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how long should a coil last? by Sophie Bandlegold - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 03:09:31 EST ID:jh1YrbcS No.3220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have a kangertech topbox mini pro.
it came w 3 coils: stainless steel, nickel, and titanium.
whats the difference between all of them?
how long should a coil last until you should change it?
mine goes up to 75w, i keep it in the 40-60 range.
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Matilda Mucklebanks - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 21:45:31 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3220
Depending on your juice and how much you vape, anywhere between a week to a month-ish. You can use any of those coils on standard vw mode, and if your box has settings for temperature control (make sure it matches the metal the coil is made of) you can run it that way.
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Diaboli - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 11:32:40 EST ID:QxIlzRXL No.3226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pretty much what Matilda said, except I've had some coils burn out in days,

Currently I use a smok tank with an octo coil, if I don't let the juice level get low so the coil can't reabsorb juice quickly and the coil fires dry my coil will last well over a month.

The difference in coil metals is used only for temp control box mods. Your kangertech doesn't even have voltage settings iirc but has the standard wattage settings so you pretty much will use the steel coils only


Casually smoking 8ths in a Source Orb 3 by Banteel - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 18:05:31 EST ID:J52GtMM0 No.2892 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For the casual shatter smoker:
This is for Source Orb 3 & 4 vape pens with the purchase of Single Coil Quartz Atomizers.
Take 2 to 3g of wax concentrate a month.
Roll each g as needed into a reasonable line, with parchment paper, apx 2 inches long.
Cut the g equally into 8 pieces by cutting halve, then cutting the halves and again halving all halves.
Place one 8th into the pen and casually smoke it for 2 days.

Recap. Minimum 2g wax cut into 8ths, smoke 1 8th every 2 days = 1g is 16 days = 2g min a month.

You're welcome for the moderation technique.
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Augustus Lightspear - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 00:29:07 EST ID:WMl2mps6 No.2911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2906
Generally you get the best hits from an atomizer designed specifically for concentrates.

If you don't want to get a dedicated atomizer there are solvents like ejmix designed to dilute your shatter to the point that it can be vaped in a normal tank. I'm not a big fan of these because they either taste bad, or add flavoring to cover up the funky taste.

I've also had good luck sticking a dab in the center of an unwicked clapton coil on an RDA.
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John Fushfare - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 04:14:26 EST ID:hcYD5A/G No.2913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2911
interesting, clapton coils fit in my vape perfectly, I don't prefer them but maybe I can try them a few times.
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Jack Giddleman - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 03:01:28 EST ID:WMl2mps6 No.2917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2913
If you want to go the RDA route I've also seen people using ceramic or quartz "wicks" for their hash builds. I haven't tried this myself. but it seems to work fairly well.
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Fanny Greenridge - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 04:11:08 EST ID:SR2A4tQT No.3002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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youre doing it wrong. PUTTING A WHOLE 2 G IN RUINS THE FLAVOR/TERPS. dont do this. get a knockoff atmos kiln on ebay for $8.00. pic slightly related, an altus t1 cvu mod. perfect for live resin co2 oil.
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Banteel - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 04:59:53 EST ID:kBdOeaMX No.3221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2906
No, it's not normal. It's a concentrate vapor pen.
I'm sure you understood the process I explained about cutting it up. So I will explain the part about using, loading, and smoking the pen. Again, this is related to the Source Vapes: Source Orb 3 pen. You can get the newer Source Orb 4 too, though again I recommend the Single Coil for making your 8th last longer. I have not tested the SO4, only the SO3.

Get your parchment paper full of 8ths from the freezer.
Pick up one 8th and place it into the atomizer gently push it down nicely onto the top of the single coil inside so it is only touching the coil. Do NOT force it down or pack it into the atomizer. When you press the button the coil will melt it down all on it's own.
Prime the wax by pressing the button for a few seconds a couple of times until the
concentrate melts down around the single coil.
At this point, you can place the top onto your pen and you are now ready to start smoking.
At a casual rate, I find my 8th lasts me 2 days. Then I repeate the process, get another 8th from the freezer and drop it in. These single coil atomizers will last 6-8 weeks.

https://www.sourcevapes.com/products/source-orb-quartz-atomizers-coil-less?variant=3581623427

I am interested in the SO4 with a Coil-less atomizer to see if I can produce the same moderation.


COIL 4 RDA by Walter Digglekidge - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 05:51:11 EST ID:PQGD6AOT No.2976 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got 26g kanthal. I want a coil setup that's good for a long inhale and big clouds on exhale.

Currently sticking to 4/5 wraps on an average sized computer screwdriver. But it's burning out about 60W and doesn't seem to last too long.

