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    Product review: Nano-Oil lube

    The nice folk over at CandlePower Forums make Vapers look like dilettantes. Talk about obsessive-compulsive.
    One of the areas they've been excessively researching is lubrication, and the current pick is Nano Oil "10 weight"

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    I got a bottle from the usual sources and have to say it's pretty awesome. I've used it on my mod threads and metal things
    like juice tins, and in every case it's reduced friction and noise. A friend's comment: it makes his Provari feel like a new one.
    3 or 4 tiny drops worked in well is enough, so a tube will last a while.

    I should be at the Sydney Vapebash if anyone wants to try it.
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    Looked on their site, can't see anything about conductive properties...
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    Using molybdenum di sulphide grease on my threads and it does have conductive properties and is way more slippery than carbon grease...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noe View Post
    Looked on their site, can't see anything about conductive properties...
    I'm not running sub-ohm coils on high-current draw mech mods, just cartos and electric mods. On that combo the lube is working fine.

 

 

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