Cell choice for manker e05ti

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Cell choice for manker e05ti

Hi all, I have a manker e05ti winging its way to me. Obviously I will be using a 14500 cell in it to extract all the performance I can. But what amp cell would you run in it? I don’t want to over juice it and cook the emitter. Thanks in advance.

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I don’t have an e05, so not sure how finicky it is with cell length. After way too much experimentation, I settled on the Vapcell gold ICR 14500 3A button tops in my GT Micro with Osram NM1. If you have access to a seller of Shockli, I think they offer something in the 4 or 5 Amp range. Vapcell H10 will do naughty things to that emitter…way too much MOJO.

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A minor correction, the H10 on its own isn’t too much for the NM1s. The problem is many of these smaller lights do something else wrong – for example, one of the small GTs (GT Mini? Micro? idk, whichever takes 14500) uses an aluminum MCPCB, leading to issues.

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TIFisher wrote:
I don’t have an e05, so not sure how finicky it is with cell length. After way too much experimentation, I settled on the Vapcell gold ICR 14500 3A button tops in my GT Micro with Osram NM1. If you have access to a seller of Shockli, I think they offer something in the 4 or 5 Amp range. Vapcell H10 will do naughty things to that emitter…way too much MOJO.

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This is what I use in my Manker E05, Vapcell Gold 14500 BT