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  1. EnergyDust

    EnergyDust New Member

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    Hello, everyone.
    I am not hardcore vaper, not even close, but I am in love with clouds.
    So it's about time to make my first build. I've never dripped at all, so the idea is little strange to me, every few hits, you need to drip, but the performance is significantly greater than the tank, as long as cloud chasing. I want to have both options, if possible. I think to get rx300, It has the power to handle sub-ohm RDA (But I rarely see RDA on top of a regulated mod(Also I am fascinated with the multi-coil builds so they will be must to me)), and can do tanks, as well. Can this be any good?
    I am definitely not scared of mech mod, but I am not sure about dripping, maybe I need to hear so thoughts about that. So...
    Feel free to guide me through my cloud adventure. :)
     
  2. CactusFanaticus

    CactusFanaticus Bronze Contributor

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    You can most definitely put an rda on a regulated mod. In choosing a mod what power/wattage you want to vape at is a big question.
     
  3. ScReWbALL

    ScReWbALL Bronze Contributor

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    There are options besides a straight up tank and straight up dripping that you can use to transition yourself and get more confident with what you’re doing. My first setup after I decided to upgrade from a starter kit was to use a Kangertech SubTank Mini on an iPV3 li, because I could buy sets of coils to just screw Into it and use, but it also allowed me to start learning about building and opened me up to that side of vaping. It was nice to be able to tinker around with building but if I screwed something up or it didn’t work out, I could just pop one of the store bought coil heads in to keep vaping and shrug off the failed build and just learn more to do better the next time I tried my hand at it.


    You're not drinking water are you?! You realize that stuff is found in antifreeze!?!
     
  4. Bardiel003

    Bardiel003 Silver Contributor

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    Well you can have a rdta box mod. They make one where it's either dual or triple mod size. Juice capacity depending on which two you want could be I think 6-10ml (?) and the deck it has mainly is dual coil so it should be beneficial for your closed chasing. I have a rdta mini just for portability and though the deck is small (about 22ish) it's enough for my cloud vapors though I mostly go for flavor. Cool think about rdta either mod or atty is that you juice up the wicks as you are tilting so your juice when vaping is somewhat fresh (imo) you could go for a rta and a high power mod. Just that if you let the juice settle long enough it wouldn't taste the same as such. I have a kylin rta and I love vaping from it. Especially around 100w ish. And the clouds back then was massive I have one for sale if interested. But imo out of other rta I have built, that was my favorite.
     
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    Wtmke1 Silver Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Man I'm using an ipv3 li right now.lol

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  6. ScReWbALL

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    Just don’t drop it! Lol. I dropped mine and it pushed one of the battery contacts into the box and I couldn’t use it anymore. On a side note, when researching if/how I could fix it was where I first ran across the argument for a mech mod over a regulated device because they were practically indestructible. That planted the seed and even though it was two mods away, I ended up with a mech and that’s all she wrote. I did use my first RDA with that mod though, so, yes...nothing wrong with an RDA on a regulated device.


    You're not drinking water are you?! You realize that stuff is found in antifreeze!?!
     
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  7. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    It also has the power to crap out on you. It's a Wismec device. Get something else, seriously.
     
  8. EnergyDust

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    It sounds too good to be true, doesn't it. So can you offer me something similar. Is 300 watts overkill?

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  9. OhmzRaw

    OhmzRaw Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Most definitely overkill. The advantage of having a quad cell device is not because of its power but because of its battery life if you use high wattage. Quad cell mods are massive and not very convenient to carry around as they are heavy as well. I would recommend that you look at either a triple or dual cell mod. 200 watts is enough for blowing clouds. It's not always about how much power you using but also what atomizer and coil build you have which determine your clouds. In my opinion, the atomizer and build is more important. Look for a mod that really appeals to you and has at least 200w of power thereafter think about what atomizer you want to use. An RDA produces more clouds than a tank but it does need constant dripping. If you want an RDA experience without having to drip constantly, look at bottom feeding devices or RDTA'S. Once you have an idea of what setup you want, think about the coils you wanna use. For clouds, I think you'll love a set a hand built framed aliens or similar but you can get away with some 20g or 22g dual coils. On a regulated device, the minimum resistance is usually 0.1 ohms so you should aim to build at around 0.2 to be safe. Also note that when building this low, the amps needed is quite high so as a safety precaution, the mod will not give the coils full power. I hope this answers your question.
     
  10. EnergyDust

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    I just tried, half day vaping with a dripper... And it's awesome, fresh flavor, much better than tanks, as to my laziness of dripping,I will handle it :D. As a robotics tinkerer, I made the decision to go with mech. There are just 2 simple questions. First I have Imax battery charger(original one) can i use it to charge vape batteries. Second, Can someone offer me a good dual parallel box mod, I prefer something rugged and raw looking. As far as Rda i will go with Velocity v2. [​IMG]

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  11. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    It is overkill. But if you want a quad battery device that works and puts out over 300W, the Smok GX350 works great. Never had a single problem with mine.
     
  12. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Geekvape Mech Pro. Cheap, simple, clean, spring-loaded 510, spring-loaded battery connectors, just works. Only downside: the magnets come unglued after a while. But it's just a matter of supergluing them back on.
     
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    You can pick up a decent charger for a few bucks, like a nitecore or efest ( but stay away from efest batteries)I second the Mech pro, use it often, definitely recommended. Using it right now actually at work. Tough box and hits hard AF with the right RDA/RTA/build. Simple super glue fixed my magnet as well.
     
  14. EnergyDust

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    Does someone know a box mod with this drippy style and gun style trigger?
     
