I have an associate who is using a first gen LT (specifically a TW Torpedo) with a 1.5 ohm Smoktech dual coil tank. He's not aware of the devices limitations and has never bothered to even try to research the device. He bought it at one of TW's stores in the Tampa area.
I notice he's fiddling with the voltage on one occasion so I ask what he's doing. He says that he prefers to start the day with his first vape around the 4.7 volt range for about an hour. Then he says he raises the voltage during the day, every couple of hours. He says he prefers to set it at 6v after meals, but takes it down to 5.5 volts for the remainder of the day.
I did verify that he was using the 1.5ohm dcc by putting his tank on my Provari and checking the ohms.
Here's my problem. I know that the settings he uses, and claims are distinctly different, are all pointless due to the amp limitations of the older model. Soooooo, do I :
A) Pull out an inline voltage display and show him his actual voltages under load, thereby doing the equivalent of telling a kid that there is no Santa or telling a redneck that WWE is fake?
B) Not say a dang thing and let the guy wander around happily enjoying his perceived vape.
I ask because I've seen people get extremely upset when they find out that their device has been sort of lying to them. One friend's girl broke into tears because she paid a hundred bucks for the device. Another got p'd off and yelled at a vendor over the phone loud enough that people two apartments over called the cops thinking someone was about to get killed.
I'm inclined to tell/show him the truth, but the guy seems to be happy and satisfied so I don't want to upset the poor guy.