There is already a thread ..
why do we need two .. ??
This is a new thread for us mature folks to post. I hope everyone shows up and will retell their stories for the new folks that join.
Thanks Tex. It's a shame the drama caused the OP to close the original thread. There was good 'sharing' of info taking place. Hopefully folks will find their way here.
For archival purpose:
1st Post of Original Thread: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/general-e-smoking-discussion/269341-older-people-55-years-up.html#post5325062
Last Post of Original Thread:http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/general-e-smoking-discussion/269341-older-people-55-years-up-339.html#post5877162
Playing with the Provari this morning, still trying to figure out what the best combination of Single/Dual Coil, Low/Standard Resistance, and Voltage settings work best for which juice. Not having much luck yet, but I'm having fun trying to figure it all out.
I'm just hoping that whatever crap caused the shutdown of the original thread does not migrate over here ..
Tiny - I pulled this over from the other thread.
Here's what I settled into with a ProVari. I use 2.5ohm atty's at 4.2 volts or 3.5 ohm attys at 4.8 volts. Each of those settings gets me about 7 watts of output. I find most of my juice tastes best around 7 watts, so i just try to dial that in based on the ohms of what's screwed on. Tobacco flavors I like a little warmer so I add .1-.2 volts. Fruit flavors for me don't taste as 'fresh' with a warmer vape.
I don't like Dual Coils or even LR single coils so much on the ProVari. DC's and LR's are really meant for lower rated non-VV voltage batteries. It's a way to raise the output watts if your batt is limited to 3.4-3.7 volts. You're free of that now with the ProVari, just click/click/click/click/click the button and raise the volts.