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#1 (permalink)      3/29/2015 11:29:02 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This cant be 30W
I compared it to my Smok bec pro, on same wattage (full batteries), i get much more vapor, heat from it.
Cloupor on 30W is like bec pro on 15W.
I underastand this small price point now (although its overpriced, and specially for 36$ how much i paid here), but dont understand how nobody didnt mention this.

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#2 (permalink)      3/29/2015 11:36:57 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Anecdotes FTW!

No math?

Figures.
Rube Goldberg would get a kick out of "temperature control" devices.
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don't even go there, if victor says its good
its ssssshite.....
0.7 Ω is Median resistance so between 0.6Ω and Sweet spot 1.17 Ω
will be best range to be in... 0.6Ω should fire 30w...
what resistance are you at?




but if he says its good there something funny going on...

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I am on 0.5... I tried single coil, and else.... Also for 0.7, too many wraps or 30awg which do not like.

@Snorkelwhacker
I dont need math for this statement.

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People are still buying this cloupor garbage? Lol...
#6 (permalink)      3/29/2015 11:53:36 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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sh00kre wrote:

@SnorkelwhackerI dont need math for this statement.



If you intend to substantiate your claim you're going to need a little math.

Without proof your claim is utterly worthless.

Rube Goldberg would get a kick out of "temperature control" devices.
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try a 0.6 or 0.7 it should work ok at that resistance
if you go any higher than 0.6 upto 1.1 it will start to goto its Voltage limit 7v

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will try just for test purpose... but as i said, dont like anything above 0.5

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Ok, then please understand this as my individually disappointment which i couldnt resist but share here, specially because there is almoust 100 topics opened and neither one about THIS.
I dont have any proof except my lungs which are not happy.

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Indeed. Not a single person has been foolish enough to claim this doesn't perform to spec.

Until now, that is. And the fool making the claim has nothing to back it.
Rube Goldberg would get a kick out of "temperature control" devices.
#10 (permalink)      3/29/2015 12:02:48 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ok, then please understand this as my individually disappointment which i couldnt resist but share here, specially because there is almoust 100 topics opened and neither one about THIS.
I dont have any proof except my lungs which are not happy.

Pro-tip: Ask if you might be doing something wrong instead of making silly claims you can't back up. You'd get better answers and maybe even a fix to your problem.

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How do you expect a device with a range of 3.6-7V to drive a .5Ohm load at 30W?

You need math, son.
Rube Goldberg would get a kick out of "temperature control" devices.