Any advice?
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Hugh Tillingshit - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 10:19:34 EST ID:PrZTe38f No.3158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2976
Not even being sarcastic but if you haven't used steam-engine.org to calculate the estimated ohms and other useful build math (like how many wraps around what diameter etc), it might alleviate some headaches. I'd still check it with an ohms meter or I'd say possibly even your device although I'm not 100% certain this is the best way to do it, so don't quote me on it. But yeah, that calculator might help you a bit in the mean time.
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Nigel Bommerson - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 21:03:14 EST ID:zFor6cax No.3170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Try parallel builds, it takes a while to ramp up, and generates a lot of vapor through surface contacts. You should the parallel 4 OR 5 times (it will look like 10 or 8 individual coil wrap, but since its parallel and its two wires, it will be 4 or 5)
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Archie Mummlehat - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 00:51:25 EST ID:64TS59Yz No.3192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3170
wtf 8 wrap parallels? the whole point of parallels is to produce a ton of clouds, im pretty sure thats gonna be a weak as hit bro
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Martin Grimstock - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 00:48:01 EST ID:DnYtz/gI No.3207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3192
The whole point of parallels is to increase the surface area for the resistance, which in turn produces clouds at the expense of ramp up time.
Just like with espresso versus drip brew for coffee, you can go for weaker just fine. Strength isn't the whole point at all. It's about method. They both allow for more strength without ruining flavor, but weaker strength still holds better flavor anyway.

Seeing as OP was burning out at 4/5 standard wraps, only doubling the surface area for similar resistance is a good choice. Going for more wraps wouldn't solve a burning issue at all.
Though it's mostly wicking that causes burning in the first place.

But what I'm curious about is the "doesn't seem to last too long" part. Coils last practically forever as long as you torch and clean remains off when changing wicks. Dry hits or overheating flavors can ruin wicks easily, but shouldn't kill coils at all.
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Shitting Blashwater - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 05:30:14 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
twist up that kanthal, wrap it like, 6-10 times.

just trust me. its not all about that super low ohms bro tho fo sho


need a new tank by Augustus Mottingfut - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 14:30:59 EST ID:YxIuFCKs No.3165 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I own an Istick Pico 30w with a Melo III minitank which blows chunks because if you tap on it wrong you get a 510 connection issue

I want a new tank for christmas and I am willing to spend 50 dollars on it.

any recommendations?
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Betsy Munderkot - Sat, 10 Dec 2016 19:37:44 EST ID:eZ+jNN7C No.3184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3171
Very much this. I was rocking a cleito for a while before I upgraded my mod (read: i lost my old mod and tank included) and was very satisfied. Was using the Nautilus from Aspire beforehand.

Rocking the Cleito 120 now and it's just as good, some neat tweaks ere made. Honestly I've never had anything but good experiences with Aspire tanks.
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Archie Mummlehat - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 00:49:44 EST ID:64TS59Yz No.3191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3165
tfv8 is where its at imo bro
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Priscilla Nushlock - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 23:58:56 EST ID:6aIKTA1T No.3198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3191
Wont work with the Pico, its 24mm+ and the battery cap on the pico prevents anything over 22mm from screwing on
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Martin Grimstock - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 00:51:53 EST ID:DnYtz/gI No.3208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3198
I can get 23mm on there easily without scratching anything. But that's the limit.
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Betsy Briffingbone - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 09:17:08 EST ID:xgIhog3o No.3214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I love the istick pico I have dropped a hundred times, dropped it water... twice, had it fire endlessly in my bag and the damn thing just keeps going. Most durable box mod I ever had... and its dirt cheap.

I Use a single coil Magma Paradigm RDA and occasionally a kangertech sub tank


tfw by Nigel Nenkinhudge - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 03:20:08 EST ID:l1OwmnjP No.3159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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HURRY UP.
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Edwin Dobberbig - Fri, 09 Dec 2016 18:40:11 EST ID:l1OwmnjP No.3182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's still "Posting" as of December 4th. Wtf china.
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Simon Hummlebag - Sat, 10 Dec 2016 00:24:26 EST ID:FhgmDBFt No.3183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3182
Me Chinese me play joke me broke coils in your Smok
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George Sattingbanks - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 00:52:57 EST ID:l1OwmnjP No.3209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It was estimated to be delivered between the 7th and the 28th. Please deliver.
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Augustus Snodwater - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 12:10:17 EST ID:FeKr/L2U No.3210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3159
>buying from chinese websites

you get what you deserve


>>3183
kek
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Matilda Dettingwater - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 01:15:42 EST ID:VGHNB/MY No.3211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3159
I got a top air flow for my griffin 22 from fasttech. It took over two months because of back order or some shit. It was worth it I suppose but never again from China. Too fucking long.


