Vision Spinner batteries offer variable voltage in an eGo style format. Spin the bottom dial and tailor the vape to just the way you like it.
With 510 and eGo threading to suit most atomisers/cartomisers/clearomisers, at just over 110mm long, the 1300mAh Spinner is a great battery choice.
Available iin Black or Stainless finish.
Charger not included, please use one of our USB Fast chargers such as the the Joyetech eGo charger.
5-Click protection: Generally, the battery is shipped in the off position. In off position, it will not function even when pressing the button. To turn on battery, press the button 5 times within 2 seconds. You will see the white LED flash. To turn off battery, again press the button 5 times within 2 second - the white LED will flash. "5-click protection" can protect the battery from being activated when not in use. No more firing in your pocket!
Cut off time: If the button is pressed for more than 10 seconds, the battery will shut off until the button is released.
Short Circuit Protection: When a short is detected, the battery will shut down until the short is removed.
Low Voltage Protection: When the battery voltage is lower than 3.3v, the battery will shut down.
Over-Discharge Protection: The device will monitor the battery voltage and automatically turn off when the battery is discharged, preventing damage to the battery by overly depleting it. The LED will blink 5 times indicating that a charge is need.
How to adjust the output voltage?
Spin the knob in a clockwise direction to increase output voltage and spin the knob in anti-clockwise direction to decrease output voltage. Higher voltage produces a warmer vape with more vapour.
Voltage: 3.3v - 4.8v
Vision Spinner VV - 1300mAhBy: Andrew F.I prefer this battery to the others.
Vision Spinner VV - 1300mAhBy: Andrew F.Very happy with this battery.
spinner vv1300By: alex m.great batteries,i have bought a few,but the quality control is hopeless-The first one failed,button sticks on the second one & if you screw the cartomizer on all the way it must cause an internal short that makes the button flash as if the battery is flat-the third one I have is faultless!!-go figure