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#241 (permalink)      5/24/2019 11:13:52 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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@Wylie The compas needle IS the magnetic (ferrite) core. There is no such core during (most usual) vaping setups.

And the magnetic field is static, doesn't do much.

And weak (the wire is resistant, so the current is low).

In a very very long shot example, if you imagine there are "magnetizable" particles in the e-liquid, when they leave the coil, they will "forget" the eventual magnetic "influence" the coil maybe had on them, because the current is weak and the field is static, i.e. they will not be magnnetized.

I can't imagine any other influence magnetism could have there.
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We are using simple resistance wires. Quite easy to make the coil and not must to be professor! - Quite simple.... (I never burn it out - the spaced coils what I use!)
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Well, this wire is quite nice for 1.1 Ohms. I've switched between SS and this and there isn't much difference for where I am vaping at. The bonus is the battery life which is marginally better.

Elite vapors only...
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wuwei.ap - You got too much Kudos :-) But I had to give You another one ! Battery life + less juice using better flavor etc... 2 points are Yours ! - Teach the kids over there :-)

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I can't imagine any other influence magnetism could have there.[/quote]
Magnetism! So this is why we are still addicted to vape even on 0 mg!Will a more plastic setup SKU 9697434 help?Oh no ,it is about the coil!The thread also!Then what should I buy with this 20%?

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It depends on if you can handle MTL with the flavours you're vaping IMO. That's why I couldn't do without that gob smacking RY4 in some mix. I try to like other liquids, but they don't do it for me...
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DanTo wrote:

@Wylie The compas needle IS the magnetic (ferrite) core. There is no such core during (most usual) vaping setups.

And the magnetic field is static, doesn't do much.

And weak (the wire is resistant, so the current is low).

In a very very long shot example, if you imagine there are "magnetizable" particles in the e-liquid, when they leave the coil, they will "forget" the eventual magnetic "influence" the coil maybe had on them, because the current is weak and the field is static, i.e. they will not be magnnetized.

I can't imagine any other influence magnetism could have there.


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DanTo wrote:

@Wylie The compas needle IS the magnetic (ferrite) core. There is no such core during (most usual) vaping setups.

And the magnetic field is static, doesn't do much.

And weak (the wire is resistant, so the current is low).

In a very very long shot example, if you imagine there are "magnetizable" particles in the e-liquid, when they leave the coil, they will "forget" the eventual magnetic "influence" the coil maybe had on them, because the current is weak and the field is static, i.e. they will not be magnnetized.

I can't imagine any other influence magnetism could have there.



I have nothing to add.

Maybe just a little note that the first compas needle is very sensitive, if he left it alone enough time, it would stabilize and stay in one position.