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Been using Halo gear for around 5 years. Upgraded to the Triton II from the original Triton. Batteries do not last more than a few months and are often out of stock when we do place an order. Complained to Halo who advised to try another type, which we did but have gone back to the Triton II. We do feel they would rather you use another of their products. We would rather they used better batteries - we don't feel the need to have great clouds of vapor every time we use a device - we like the size of the Triton II. Come on Halo listen to your customers... Interesting review by Gwen that mentions if you use higher than a 0.75 coil it will influence the battery life. We find that when we use a 0.75 the juice tastes burnt.
I have 2 700mah Triton II batteries & a single 900mah battery. They’ve worked fine for well over a year. They still do. I needed to get another since I’m well over their lifespan of 300 charges. Now I’m gonna have to get a few of these as well as as many 0.75 ohm coils as I can. Adding these to my e-liquid purchases, I’m now gonna be forced to remove the $20 discount nano kit I was excited about from my cart. I need the accessories more if this may be the last time I can find em. BTW, if you use higher than a 0.75 ohm coil in the Triton II, you probably will experience a “shorter” battery life. It’s of course more a factor of the battery not being strong enough to power a 1.2ohm or 1.5ohm coil past a certain charge level. Therefore it only seems to have a shorter life. I have experienced this and was hoping to find at least one level more powerful Triton II battery for the all the 1.5ohm and 1.2ohm coils I have left unused. I don’t discontinue vapor pens / devices/ etc. I keep them and use different ones for different purposes, moods, whatever. I also don’t toss away any working vape device. I hope to have enough balance of supplies to keep them going as long as they work like I need them to. A variety of sizes and shapes are needed depending on where you will be using them, storing them when you can’t hold or display them, and the capacity & room to store backup batteries as well as different lengths & widths of batteries/separate devices is crucial. Trying to re-coordinate a system that is working well for me isn’t as easy as it may be for some. Not everyone has family/friends etc who are supportive or understanding. Many feel vaping is as bad or worse than cigarettes. They read those negative news stories that are set on trying to stain public perception on vaping & suddenly a success story is nothing but an excuse in their minds. Those who aren’t against smoking cigarettes even make sure they remind me they’re vindicated by the “facts” & “research” and that their box of cigarettes are less harmful to kids than me being seen vaping anywhere there’s a person under 18. I can’t be the only person who has to hide vaping more than I did smoking. At least then my cigarettes didn’t keep changing shapes on me before I could integrate them into an aspect of my routine.
I agree with other long-term Triton II users in a change of satisfying experience with Triton II batteries. From a marketing/production viewpoint, it appears that Halo would like to abandon production of the Triton II and would like Triton II users to switch to one of their more "advanced" devices. First, the batteries are not the same quality - the same "staying power" now (2018) as they were in prior years. Second, the batteries, which are now needed to be replaced more often, are usually NOT available. So...although Halo has great customer support, the company itself appears to be strategically forcing customers to choose another device other than the Triton II. Sad. Some of us - like me - have no desire to change to the "new and improved" devices. I have my reasons for not desiring to move into those devices. The Triton II is a design that works perfectly for me - although this past year has been a disappointment in battery power - it does indeed influence that vape experience. Bad on you Halo. Shame on you Halo.
I switched from Triton to Triton II, I prefer the bottom fill tank system. But other reviewers have it right... these batteries just don't hold up! Each day I rotate through seven (that's right SEVEN) of these Triton II batteries. Reviews are also correct concerning the coils...they too burn out quickly...far sooner than when I first began using Triton II.
These work okay at first, but after a few weeks they do not hold a charge any longer. I can literately use it for a couple of minutes after a full charge and it will be dead. I am on my third one now. 2 700s and a 900. I really want a refund on all 3 of them, not that it would happen.
|Battery Cut-Off Time||15 Seconds|
|Battery Length||112 mm|
|Battery Width||14 mm|
|Battery Lifespan||300 cycles|
|Battery Voltage Type||No|
|Battery Actual Voltage||3.3 - 4.2 volts|
|Battery Rated Voltage||3.7 volts|
|Battery Warranty||60 Days from Date of Purchase|