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    Default ... is sub ohming?

    Total newbie...totally confused. Can someone explain it? Thanks a bunch.


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    It's vaping with an atomizer coil(s) that has a resistance to electricity of less than one ohm. Usually only done by those that build their own coils.

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    Ok, thanks...what does that do, I mean, what's the effect?


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    Generally it's going to result in a warmer vape with more vapor.

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    Generally you need a larger than stock air hole and a mechanical mod. Most importantly you need good batteries and good knowledge of battery safety as well as an understanding of ohms law.
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    Sub ohm was one step in learning what can be done with a coil. It's sort of 'old hat' by todays standards, there are safer, better, ways to do things now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denrock316 View Post
    Generally you need a larger than stock air hole and a mechanical mod. Most importantly you need good batteries and good knowledge of battery safety as well as an understanding of ohms law.
    +1
    http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...l#post12008594
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheReign View Post
    Holy crap man!!!!!!! Eventually I gotta have one of those. Do you have a setup that comes close to that? If so can you tell me what yours is and lead me in the right direction to learn about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightbud404 View Post
    thanks man

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