Vape chart including sub ohm

Discussion in 'Charts' started by Scuba-Matt, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. Scuba-Matt

    Scuba-Matt Silver Contributor

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  2. urclebaggins

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    nice never seen the sub-ohm version of this. everyone has seen the other one but this is pretty cool
     
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    needs .1 to .4 ohms and it will be complete
     
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    Need the delete button and it will be complete. Sorry but these charts are deceptive and grossly inaccurate. This chart would have you using a lowly 3 volts on a .5 ohm setup... Sadly I can tell you from plenty of personal vaping experience, that 5 volts+ is fine down there, it just requires re-dripping or a better feeding tank to keep up.
     
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    Thanks for the chart and thanks Claviger for the added info..
     
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    I don't think these charts are anywhere near acurate, considering the different types and of coils we have. Imagine these two scenarios: A short piece of resistance wire at .1 ohm vs ten 1 ohm microcoils, also at .1 ohm. Would they produce the same kind of vapor at the same voltage? Probably not.
     

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