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  1. Eleaf GS Air Tank recoiling and rewicking video

    by , 03-17-2015 at 07:29 AM
    One of our own on the Eleaf Air Tank thread, was kind enuf to make this video on how to recoil and rewick the stock coils.

    Thank you, Cheechako!

  2. variable voltage and wattage

    by , 01-31-2015 at 06:46 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Katya View Post
    Hi royzle and welcome.

    Kanger recommends 5.5-7.5 watts per single coil. However, your 1.8Ω emow is a dual coil atomizer, which means it consists of two 3.6Ω coils configured in parallel. You should, therefore, calculate your wattage based on the 3.6Ω figure to obtain a satisfying results. Always start a bit low and then increase the wattage (or voltage) to your liking. I usually vape my dual coil atties at 4.2-4.6v, or 10-12 watts.

    More on the subject:

  3. If the 50W Is As Good As The 30W, Stand aside, Innokin (by aldenf)

    by , 01-22-2015 at 07:11 AM


    Quote Originally Posted by aldenf View Post
    For $50, if iSmoka builds the 50W like my 30W, it will clean up...

    For those looking for complete empirical test results, they'll be a while. The 30W is performing so well for me that any further testing is purely academic. I will post scope traces at the end. I did an unboxing post on the main iStick thread, if anyone's
  4. The Innokin iTaste VV V3 owners group - Charging your device

    by , 07-10-2014 at 08:19 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by DavidOck View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SpectorMax View Post
    I have one that plugs into the wall and has a USB port on it, on the charger it says "Output 5V/500mA" it came with my ego. Just wanted to make sure that this was ok to use and that it doesn't degrade the battery over time. For example a lot of people say they use their phone adapter to charge the battery which will probably work ok but some chargers will charge a device faster than others like the iPhone charger vs. the iPad charger. You could use the iPad charger but it does put out
  5. ~The Billet BoX~ Part 3 (Maintenance, Miscellaneous)

    by , 05-19-2014 at 06:51 PM
    The Billet Box FAQ:
    By Vapian, Version 1.3, May 2014
    Graciously reviewed/edited by Drunk_J & Katdarling


    Routine maintenance of the Billet Box is recommended as follows:

    Every week or two, or any time the sliding door requires more forced to open or begins to sound or feel as if it is grinding:
    - Remove the door.
    - Use a paper towel, toothpick and/or cotton swab to clean the side rails on the door, the slots ...

    Updated 05-20-2014 at 05:14 AM by Katdarling

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