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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

16 Oct 2014   #501
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Sounds like a good idea, Jessie. I just never have taken the word of a masked man.
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16 Oct 2014   #502
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 Dude View Post
Sounds good Derek, looking forward to hearing about. I'm looking around and found this site, has anyone used it?

E Cigarette | Buy Electronic Cigarettes Online | E Juice - Mt Baker Vapor

I like the convenience of going to a local shop, but the prices are better online It seems.

I'm really liking my new kit. I am digging around as I need to get some spare tanks and get set up better. I really wish I tried this earlier.
That's one vendor according to one review is one of the Top 5 US eliquid vendors. I've ordered from them a few times as far as getting a full kit for the iTaste VV V3.0 last year along with ordering some ejuice from them on occasion. Virgin Vapor is another on the list but a bit pricey while they carry some gourmet type ejuice you don't see often. Vape Garden is one I just found lately carrying some rather interesting coffee flavors one being Dark Roast then an Expresso and Kino tried out so far.

Nettmix, Madvapes, ECigCharleston, Mom&Pop Vape Shop(has a ton to look over), and the one I order from regularly without any real need to steep anything would be Crystal Canyon Vapes also on the Top 5 list for US vendors. It helps knowing the owner too! We both were getting into vaping about the same time before he started the business up.

One thing I haven't gotten into is any Kayfun or other RDA build it yourself dripper/coils. That's where you pick out the gauge of wire and wrap it yourself as a DIY(Do It Yourself) project usually seen by those more interested in making big clouds and sub ohming. Here I have people that have little patience with things(still all smokers) I introduced to vaping but haven't taken it seriously yet. You have to "want to" quit in order to make the move to do just that. Some people would rather hang onto old habits as those seem to die hard!
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17 Oct 2014   #503
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by derekimo View Post
Thanks Jessie, I was just curious because that tank was in the clearance bin over there, I might just shoot them an email.

They don't seem to list specs on their site but do you know if that is a standard size battery on the inferno that some other tank would fit on it?

I'll let you know Doug. As for that vendor I have seen them mentioned but haven't used that one myself, I know what you mean about prices online being cheaper.

I'm getting an order from these guys tomorrow,

Premium E-Juice and E-Liquid Flavors | VistaVapors.com

Which is another place that I just saw mentioned quite a few times like your link, I'll let you guys know what I think of their stuff.
From what I gather Derek, the Inferno has a standard 510 fitment which means all the main aftermarket tanks will fit it.
I started off with a Kangertech Mini Pro 3 tank, it's not bad but a bit small for my liking. Right now I am using the Aspire Nautilus Mini which I think is a fantastic tank. The BVC coils in it give very good flavor.

I have taken a few pictures for you of my 2 tanks fitted to one of my missus spare batteries. The battery is a very basic Ego one and very small but as you can see due to it having a 510 fitment any tank will fit to that too. The battery is small so it makes the Nautilus mini look totally stupid on it (for size comparison to your own this battery is 60mm tall and 14mm across).

Here is a link to both tanks.

Kanger E-vod clearomizer ? KangerTech

Aspire - Aspire Nautilus Mini (BVC) Tank Clearomizer

I would certainly recommend the Nautilus mini provided it's not gonna look silly on your battery. It measures 20mm across.

Any Vapers?-ego.jpgAny Vapers?-tanks.jpg

Any Vapers?-protank3.jpgAny Vapers?-nautilusmini.jpg


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17 Oct 2014   #504
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Edit: Wrong info
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17 Oct 2014   #505
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

I watched a video of a guy who tested with different ohm coils. The voltage was not right on any of them except the 2 ohm coils. According to him, the inferno is optimized for 2 ohm coils, but he said with a 1.8 ohm coil, the voltage would be a little off, but most people would not notice any difference.
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17 Oct 2014   #506
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
I watched a video of a guy who tested with different ohm coils. The voltage was not right on any of them except the 2 ohm coils. According to him, the inferno is optimized for 2 ohm coils, but he said with a 1.8 ohm coil, the voltage would be a little off, but most people would not notice any difference.

Yeah I just removed the info from my previous post as I think it was wrong.

According to the official websites they state the following info for the voltage levels.

Protank 3 - 1.5 ohm coil - Suitable voltage: 3.2 - 3.7V

Nautilus mini - 1.6 ohm(3.0-4.2V), 1.8 ohm(4.2-5.0V), 2.1 ohm(5.0-6.0V)
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17 Oct 2014   #507
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

True oc'ers
Derek we might need to get you a Official Overclocker badge if you keep this up

Steve congrats on 13,000 posts in 3 more buddy allot of good stuff in there
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17 Oct 2014   #508
Night Hawk

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

Are you familiar with the "Underclockers Club"? That's for the KSD or Smok Vamo, Vision Spinners, Smok Aro Winders, etc variable batteries and devices that start off at either 3.2 or 3.3v and 3 watts compared to the typical eGo or other fixed voltage battery(3.7v generally) with the exception of somethings that are variable wattage only like the Innokin 134.

As a rule you either vape with a fixed V/W whatnot or pick out a variable where most will turn it up above 3.7v and with some box mods like the Innokin MVP2.0 and other stuff those see 7 watts as the lowest! The same with their VV V3.0s not the VTR or some others. The point however is if you buy a variable you are already ocing! Or Under-Cing since some will want the cooler vapor.
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17 Oct 2014   #509
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

derikimo,
As mentioned, the Inferno has a 510 connection. So long as the tank is 510 threaded you're fine. (they are by far the most popular threading)

Good point made on Ohms too. You'll want to stay within that range the Volcano recommends for the Inferno, since theres no way to adjust voltage. If you fall out of that range it will perform poorly.

For curiosity I plugged a few values into my Voltage/Wattage -> Ohm calculator.

3.7v into 2.0Ohm = 6.85watts @ 1.85 amps
3.7v into 1.8 Ohm = 7.6 watts @ 2.0 amps

4.5v into 1.8ohm = 11.25watts @ 2.5 amps
4.5v into 1.2Ohm = 16.9watts @ 3.75amps

4.0v into 1.2Ohm = 13.3watts @ 3.3 amps
4.0v into 1.8Ohm = 8.8w @ 2.22 amps

Not sure how this all works, but interesting. I'm guessing those amps are what really matters especially on batteries where the voltage can not be adjusted.
Probably only able to ouput so many amps, and going to low on the coil overworks it.



Nighthawk,
I have a Kayfun and a Russian 91%. Both perform similar but I would recommend a Authentic Kayfun Lite Plus over the Russian.
They are pricey, but are worth every penny IMHO. Thick,dense wet vape with lots of flavor. It's really good!

I would certainly recommend one to anyone wanting to get into rebuildables.
I've tried many builds and my prefered build is 28g Kanthal wire & Japenese Organic cotton.
Doing 8 wraps on a 3/32 drill bit gives me a 1.2-1.3 Ohm coil.

I've tried dual nano coils, chimney stacks etc and they are all good but I keep going back to the standard 8 wrap. Dual nanos (shotgun) was too hot for me as a all day thing.

They are also very easy to build. May be a bit overwhelming the very first time, build after 1 or 2 builds you'll be good to go. My very first build wasn't perfect, but still vaped better than anything I have.
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17 Oct 2014   #510
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Another bit of info I found out was the thicker the juice the quicker you will get through coils as it works them harder. Which means a higher VG content juice will burn out a coil quicker than a higher PG content one.
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