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#1 (permalink)      9/22/2015 1:27:27 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
mandoom
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Will work on a VW?
someone have tested them with a vw device?

im using cl ni coils on an istick tc at 2.5v without problems (because i didnt like the tc feature)
since cl ti are .4 ohm, an ego one battery should read these cl ti but,
is it a safe option at 4.2v?


thank you.
#2 (permalink)      9/22/2015 3:28:08 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I was accidentally using one yesterday in VW at 25 watts and wondering why it was tasting so bad. Not a good vape at all.
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You are using Ni200 and Titanium coils on normal VW mode?

It seems you want to die soon.

Please only use Ni200 and Titanium coils exclusively in TC mode.
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K2ouMais wrote:

You are using Ni200 and Titanium coils on normal VW mode?

It seems you want to die soon.

Please only use Ni200 and Titanium coils exclusively in TC mode.



@K2ouMais wich is the risk of vaping with ni200 at VW? Im at 2.5v



@patrico thank you dude

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mandoom wrote:

K2ouMais wrote:
You are using Ni200 and Titanium coils on normal VW mode?

It seems you want to die soon.

Please only use Ni200 and Titanium coils exclusively in TC mode.

@K2ouMais wich is the risk of vaping with ni200 at VW? Im at 2.5v



@patrico thank you dude



Do NOT use VW mode on ni200 or ti coils, they are designed for TC only.
The coil will burn much hotter as the resistance is far lower and decreases with heat, without temperature control, you cannot manage overheating.

Overheating ti creates titanium dioxide, overheating ni200 produces nickel oxide. Both of these chemicals are carcinogens, and you'll also be inhaling burning cotton which is definitely not a good thing either.

Not to mention, your device won't be able to cope if you don't cut the power quick enough and you could seriously burn yourself. It can only take seconds.

Hope that clears things up, haha.