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Mouth to lung vaping using an Aspire Speeder 200w?

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  1. shanedog

    shanedog Full Member

    Mar 27, 2012
    Canada
    Hi all .I'm contemplating buying an Aspire speeder 200w that's currently on sale at a real decent price.I am a mouth to lung vaper.I use an Aspire Nautilus 2 tank on an Aspire Zelos battery but the the battery is dying down & would like to get on a mod with rechargeable/replaceable batteries.I know the voltage/wattage is adjustable but could it still be too much power for my needs? .Would greatly appreciate any help. cheers. Shane
     
  2. Storm52

    Storm52 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jan 27, 2014
    Shreveport, LA
    Just set the wattage to your liking. You'll probably have great battery life.
     
  3. shanedog

    shanedog Full Member

    Mar 27, 2012
    Canada
    Hi Storm52,thanks for your reply.That's what I thought.It all seems pretty straight forward.What had me a little worried was watching reviews on it on Youtube where they were getting into other settings like temperature control ect,something I have yet to read up on,but will. Thanks again.Shane
     
  4. shanedog

    shanedog Full Member

    Mar 27, 2012
    Canada
    Hi.Did a quick look about temperature control & got it figured out.(yeah I feel dumb)But While on a dumb roll here I'll I'ask about another setting on the Speeder,and that's"Power curve".What's that all about? Thanks Shane
     
  5. Storm52

    Storm52 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jan 27, 2014
    Shreveport, LA
    Power curve is a user setting and unless you build your own coils, have a need to ramp up wattage - or use a lower wattage initially during the power cycle (puff), you won't mess with it.
    Basic idea - first second of firing you can set wattage to a number, second second a different wattage, third and so on. You can set one second to a lower wattage than target, second second a bit higher, etc. You ramp up and down, if that makes sense.
     
  6. shanedog

    shanedog Full Member

    Mar 27, 2012
    Canada
    Hi Storm52.That does make sense.Thanks for taking the time to reply & help. Cheers Shane
     
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