Which coil ohm is best

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  1. Livaz1

    Livaz1 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    What is the best running combo for the ego t 1100mah bat?
     
  2. joevaypes

    joevaypes Full Member Verified Member

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    id say 1.5ohms. but i usually try to get the lowest resistance to really cook it.
     
  3. joevaypes

    joevaypes Full Member Verified Member

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    1.5-2.0 i dont think youd want to run anything higher
     
  4. E_DeCastro

    E_DeCastro Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    with a fixed voltage, as low as the battery capacity will allow. so 1.25-1.5 ohms would work best.
     
  5. Executive

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    Anything between 1.2-2.0 should work just fine. My preference would be go on the lower side of things. 1.2 is as low as I would go and 1.8 would be as high. but if you can find something between 1.3-1.5 you should be right in that sweet spot. Great flavor and throat hit and not over pulling your battery.

    Hope that helps!
     
  6. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    1.8 ohm for warmer vape and the 2.4 for a bit cooler vape on a non vv battery.
     
  7. sawtoothscream

    sawtoothscream Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    1.8 or a little less
     
  8. Mike36609

    Mike36609 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Too subjective, only you can answer what works for you. When I first started I used 2.5 ohm cartos on a cig-a-like, and the vape was more than enough to satisfy my cravings. With those parameters I was vaping around 6.4 watts. Now, with a little time and vaping experience working for me, I like to run around 8 watts.

    Also, remember that the lower the resistance of your atty/carto, the sooner your battery will need to be recharged.
     
  9. E_DeCastro

    E_DeCastro Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't think you can vari the voltage on an ego t.
     
  10. Mike36609

    Mike36609 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes, I believe that you correct, though I've never owned or vaped on one. But my post made no reference to adjusting the voltage to change the wattage of the vape, and only referenced how my tastes have changed. With fixed voltage you adjust the wattage of the vape by the selection of the resistance of the atty/carto - a 2 ohm carto gives you a warmer vape than a 2.5 ohm. Lower resistance applied across a fixed voltage power source produces higher current flow than does higher resistance, so therefore lower resistance means that the battery will be deplenished more quickly and require recharging sooner than with a higher resistance.
     
  11. Old John at the beach

    Old John at the beach Full Member

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    This is the chart from Kranger. Comments are mine. Note that the 1.5 ohm is not recommended [1] to hot for even 3.2 V and the juice will taste burned [2] will burn out quickly.

    Kanger Recommended Resistance
    1.7-1.9 (1.8 ohm) - 3.1-3.4 volts--- standard li ion battery
    2.1-2.3 (2.2 ohm) - 3.5-3.8 volts--- variable volt or standard li ion battery
    2.4-2.6 (2.5 ohm) - 3.9 -4.2 volts--- variable volt li ion battery
    2.6-3.0 (2.8 ohm) - 4.3-4.7 volts--- variable volt li ion battery
     
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