Quote: Originally Posted by paulpicks21
I have to say, after vaping this Deadly Sin for a day, it's really grown on me and I really quite like it now. A very pleasant vape
Thats what happened with me. I like it OK, but after awhile it just grew on me.
I'm not sure what it is, but I can vape it all day without getting to tired of it. One of my favorites for that reason.
Couple things I thought of guys that worth mentioning too. It may have been already and I missed a post but too many to go back through.
First, the voltages.
I know everyone will have a different preference, as some of us like a cooler vape and some of us like a a warmer vape.
But I think we are forgetting one very crucial variable in this equation.
And that is, what Ohms the coil is running at has a huge impact.
For example, paulpicks21 ..
You said you vape your Deadly Sin at 4.5v correct?
I've said I like mine at 4.0.
We may be using essentially the same thing. The reason this may be misleading is I run on a 1.2Ohm coil. If yours is says 1.8- 2.0 Ohms , 4.5 into that will be approx. the same as 4.0v into 1.2Ohm.
I haven't done the math or anything, just a quick guess, but it just hit me that that's a big factor.
In regards to Ohms on the coil ...
Lower the Ohm the faster the coil heats up. I think they burn just a touch hotter too, or seems like it.
Downside though is they use more power. In other words lower Ohms eats up battery faster.
Higher Ohms take longer to heat up, but your batter will last longer.
Which is better is ultimately a matter of personal preference. I like lower Ohm builds in my Kayfun, 1.2-1.4 and higher Ohm in my Kanger Aero 2.0-2.2
The next thing which some may not know about and I learned the hard way are juices they call 'Tank Crackers"
If your tank is all metal, or the see through part is real glass, you can do what you want this will not effect you.
But the majority have a plastic tank and thats where it matters.
Cinnamon (not light bakery cinnamon like in deadly sin, but the strong red hot cinnamon)
These are 3 I know of right off the top of my head are culprits, and theres a few others.
What happens, is your clear see through tank will start turning cloudy. Then you'll see little cracks or lines starting to appear. When this happens stop using it.
If you want to vape these types of juices, I would put them in a glass or stainless steel tank.
But keep in mind, some of these flavors will be OK in lower amounts or whatever. I would just check to see if that particular juice has a reputation for cracking tanks. if it does, a quick google search will tell you. Just a heads up.
Heres a list I found that may be helpful.