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Vaporesso GT Mesh Coils

Discussion in 'Pre Made Coils You Buy' started by Muilisx, Oct 24, 2018.

  1. Muilisx

    Muilisx New Member

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    So, bought a Cascade tank for my GPRIV2. This tank comes with the GT adapter so you can use the GT line of coils as well as any baby beast coil.

    Decided to buy a pack of the GT Mesh coils to use after I used the two included GTM coils.

    Have to say Mesh coils are the way to go. Nice flavor at a decent wattage. They're rated 55 to 85 so I'm at 75 and just fantastic. They break it beautifully. Nice pop, and crackle. This tank is a beast I love it. Definitely recommend both.

    Anyone else have any experience using these GT Mesh Coils?

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    Be careful with that cascade tank. I loved mine, vaped great , but after 4 months the metal ring at the bottom of the tank just got a crack in it. Never dropped or chain vaped, and only vaped at 55 watts. Very disappointed.
     
  3. Muilisx

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    Thanks, will keep it in mind.

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    Tried finding some info on it but can't so seems to be an isolated incident...hopefully

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    I am using the QF strip coil, as that is what was installed. it also came with a QF mesh. and I bought a pack of GT mesh Clapton.
    what is the difference, other than looks, I don't have a clue.
     
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    I just put in a GT mesh Clapton .18ohm. I don't notice a difference other than lower(for now) watts.
    but I am inexperienced, so take with a grain.
     
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    just turned it up to 67w. tasty, but hot.
     
  8. Muilisx

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    They last much longer, and have better flavor than regular spiral coils. They're I believe 55w to 85w. I usually do 75w

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    also, I hardly have a clue what settings I should have the mod on . VWN right now.
     
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    I use VWN @ 75w

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    yeah. but I mean between the strip, mesh, QF, GT, etc. I have only been doing this for 2 weeks. 1 week with this mod.
     
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    I've only used regular spiral coils and mesh and mesh is way better. Haven't tried any others. I'm going to order the Geekvape Aero Mesh coils as I heard those are really good

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    I have been hitting this thing, and the flavor it the BEST I have tasted yet ! 69w

    BUT, it could be that I didn't have the strip coil set just right, soooo
     
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    Yeah Mesh is the way to go.

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    I got a Cascade a while back and have been loving the GTM8 coil at 100W. I have plenty of other tanks that can use baby beast styled coils. Mesh is fine and dandy but don't see a need to use smaller coils in this tank. I'm getting superb flavor and thick/dense vapor. The flavor is right up there with the big dogs that use the newer tripple mesh coils.

    I've been trying everones mesh coils in my smaller tanks and it seems each brand is doing it right. That is, if they use the right material. I've come across some labeled as mesh but its more of a strip with holes punched in it. I'm not a big of a fan of those.

    I like that smaller screen styled mesh lasts a long time. It fires quickly and gives great flavor. The clouds are less dense and warm but thats the trade off. They also work really well on stick mods. I currently have a GT Mesh coil in a Geekvape Illusion Mini. That tank is sitting on an OBS Draco stick mod. They really are good coils, I'm getting awesome flavor on this.

    To the guy above with a cracked airflow ring...I don't see how a solid stainless steel piece of metal is just gunna split for no reason. I'm inspecting mine now and there's no way. Someone must have done that without you noticing.
     
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    It wasn't the airflow ring that cracked, it was the metal under the airflow, Yeah I not sure how it happened but it was no fault of mine. I've been vaping for a year now and still haven't dropped a mod, knock on wood, lol. I think I posted a pic of it somewhere on here.
     

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