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    Benefits of Sub Ohm Coils?

    Hey guys,

    Just curious as to what benefits/Difference there are running a sub ohm coil?
    I use a micro coil at 1.3 Ohms on my kaylight..

    Thanks,

    Glen

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    More vapour, blows clouds.
    But it's dangerous IF you don't know what you are doing or use crap batteries.

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    Ahh i only use AW IMR 18650/500's

    i have one in my Kaylight atm.. all my juice seem to have a different/better flavour. was just curious if this was because of the low ohms or?..

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    yeah get more flavour, TH, and vapour
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    Yeah, I've noticed the flavor is rather amazing!

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    Probably a really dumb question since I've never bothered exploring them, but how does the juice not get burnt? Or are they always multiple coils? Like 2 x 1.5 coils giving you 0.7 ohms?

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    Juice never gets burnt, wicks do.
    Hypothetically if it was hot enough and with enough oxygen exposure the juice would catch fire though.
    Also on a dual it would mean both coils fired like 0.7s not 1.5s.
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    Okay allow me to rephrase. What stops the juice from being vapourised too quickly leaving you with the taste of dry wick?

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    For me... Having a fat coil with a fat wick and plenty of juice.
    Ekowool or cotton can soak up alot of juice and pretty fast too.

    But you still have to redrip every couple of hits.
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    I use 500 ss mesh for my gennie wicks. Always keeps the coil loaded with plenty of juice.

 

 
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