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    Who wants 100 watts?

    Is there any logical reason to want 100w? Even at 0.2 ohms, 100 watts fires at 4.5 volts.... Why would anyone do this?

    And 150w mods? WTF?
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    See coal miner, he likes power vaping....
    I haven't needed more than 40watts so far.

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    I vape my cloupor on 10w generally for a 1.8 ohm coil. I dont get it when people are posting that their vaping at 25-30w i dont know how that can be a comfortable vape.

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    With the right coil it's fine. The answer is in customisability.

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    I can understand if you have an extreme sub-ohm coil like 0.2... but even then 100w would be shockingly hot. Almost smoking like.

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    I'm vaping about 25w atm, .59ohm dual coils on a mech.
    Highest I've vaped is around 40w - .34ohm duals again on a mech.

    Below 20w doesn't really do it for me, above 35w same.

    Can't see how anyone could enjoy 100w long term, maybe for shits & giggles, but you couldn't vape like that day in day out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.c View Post
    I vape my cloupor on 10w generally for a 1.8 ohm coil. I dont get it when people are posting that their vaping at 25-30w i dont know how that can be a comfortable vape.
    You can not run an 1.8ohm coil at 25-30w which would be over 7v which would burn your wicks out.
    0.5ohm coil at 30w is only 3.8v and very vapable
    EDIT: on another note you also will not vape an 0.5ohm on only 10w as it would equal to about 2.2v so hardly a puff and most mods can't go so low voltage
    Last edited by ratsacker; 04-02-15 at 03:19 PM.
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    Here's something you can use plenty watts on.
    Hahaha.

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    Hahahah... that's mad.

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    A .2ohm coil on a mechanical mod with a fresh battery is pushing is pushing around 80w and a bit and .2 is not really that extreme. With a 180w regulated box mod such as my trusty God mod I can do that with a 1ohm coil if I want. So no need to go sub ohm I can build bigger coils with more wire and bigger surface area and light em up in an instant. Then I can take my dripper off screw on a pro tank or something else drop the watts to 9 or 10 and head to work.
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