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    Temp sensing for normal vapers at higher Ohms

    I just like a flavourful & reasonably dense vape but when temp sensing chips came out I thought they would be the way to go but everything I read about them they seem to be only for you abnormal lot that like making large to huge clouds. Us old people have delicate under performing lungs after a lifetime of smoking & we can't take to sub ohms.
    Will temp sensing be vapable for us old blokes? I didn't mention the girls because they can only vape pink mods at 1.8 Ohmms.
    The lowest I can vape is about .9 with the kayfun plus & rose clones, the .5 of the Kangor Subtank Mini was way too much for me even though I use lung hits the smallest air flow seemed too much even.
    What is the highest ohms you can use with temp sensing coils, I can make my own?
    Thanks all:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    I just like a flavourful & reasonably dense vape but when temp sensing chips came out I thought they would be the way to go but everything I read about them they seem to be only for you abnormal lot that like making large to huge clouds. Us old people have delicate under performing lungs after a lifetime of smoking & we can't take to sub ohms.
    Will temp sensing be vapable for us old blokes? I didn't mention the girls because they can only vape pink mods at 1.8 Ohmms.
    The lowest I can vape is about .9 with the kayfun plus & rose clones, the .5 of the Kangor Subtank Mini was way too much for me even though I use lung hits the smallest air flow seemed too much even.
    What is the highest ohms you can use with temp sensing coils, I can make my own?
    Thanks all:-)
    The ohms hardly matter. Temp sensing mods go down to around 1 or 2 watts. I'm sure you'd be able to vape at your desired speed. The hard part would be building and wicking nickel coils.
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    You can get temp coils for the nautilus mini and you dont blow big clouds you dont have to vape high watts

    Nautilus Nickel BVC Coils - 0.3ohm Temperature Sensing Coils | VapourEyes
    Last edited by shanea1; 23-05-15 at 05:55 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    I just like a flavourful & reasonably dense vape but when temp sensing chips came out I thought they would be the way to go but everything I read about them they seem to be only for you abnormal lot that like making large to huge clouds. Us old people have delicate under performing lungs after a lifetime of smoking & we can't take to sub ohms.
    Will temp sensing be vapable for us old blokes? I didn't mention the girls because they can only vape pink mods at 1.8 Ohmms.
    The lowest I can vape is about .9 with the kayfun plus & rose clones, the .5 of the Kangor Subtank Mini was way too much for me even though I use lung hits the smallest air flow seemed too much even.
    What is the highest ohms you can use with temp sensing coils, I can make my own?
    Thanks all:-)
    You've got nothing to worry about Rod. Just like Vapetoomuch said, the hardest part is building and wicking the coil.
    Once you have a really good and stable build, you can just adjust the temp and wattage to your liking.

    I built a 0.12 ohm using 28g ni200 on a 3mm drill bit 9-10 wraps, set the temp at 410F and wattage at 10 and being honest with you my silo with the 1.6ohm coil produce a bigger and denser clouds at the same wattage.

    If you use Steam Engine and compare your kanthal build to your nickel build, the nickel comes as a colder vape at the same wattage.
    The flavour is slightly better with nickel.

    The reason that i hardly use nickel is because I have OCD lol.
    Once I'm used to something I'm reluctant to change. In this case it is because i vape at 10W and i know with that wattage i need to change my battery every night after dinner, so if i use nickel to get the similar vape as kanthal as far as heat Flux is concern i have to put it up to 14W, somehow i just don't like seeing a different number once I'm used to something and also i will need to change the battery twice a day.

    I thought I'm living a simple life by keeping everything the same day in day out, but my missus thinks otherwise, she would say I'm complicated :P

    So go for it, you'll be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    I didn't mention the girls because they can only vape pink mods at 1.8 Ohmms.


    Um what you said

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    Hey Rod, I am currently using my silo with TSCs at 0.04 ohms at 28watts on my SX Mini and there are no big clouds and I have COPD.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs308hjute View Post
    Hey Rod, I am currently using my silo with TSCs at 0.04 ohms at 28watts on my SX Mini and there are no big clouds and I have COPD.....
    Rod We could fill this thread with pink vape gear pics if you like
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    Thanks all:-) I was thinking that low Ohms means full on clouds of vapour so I can just turn the power down & vape normally, that's great.
    One more beginners question. Is temp sensing vaping any healthier than Kanthal vaping for a low power user like me. I normally vape at about 12w & that's with a .9 to 1.3ohm coils. The strange thing is I'm even vaping the Nautilus Mini 1.8 ohms at 12w as well. This doesn't seem to compute a.
    Gawd I just posted this & then saw the very manly posts from Chriss & the Mrs. I think at my power settings I might start buying pink gear:-)
    Last edited by rodbam; 23-05-15 at 06:18 PM.
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    LOl @ Rod, I usually vape at 8w, but with these new coils, I had to turn it up to 28 as there is no taste at 8. (I have no idea how to use the sx yet, but will learn)
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