Best Strawberry Milk juices! by Nathaniel Hunningdatch - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 19:28:48 EST ID:PC9ZwzAt No.3199 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello everyone. I'm a Strawberry Milk fanatic...ever since I had my first taste I've been all about it. Therefore, in case you guys were interested in all the one's I've tried so far, I've started writing reviews on them.

If you guys have any other good suggestions, please let me know. I'm always down to try something new.

Suicide Bunny - Mother's Milk
Good. I can take it or leave it, but there are much better out there. It’s not that I don’t like it, but it has a weird taste to it, like I can taste the strawberry, but the other flavors in it just don’t taste how I’d expect an artificially flavored milk vape juice. The price for this seemed high for something not as good as it should have been.
3/10

Boosted - Boosted
I liked it more than some of the others. Nothing special. I do wish the strawberry was stronger, but if you like a strawberry milkshake with more milkshake than strawberry, this one is for you.
6/10

Giant Vapor - Mom's Milk
I can’t remember where I read it, but apparently this is a pretty spot on clone of Mother’s Milk by Suicide Bunny. I think it was a little better though!
5/10
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Shitting Sibblefoot - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 00:11:40 EST ID:xScIm6ZF No.3206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1JlwTACtES4


Ohm resistance by Graham Blackham - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 15:28:15 EST ID:VATwbD+/ No.3128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay so I've tried looking up explanations on Ohm's and initial ohm resistance and things like that, but nothing really explains it clearly to me. Could someone explain it simply to me here?
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Nell Goodson - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 01:58:36 EST ID:VATwbD+/ No.3142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3138
Thanks, and is initial ohm resistance the resistance which the mod itself gives off? Why would one need to use this? Also, what does the Ohm number assigned for coils mean? For instance one of the coils I have has a 0.2 ohm written on it.
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Sidney Blatherdale - Fri, 09 Dec 2016 09:50:55 EST ID:DnYtz/gI No.3181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3142
Before answering, I'd just like to say you don't really have to worry much about it as long as you stay within limits of your battery/ies and get a satisfying vape. Prebuilt coils generally handle that if you don't want to get into it further.

If the mod shows a resistance, that's the total detected from the coil/s. There's probably watts and volts on display too.

One would use this as a base to start with, such as for temperature control or for resistance fluctuations in general. As temperature rises, so does resistance, depending on material and build. Kanthal has minimal fluctuations, nickel is crazy, SS316L is my favorite as a midpoint for everything.
Higher resistance is more voltage per watt. More power, more heat. There's a lot more to it than that, but it's a start.
More fluctuating metals are generally used for temperature control. The mod detects resistance changes and interprets them as temperate changes, then limits power to keep temperature at the limit.
Temperature control aside, it just means consecutive hits may be harder.

The number printed on prebuilt coils is the expected base resistance of them. Not always accurate, but generally close.
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Fucking Pannertod - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 17:02:55 EST ID:THrDv7yU No.3186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3142
My guess is initial resistance is the resistance when the coil is cold. I don't know what vapes use for coils but the filament in a lightbulb increases resistance as it gets hotter. This allows the lightbulb to heat up quickly but reduce power as it gets to the right temperature.

.2 ohms just means .2 ohms. Ohms is the unit of measurement for resistance. So if you put 1 volt across a .2 ohm load you get 1/0.2 amps. So 5 amps. 5 amps * 1 volt = 5 watts.
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George Closhshaw - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 17:28:09 EST ID:DnYtz/gI No.3187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3186
Regulated mods generally regulate by watts instead. Throwing more volts at it as it gets hotter, making it even hotter. Or reducing watts as it reaches a goal resistance for temperature.

Mechs, bypass, and voltage modes don't do this.
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Wesley Gummlemin - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 21:20:50 EST ID:WMl2mps6 No.3197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3186
That would be correct.

Temperature sensitive wires increase in resistance as they heat up. Temperature controlled mods use this change in resistance to determine the coil temp.


