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My Nautilus 5 ml tanks came with two BDCs with two extra BDCs. All of them are 1.7 ohm coils.
As I vaped for a couple of hours, the ohm began to increase .1 by .1 ( I checked out my Vamo V2).
Gurgling started as the ohm of the coil changed.
At 2.0 + ohm, I cleaned the tank and the ohm was slightly reduced by .1.
However, the increase of the ohm was a lot faster and the ohm was stuck at 3.0 + although I cleaned and checked everything.
The weirdest thing is the 1.7 ohm coil can be increased to 4.0 + ohm.
And then, it dies.
I don’t know what happened but during 10 days of vaping, I lost 3 coils so far.
I used the same e-juice on Kanger Protank 3. It didn’t cause any fatal problem to the coil.
Is that a known problem for Nautilus tank with BDC ?
Actually, despite the coil problem, I have felt Nautilus can beat Protank 3 which caused gurgling and bottom-leaking problems all the time.
If I use BVC on Nautilus, could it be better?
Any thought? or suggestions?