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    Ohms Meter/Reader

    What is the most accurate ohms reader/meter that is available here in australia?

    Need your help guys!

    I'm actually located in melbourne, victoria.

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    Available at a few places but out of stock at many currently .. HoV has some tho https://houseofvape.com.au/vape/rebu...aster-521-tab/

    Bit overkill maybe , but if you build a lot , probably well worth it

    I use this one currently
    https://houseofvape.com.au/vape/accessories/ohm-meter/
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    picked up a Coil master Tab from Vapoureyes last week, very handy device, just make sure you put a good battery in it.
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    Most accurate? USA ohm meter. Vapoureyes sell them for around $40 I think.

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    The coilmasters can be way off on readings

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    1 vote for DogMan because squonkers, dogs, chooks and brevity

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogMan View Post
    The coilmasters can be way off on readings

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    I noticed that too. Picked one up from VE about a month ago. I think it has to do with the 510 connection. Some are pretty accurate on mine but some atty's are just way off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hex View Post
    I noticed that too. Picked one up from VE about a month ago. I think it has to do with the 510 connection. Some are pretty accurate on mine but some atty's are just way off.
    mine seems to read pretty accurate but don't go below about 0.3ohm.
    If I was going super Sub Ohm I wouldn't trust anything lesser than a quality brand name Multimeter. The plus or minus errors stated by most cheap Multi meters is more than the coil on many super sub ohm builds
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    I'll just leave this here
    http://www.shop.usaohmmeters.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by D1git View Post
    mine seems to read pretty accurate but don't go below about 0.3ohm.
    If I was going super Sub Ohm I wouldn't trust anything lesser than a quality brand name Multimeter. The plus or minus errors stated by most cheap Multi meters is more than the coil on many super sub ohm builds
    I just built a 0.8 clapton on my velocity deck (Subox reads 0.9, Realeaux and XCubeII reads 0.8) on the Coil Master it's ready about 0.69. That's quite a difference. Have noticed that on several dual coil builds too. Checked all screws and contacts, everything seem to be solid. I might be doing something wrong or the that ohm meter is playing up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hex View Post
    I just built a 0.8 clapton on my velocity deck (Subox reads 0.9, Realeaux and XCubeII reads 0.8) on the Coil Master it's ready about 0.69. That's quite a difference. Have noticed that on several dual coil builds too. Checked all screws and contacts, everything seem to be solid. I might be doing something wrong or the that ohm meter is playing up.
    I find mine is just about spot on between the Coil Master Evic mini and Sigelei to within about 0.01 on the TFV4 and Mutation X v4.
    Really need to check accuracy against a good multimeter to get a real idea of how accurate it really is as mod Ohm readings can be a bit off also.
    Might be worth making sure you got a fully charged battery in it to, not sure how much that effects things.
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