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    Default How long have you been vaping, and what is your preferred wattage?

    Not a poll in the forum software sense, because there wouldn't be enough options. But if we can collect enough data, it might make for an interesting scatterplot.

    Whether you post watts or resistance and volts doesn't really matter, the spreadsheet can sort that out. But volts or resistance on their own don't help - we need both.

    If you want to vote multiple times, because you have several 'sweet spots', that's fine. Just use a separate line for each vote, and it'll be less confusing to tally up.

    edit - Feel free to stick in other information like strength and flavour. I don't know if we'll get enough data to find a correlation, but no harm trying.

    Thanks.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...2c&usp=sharing
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    Vaping: 11 months

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    Currently: 3ohm @ 5v
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    Setup: Provari + extension & AGR + Boge SR

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    Currently: 1.6ohm @ 4v
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    Hmm. I've got myself confused. Do we need amps? Trying to figure out whether volts + ohms is enough to get to watts...

    -edit Nope, false alarm. It looks like ohms and volts can get you to amps. Damn it, it's a long time since I studied physics... :-)

    -edit2 And good idea, Thompson. Feel free to stick in other information like strength and flavour. I don't know if we'll get enough data to find a correlation, but no harm trying.
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    I've been vaping 3 years.

    2.0ohms @ 4.2v
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    377 days
    1.0Ω-2.0Ω @ native battery voltage 3.7-4.2V
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    3 yrs, 9.0 - 10W, 1.2 - 1.5Ω
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    3+ years. 1.5 or 1.6 ohms/ 3.7 or 4V, depends on the juice.

    I don't get real hung up on the math. Twist, Provari, fiddle til it tastes right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by generic mutant View Post
    Hmm. I've got myself confused. Do we need amps? Trying to figure out whether volts + ohms is enough to get to watts...

    -edit Nope, false alarm. It looks like ohms and volts can get you to amps. Damn it, it's a long time since I studied physics... :-)

    -edit2 And good idea, Thompson. Feel free to stick in other information like strength and flavour. I don't know if we'll get enough data to find a correlation, but no harm trying.
    Wattage (watts) = voltage( volts) squared divided by resistance (ohms).

    When in doubt, just plug in the numbers:

    Online Conversion - Ohm's Law Calculator
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    Thanks. I found this one, just after I posted.

    Watts - volts - amps - ohms conversion calculator

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    Vaping since March 2012.

    On my Variable Wattage mods: 1.8Ω @ 8.5W.

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