The Big Brother of Aqua !
What is it?
This is a take on the Aqua, a dual coil design Kayfunish SRTA (Silica based Rebuildable Tank Atomizer). Done better due to its wider girth ~ thus more deck real estate, thus easier to build and intakes more juice. And no, this version of the Fogger is NOT a Taifun-GT internal design, unlike all the other previous versions of the Foggers. And no, it is NOT A CLONE either.
Time to Re-coil and Re-wick!
Twisted Microcoil and Cotton
The coil was already three months old, so while rewicking I thought of replacing it altogether. Here’s a look at the old coil and the new:
Coil Closeup and Placement:
Coil Test Fired:
Microcoils Prepared and work layout:
28AWG Kanthal, 11 wraps on Toothpicks. Pre-Twisted the coils to each other for ease of mounting
Coils Mounted on the Deck:
Tip: Keep the coil head upwards, with the tails at the lower plane while mounting. This helps in correctly positioning
Wow! Love the Aqua!
Testing the Microcoil
Placement of the Wicks
Why do NR-R-NR in CE2 type setups?
It's all about heat dissipation. We all know about "Hot Legs" (HL) and "Hot Spots" (HS) right? They are the bane of our builds. Will get you metallic taste, poor VTF* and nil or low vape satisfaction.
In a regular SRTAº the coil rests in close proximity to the terminals (+/- posts), thus HL & HS are avoided. However, in a CE2÷ type RBA the coil is distant from the terminals... the legs are stretched, which produces