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    Ego One Mini very hot

    Hi
    My Ego One Mini is very hot.. to hold and also the vapour is very warm which I'm not enjoying. Do you think this is normal or might there be something wrong with it?

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    I stopped vaping on it becuase of that reason. i was on the 0.5ohms coil though.
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    The wife runs the I think 1ohm coil with no dramas maybe put that in


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    How many vapes do u take at one time? Mine usually gets hot only around the tank area not really the battery, on 0.5ohm coil

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    The wife dont vape much
    Heat around the tank is normal its heat on the battery that is a worry
    My RTAs heat right up with chain vaping
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    Doesn't the mini have 2 modes (1 regulated and 1 that just passes the battery voltage straight through? )
    thought you could switch between by using 3 clicks (might have been 5 clicks, cant remember but whichever isn't the one to turn it off)
    the reason I'm asking is if you have a fresh charged battery running 0.5 ohms it could be pretty warm if it's in the mode where it just passes about 4.2V straight through.
    Also if the battery is running low the actual battery itself could get warm due to being under stress
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