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    How long will an evod last

    As per title how long will an evod last ? Or alternatively how long will a 2.4 wick last in a vivi nova ?

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    There is no precise time on what you're asking for. Too many factors to take into consideration. Some juices just set large layers of carbon and give up after a short time whilst others may last you up to 6 months. Not to mention you could open one and it could be DOA meaning it last you 0 days.

    Best thing about an EVOD is you can buy replacement heads for them. So the unit itself should last you as long as you want it to whilst the head (coil) might not.

    I'd say though they should last around 3 weeks - 2 months per coil. If you have an ultrasonic cleaner then maybe longer. If it's anything like the MT3 though you'll fill it up and it will burn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottyhooton View Post
    As per title how long will an evod last ?...
    About 2 weeks per coil on average ... but you must take into account the juice you are using
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    So ..... How about the vivi nova wiks ?? Do they last longer than a coil ? I'm mostly vaping clear juices , apple , black briar , wicked mint , strawberry ect

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    They're all the same thing. A coil with silica. Same will apply. 2 - 3 weeks depending on how much you use it, what juice you're vaping etc.

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    Sweet . Thanks for the info guys , so basically you need to order more every week or two .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottyhooton View Post
    Sweet . Thanks for the info guys , so basically you need to order more every week or two .
    Just order a packet of 5 replacement heads when you also get the EVOD
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    Or learn how to make your own coils. I reckon I can recoil a vivi head in under 5 minutes.
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    Yes, very easy to recoil.
    I'm a beginner and found it easy thanks to this video.
    eVod MT BCC - review & rebuild - YouTube
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