I've seen people at the shops get their panties in a wad real quick over this subject, so I appreciate everyone not jumpin all over me. I'm happy with what I'm getting now but it's my nature to explore so I will eventually get into this aspect of vaping because I too like to tinker. This is up my alley- another new project 😁 Thank you all, you've given me something else to chase now hahaha looks like I've got a lot of homework!!!
Enjoy the adventure getting to that point and when you do, You'll be hovering through clouds! Just be safe about it!
Last edited by drew2075; 10-21-2013 at 08:58 AM.
"Don't go chasing vapor clouds. Please stick to the PVs and tanks that you're used to."
I freakin died!
I left off the disclaimer!
Sorry Katya and Baditude, I know they are all
**WARNING WARNING WARNING**
Sub Ohming is for the EXPERIENCED vapor that knows their equipment and knows how to use it...not knowing what you are doing is very dangerous!
Chasing clouds is fun! But bad things happen when you push your stuff to the extreme and DON'T know what you are doing
Not jumping on the OP...just forgot to mention that it's not safe if you don't know what you are doing...however you came to the right place...folks here are VERY knowledgeable and are willing to teach you...IF you are willing to listen
its technically a crossing phase of vaping. at the dawn of sub-ohming, APVs and atomizers were limited to ~10w. With the advent of microcoils, newer wicking techniques, and APVs that are now capable of 20+w, achieving those insane HIGH WATT setups is no longer isolated to mechs with RBAs/RDAs.
on the other hand, sub-ohming has already built a big enough niche in products and following. it is fun to tinker and hone in on a great build as well as try out new ones. for me... im lazy so i only use carto tanks now and my several hundred feet of kanthal might get touched in a week when i want to build a fogger for halloween.
Thanks for the question and answers, I was wondering about sub ohms too.