6 year vaper, but just started building coils with Kanthal. I have a Mastech Multimeter and a Smoktech Ohm/Voltage meter. Both meters give me inconsistent results. The Mastech Multimeter never "settles". No matter how long and how steady I hold the leads, the readout jumps around and varies by .5 to 1.5 ohms. The Smoktech meter settles solid, but varies a lot depending on how tight I screw down the coil. For example, if I screw on the naked coil lightly to where it first gives a readout I get 3.3. When I give it another quarter turn, the readout drops to 2.5. Another quarter turn, it drops to 2.2. Keep turning until it's very "finger tight" and the readout bottoms out at 1.8. And a 1.8 reading on the Smoktech equals a 2.8 averaged reading on the Mastech. All this on simple Kanger Evod coils. An online calculator says I should be at 1.8 ohms given the guage, wraps, and leg length of my Kanthal. So, looking for advice on how to get the best, most accurate Ohm reading. Willing to buy a new meter if that would improve things.