Atlantis with Sub Ohm Mod, and charger question.

:?: Is the a perfect match?
Also, my local store got the SubOhm mods, but didn't get any Aspire Chargers.
As long as it produces the same 4.2 volts at 400ma, shouldn't it be safe?
I see the Aspire produces 420ma, I don't see how that can be a problem, as long as it is less, rather then more, and such a slight difference, at that.
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  • Dear Customer,
    Did you have our subohm battery or CF MOD?
    There are two different battery.
    Our CF SUB ohm batteries are the upgraded version of our old CF series battery,the capacity has upgraded.the cap on the bottom can not be removed.Customer can use our old charger to charge it.Customer can buy original aspire charger on our online store: or from our authorized sellers:
    Our CF MOD batteries is the upgraded version of traditional Mod,it has Protective electronic switch,which is easy to control when using.What's more,it has Overdischarge and Atomizer Short Circuit Protection.
    On the bottom of our CF MOD batteries,the cap can be removed,customer need fill in they own batteries.
    Customer can not charge the 18650 batteries with our CF MOD,they need remove the 18650 batteries out of our cf mod,and use the charger for the 18650 batteries to charge.Our CF MOD is just a holder.

    Have a nice day!
  • Like I said in the subject, "sub ohm mod"... The battery finally died, so I put it on the charger, and it is been charging for four hours, and the light is still on solid blue!!
  • There are two battery models by Aspire to match the Atlantis.
    The CF Subohm and
    The CF Mod.
    Hence the confusion, for some people, when you write about a subohm mod ;)

    Count up to 5 hours and more for your CF subohm if it is the first charge.
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