Looking for PCC
This is extremely frustrating. I'm looking for a PCC that can hold and charge the Vapor Titan Soft Touch Diamond Short batteries and am having a lot of trouble.
I'm looking specifically for one that can hold 2, one of which with a cartridge attached, and maybe a few extra cartos.
I've tried the Volt Mega PCC but apparently Volt only uses Gen2 kr808d-1s or something so it wasn't compatible.
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Now I'm trying the XL PCC from myvaporstore and that's not charging the batteries either.
KR808D1 XL PCC Portable Charger Case
All 3 of them work with the slim charger, so I'm assuming there's nothing wrong with the batteries themselves. What is going on? Is there any charger aside from the generic small one that's sold in store that will work? Is this related to the "new improved" battery? I really love the look and feel of these batteries, but between not finding a PCC I like and the frustration of having to plug the holes I'm finding it hard to want to keep these batteries.
I didn't find a rule discussing competitors or anything, so if this is breaking a rule or something, I understand removal, but I want to be clear, I love my batteries, and I love Vapor4Life for all of it's products so far, and I will continue purchasing stuff from Vapor4Life, and am only finding the PCC to be a problem (also a defective sour green apple carto in a sampler pack which was the entire reason I bought it but can overlook this because the rest were really good and I'll just get another pack to try it), however it's a major problem.
I'm out and about every day and vape on the go. The short batteries are low profile, and charging them is important. A case is good for keeping everything neat and in one place, and a case that holds two with one charging is key. The biggest part, however, is not fumbling about unscrewing from the case, screwing a carto in, dropping things as I switch things out, etc while on a busy sidewalk - I want to be able to open the case, and pull out a battery with an attached carto, while the alternate battery charges. It shouldn't be an engineering task each time.
Between the 2 PCCs I linked to above, they were the perfect solution, but the Titan Diamonds aren't working. I love them, but if I can't charge them, then they're no good to me. Especially after having to deal with the air flow problem. I'm sitting here at my desk, having a craving, with 3 dead batteries until the one in the slim charger is charged enough to at least use while a second begins charging. This is not fun.
So yeah, does anyone have any suggestions for a charger that is compatible with the Titan Diamond shorts and meets my needs?
Also, it would be much appreciated if there was a confirmed solution, i.e. someone with the same battery actually using a suggested charger, as I was already informed previously that the XL would work, and it does not. Unless the charger is defective and I'm just having really bad luck.
My PCC from Vapor4Life chargers any of batteries, although it isn't a first in line method of mine, mine overchargers the batteries and doesn't indicate when they ARE charged.
I will await Mr Morandir or someone tech-inclined to help you. I am unsure... Sorry, hang tight, at least it isn't your batteries :)
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Jaz2099 (sir or Ms.?) there currently isn't one. The si one didn't even work on their own batts, and the generic mega pcc never worked right as well. What I can tell you is Smilin sir mentioned on ecf a while back they are working on a new pcc that fits all the batteries that are Vapor4Life branded. He's in China now, so.... :)
(Sir) That's great to hear, because if someone is going to get my money, I'd rather it was Vapor4Life.
Also, it looks like it may actually be bad luck, as after watching some youtube videos of how the XL is supposed to work, I realized I wasn't getting the red lights, only blue, so I tried several times and finally the light turned red and then went out, so I kept trying and it finally stayed on. The battery charged. Tried it on another battery, and went through the same process, and this battery is also fully charged.
So I think I did in fact get a defective charger, which is good, because I like this one. I'm going to get it replaced and hopefully that one will work properly, at least until we get a new PCC. Thank you.
I had a dud PCC from here but Vapor4Life quickly replaced it. :)
i have one of the clamshell pcc's that Vapor4Life sell's for gen1 808's. what's interesting about mine is it has a button on the inside, so you press and hold that button after you thread the battery in to get it to start charging. it stays a solid red color then when the batt is done charging it turns itself off. this pcc would be alright to charge the newer titan's and diamonds/stealths right? since it shuts itself off when the batt's done charging?
Not entirely Blucavvy, depends on what the final off load voltage is....
Just a suggestion Jaz, the Titan XL's have a longer battery life than the regulars or the shorts. I hit a couple of the big "Wheel" sales and got 5 of them with 3 slim chargers. Now I can be on the go all day with 2-3 charged batteries, cartomizers and tanks. I have found I don't even need my PCC anymore. I just come home at night and put them in the chargers and I'm good for the next day.
Welcome to forum and enjoy! :)
Thanks, I thought about the XLs but I like the shorts because they're low profile, and I like the PCC because I can carry several flavors with me. It's actually coming in very handy today as a friend of mine is interested in trying, so I'm just going to let him borrow a spare battery and a few cartos, and all I have to do is give him the full PCC for a day or 2 and he can go nuts, and then I'll exchange it for one that works properly. But meanwhile it's a great portable case, and the shorts I like because they're also lighter to better forget what you're actually holding. I find it's a more complete experience.
Just to clarify, the PCC I got isn't the clamshell that Vapor4Life offers, although that one is very good and reliable. If it had more storage capacity for a short with carto attached I'd be on that one first and foremost. As I said, I don't like fumbling about on the busy sidewalk screwing and unscrewing cartos if I can avoid it, which is another thing about the XL batteries - few cases I've seen will fit an XL battery with a carto, and the lanyard is begging to get lost on the subway or something.