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cobalt327

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That's good news, and a big thank you for taking the time to respond... much appreciated!
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Update after using the SMY SDNA 75 for a few days...

A 25R lasts me through 2 tanks of an EHPro KFL Plus v2 w/KF Monster v2 base (over 9ml of juice) w/the settings I use- which are admittedly rather mild (0.06 ohm Ni200 coil, TC 'Boost', 30W @ 445º F, all else default, which is to say the mod’s in “buck” mode, not “boost”). When the screen indicated 3% battery left (battery icon was empty) I pulled it, it showed 3.33v (default cell soft cutoff is 2.75v). The vape was virtually unchanged throughout the cell discharge cycle. Escribe’s statistics shows the actual battery run time was 24.5 minutes.

 

As a frame of reference, the battery run time of my VTC Mini- using similar TC settings and coil resistance- is around 25 minutes (3.2v battery cutoff), my smok treebox (3.5v battery cutoff) runs for just under 14 minutes.

 

Bottom line and/or TL-DR:

No problem w/battery run time for me.
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Battery life seems to be exactly as expected for me as well. Generally my cells last about as much as my VTC Mini (which surprised me, because it seems the Mini is also about 85% effective). The difference is that my vape is a bit weaker when I reach low capacity, but that is completely normal due to the pre-heat functionality. The VTC Mini doesn't do that and it generally works up to the wattage you set it at. I was hoping to get more battery life out of the SNDA75, but at the same time I am definitely happy that it is not worse than the VTC Mini, as I was happy with it anyways. 

For reference, I use dual SS claptons @55W with 65W pre-heat. Decided to remove a wrap from the build tonight and now I vape at 50W with 60W pre-heat. It's pretty good. [smile] (this little change seems to give me significantly longer battery life as the amps drained are not so close to the upper limit (20A in my case))
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