Triton VV battery question

Discussion in 'Halo' started by OMRebel67, Apr 2, 2014.

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  1. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    Hey everyone! I recently purchased 2 triton VV batteries for my favorite e juice which is Tribeca. I'm having a hard time finding the sweet spot because anything over 3.8 seems to be burning the juice and burning the wicks a little. I'm using the recommended 3.0-3.2 ohm wicks which has me baffled why it's doing this. I've only been vaping for two months now so maybe I'm doing something wrong. Can someone offer me some help or advice? TIA
  2. Aviationrich

    Aviationrich Vaping Master

    With that ohm coil you should be able to go higher than 3.8v. Maybe 3.8 is your sweet spot of Tribeca, have you tried any other flavors you liked?

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  3. Aviationrich

    Aviationrich Vaping Master

    Oh, are you tilting the battery upwards while you use it? Having a vv can vaporize the juice faster which would give you a burnt taste.

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  4. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    No I haven't tried my other juices with it yet. And yes, I hold the halo upwards while vaping.

    Am I doing it incorrectly by holding the battery up instead of down? Btw, thanks for your help.
  5. Aviationrich

    Aviationrich Vaping Master

    Strange, you should be able to crank that bad boy up to at least 4.3v. How old is that coil? Did you clean it before the last fill up?

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  6. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    Brand new coil in brand new tank.
  7. Aviationrich

    Aviationrich Vaping Master

    Weird. Maybe some of the others will check in and have something for you. Wish I could help more. I use the standard coils in mine and I'm good around 4.0-4.3v

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  8. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    I think you solved my problem for me. I wasn't titling the battery up high enough. Seems to be much better now. Thanks for your help!
  9. GreenLeaf

    GreenLeaf Vaping Master

    Welcome fellow Halon,

    Nothing is broken and you're not crazy. Some flavors just tolerate heat more than others. One mans yuck is another mans yum... that's what the dial is for.

    I usually keep my VV at a constant 3.8. My tongue tells me that the regulation aspect alone makes the VV superior to the standard Triton, which always tastes burnt to me now on a fresh charge.

    Make sure you tip and roll the tank to keep the top wicks saturated, and give a little time between puffs if you're vaping a lot.

    3.0-3.2 ohm coils master race. :)
  10. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    Thanks for the tips Greenleaf!
  11. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    Can anyone tell me why I can't use a signature?
  12. 430Cruz

    430Cruz Super Member

    Not enough posts yet, I believe.
    I forget what the number was but its not far away for you.
  13. GreenLeaf

    GreenLeaf Vaping Master

    0 to 5 posts:
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  14. Aptivus

    Aptivus Senior Member Verified Member

    I've been using just the standard Triton batteries, are the VV really worth the investment? I'm happy with the standard ones, but ignorance is bliss! LOL
  15. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    I started two months ago with the Halo starter pack and have been happy with them myself. I still use the smaller batteries On the job because they're easier to carry around in my pocket. However, I got 2 of the VV batteries 2 weeks ago after reading extensive reviews on them. They're the best investments I've made in a long time. I use the VV at home and everywhere else but work. I love them. Listen to what others say about them on here and the reviews on the Halo site. They're well worth the investment.
  16. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    I figured that was the case. I'm long time members of other forums and those forums rules are pretty close to these ones.
  17. wheezal

    wheezal Insane Halon

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    2 moar posts! then ur regular peeple!

    just say something witty like.. "go on..." or "say whaaaaaaa?" or "who got their chocoloate all over mah peanut butter!" and you'll be set!
  18. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    I'm there! Woohoo! This calls for a celebration. Time to hit the voodoo tank. Lol!
  19. OMRebel67

    OMRebel67 Senior Member

    Think I got it now
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    AngiBe ECF Guru Verified Member

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