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    Default Non mechanical mods that can sub ohm?

    I am already on order for a dna 20 box mod but is there any other mods or e cigs that can sub ohm or atleast fire a 1 ohm coil? Im having trouble looking for a back up
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    VV 18650 w/ Volt Meter always out of stock

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    A MVP version 2 will fire a 1 ohm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alejandro Rayas View Post
    VV 18650 w/ Volt Meter always out of stock
    You own/use this... and it will go sub-ohm? I'm asking because of this:

    "All units are tested prior to shipping with various ranges of Atomizers, Cartomizer, and Tank systems from 1.5 ohm to 4 ohm, including Dual Coils."

    Leads one to believe it may have a lower limit... ya' know. :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Flames11112
    A MVP version 2 will fire a 1 ohm
    All the Innokin APVs will fire at or near 1.0Ω (even the 3.0 )... but they get a "little warm", so I tend to stay above 1.3Ω.

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    any dna20 mod will do
    the semovar handles 1 ohm
    mechanical with a kick chip

    there not many as sub ohm and regulation dont really go together. sub ohm is basically to counter the non regulation of a mechanical, and when using a regulated output there isnt really a need for high wattage so the choices will be slim.
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    provari fires 1 ohm but low voltage.... more like 1.2 to 1.5 ohm vapes really well

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    Look at all the above posts. See how they sneak the ohms up and then discuss the real issue: watts.

    If you have a regulated VV device, you can always up the voltage to compensate for the increased ohms. That's not to say that all combinations work, nor that it's 100% identical. But rather, that you can "get a regulated device to work".

    The real question is...do you know the difference between using a sub-ohm coil on a mech, a micro-coil on a mech, a micro-coil on a regulated device, and a standard coil? Turns out you can get a real decent vape a lot of ways.

    So if you don't mind "fudging" stuff a bit to make the electronics work, many of the higher-wattage PVs will work for you. If you insist on 26 ga wire and .5 ohms (or whatever)....well, get a mech and good batteries and a multi-meter and understand it all.
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    I dont own just an idea for a possible device

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    I mostly want a mod for back up that can atleast fire 1 ohm due to have ima use 28 kanthal and make micro coils

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    Or should i use 30 gauge and buy a normal mod? Do lower ohms vs a timy bit higher ohms make a difference?

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