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    Carambrda Gold Contributor

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    I own not just one, but two RX300 mods, and never had a problem with either one. The only time when I saw someone holding a Smok GX350 was when the owner of this GX350 brought it back to a local vape shop after his GX350 kept jumping to max power... 350 watts output whilst the display on the GX350 was showing 75 watts so NEVER trust a Smok. The guy is lucky to still have a throat instead of having a throat fucked by satan. People who recommend Smok are NOT people who like to blow huge clouds. (Or maybe they WOULD like to, but can't...) Further, Smok mods can't support ArcticFox firmware, whereas Wismec mods can. ArcticFox firmware is quite simply a must have for clouds (and flavor, for that matter...) except if you want to take it the expensive route (DNA) or use PWM mods or use mech mods. ArcticFox with NToolbox is what makes it possible to use power curves, and use them in a non bass-ackwards manner... with emphasis on 'non bass-ackwards'.
     
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    Nah.

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  17. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    So you have two working RX300 mods and you saw one single faulty GX350 mod - from which you deduce that RX300 mods are fine and Smok is to be avoided at all costs. Me, I have one faulty RX300 mod and 2 other faulty Wismec devices, and one perfectly working GX350 mod. Guess what I deduce? :)

    Neither you or I have a large enough sample size to deduce anything of value really. But there's one thing I know: when you hear about mods crapping out, it's more often Wismec than Smok - like, a LOT more often. Caveat emptor...

    I use mine at 100W in TC mode with SS316 mesh. I don't know, maybe I'm not hardcore enough...

    I'll agree with that: I'd love to see AF on the GX350. It'd make a good mod even better.
     
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    Wrong. I don't deduce anything. The fact you had to assume I was deducing something says more about you than it says about Wismec.
    In answer to your question. Whatever it is you deduce is both irrelevant and completely off topic.
    Agreed.
    Often times it's because so many idiots are getting tons of juice to leak into their mod. Can't blame the manufacturer for people's idiocy. In other cases the wiring inside the mod will have broken, but I have seen or heard no reports of this as far as the RX300 goes. Further, the 510 connector on the RX300 is a noticeable improvement over previous models by Wismec. The pin of the 510 has a longer travel. Doesn't mean you have to be stupid enough to force an atty on so firmly that the pin might still get stuck as a result. Use a plastic washer between the atty and the mod if necessary. If the pin is stuck due to juice having been spilled into the 510. Then apply a very small drop of vodka... you should be able to gently wiggle the pin back up again by using your sharp tipped (curved tip) tweezers that came with your Coil Master Kit.

    Wismec mods are easy to un-assemble/re-assemble. It's not Wismec's fault the fact that the vast majority of people are plain idiots. Plain idiots like yourself, I might deduce... because in every other thread that pops up about Wismec, you deem it necessary to crap on both it and other people's heads with your hidden agenda against it. Even if the mod does crap out faster─which BTW you just admitted you don't know, as it's nothing but hearsay─then there's STILL the fact these mods are cheap. So, personally, I, would NEVER sacrifice ArcticFox/NToolbox. To simply buy a new RX300 after the old one craps out (and you can't fix it yourself) is much less pain. So much so, the forum would simply be a better place if you and others like you would just shut your idiotic faces. By spreading your useless vitriol you've been chasing away knowledgeable people who might have been willing to share their knowledge. So either be constructive or simply GTFO.
    Cloud chasing and TC at 100 watts. REALLY?
    The fact the board in the GX350 can't support AF and offers no alternative to the power curves is why the GX350 sucks for both flavor and clouds. (Even, if the mod does not jump to max power and you don't get throat fucked by satan.)
     
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  19. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I usually enjoy discussing things with you, but since you prefer to be insulting, think what you will bubba.
     
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    Of course I'm insulting when I point out that you have a hidden agenda against Wismec... it clearly shows from the fact you post the exact same bullshit again each time when someone mentions the brand. Have a nice day.
     
  21. Giraut

    Giraut Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    You will notice that I never insulted you.
     
  22. EnergyDust

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    Meh, After sleepless nights of researching I make this (Hammer of God style schematic). But my problem is that I cannot find 45 amp mech switch, this is the missing part of the equation :/. The authentic HOG V3 is also full mech, so there is a switch that can handle this current. Another thing to try is to get PWM board and a decent MOSFET that can handle high-frequency "switching" and cool It with the metal body of the enclosure. But there is going to be just a simple regulated. If you know a decent switch or a way to CNC craft it, it would be nice. I also plan to laser etch it and paint.

    https://imgur.com/a/MEWVI - Link to my schematic
     
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    After further researching, I found that full mech is no that safe(watched some cherry bombers short fire and vape explosion due to shorts), so I think that a single MOSFET, a fuse(40 AMP) and temp control inside that will cut off the circuit if the temp of the batteries is 5 C more than the ambient, will save the day.(I'll be using some kind of ATtiny and watch battery).

    Please some of the mods here to move the thread into the unregulated/mech sub-forum, just because it's not cloud chasing related, yet :D
     
  24. zombievapereview

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    People love mod bashing. I love jaybo wismec. Solid gear. I've used the same 200 since it came out. The older ones are better.

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    Yes, but what about the people that don't report anything. Shit happens. I like wismec and smok. There both good.

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    Yeah, shit happens... especially to those who believe that smok is good. LOL The simple fact it lacks any kind of power curves feature makes the GX350 completely useless to me, and, I may be stupid, but I'm not so stupid that I'm going to buy a 350 watt mod that jumps to max power as I have no intention to scorch my mustache, let alone get throat fucked by satan so if you really think smok is good too, then I wish you the best luck to not get throat fucked by satan.
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