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Help, why my vaping so cold?

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  1. richard1017

    richard1017 Full Member

    Hi everyone,

    I'm using the eGo Twist battery with a Kanger EVOD eGo Clearomizer (bottom coil clearomizer). After some research, I've already removed the top wick of the clearomizer. Everything else is fine, but the vaping temperature.

    My draw turned out to be very cold and I couldn't feel the vape during drawing. It felt like drawing air, though it made a decent amount of smoke and good taste after drawing.

    Instead of using the eGo kit, I also filled my Greensmoke cartomizer. The draw from this cigarette-like cartomizer is warm and felt good.

    Is anything wrong with my eGo kit? Do you have any advice to make my vape warm from the eGo kit?

    Thank you very much.

  2. Slobalt7

    Slobalt7 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 22, 2013
    You know I have the same problem with my IClear30 when I run it on my 3.7 ego, my vv ego warms it great between 5-6 volts. If I hit it constantly on the 3.7 it does warm a bit but not like my vivi or my dcts
  3. Adam the Aussie

    Adam the Aussie Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 26, 2011
    Evods and most bottom coil clearomizers are a cool vape, try a top coil clearomizer for a warmer vape. Something like a vision vivi nova would do the job, but you won't get quite as much vapor.
  4. abasm

    abasm Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2013
    Condor, AB, Canada
    Hello again Richard.
    The EVODs do have a tendency to have a cooler vape as being bottom coil the vapor travels farther and therefore is cooler. If there's good vapor and flavor chances are your kit is working.
    Have you tried turning up the voltage on your battery. The Evods often come with a higher resistance head at 2.5 ohms so it takes more oomph to get the heat. You might try getting replacement heads that are 1.8 or 2.2 ohms. They heat quicker at lower voltage and should warm the vapor better.
    Hope this helps.
  5. Racehorse

    Racehorse ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2012
    USA midwest
    you did not tell us the ohms of your delivery device.

    I suspect the greensmoke carto was a 1.8ohm and your evod coil was a 2.5ohm which is what comes inside most evods.

    You can either turn up your battery voltage (the beauty of VV) or buy lower ohm replacement coils for your evod.

    Or, find a clearo that is less "airy".
  6. richard1017

    richard1017 Full Member

    Thank you very much, Slobalt7 and Adam.
    I'm using 3.6V on my eGo. Increasing voltage doesn't help much for warm vaping.
    I'll try a top coil clearomizer.

    Thank you again.
  7. richard1017

    richard1017 Full Member

    Thanks Racehorse,
    I don't know how much ohms the EVOD is. I tried to increase the eGo voltage, but that didn't help a lot, only makes terrible sound.
  8. RedNBlack

    RedNBlack Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 18, 2013
    NE Georgia USA
    Welcome richard1017,
    The Evods should be bottom coils, and the vape will be cooler. A top coil tank will be warmer. Increasing the voltage will not "warm" up the vape, may produce more vapor, and may make more of a "rattlesnake" sound. What is the ohms on the tank?
  9. richard1017

    richard1017 Full Member

    Hi RedNBlack,

    I don't know the exact ohms of my clearomizer. It is a Kanger EVOD eGo Clearomizer from, coming with the eGo-CTwist kit.

    Like abasm said, it may be around 2.5 ohms.
  10. madqatter

    madqatter Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 14, 2013
    Kanger marks the coil heads with tiny engraved numbers. Check out this photo, for example.
  11. Altaire Versailles

    Altaire Versailles Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 17, 2013
    Detroit MI
    Bottom coils are usually colder. Even top or dual coils aren't gonna be that warm on a battery that size anyway. Too small.
  12. richard1017

    richard1017 Full Member

    Thanks, madqatter,
    Yes, my EVOD resistance is 2.5 ohms.
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