Let's consider a battery fully charged of 4,2V and of 30A : we need not less than a 0,14ohm coil.
But if i have a voltmeter and the battery is discharged to 3,5V : would it be safe to put a 0,12 coil.
In other words, is a battery voltage like a bottle of water that gets empty or it doesnt work that way?
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I've always bought stuff of EBay and until now I've never really been stung, ended up with two clone Kangertech Subtanks which work fine and two packs of OCC coils which had random resistances tasted foul or burnt out within 24 hours.
However, literally hours before I found this site I ordered a skip load of stuff including efest batteries and charger and Smok GX350 mod.
I never normally bother with the verification checks, but having trawled the forums here I think I will this…
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I'm sure most have this problem sorted but I kept getting annoyed by my tanks falling over, I used the plastic rings from 10ml bottles at first but still knocked over easily, I wen't to my local B&M store and they had single stands for £2 each, being a scrooge I wasn't going to pay £20 on 10 stands so I had a cheap £1 MDF box I had bought from The Works knocking around, I simply drilled 8mm holes into it, job done! and I also keep my atomisers and coils in the box itself.
I might paint it…
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