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    The Melo 3 is a sub ohm tank so it isn't the best choice for MTL vaping because MTL needs a tight draw. You will get a better vape from that tank if you try direct lung (DL) inhales & DL seems smoother on the throat than MTL to me. You don't have to blow large clouds with DL as this is governed by how long you inhale for. I'm really old & I DL & blow small clouds. Like Rocky said the drip tip doesn't alter the vape that much it's the airflow etc.
    If you can find a higher ohm coil that will fit say about 1.3, 1.5 or 1.8ohm as these coils will have smaller dia coils than the one you are using & they will restrict the airflow enough for using MTL.
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    Cheers.

    I’ll look into specialised tanks for mouth to lung tonight.
    I’m going to be a bit of a stickler when it comes to my next tank. Im going to want something I can get for the pico, black, and silver, MTL dedicated and decent ohms with prebuilt and coil buildable I think. And absolutely no leaks.

    Blowing huge clouds is not why I’m doing this, and anyone that has seen me trying the 0mg stuff kinda looks at me weird already, so I don’t want to much attention.
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    I think the main thing if you want to do MTL on the Melo, is getting the right coil. Most of the higher resistance vertical coils have a tight airflow. Here's a thread about Melo III coils:

    Which coils fit Melo 3 tank?
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    Fasttech have about 10,000 listings for drip tips: https://www.fasttech.com/category/3019/drip-tips-ss

    My favourite for drippers is the widebore teflon one: https://www.fasttech.com/p/2492800 Note this is done by dispensing with the need for o-rings.

    For a narrower bore these are useful: https://www.fasttech.com/p/2494400

    Hint: look at all the photos, and especially the size of the hole through the 510 part. Fasttech usually do a great photo shoot on each and every product, even individual drip tips. With a bit of practice you can get a pretty good idea of what you are buying (usually only takes one or two purchases to get good at it)

    Hint #2: choose items that are listed as "in stock" if you can, unless it's something specific that you really want. Times listed for delivery from manufacturers (Ships in xx days etc) should be taken with a grain of salt. They might be right, or they might not...
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    Handy links, still a little hard for to tell what’s actually compatible (from below link in particular), at the very least they have my Coils cheap
    https://m.fasttech.com/p/5487600

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    Fasttech have about 10,000 listings for drip tips: https://www.fasttech.com/category/3019/drip-tips-ss

    My favourite for drippers is the widebore teflon one: https://www.fasttech.com/p/2492800 Note this is done by dispensing with the need for o-rings.

    For a narrower bore these are useful: https://www.fasttech.com/p/2494400

    Hint: look at all the photos, and especially the size of the hole through the 510 part. Fasttech usually do a great photo shoot on each and every product, even individual drip tips. With a bit of practice you can get a pretty good idea of what you are buying (usually only takes one or two purchases to get good at it)

    Hint #2: choose items that are listed as "in stock" if you can, unless it's something specific that you really want. Times listed for delivery from manufacturers (Ships in xx days etc) should be taken with a grain of salt. They might be right, or they might not...
    Thanks a bunch bunch. Saved the fasttech site last night for bottle and hadn’t got to check it out yet.
    As they have my Coils cheap, and now this info I’m going to have to make a booking, and gets me some stuff!

    LBH

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    Just a thought though, I saw the heads had free postage ... is that just for USA and if not australia.too = yes then me.sad else me.happy end if
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionhead View Post
    Handy links, still a little hard for to tell what’s actually compatible (from below link in particular), at the very least they have my Coils cheap
    https://m.fasttech.com/p/5487600
    Well, they are authentic coils. You can't see the coil inside because of the anti spatter mesh that is in the top, but at those wattages (8-25 watts), it's going to be a single vertical coil for sure. I couldn't find any decent reviews of it, but it's likely to be a more restricted DL, rather than MTL vape. You don't know if it's for you until you try it though, it's good to try a range of things.

    When trying new coils like this start off with low power and work your way up.
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    The ML in ECML is for mtl, released a few months back I believe. Since I have pico/melo 3 rig I thought I would start with heads designed for it
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    Maybe look at a nautilis, silo or a kabuki clone both very good mtl tanks. If ur lucky i maybe able to send you a vika clone that we just did a group buy of and imo is one of the best mtl tank going around using a nautilis bvc 1.8 coil.

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