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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

16 Apr 2015   #1541
Wishmaster

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Sounds like a nice setup. Enjoy and good luck
I hope so, thanks Dude.

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Thinking Im going to order a Kanger Sub Tank mini and try some sub ohm build. Still love my Kayfun, but it really isnt meant to go below 1.1 or 1.2 Ohm builds. And since my Provari very much dislikes firing below 1 Ohm, Ill need a sub Ohm capable device.
Good on the mini, I value your input.

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On a side note, after seeing this, the Vicious Ant Clone is no longer under consideration.
He talks about all the saftey measures and such for a bit so just skip to the 1:45 mark.
I find that guy hilarious. I kept expecting him to demo igniting charcoal or jump start a car with that box.

I found it funny but felt sorry for him at the same time. He was trying so hard to sell the product but it seemed as if anything that could possibly go wrong did.
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16 Apr 2015   #1542
xips

 
 

Schadenfreude normally isn't my thing but he is a natural comedian, like Bob Newhart
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16 Apr 2015   #1543
Wishmaster

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Well I went with the Kanger SubTank Mini and the Sigelei 100w plus
So far so good.

Also picked up a bottle of Five Pawns Gambit Juice. Expensive stuff, but picked it up as a special treat.
They are pretty good, but I wouldn't buy their juices on a normal basis due to price. $28 for a 30ml bottle

The Kanger Sub certainly has some airflow.
I'm used to my Kayfun which has a tighter draw but difficult to do good lung hits. Should be in good shape now for whatever mood Im in.
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18 Apr 2015   #1544
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
Thinking Im going to order a Kanger Sub Tank mini and try some sub ohm build. Still love my Kayfun, but it really isnt meant to go below 1.1 or 1.2 Ohm builds. And since my Provari very much dislikes firing below 1 Ohm, Ill need a sub Ohm capable device.

I've been look at a iPV 2 70W.
Anyone have experience with them?
I had been looking at the IPV 4s while comparing the mods and APVs I did end up going with. Those were already named off earlier in the thread here for the sub ohm capable ones I use which will do the job depending the style of APV or box mod preferred. Pricing factors kept me away from the IPVs for the most part as well as the need to hand pick which vendors to which items from too often.

The Luxyoun was the light weight Rosewood 150w box mod I keep at the desk while the iStick 50w and 30w models are the more durable. The 50w has the improved button plus temp control which is a plus! The Smok BEC Pro is the bluetooth capable 50w. The ZNA 50w is on the heavier side for the 18650 powered along with the DovPo E-LVT 30w with DovPo now offering a 35w compact version.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
Well I went with the Kanger SubTank Mini and the Sigelei 100w plus
So far so good.

Also picked up a bottle of Five Pawns Gambit Juice. Expensive stuff, but picked it up as a special treat.
They are pretty good, but I wouldn't buy their juices on a normal basis due to price. $28 for a 30ml bottle

The Kanger Sub certainly has some airflow.
I'm used to my Kayfun which has a tighter draw but difficult to do good lung hits. Should be in good shape now for whatever mood Im in.
I still didn't get around to the newer Kanger sub ohm anythings after not being too thrilled about the Aerotank Mini and Mega flustrations! That's about how those get sized up as far as shoddy AFCs! You have to fight to get those in just the right spot pressing the firing button as you turn until you start hearing the air flow get going!

The Aspire line-up on the other hand has the notched positions to insure the hole or opening selected is exposed and not partially obstructed by the collar on the tanks. The main obstacle with the Atlantis of course was the small 2ml capacity where you end up needing to buy the 5ml replacement tanks. You want that when turning the watts up and end going through ejuice much faster.
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18 Apr 2015   #1545
Wishmaster

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Well after some time with it, the subtank isnt too bad. But not without its issues, at least for me.

Ive built several .5 - .8 Ohmbuilds and they all end up spitting juice up through the drip tip for some reason. I used a screen between the drip and atty that helps alot though.
very good airflow if thats your thing.

BUT...
When Im just kicking back relaxing, I really dont care about cloud cloud chasing (and this is true 99% of time)
And the sad truth for me is, the Kayfun provides a much better vape (better flavor)

Still like the Sun tank, just wont be my main one.
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18 Apr 2015   #1546
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

I still have to try a few other tanks like the Kayfun as well as take a few fast looks at the Kanger models as well as the other sub ohm tanks coming out now in droves and some cheap as crapola superb!

At first when both the 5ml Nautilus, Mini tank, and Atlantis were first being tried out someone comments they were going to give up on the Nautilus entirely and stick only with the Atlantis. After ending up getting several to have one or two for each of the mods I find myself only placing light use on the Nautilus tanks.

At the desk the Vamo Fire 20w which can't sub ohm will see a full Nautilus there with a Smok Tumbler on the eGo VW battery for a pair of menthol flavors. The mod stand for the tv stand will see an iTaste VV v3.0 with a Nautilus Mini for another quick grab. The other mods if not with iStick inhand will suffice. Having a small tank or the Nautilus for a quick grab menthol flavor has actually not allowed one sneeze for months now to be seen especially with the pollen season here soon to be blossoming!

If you are into trying out all types of flavors having a selection of tanks will be most likely what you end up with since some flavors simply won't like higher watts. With a menthol at 6-7w on a battery with Tumbler another flavor champs at 10-11w with the same tank. Tumblers max about 10-11w. For the Nautilus and Mini 10-20 usually 18w maxing out. Sub ohm tanks like the Atlantis will just start firing at 15w and peak at about 40w while I've had a few flavors right at 50w without issue on the 150w mod.

Note none of that is for clouds while the increase in vapor however serves to come closer to how it feels when you light up an analog. One of the main beefs with the old CE2 1.6ml top coiled crud was the lack of output as typically a problem seen with the cig alikes. The trick is to find the balancing point which is where you want to end up being at.
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20 Apr 2015   #1547
HJake

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I quit with them for 2 years now! There a breath of fresh air.. The best thing since slice bread I use CloudCig E Cig e go kit, pretty cheap.
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20 Apr 2015   #1548
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums HJake

A Guy
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20 Apr 2015   #1549
HJake

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Thanks man, you a vaper too?
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20 Apr 2015   #1550
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Hello there! HJake Welcome to SF! I am while A Guy apparently never needed to start vaping since he apparently never smoked.

The CloudCig brand is much like what many of us have first started out vaping with until moving onto let's more evolved gear each according to their own preferences and experiences. Besides handing one of the two disposables I had started off with the Bloog brand back in Sept. 2012 who soon added larger eGo type batteries and 1.6ml refillable clearomizers along with having refillable blanks for their cigarette look alikes with led light on the end.

Having quit tobacco for a few years prior to trying out any vaping gear often goes much easier then still finding yourself lighting up until eventually getting into the type of gear often the need for increase in both flavor and vapor output to put the nasty stuff away for good! The end of March made the full 2yr. mark here for me too. Congradulations for you are in order!
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