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Same coils... wattage control vs no control

Discussion in 'APV and Mods Discussion' started by vaper1960, Aug 16, 2019 at 6:36 AM.

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  1. vaper1960

    vaper1960 Super Member

    Apr 24, 2019
    I have an Innokin starter kit... EZ Watt:
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    Innokin also has this starter kit:
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    Both use the same tank and can use either 1.5 ohm or 0.8 ohm coils. On the EZ Watt I use 13-14 watts for the 1.5 ohm coil, and use 16-18 watts for the 0.8 ohm coil. How does this work with the Endura? Is it using the same watts automatically? I'm missing something. I also have an Aspire Nautilus X tank and had a PockeX. They use similar coils... same question. What does the PockeX do different depending on whether I use a 1.2 ohm or 0.6 ohm coil?
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  3. Punk In Drublic

    Punk In Drublic Ultra Member

    Aug 28, 2018
    Toronto, ON
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  4. Punk In Drublic

    Punk In Drublic Ultra Member

    Aug 28, 2018
    Toronto, ON
    Not familiar with both devices, but looking at the marketing material on the Innokin site, the Endura is a fixed wattage device with an 18 watt output. This means it will read the resistance of the coil and adjust the voltage accordingly to achieve 18 watts. How each coil performs, I can’t say.
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  5. vaper1960

    vaper1960 Super Member

    Apr 24, 2019
    I still don't understand. It's always 18 watts regardless of coil used, or it reduces wattage for different coils?
  6. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2012
    Ridgeway, Ohio
    The EZ.Watt is a regulated variable wattage setup that allows you to change the power output to match the specific coil resistance you're using and to your individual preference. This gives you more options than does the Endura.

    The Endura is a fixed power output device (18 watts) that you can't adjust the power output. The resistance of the coil being used is the only way you can make adjustments to your vaping preference. Theoretically, a lower ohm coil will provide more vapor and more warmth to your vape. A higher ohm coil will provide less vapor and a cooler vape.
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  7. Beamslider

    Beamslider Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2017
    San Francisco
    I am not familiar with the Endura T20-S either but there are only two coils offered for it 0.8 ohm and 1.5 ohm. So it no doubt recognizes the coil and adjust accordingly. The 18 watts is Maximum
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  8. Jebbn

    Jebbn Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 2, 2018
    I had the T22 and I could use any coil over 1.2ohm. It wouldnt fire with any coil lower.
    It was optimized to fire a 1.5ohm coil at about 14w
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  9. Punk In Drublic

    Punk In Drublic Ultra Member

    Aug 28, 2018
    Toronto, ON
    My understanding is that it is 18 watts, regardless of coil. You want a different vape, change the coil but it will still be 18 watts
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  10. vaper1960

    vaper1960 Super Member

    Apr 24, 2019
    Thank you... I can see I'm not the only one confused about this (contradicting answers)

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