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Protank 2 question

Discussion in 'Clearomizers' started by Trillionz, Feb 26, 2014.

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  1. Trillionz

    Trillionz Full Member

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    I just build a protank coil. How long will it last before it dies out? 28g 1.2ohm

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  2. Trillionz

    Trillionz Full Member

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    I also have a russian 91% and never have to change the coil all I do is swap out the cotton. Will the protank be the same?

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  3. Cloud79

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    There are too many factors to answer that question accurately. The wick will likely need replacing, how long depends on the wick density and thickness of ejuice. I hope it lasts a week or more though.....
     
  4. Sed Contra

    Sed Contra Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The coil could last virtually forever, but the cotton will need to be routinely replaced.
     
  5. Trillionz

    Trillionz Full Member

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    Thanx

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  6. the_guy

    the_guy Full Member Verified Member

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    Yes, the wick strength and thickness play a major role in this equation. I can safely safe it wall last more than 1 day, but less than 100 years.
     
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