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High Voltage Atomizers

Discussion in 'Nhaler' started by d4rk3, Dec 23, 2009.

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  1. Nicotinologist

    Nicotinologist Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 14, 2010
    Long Beach, California
    Hi, guys I am back ! In regards to atomizers burning out prematurely, I think it all depends on the brand of atomizer. I purchased mine from Xhaler and I believe I have had mine for over a month now with no problems. Of course I keep it wet to keep it from overheating. I run 6volts on it. I would also add that it also depends on the person who assembled the unit whatever the country of origin.

    Nico
     
  2. tomzgreat

    tomzgreat Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 5, 2009
    Chino California
    Is the one you are using the 4.5om one. Are you getting a Vape that is near to the Prodigy. ?
     
  3. Nicotinologist

    Nicotinologist Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 14, 2010
    Long Beach, California
    tomzgreat,
    I was using a 3.5 ohm 510 atomizer on a Prodigy V2. I didn't mention Prod because I didn't think it was relevant. Anyway, the said atomizer died last week. I really enjoyed it very much. I don't think the 4.5 ohm atomizers will be as enjoyable. I'll soon find out because I have three of them coming soon.
    Nico
     
  4. Nicotinologist

    Nicotinologist Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 14, 2010
    Long Beach, California
    tomzgreat,

    Correction, I was using the 4.5 ohm atomizer. I got too many atomizers. What I am gonna do from now on is label them: ohmage, date and supplier's name. Disregard what I said about the " 4.5 ohm may not be good". I meant the 5.5 ohm is not good for V2. I reread my invoice. I besides the 510 at 4.5 ohms I also bought two 2 901's at 4.5 ohms and an 801 at 5.5 ohms. the 801 didn't vape that good. I am sure it is due to being 5.5 ohms.

    Nico
     
  5. markimar

    markimar Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 17, 2010
    Orlando
    So I just got my saber touch at 5v should I stick with standard Atty or go for a high voltage one?
     
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