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Actual temperatures inside a Nautilus atty

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Test results:

One thing I failed to record was that the stock coils were on the newer "vertical" style coil, not the original horizontal coils.

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Looks like above 3.9v on VV, or 7.5W on VW, started getting a little warm with respect to the claims made in the Wang Study. Using the largest airflow setting did reduce temps a bit more.

If you are just joining the party, please view this blog entry for details on how I am performing my testing.



Example of graph:
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Test Porn:
The way I rigged this particular atty was I gently stuck a sewing needle down the outside of the coil and made a tiny hole to slip the probe through. Then I inserted the probe inside the hole. Once it got wet the fill swelled around it.

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A closer view.
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Full Rig.
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