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Originally Posted by b7u3angel
Im trying to wrap my head around the ohms law/safety and I think I get it but then I realize I dont. I read some more and learn more but dont understand. Can someone explain it for the dumb noob over here?
Like I'm thinking its this, you build your coil and it comes in at 0.19 ohms. I have a 3.7 volt mnke 26650 battery. Now im under the impression this is safe because when I bought my set up the guy in the vape store built my coil for free. Well I've been reading more and now im doubting
Updated Today at 01:49 PM by Baditude
Many vapers are asking the best way to get into dripping on a mechanical mod and RBA without breaking their bank account. I've carefully chosen the following recommendations based on my experience which can provide an inexpensive quality setup, and added suggestions for the tools & supplies needed to make coils.
The Silver Bullet and IGO-W were my first mech mod and rebuildable drip atomizer which are still in use today. I'm using a dual microcoil build @ 0.6 ohms with organic
Updated 08-17-2014 at 09:03 PM by Baditude
So here is my take on an ohmís law explanation using a power wheel as an anology. Strap your butts on and letís go!
Section 1: The parts of Ohm's law
If we take a look at the graphic below you will see whatís known as the Ohmís law triangle, aka your cheat sheet for this section. To understand what this all means we first need to understand the three components of Ohmís Law: Voltage, Resistance, and Amperage
Updated 08-17-2014 at 02:28 PM by Baditude
Nearly every day a new thread on ECF is started asking what is so special about the Provari from Provape. So to appease those people's questions, I've decided to add another title to my blogs with a collection of facts and opinions about the Provari.
The Provari was first introduced in 2010. Since its introduction it has become the "gold standard" of regulated advanced personal vaporizors due to its quality of build, quality of parts used, and the attention to manufacturing
Updated 08-15-2014 at 02:35 AM by Baditude
This blog article is an adapted version of an article written by Timmothy Braun, an vaper enthusiast and battery expert. This is the first part of two parts. This is provided for those mod users who desire a more technical understanding of the batteries used in mods, and should provide a better understanding on the different battery chemistries and how to identify the proper battery for your intended application.
In a mechanical mod with a metal piston switch and no wiring, your weak
Updated 08-13-2014 at 01:17 AM by Baditude