Originally Posted by

**Cman1337**
I use a SS Quasar by Cosmic innovations with 6 wraps of 24 guage wire. Comes out to 0.190 ohms.

WAT. Don't go that low. It's not needed and there are a laundry list of reasons not to including battery safety, acrolein production, etc.

Originally Posted by

**Striknine**
Just purchased an Igo-T and would like to try out dripping in lieu of using a tank. How many wraps and what gauge does everyone recommend for a single or double coil build?

I have been using a kayfun for the last month with 12 wraps of 28ga. on 5/64" bit and that seems to be working fine for now.

Just looking for some good direction to start dripping and a good coil to start with. BTW I'm using cotton as a wick material. Thanks

Sounds like you're off to a great start with rebuildables.

**Here are some basic charts to help you:**
Kanthal A-1 Wire Specs: (Ohms Per Inch)

•28 AWG- 0.439 Ohms/in, 0.0508 Diameter (in.)

•30 AWG- 0.696 Ohms/in, 0.0100 Diameter (in.)

•32 AWG- 1.091 Ohms/in, 0.0080 Diameter (in.)

•33 AWG- 1.383 Ohms/in, 0.0071 Diameter (in.)

•34 AWG- 1.758 Ohms/in, 0.0063 Diameter (in.)

**And here are coils people have reported they like to wrap:**
__28 Gauge__
28g Kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on):toothpick

Number of wraps:10

Measured Ohms of coil: 1.4

28g Kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): 1/16 drill bit

Number of wraps:9

Measured Ohms of coil: 1.4

28g Kanthal A-1

Coil size (what you wrap it on): 2mm diameter screwdriver

Number of wraps: 9

Measured Ohms of coil: 1.2 ohm

28g Kanthal A-1

Coil size (what you wrap it on): 2mm diameter screwdriver

Number of wraps: 6

Measured Ohms of coil: .9 ohm

DUAL COIL: 28g Kanthal

ID: 1/16"

Number of wraps each: 8

RES: 0.5Ω. . . (1Ω/ea)

28g Kanthal A1

size (ID): 1/16" drill bit

Number of wraps: 12

resistance: 2.1Ω

28g Kanthal A-1

Coil size (what you wrap it on):16 gauge needle

Number of wraps: 7/8

Measured Ohms of coil: ~1.0ohm

28g kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): 1/16" drill bit

Number of wraps: 11

Measured Ohms of coil: 1.5 ohm

28 awg Kanthal A1

1/16 drill bit

Number of wraps:10

1.2Ω on rm2

28 ga

8 wraps

1/16" drill bit

1.0 ohm

28 awg Kanthal A1

Wraped on .0625" (1/16") music wire

Number of wraps: 10

1.2Ω

28 AWG Kanthal A1

1/16 drill bit

Number of wraps: 5

0.9Ω

__30 Gauge__
30 gauge Kanthal

4 wraps on 1/16" drill bit

1.02 ohms

30 awg Kanthal A1

Wrapped on .0625" (1/16") music wire

Number of wraps: 12

2.2Ω

DUAL COIL: 30 awg Kanthal A1

Wrapped on .047" music wire

Number of wraps each: 16

2.6Ω ea, total 1.3Ω

30 ga Kanthal A1

~1/16 jeweler's screwdriver

11 wraps

1.82 ohms

30g Kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): a heavy paperclip leg that's about equivalent to a 16g needle

Number of wraps: 10

1.8 ohms

30 ga kanthal

coil / size "ID" 1.96 mm "screw driver"

Number of wraps: 7

1.6 ohm

30g Kanthal

1/16 drill bit

Number of wraps:9

1.6 ohms

30ga kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): Doubled-over 3mm silica

Number of wraps: 4

1 ohm

30 ga Kanthal

~1/16 screwdriver

11 wraps

1.78 ohms

30 AWG Kanthal A1

1/16 drill bit

13/14 wraps

2.5Ω

30g Kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): Supe's 17g needle

Number of wraps: 10

1.9 ohms

__32 Gauge__
32g Kanthal A-1

wrapped on a tiny screwdriver, roughly the size of a 16 gauge needle

Number of wraps: 17

Measured Ohms of coil: ~3.0ohm

32 awg twisted 2 stands

Wrapped on 1mm Ekowool with .039" (1mm) music wire core

8 wraps

1.1Ω

32g kanthal

Coil size (what you wrap it on): 1/16" drill bit

Number of wraps: 10

2.4 ohm

32g Kanthal

wrapped on a paperclip leg

Number of wraps: 14 or 15?

3.8 ohms

32 gauge twisted

wrapped on a round wooden toothpick

Number of wraps: 6

1.4 ohms