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Thread: Aspire coils what Ohms? & Silo Lite

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    Aspire coils what Ohms? & Silo Lite

    Gday all I'm using my Nautilus Mini more & more because I'm trying for less vapour ( or should I say less dense vapour) than I get from my Kayfun & Rose clones because my chest is showing signs of getting a bit wheezy. The Mini seems to vape well with the 1.8 Ohm coils that came with it (they read as 1.9 on my mod) I have to order more coils & my gut instinct was to get the 1.6 Ohm as I vape my rebuildables at up to 1.3 Ohms. Is their any logic that the 1.8 Ohms would be more suited to the Mini or will I get as good or better vape with the 1.6 Ohm ones. Sounds like a bit of a daft question when it's only point 2 of an Ohm difference but there must be some differences I imagine.
    I'm also thinking of buying the Beyond Vape Silo Lite tank & I will have the same choice of Ohms if I buy the Aspire BDC coils for it.

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    The Nautilus BVC coils are interchangeable between the Silo Tank and Nautilus Tank.
    It's more expensive than the lite, but also has more options and holds more juice.
    I can get almost as much vape as a sub ohm, from the Silo, but it's much easier on the lungs than sub ohming.
    I still use the Silo Tank for my first vape in the morning, to get some nic into me without feeling breathless.
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    Thanks Disley, the only reason I was looking at the Silo light is it will be a better fit on my Clouper Mini. I know the full size Silo has had great reviews & the same coils as the Nautilus is very tempting.
    What Ohm coils do you use in your Silo?

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    1.6 or 1.8ohms, I can't really tell the difference.
    I run the Nautilus BVC coils at 13watts.
    I start at 10w and increase until I get to the right temp and volume of clouds.
    I believe the lite uses less watts.
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    Thanks Disley:-)

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    Im exactly the same as Disley in that regard, and can recommend both tanks. You're running the same coils anyway

    PS Rodbam, I read that you have a Cloupor Mini. I'm about to receive a free gift from a vendor of a Cloupor Mini Silicone case (black) and I dont have the mod, nor do I particularly need one. If you PM me your deets I can send it off to you once it arrives? It's coming via SingPost, but it was dispatched on the 5th, shouldnt be too long.

    Let me know, cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    Gday all I'm using my Nautilus Mini more & more because I'm trying for less vapour ( or should I say less dense vapour) than I get from my Kayfun & Rose clones because my chest is showing signs of getting a bit wheezy. The Mini seems to vape well with the 1.8 Ohm coils that came with it (they read as 1.9 on my mod) I have to order more coils & my gut instinct was to get the 1.6 Ohm as I vape my rebuildables at up to 1.3 Ohms. Is their any logic that the 1.8 Ohms would be more suited to the Mini or will I get as good or better vape with the 1.6 Ohm ones. Sounds like a bit of a daft question when it's only point 2 of an Ohm difference but there must be some differences I imagine.
    I'm also thinking of buying the Beyond Vape Silo Lite tank & I will have the same choice of Ohms if I buy the Aspire BDC coils for it.
    Go to Mod range | Steam Engine | free vaping calculators, pick your mod & check it's "Sweet spot"!
    eg for a MVP 2.0 it's Sweet spot is 1.85 Ω
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol y Sombra View Post
    Im exactly the same as Disley in that regard, and can recommend both tanks. You're running the same coils anyway

    PS Rodbam, I read that you have a Cloupor Mini. I'm about to receive a free gift from a vendor of a Cloupor Mini Silicone case (black) and I dont have the mod, nor do I particularly need one. If you PM me your deets I can send it off to you once it arrives? It's coming via SingPost, but it was dispatched on the 5th, shouldnt be too long.

    Let me know, cheers
    Geez that's fantastic Benj I have just sent a PM. Thanks a lot:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snidely_Whiplash View Post
    Go to Mod range | Steam Engine | free vaping calculators, pick your mod & check it's "Sweet spot"!
    eg for a MVP 2.0 it's Sweet spot is 1.85 Ω
    Thanks for that Snidely I will give that a go.

 

 

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