Nautilus question

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  1. Beanzy555

    Beanzy555 New Member

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    Hello everybody, I have a question concerning the Aspire Nautilus 5ml tank. I just received two of these and I am a little curious as to why the flavor doesn't seem to be nearly as good as the Aspire ET-S glassomizer. I have tried the 1.6, 1.8 1.2 Triton mini and the 1.8 Triton mini clapton and all seem to fall short of the flavor intensity I get from the ET-S with the 2.1 coil. Can anybody give me some pointers on how I might boost the flavor in the Nautilus tanks? Thanks for any suggestions, all are appreciated!
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  2. Murray_B

    Murray_B New Member

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    Well, Beanzy, I have the Nautilus mini and the ET-S and find the larger atomizer of the Nautilus requires more power than the ET-S to deliver the same intensity of flavour but with a greater volume of vapour. Try increasing the power level a little and see if that helps.
     
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    Rickajho Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    It may be a case of "it is what it is" here. I have used whatever fits a Nautilus and I just don't find the Aspire coils to be great on flavor production. Especially if the liquids are on the high VG side of things.
     
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    Bigbob2322 Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee Reddit Exile

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    Raise your watts a little at a time, 12 works for me.
     
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    Beanzy555 New Member

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    I want to thank everyone that responded to my Nautilus question. After some adjustments I have much better performance. Thanks again.
     
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    Time Platinum Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    If you can stand the tight draw, the smaller air holes will help some for flavor.
     
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    Artemis Gold Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I make my own liquid and use a 1.6 coil at 21 watts (50/50 lately). Of course, this would not work with store bought eliquids or nets.
     

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