, you can use a standard, usual atomizer, a low resistance atomizer, a bridgeless atomizer and etc. If you make a conclusion that you like cartomizers, you can use polyfill cartomizers, cartomizers with wicks, tank cartomizers and any of a dozen or so other styles.

Smoking the KR-808 e-cigarette, you will discover that you are “addicted” to one cartomizer design. The good news is that the KR-808 cartomizer design — which suspends the liquid in cotton gauze wrapped around a heating coil and air tube — turns out to be the best design available at the present moment. Most companies that market pre-filled cartomizers — both for the 510 and KR-808 e-cigarettes — use this cartomizer design.