1) fill the tank and note the level as accurately as possible
2) use my fingers to block off all (or most) of the airflow. Then take hits to create vacuum and fill the coil.
3) you should see air bubbles escaping from the holes in the coil as it takes on juice. Continue to do so until the air bubbles stop.
4) go back and check the level of the tank now (it should be 0.25 to 0.3ml lower than when you started). Sometimes I end up flooding them in the process,
I haven't had a stinky in 113 Hours and 50 Minutes.
Originally Posted by The Ocelot
Originally Posted by rbrylawski
With my pea-sized brain, I figured that if the ohm of the coil is less (or more for that matter), the wattage would need to be adjusted to produce the same vape. I see the volts did indeed go down, when I usually vape on a 1.8 ohm coil, the volts usually show 4.4. But on the 1.6 ohm coil, the volts now show 4.2. Still not a very big difference, but I guess the volts vs watts difference is still somewhat lost on me.
Oh my... perhaps I can make it easy (though I am sure others have
Originally Posted by Woofer
Perhaps this helps Temperature of a "Red Hot"Object
Temperature of a "Red Hot"Object
It's been 92 3/4 hours since my last smoke...