Sometimes the simplest is the best
The other thing to consider beyond the build is the rda and airflow/chamber size and the like. For example I have the rebel recoil and only like custard and cake type vapes on it…to me it’s not good for fruity vapes…like I loose some of the high notes.
Just something to consider.
I have to be honest, till I saw you mentioned it some months ago, I wasn’t even aware of titanium. But to that time I didn’t have a mod that would perform well enough in tc.
Since I own now a 250c, I definitely take a look at it, and maybe give it a try. Lightning Vapes is the only place that sells it, in the US?
Unfortunately just round wire isn’t something I use. Tried different gauges but just get mediocre flavor.
I use quad core fused, triple fused, staggered fused claptons or aliens they ohm out at around 0.25-0.35 single, dual is much lower of course.
It’s still thin wire tho, could go 10-14 wraps but that ramp up would be horrible lol. I stay mostly around 5-7 wraps and occasionally space them, depending on my mood that day.
Yep… I was about to say the same… good prices too.
The Kanger RBA for the SubTank line is a mighty little jewel, ain’t it? It’s what I learned on when I first started building, and even with as much as I’ve learned I still keep mine handy for when I’m low on juice or go out of town. I can vape all day and still have some battery life left over when I use my Subby. Twisted 28 gauge spaced coils are perfect for that little powerhouse!
I usually stick with spaced coils, as I get a little better flavor and don’t have to hassle with working out hot spots.
That’s the great thing about vaping tho-So many ways to tune your vape to get maximum enjoyment!
Nice! Thanks for the link! I can see some experiments in the near future!!
Yes Sir it is!! I usually take that to work with me. Batteries will last all day and usually refill the tank mid day and I’m good! I keep cramming more exotic builds into it and it just keeps getting better!
I have no 28 AWG but I did a 26 AWG twisted and then wrapped a 36 awg around it and it worked really well. Been messing with so many coils in the past few weeks and can’t remember what is in there now! but its reading .43 ohm and tasting fine!
Just make sure you clean it before you coil it. A lot of Ti wire has some oil or greyish dusty stuff on it and you want to get that off with some alcohol and paper towels. I use a little steel wool pad under running water and it works well.
All my Ti wire comes from this dude:
Works for me and the flavor is fantastic.