Suggestion on Pairing by Ian Drorringforth - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 10:21:09 EST ID:Gn93Tjuu No.3189 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can anyone recommend a good regulated box to go with my TFV8? I also run an X1 RDA on it for dabbing so to be able to swap between presets would be nice. I was considering the XCUBE Ultra as well; any other suggestions?
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Archie Mummlehat - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 00:47:53 EST ID:64TS59Yz No.3190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3189
sigeli 213 works great with my tfv8


Favorite Youtube reviewers by Thomas Crogglewune - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 20:01:50 EST ID:VpDbgUHD No.3141 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post 'em

pic related. I love this jolly african-american so much.
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Sidney Hoshpotch - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 03:45:46 EST ID:x3Iu5uge No.3152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Love this guy and his reviews are always really informative.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCExqR7C-PZp9aTEF-hUIRsA
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Lillian Pockwater - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 20:37:04 EST ID:wDjbBtVD No.3179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3152

guy looks like a total faggot
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Alice Billingspear - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 15:13:34 EST ID:x3Iu5uge No.3185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3179
So does this guy. And a good majority of the rest of the YouTube reviewers. How many dicks they like and where doesn't change their opinion...
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Ernest Bubblelig - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 20:20:47 EST ID:tKCCrqyF No.3188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
EpicHerbReviews/IndoorSmokers is the only one ive ever really liked


Stopped smoking, now I want to make mass clouds huehuehue. by Fuck Dummerwater - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 23:55:17 EST ID:VaQF7wej No.2958 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok guys, I've been vaping for three months now. My setup is a Wizmek RX200 and a VCST tank. I quit smoking and I'm vaping 0 nic juice, but I'm starting to get into cloud throwing. How can I set up my shit right now to get supersized clouds and maximum flavor? Call me a faggot if you want, but my smoking cessation tool became a hobby and I want to get stupid with it. Also I'm drunk as shit so bear with me.
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Martha Credgeford - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 17:17:59 EST ID:V1CTrUuo No.2989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The UWell crown tank will give 9/10 the clouds of any coil you build yourself to be honest. Everyone I know who used to be all about that dripper life has just switched to an rx200 and crown in the last year or so.
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Cedric Wizzlewell - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 02:01:08 EST ID:x3Iu5uge No.3136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>2989
Hate to be that guy but I have a VERY hard time believing this to be true.
The only tank I know of that can compete with RDAs is the TF-v8 cloud beast by Smoktech and even then it's arguable.
To answer your question OP either start rebuilding your own RDA or get a Tf-v8 cloud beat.
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Thomas Clonnerstat - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 12:29:35 EST ID:hcFD+cDs No.3139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2989
not sheriff serious. the uwell crown gets expensive quick if you have to keep buying coils
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Drivel_ - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 01:17:48 EST ID:XHDLvHXK No.3146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2958
It's all about sub ohm builds, good wick and a good mod to burn it all properly. Youtube has the best reviews
research and learn about Ohm's Law
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Hugh Tillingshit - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 10:13:40 EST ID:PrZTe38f No.3157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2958
Blowing big ass clouds is fun but keep in mind you will likely get a bit of shit when doing so in public (not saying it's justified, but that tends to be the way it is around where I am at least), it will fog the shit out of whatever indoor space you probably use it in (which isn't necessarily bad, although it can be detrimental to computers and such from the residue left overtime), and I'd say try to have a way to go back to more modest amounts if you don't like it after a while.

As far as a nice atty, if you can build and know ohms law and practice the safety rules in terms of vaping, an RDA is probably the best bet, although there are some really nice sub ohm tanks out there as well. I've heard good thing about the Goon RDA, but more than that I cannot really say. I'd advise you to check out youtube and some other reviews on a variety of rdas and read up on building in general if you haven't gotten into that already. If you still want to deal with prebuilt coils I'd say the Cloud Beast (although I heard some people had issues, it's still regarded as pretty nice) and maybe some other sub-ohm tanks although I'm a bit behind with the latest & greatest (I remember the Uwell Crown 1 getting great reviews, Herakles, Arctic, & Starre Freemax tanks being the hot new things, some newer than others, last I looked into new tanks).
>>3136
How much volume are you talking? I've used Uwell Crowns, and even a few slightly older sub ohm tanks and they can fog a room up pretty quickly, of course with an RDA you have the option to make a wide variety of builds, more than I'm sure you can with the RBA deck for the crown.

I've heard good things about the TFV8 but also that it has some leak issues (I don't own one so I can't personally attest to this) but I heard it does live up to it's namesake. Coils, unless you do a rebuildable deck again are going to cost a bit in the long run, same with the Crown and most sub ohm tanks. Still cheaper than cigarettes though I feel.


Another "Help me pick an atomizer" thread by Ebenezer Goodwater - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 11:56:17 EST ID:aWW+XxU3 No.2897 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been using an iTaste MVP 3 with a Nautilus mini for over a year I recon, and now I'm looking for an upgrade.
I don't know if I want to get into RBA's since at first glance it seems a bit too fiddly but I could be convinced if the payoff is worth it. I'd also like a tank that holds at least 3ml. In general, how often would I need to replace the coil of an RBA?

