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#21 (permalink)      10/31/2014 11:00:59 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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we need something sophisticated, what also the ppl with wick can use (rebuilders of clearomizer-coils), for different ohm-wire and wick-combinations.

someone pls invent it.
cant be that difficult.
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#22 (permalink)      11/1/2014 7:47:48 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Dunno why my post got banned in the other thread, I mean mentioning a Q tip seems not to be cool.

Its a pretty good tool for the learner but would an experience coiler need this?
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#23 (permalink)      11/2/2014 6:11:34 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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It's the newest thing to buy. Next month there will be something newer with more bells and whistles and we all be buying that
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#24 (permalink)      11/2/2014 7:35:54 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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bibi2013 wrote:

we need something sophisticated, what also the ppl with wick can use (rebuilders of clearomizer-coils), for different ohm-wire and wick-combinations.

someone pls invent it.
cant be that difficult.



Maybe for your wick build?:
Cut a little square or rectangle piece of aluminium on a soft drink can, remove the sharp edges, roll it as a tube on a drill bit or screw driver (size of you choice). When done, open the aluminium tube, put your wick inside, compress it a little, wrap your wire around the tube and finally slowly remove the aluminium tub. Done (work best with silica, a bit tricky with cotton, but not impossible).


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If i was starting out i would most likely buy this but wrapping coils is absolute cake after you do it a few times and you can use a million things to wrap them on.

This is just another UNNECESSARY gadget to get three bucks out of you , but people like gadgets so it will sell well .

If your still wrapping Pro Tank heads, slipping a 1/16th drill bit in the slots is the easiest way , not sure if this one is as easy as doing that with it's much shorter length and heavier end piece.

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#26 (permalink)      11/2/2014 9:39:32 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Drill bits are great but if you don't own some, check out the price of a metric set, then compare.
#27 (permalink)      11/2/2014 9:45:15 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hey, hold on, I hold the patent on using drill bits to wrap coils. Don't be giving the secrets away now, I've been selling them to vapetards at $60 for a set of 4 because they are 'competition standard'.
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#28 (permalink)      11/2/2014 10:03:41 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Robert2 wrote:

Hey, hold on, I hold the patent on using drill bits to wrap coils. Don't be giving the secrets away now, I've been selling them to vapetards at $60 for a set of 4 because they are 'competition standard'.



I like your style , very smart indeed , competition standard makes all the difference.


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#29 (permalink)      12/4/2014 12:22:21 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Finally got this in the mail today and holy eff I can build professional looking coils now ;)
#30 (permalink)      12/4/2014 1:23:45 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Your kidding , you could not manage to build a coil till you got this thing ? I have no idea how a drill bit in the 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 and 3.0 sizes is that much more difficult but i guess it's possible.
#31 (permalink)      12/4/2014 2:37:29 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Halfway kidding but it does actually help contribute to helping make a better looking coil for myself