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    cant decide on mod.

    Hi. Im looking at giving temp control a shot and looking for a new mod. Im stuck between sigelei 75w or ipv4s. I much prefer the size of the 75w though dont like the idea of one battery. Then i think do i need 120watts of the ipv. My builds are usually .4 to 1 ohm. The only time ive vaped above 50watts is with atlantis 2 stock coils.

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    IPV D2 's are starting to appear in Oz . . . . Evic-VT ?

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    I have a few tanks that work below 30watts, in TC mode.
    So far TC is accessible to the DNA40 and evic VT.
    The next generation of tanks need more power.
    Looking at the Uwell Crown and the Smok TFV4. It seems +100watts will be the range required.
    I don't know what to think about TC, I rarely use Ni200 wire, and still have most of the nickel coils I bought with the tanks.
    I'm using Ti coils for regular vaping and in TC mode, I haven't had a problem in either, with my vapor flask and evic.
    I'm thinking of getting a new mod, which can handle 150watts.
    Like you I can't decide what to get.

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    I was looking at the evic but seems to similiar to my m80 which is my current daily. Ive got ti delta 2 coils and ni200 atlantis coils on the way. So to really future proof myself i should go for higher wattage mod.

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    Only a few TC mods will do ti, eVic, SX Mini (with latest firmware) and there is one other???. Unless you do a Disley and run ti in ni mode. Which whilst it will work may not be perfectly accurate.
    Last cigarette, 11:00 AM 11th March 2015.

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    All my Temp Mods are supposed to be Ni but I run Ti, I have my temp set at 120*C and 18w cotton builds.

    Did my first Ti Stainless today and it runs at 30w 120*C.

    I know my Mods are designed for Ni but at those setting's work perfectly using Ti.
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    Get a snow wolf! And if budget isn't a problem just wait a lil bit and get a dna 200 device...

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    Quote Originally Posted by disley View Post
    I have a few tanks that work below 30watts, in TC mode.
    So far TC is accessible to the DNA40 and evic VT.
    The next generation of tanks need more power.
    Looking at the Uwell Crown and the Smok TFV4. It seems +100watts will be the range required.
    I don't know what to think about TC, I rarely use Ni200 wire, and still have most of the nickel coils I bought with the tanks.
    I'm using Ti coils for regular vaping and in TC mode, I haven't had a problem in either, with my vapor flask and evic.
    I'm thinking of getting a new mod, which can handle 150watts.
    Like you I can't decide what to get.
    What settings do you use for your Ti wire? And what awg wire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolous View Post
    What settings do you use for your Ti wire? And what awg wire?
    Ti coils last a long time.
    I'm using 26g titanium wire in a Lemo 1 on my vapor flask, I have the temperature set at 360F and the watts anywhere between 26w and 36w.
    I like 24g and 26g titanium wire. 9 or 10 wraps.
    28g is a bit thin but ok for twisting together, for a coil.

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    Just picked up a ipv4s. Is titanium easy to work with?

 

 
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