The MVP 3 only goes up to 30w so I might also need something a bit stronger. I use the 1.6ohm coils and run it at 13.5w which equals 5.3v.
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Eugene Fegglecocke - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 04:06:20 EST ID:PQGD6AOT No.2963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2962

Depends on your needs.

The wismec rx2/3 gets a good write up - can hold 2 or 3 batteries, goes to 160w or 250w respectively. I just copped on ebay with a bunch of rda clones to try out. With 3 batteries you will last all day even as a heavy vaper.

Alternatively the dripbox 160 was a decent device, has a squonk bottom feeding rda setup that works with a velocity rda. Again, solid setup, goes to 160W and has 2 battery capactity. Battery will last most of day but at 15ml a day I found myself having to recharge in the afternoon.

The kangertech 200W also holds 2 battery, has a flatter shape so will fit in your pocket. The other 2 will not fit in a pocket, will feel like carrying a grenade around.
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Graham Fanford - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 11:34:26 EST ID:JXdC+RK9 No.2994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2962
I use the Sigelei Fuchai 213 and it is fantastic, battery life is excellent, for a powerful device it is pocket-sized and you can charge via the usb without risking your batteries going out of sync. I still charge externally most of the time but if I am desperate I have no fears in charging internally. I would never do that with my kbox 200 and know at least half a dozen people with RX200s and RX 2/3s that have messed their batteries up charging through usb
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David Pecklechone - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 01:25:41 EST ID:bY+dlNal No.3079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>2962
Cuboid 150w.
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Nell Blacklemodging - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 00:07:16 EST ID:dOwLQDO3 No.3082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought a cleito as my first ever atomizer and holy shit do the replacement coils suck ass. literally 50% just taste like burnt rubber and that for $5 a pop WTF.

I bought the cleito RTA kit to remedy it and i've fallen in love with making my own coils/wicks.Whats a good RTA? The cleito one kinda sucks dick because it is nearly impossible to disassemble.
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Hugh Tillingshit - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 09:59:56 EST ID:PrZTe38f No.3156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>2962
Check out the Alien 220w by Smok for a reasonably priced, well functioning device. I had a long post written detailing the features but it closed and I lost it. Basically, it's affordable online, small size, updateable firmware, tons of information on the screen, & from what I've heard the biggest con is that some people experienced paint chips although I haven't had anything of the sort so far.

I'd avoid the newer IPV8 until they work out whatever bugs they may have with it as well as Kangertech products as they tend to IME be unreliable and a bit expensive for what they provide. SIgelei made some solid mods but they overstated the maximum wattage for the Fuchai 213's ( I think it caps out at 155w ), this kind of disappointed me since the 150w and 150w tc were great mods (still are imo). I heard some people had 510 issues with the Reuleaux but I think the newest models worked that out and I see so many people use it I can't in good conscious write it off as a bad mod, it was the one I chose between when buying the Alien, but the price of the Alien kit, the size, and fact that I don't see myself needing a 3x18650 mod is why I didn't get it (I'd still take one though, I can't knock it at all from what limited use I had with one). At the end of the day though it came down to money and size for me.

Check out some reviews and forums and see for yourself I guess is the best thing I can say. Both the RX200s & 2/3 are highly regarded as far as WIsmec mods and I have heard great things about the Alien as well (and my personal experience with it has been great so far).

As far as the cuboid I would wait to see what the new one is going to be like, as the old one had 510 issues and a few other one's I can't remember off hand although it is also a very popular mod (I'd say spend the extra 10$ or so and get an Alien over it, but that's just me).


Hash Cartridge by Martin Fipperbanks - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 19:42:37 EST ID:Lf9P6DO1 No.2968 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i have a snowolf 200w (v2) and i dont know much about adjusting volts or ohms. Im getiing a 500mg hash VAPORX cartridge and i was wondering what the optimum setting on the snow would be?

Also how many hits/how strong is 500ml, like compared to a gram of wax, how many hits does it take to equal a regular sized dab? and how many dabs per cartridge are in there?
thanks guys.
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Phyllis Bungold - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 13:16:08 EST ID:hcFD+cDs No.3147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if it's an ego cartridge get an ego 510 adapter first otherwise you'll short the cart and probably break it
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Hannah Bicklehag - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 04:15:53 EST ID:z1tRJCpe No.3148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, start with finding an adapter. Then just work your way up from the lowest setting. I believe it's 5W for the Snow Wolf.


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