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#31 (permalink)      11/4/2017 10:20:49 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You don't have any idea on the scale of what your picture is showing.
It is showing nanoohms differences between each metal.

Is important to take note of it when you have long wires of the stuff, or the wires have a very small cross section.
But for high amps contacts it is not what matter the most.

Edited on 11/4/2017 at 10:23 PM. Reason:
#32 (permalink)      11/16/2017 1:15:23 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Call me a pessimist but I'm just waiting to hear about how awful the battery cap threads are. YFTK seems to consistently source good factories for their atomizers, but many of their mod suppliers leave a bit to be desired in the quality department. I think this one is manufactured for YFTK by Kindbright so that's probably a good sign.
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I can report that the battery cap threads are buttery smooth.
#34 (permalink)      11/22/2017 4:52:04 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Lefeuvre wrote:

I can report that the battery cap threads are buttery smooth.



How does it hit? voltage drop? and have you unscrewed it and had a peek at the internals. I'm super interested in this one as its a great looking mod.

#35 (permalink)      11/27/2017 3:19:43 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I have taken it completely apart and the contacts look good. It's very well made but it's very unreliable. It is hitting very weakly using a 0.25 ohm coil and a fully charged battery. On a different mod at the same wattage (around 40w) the atty fires perfectly. This is when it does fire. 50% of the time it won't fire. I have already ruined one button. It seems to have melted the back of it and the contact is already tarnished which I think is what is causing it to not fire. It's a shame as it looks amazing but I am thinking of sending it back as it's just too unreliable.