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So I was playing around with my Sinuous P80 earlier and popped it into bypass mode to see how it was. Didn't like it too much for the coil I was using, but when I went to switch, the three clicks literally did nothing. It wouldn't even respond to 5 clicks to turn off, but would still fire perfectly fine. It went back to normal after taking out the battery, but if I was walking my dog and only had one hand to use, it would be a pain in the ass. What if it was raining, and I didn't want to get water all inside my mod and on my battery? I know it's not the worst thing that could happen, but has anyone else encountered this?
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I've tried doing a little research and always come up with forum posts talking about specific batteries instead of what i actually want to know.
I am running :
0.15~ Ohm Coil on a combo rdta2
The spec sheet for the predator claims a 50a maximum output, but the HG2s are limited to 20a CDR (I think)
When running higher wattages, I'm hitting 22-25a on my screen and my device gets noticeably warmer than anything under 20a.
I understand that regulated mods shouldnt run outside of their specifications, but im wondering if this assumes your batteries are capable of driving that much.
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This is a test Google Doc about calculating battery current.
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Hey guys, got my Prism running with the Crown 3. Omg thank you to everyone who has helped me. The flavor and vapor I am getting is amazing. I have a question regarding the ohm reading. I am using the .25 coil that came pre installed but the ohm reading is all over the place. Goes from .26 to .40 today.
My grandpa has been smoking since he was a teenager and it’s caught up to him, recently diagnosed with lung cancer. I got him a Juul before his diagnosis to help him stop smoking, does anyone know if Juuls would still be harmful to him?
Anyone have experience with this? How much worse is cigarettes vs. juuls? Sorry if this question doesn’t fit into the thread, I’m trying to see how I can help him
I'd been vaping in Wattage control mode for the last 6 months or so since I got my vape (an eLeaf iStick Pico 25), and now I feel like an idiot, but I never knew how much difference temperature control could make.
Just today I accidentally hit some buttons and set it into TC mode (on the Stainless Steal setting) and I've just gotta say the taste is so much smoother.
I didn't realise what the difference would be. Basically, when you use a constant wattage, your coil will continue to heat up the longer you fire it. With TC mode, it drops down the wattage once the coil reaches a certain temperature, giving a much smoother taste on long hits.
10/10 highly recommended 😛
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Blitz has been around for awhile. Some hits, some misses. Let's go on a journey and find out if this is a home run or a swing and miss. This product was sent to me for the very review by the DX army at Heaven Gifts. Shout out to my home girl Sophia. If you can put up with me you are alright in my book.
They have been gracious enough to let me give 2 away. Hope you all know the drill by now. Be kind to each other, you can nominate in the comments. I'll be checking post history to ensure they go too a good home. Now on to the main event.
*3.5 <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice capacity
*easy push to open fill design
*dual or single coil
*elevated postless build deck
What's in my tight little box?
*1 extra glass
*2 extra drip tips
*1 accessory bag
*1 tri tool
The Blitz Intrepid can be configured in single or dual coil modes. The dual coil ceramic blocker comes installed. In your accessory bag you can locate the single. Mine didn't have the clear o ring already on the single so make sure you check yours. It's stainless steel constructed and has a few color options. Very nice static gold plated 510. There are 3 cyclops style air flow holes. The controller doesn't spin freely. It stops full open and full close. Just enough tolerance to move easily and stay in place. To dump your <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice in there is an indicator, simply pop it open, fill, shut. Rinse and repeat.
The build deck on the thing just makes sense for an RTA. It's raised so it's gonna be very difficult to get it to leak. I have yet to experience a drop of unwanted <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice and I am most certainly not a great builder. Sports a postless quad deck. I love when each lead gets it's very own screw. My leads are selfish, they don't like to share. Anyways just drop those bad boys in, and screw'em down. Insert cotton and stuff it in those <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice channels. The dual ceramic has 2 swoops making it easy to know where to put your coils. The single just has 1, obviously. Drip tip is proprietary, they toss in a couple different ones at least.
I sampled both offerings and stuck with the dual. The clear o rings are chinsy. I'd recommend you figure out which style you like the best and stick with it. I doubt the o rings hold up to constant changing. If you want to use the single you are limited to big coils. Gotta put a decent amount of cotton in those <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice channels.
Flavor and performance is par for the course with your top Rta's. It's up there with my favorites. The air flow is silky smooth. I don't like to rate flavor. Let's just say your favorite <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juices will taste like your favorite <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juices. Flavor can only get so good. I think we have already reached the point where your flavor is at "max taste" I'll call it. Something will probably come along and prove me wrong though.
Let's get into the pros and cons. I really only have one con. Those damn clear o rings. Everything else is a pro. Build quality, flavor, performance, all that jazz. I will highly recommend this thing to anyone looking for a new RTA.