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    Holy crap!

    Minnaz droped off some attys at my shop yesterday (thanks man), including a kraken clone.

    So I built it last night with dual 5 wrap 30g coils (at .5 ohm) & dual hollow 400 mesh wicks.

    Oh

    My

    God

    I thought my DID clone with .9 ohm 28g coil & mesh wick hit pretty hard, it ain't got nothing on this baby!

    I had to find an old plastic drip tip, metal one was getting too hot (I kinda chain vape hard), opened up the air holes to max so it wasn't tearing my lungs up so hard.

    I think I just got addicted to sub ohm.





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    Be careful. Don't be stupid.
    Listen to the people that have been vaping long term and didn't learn to coil on YouTube.

    There are REAL dangers vaping any VG at those coil temperatures.
    More dangerous than cigarettes.
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    ?......... Wrong link

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    How low cop. I usually have my gennies at 1 ohm, also any dual coil RDAs, but a fair few builds end up around 0.8 - 0.9 and that's close enough for me.

    Mostly vape with RBA tanks and 1.3 ohm though.

    I'm a 70-30 PG/VG vaper mainly, but again, 60-40 is close enough to be good enough for me.
    Too much VG I think is bad, as it's well known to build up residue where ever it's vaped, rooms/cars etc, so lungs too.
    Last edited by coopz; 05-07-14 at 12:10 PM.


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    Coils are good, burned them in 1 at a time & got em nice individually, then put both in & went through it all again, no hot spots, no hot legs, no burny stuff!
    I'm only taking short hits from it coz, well, you can't take big ones!

    Having said that I reckon I'm gonna re-do it tonight with 7 wind coils, if anything it hits a little too hard, gonna shoot for closer to .8 ohm to mellow it a little.

    Quick question tho:

    Coils individually are 1 ohm, they should not get any hotter (& don't appear to) than a single coil at 1 ohm, you're just doubling the vapour volume by having 2 of them.
    Provided you don't overtax the battery how can this be any more harmfull than a single coil at 1 ohm?

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    Have a look at acrolein production.
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    Quote Originally Posted by <---cop View Post
    Be careful. Don't be stupid.
    Listen to the people that have been vaping long term and didn't learn to coil on YouTube.

    There are REAL dangers vaping any VG at those coil temperatures.
    More dangerous than cigarettes.
    I would say there could potentially be issues, Nothing with any hard data behind it yet though as far as i have seen. There was one article but the way they tested was so off its not applicable.

    Can you link me to any new scientific findings?

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    Got my attention ! More info please !
    *I Use Clones*

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    When glycerol (also called glycerin) is heated to 280 C, it decomposes into acrolein.

    What ohm coil with what amp battery will heat a coil over 280c? Given that e-liquid is being heated to a point of evaporation coupled with the fact that your e-liquid will cool down a coil and regulate the temperature to a degree i would love to see some hard evidence.

 

 
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