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    Default Kamry K100 questions....

    So, I recently ordered this mod. Will these tanks be compatible, or will I get a "burnt" taste, or no way to get the tank and base to thread flush in order to fire?

    Aspire Nautilus (Running 1.8 ohm, I believe? Maybe 1.6..Whatever comes with it.)
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    Mini Protank 2 (I purchase 2.5ohm coils, but they usually read at 2.7-2.8 on my MVP)

    I'm just curious because I'm eager to have my first mech mod, but not sure how they work considering I'm so used to my VV/VW device. I believe it has 18350, and 18360 batteries? I purchased the kit directly from vaporbeast.

    And well, yeah, that's it lol. Should I purchase a kick for it as well? Thanks everybody

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    I just don't want it exploding in my face or something lol. I know nothing about electric or ohms laws. I believe the kamry operates at 3.7v so I should be okay with coils up to 2.8 right?

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    18360 batteries? i think you mean 18650 batteries?

    it should work about the same as your current device. its bottom button fired. it has a locking right to lock the firing button so it will not fire.

    turn your VV/VW device to 4.2 volts, thats how it will be like when a fresh battery is in it. then dial your voltage to 3.7. that is how it will be most of the time. then when the battery level drops (i charge mine when it gets to about 3.5v) you charge your battery and swap to a freshly charged one. you can change batteries sooner if you wish.

    please do the math (ohms law) for any coil you plan to use to make sure your battery can safely handle the amp draw. id reccoment getting a few high drain batteries to use with lower resistance coils and if you want to branch out into rebuilding your own coils.

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    I have a k100. I love it. I use the nautilus on it with no problems. Tastes great. Only thing I noticed is that my coils seem to go out quicker when I use the nautilus on my k100. But other than that it is a great mod.

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    I don't know bout the nautilus since I don't own one but the PT mini will work just fine on the K100. I sanded the top and bottom battery contact points of the k100 to get better performance out of it. To sand the top point you cut little 320 grit sandpaper squares and with the eraser end of a pencil you sand the plating off. I also used a kick in my k100 but its a bit of a pain to get the kick back out. Be sure to also sand the side of the tube where the kicks ground pin sits. The only thing I didn't like about the k100 is the small fire button and the unit becomes a bit top heavy and tips over easily and always makes a deafening thud.

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    not a fan of the protank on the mechs. but my carto tank did work great on my friends k100. alot better

    do ou plan on going into rebuildables? thats where mechs shine.

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    Thanks guys! Not sure I wanna sand anything just yet. When I reinvent the mold, I usually shatter it or render it useless shortly afterwords. I'm not to... Handy, I guess LOL.

    I am thinking about rebuilding but not sure where to start really. I'm so excited. How does everybody like the k100? Does it produce real good vapor?

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    The k100 came with cartos. Don't I just fill them with juice or how does those work?

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    Batteries are the most important thing when using mech mods of any type. Baditude has quite a few blogs on this. Pls check them out.


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    Regular ones or with a tank? Either way the priming is the same. Hold the carto at an angle, drip juice on the inside wall and lef it go down into the cotton, rotate, and repeat about 20 times.
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