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    Looks awesome! I can't wait to see how people set them up.

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    Wrapping up some micro coils as we speak!

    1st up will be a 1.4ohm micro with 2ea 1mm strands of silica!

    I am thinking 2 strands on each side / well..

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    It seems I might just pass up on the Penelope for my Simplicity. Just as long as dont have to roll ss mesh, and it doesnt cost too too much, I might just have to get one of these little beauties.

    My only other deal maker will be if the atty can be kept on its side with NO LEAKS.

    PS. I keep forgetting to share a little cool thing that has happened a couple times now, People have asked me on 2 occasions so far, If the ELA and today on the Simplicity if I had them customized because they see the letter "P" they think I had my initial engraved on it.

    Just in case no one knows, my name is Priscilla
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    Quote Originally Posted by forcedfuel50 View Post
    Snorks idea of fun is wrapping tiny little coils one can barely see or handle...hmm...

    I'd hate to see what his idea of No fun is
    Yes you would.

    I'd say I am the least experienced of your testers. I think that's a fun and important position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raqball View Post
    Wrapping up some micro coils as we speak!

    1st up will be a 1.4ohm micro with 2ea 1mm strands of silica!

    I am thinking 2 strands on each side / well..

    I've been playing with some 2 and 3mm silica, with long strands out both ends of the coil, pack them down in the juice chamber. You can get a good 1ml+ in there. Vape for quite awhile.
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    This looks amazing! Looking forward to the feedback!
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    Quote Originally Posted by forcedfuel50 View Post
    I've been playing with some 2 and 3mm silica, with long strands out both ends of the coil, pack them down in the juice chamber. You can get a good 1ml+ in there. Vape for quite awhile.
    That is exactly what I was thinking..

    I have 1mm, 2mm, and 3mm silica along with some ekowool to try out..

    I will probably give cotton a go as well..

    I can also try a few coils with non resistance leads but I am thinking this is not needed but I will give it a go anyway!
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    I think its really good to have various grades of experience when Beta testing. It shows the ease/or difficulty of setting up for the various levels of future buyers. I know that most people advertise that rebuildables are "only for the very experienced" but there are always people out there like me with little experience that might have trouble.

    I like how they are making the fortunate five work for their atty. So If I do get one , I expect the best of assistance from you 5. Right now they are feeling quite lucky to be one of the five, but Im sure after a few months of troubleshooting people they might be cursing David.

    Im sure this wont happen as I have a feeling like all the other Super-T devices that the Strata will be very intuitive and simple.
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    I'll start wrapping coils tonight. It makes sense for me to start off with my standard build (0.8ohm 28g semi-micro with organic cotton wick) so that I can compare it to my other RBAs/RDAs that are in rotation. From there, I'll go nuts with all the other wire and wick materials that I have on the shelf. Even if it's not my cup of tea (because I like to vape around 1.0 ohm), I'll try and make some quad coils just for the sake of proper testing.

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    34 viewers. Good news spreads fast.
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