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Discussion in 'Sub-Ohm' started by angie124, Aug 5, 2016.

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  1. angie124

    angie124 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 26, 2013
    United Kingdom
    Just bought one of these. Usually use a nautilus. So this is my first sub ohm and not used to direct lunging
    Think I'm getting the hang of it. Working fine except getting a little liquid in my mouth. What would I be doing wrong for this to happen ? Any advice appreciated.
     
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  2. Hitmetwice

    Hitmetwice Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 18, 2012
    Ontario
    It can happen if one draws too hard with the airflow shut down too much.

    also

    it's best to release the fire button and continue to draw for 2 seconds.
    This releases condensation from the chimney/coil, cools the coil/tank and reduces excess liquid build up from left over vapour/condensation.
     
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  3. angie124

    angie124 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 26, 2013
    United Kingdom
    I have the air flow fully open. Running it at 40w. Not sure how long a draw I should take. Makes me cough a little as well.
     
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  4. daleron

    daleron ECF Guru - TWR Co-Mod Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Apr 16, 2013
    Arkansas, USA
    40W may be a little low depending on what ohm your coil is, try increasing your watts a bit ... dry your channel with tissue.
    Also could be your PG/VG ratio ... heavy on the VG would be best. Good luck :)
     
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  5. satchvai

    satchvai Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 16, 2015
    Off the grid
    I wouldn't use over 75/25 vg/pg. I usually run my .4 at 40-45 watts with no issues.
     
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  6. angie124

    angie124 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 26, 2013
    United Kingdom
    It's a .4 coil. 70/30 vg/pg. new to direct lung vaping. How long a draw should I be taking. I did actually do long draws with my nautilus around 5 seconds. I would draw it in and hold it in the back of my throat to get max flavour and nicotine. Not quite sure if I'm doing the direct lung draws correctly.
     
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  7. rtbob

    rtbob Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2009
    Austin, TX
    As long as you want, can stand or until you think it is enough. With my Cleito I inhale about 5 seconds total, 1.5-2 seconds at the end without pressing the button. Direct lung draws are how we used to smoke real cigarettes by the way. You should have it mastered.
     
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  8. angie124

    angie124 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 26, 2013
    United Kingdom
    I smoked for 30 years and always draw the smoke into my mouth and then into my lungs. I never realised people smoked differently to me. That's why I'm struggling a bit with direct lung. Ty for all the advice
     
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  9. satchvai

    satchvai Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 16, 2015
    Off the grid
    Inhale from your diaphragm for direct to lung.
     
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  10. abesh

    abesh Full Member Verified Member

    Aug 7, 2016
    Austin, TX
    I have the Cleito and I find that 0.4 ohm coil works with it best. If you find a little spitback I would recommend upping the wattage to 45W. I vape at the same settings and adjust by going a couple of watts up or down depending on the spitback or the ejuice flavor profile. I leave the airflow about half open. Remember an open airflow will lead to cooler vape and a constricted one will lead to warmer vape ! Since you are coming from the nautilus which I am guessing is a MTL tank, Direct To Lung or DTL will take a little bit of practice. You'll most probably cough quite a bit as I did when I started with DTL but once you get the hang of it you should be ok :)

    The Cleito is an amazing tank, I am sure you will enjoy it !
     
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  11. Cheflance

    Cheflance Full Member

    Jan 23, 2014
    Waynesboro, VA, USA
    Anyone else notice that the Cleito burns through juice like a champ? Wow. The hits are awesome on my new rig but it's going to swallow juice like a whale!
     
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  12. wheelie

    wheelie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 12, 2014
    Ont. Canada
    Yep! I go through a minimum of 15ml per day.
     
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  13. Letitia

    Letitia Nano Junkie ECF Veteran

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    Apr 2, 2017
    West Frankfort, IL
    Bubble tank is the way to go with a Cleito.
     
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  14. stols001

    stols001 Mistress of the Dark Nicotinic Arts Verified Member

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    May 30, 2017
    Tucson, AZ
    The bubble tanks are great if the Cleto is your only tank much less refilling. I had one and liked it (for what it was) but definitely prefer MTL vaping. The choking may be you adjusting to the volume of vapor you are getting. Flooding can be caused by many things, including chain vaping, but you may want to look at your wattage/airflow adjustments as well. If it's popping a LOT I agree that you may have to up your wattage.... Using the highest resistance coils in that tank may help you getting started. It will be less vapor and less heat and easier on your respiratory system as you get through W/D and your lungs start to heal a bit.

    Good luck!

    Anna
     
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