I had promised myself I would stick with the 510 format to keep like simple but I broke my promise.
I basically ordered one of a few things. I got an Automatic DAV in 650mAh, a pair of Vapor King Stealth batteries, some cartomizers, a KR808D adapter and a charger.
Finding equipment that fits my life style and makes me happy I found out is very hard to do. I have had to break up my vaping gear into three categories. I go from on one day being glued to a desk to the next day burning 7000 calories in a day to another day doing things where there are a lot of bumps, and bruises.
Getting my desk gear figured out was easy, my mobile gear has been more of a challenge.
I carry two devices with me when I am being active. One is a cigalike for when only the lightest hands free device will do. Jumping and decelerating fast on some rocks, marking cattle, climbing and so on can call for a light hands free device. I don't go small for stealth.
Running, bicycling, and other forums of training and the device can be a little larger.
What brought me here is the Vapor King and Vapor Titan. People on forums will tell me to move to a bigger device but they are not in my shoes plus I have bigger devices. I have two Provari in front of me right now.
The cigalikes I have been using come up a little short, I don't mean runtime or juice capacity. I expect shorter runtimes and juice capacity in a small device. I don't expect to match my large devices in vapor, throat hit, and flavor but I want to come as close to it as possible.
I have a ton of 3.7v 510 stick batteries, the 3.3v didn't cut it at all. I recently got an eRoll and was very disappointed it it. It is small be I found the flavor was not as good as I get from cartomizers and my 2ohm cartomizers at 3.7v was outperforming the eRoll on vapor as well. I think 3.96v at 2.2ohms might outperform 3.7v at 2ohms.
If these V4L cigalike batteries work out I can see myself eventually having 20 of them, I will have to wait and see what happens when I get mine.