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Thread: EOI Ismoka Eleaf Istick - Usage

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    EOI Ismoka Eleaf Istick - Usage

    Hey all,
    like many here I got on board for the Gruffys co-op EOI Ismoka Eleaf Istick .

    already started wondering what types of tanks or atomisers ,carto thingys u guys will be using with the device?

    I intend on trying the emow tank straight up givin that's my only option but interested in other thoughts?

    cheers
    Guvna the vaper

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    mini nautilus or a silo lite with bvc coils havnt decided yet
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    +1 for nautilus mini.
    looks good, vapes great, lasts as long as a full naut mini lasts
    With the incredible range of watts the naut mini's BVC coils handle there is zero issues with the whole avg v rms thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    +1 for nautilus mini.
    looks good, vapes great, lasts as long as a full naut mini lasts
    With the incredible range of watts the naut mini's BVC coils handle there is zero issues with the whole avg v rms thing
    pardon my newbness but wtf is "avg v rms thing "


    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guvna View Post
    pardon my newbness but wtf is "avg v rms thing "


    lol
    G

    watch this

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    I've been looking for a mini dripper for when I get mine but honestly I think I will just chuck the mini naut on for a fuss free setup. I will prolly also try a single coil on an Atomic dripper just for shits n giggles.

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    Erlkonigin looks like a good rebuildable option, would be perfect with some sort of nano kit.

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    Small mod requires a small atty solution IMO
    Ignore the Super-moderator tag in my profile, I have resigned from that position but admin have not updated my profile as yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtadmin View Post
    Small mod requires a small atty solution IMO
    With the greatest respect, no.
    Atty should be respectable multiple of battery life.
    IE, an iStick from fully charged will vaporise 3.6 full fills of a Nautilus mini.
    I'd be more precise but my iStick was/is a deadun.

    *depends on your mobile juice position
    *Prefer a Larger mod with a full size thing
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    This is gonna be my out and about device, so mls is gonna be the decided.

    I have a mini nautilus, which I love, but capacity may be an issue. I have a silo on the way, I feel that they'll be a nice match for one another.

    Having said that - I don't have either yet

 

 
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