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iStick 30W Tanks?

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  1. VaporConnoisseur1263

    VaporConnoisseur1263 New Member

    May 5, 2015
    Michigan
    I have an iStick 30w but don't tend to have a lot of money for tanks. I just went and bought an Aspire BDC but it seems to taste burnt after a few hits in a row. Any recommended cheaper tanks that may work well with this Battery? I enjoy getting a good amount of vapor but keeping the taste at least somewhat at the same time. It's a 1.9 Resistance and I've been running the tank at the lowest setting (3.0 W 4.7V).
     
  2. Eekins

    Eekins Senior Member ECF Veteran

    The eLeaf Melo tank is my favorite on there. It's a 0.5 ohm coil, its not too expensive, you can pick one up for just under $30 and the coils are reletively cheap compared to other sub ohm coils. Great flavor and decent vapor production. It was one of my first setups when I started getting into vaping as a hobby, and it's still one of my favorites for when I'm driving around town running my errands.
     
  3. gandymarsh

    gandymarsh Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 11, 2014
    WI, USA
    I have 2 Aspire Nautilus minis and 2 Eleaf GS Airs that work great on my iStick 20w. The Nautilus mini costs around $20 the GS Air costs under $10. Check out sweet-vapes.com
     
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  5. Mike James

    Mike James Moved On

    May 5, 2015
    I thought GS air M might be nice. It is the new stuff of gs air series. Cheaper ,whatever
     
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  6. ElevenEleven

    ElevenEleven Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 5, 2015
    It tastes burnt at 3 watts? Either you're not inhaling or you're vaping at 4.7 volts. 4.7v with a 1.9 ohm load should be ~11 watts.
     
  7. Topwater Elvis

    Topwater Elvis Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Dec 26, 2012
    Texas
    Istick 30 has a voltage output range of 2v ~ 8v & a wattage range of 5w ~ 30w.
    watt & volt are two different modes, pick one or the other, you cannot adjust both at the same time. If you adjust watts to 3w then set volts to 4.7 you are vaping at 4.7v.
    4.7 / 1.9Ω = 11.62w which is likely 2w - 4w too much power for that type of clearomizer.
    5w / 1.9 Ω = 3.08v

    I'd suggest a nautilus with the bvc heads.
     
  8. Ray73

    Ray73 Full Member

    Apr 16, 2015
    Linden,NJ
    I have the Kanger subtank Nano and it works great with this setup. I got it for 25 bucks on discountvapepen.com
     
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