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#11 (permalink)      10/1/2018 3:15:03 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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0.25 with dual fused Claptons on a velocity v2.

Very happy, but i need 2-3 batts per day if i only use this device
Gina Royal: https://youtu.be/t2qAGfxoRu4
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Dual Coil, 4 wraps of this SKU 8951907
3mm ID onthe Velocity V2

thicc af clouds boi

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P.Fruit wrote:

Dual Coil, 4 wraps of this SKU 8951907
3mm ID onthe Velocity V2

thicc af clouds boi




What do the Ohms come to?

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I run a Wasp Nano on top of it, and use 5 wraps of (28x4)36 SS 316L fused clapton. Ends up at 0.26 ohm after dry burn. Position the coil so the top lines up with the top of the deck. It hits like a brick and makes for some tasty flavor. On Reddit, this build is known as the "Wasqueeze".
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I have a couple old Kanger Drip Box mods that I still use with Wasp Nanos and these coils - SKU 9655069. They are my everyday carry around no worries about dropping or breaking squonkers LOL It helps keep my Pulse 80 and my RSQ in perfect condition.
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I've tried a few builds on mine, but so far have stuck with a simple 3mm ID 5-wrap of 24AWG Kanthal for about 0.45Ω in a NarCa RDA.

(Ahown on an Aspire NX75 I'd used for building on/testing. Yes, the coil is askew in the photo, but got straightened out later)


Simple and just works. :)


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Caffeine wrote:

I've tried a few builds on mine, but so far have stuck with a simple 3mm ID 5-wrap of 24AWG Kanthal for about 0.45Ω in a NarCa RDA. (Ahown on an Aspire NX75 I'd used for building on/testing. Yes, the coil is askew in the photo, but got straightened out later)Simple and just works. :)


Hows the ramp up time? Any time i use bigger than 28ga the ramp up sucks.

I run dual 28ga 2.5mmID on a lowpro, comes out to about .5

I was running the lowpro at .35, clouds and flavor was great, but I was going through batteries like crazy.

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Big_Jim wrote:

Caffeine wrote:

I've tried a few builds on mine, but so far have stuck with a simple 3mm ID 5-wrap of 24AWG Kanthal for about 0.45Ω in a NarCa RDA. (Ahown on an Aspire NX75 I'd used for building on/testing. Yes, the coil is askew in the photo, but got straightened out later)Simple and just works. :)



Hows the ramp up time? Any time i use bigger than 28ga the ramp up sucks.

I run dual 28ga 2.5mmID on a lowpro, comes out to about .5

I was running the lowpro at .35, clouds and flavor was great, but I was going through batteries like crazy.



Because you're running dual coils. That is eating power this mod just can't give ya.

Ramp up is pretty much non-existent with this build. It'll last a day easily too.
I am using good batteries though like the 25R, 30Q, etc.

The trick is using less wraps but with a good diameter for wicking fast. That 5-wrap build will glow in a second if not wicked, but as a 3mm coil stuffed with cotton, it shines. :-)

At around 0.45 ohm, it is slightly conservative enough for battery life, but plenty powerful enough as well in a small RDA.

I originally got the notion for it from a Reddit thread on the WaSqueeze combo.

I also like the thin-wire builds, did this one on the same RDA previously:


Can't recall for sure, but think that was 30AWG wire. It worked, but not as well (IMO) as my current build.


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I'm sure this has been covered, but ya all do know that the Squeeze has an auto-shut off if you haven't used it in a bit, eh?

So, first press, it'll light up and do the LED blink thing to self-test then the second will actually fire it. Just in case anyone was mistaking THAT for a slow ramp time or such.

If you're getting like four slow LED pulses, it's around half capacity IIRC. They'll speed up as it drains more...it's all in the manual.

Reddit uber-thread FWIW: https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/7annv6/the_wasqueeze_thread_now_1_less_reason_to_pm_me/

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Caffeine wrote:

Big_Jim wrote:Caffeine wrote:I've tried a few builds on mine, but so far have stuck with a simple 3mm ID 5-wrap of 24AWG Kanthal for about 0.45Ω in a NarCa RDA. (Ahown on an Aspire NX75 I'd used for building on/testing. Yes, the coil is askew in the photo, but got straightened out later)Simple and just works. :)Hows the ramp up time? Any time i use bigger than 28ga the ramp up sucks.I run dual 28ga 2.5mmID on a lowpro, comes out to about .5I was running the lowpro at .35, clouds and flavor was great, but I was going through batteries like crazy.Because you're running dual coils. That is eating power this mod just can't give ya.Ramp up is pretty much non-existent with this build. It'll last a day easily too.I am using good batteries though like the 25R, 30Q, etc.The trick is using less wraps but with a good diameter for wicking fast. That 5-wrap build will glow in a second if not wicked, but as a 3mm coil stuffed with cotton, it shines. :-)At around 0.45 ohm, it is slightly conservative enough for battery life, but plenty powerful enough as well in a small RDA.I originally got the notion for it from a Reddit thread on the WaSqueeze combo.I also like the thin-wire builds, did this one on the same RDA previously:Can't recall for sure, but think that was 30AWG wire.



I'll try a 24ga single coil build in my lowpro next time i build it. would be a lot easier to rewick than 2 tiny coils. I'm running HE2s, going to grab new batteries eventually.

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Big_Jim wrote:



I'll try a 24ga single coil build in my lowpro next time i build it. would be a lot easier to rewick than 2 tiny coils. I'm running HE2s, going to grab new batteries eventually.




Sounds good, experiment away!

What I like and how I vape may not be how you do, so ya can adjust accordingly, but I think you'll like it. Do watch that your build has clearance and doesn't short against the topcap though. I nearly oooopsied that one on the NarCa.

Smaller single coils kinda are the thing for single battery Non-VV/VW mods. Hell, I've tried Notch coils and even 4mm SS316 builds on the Squeeze...but that's kinda nuts.

Remember steam-engine too for checking your power/ohms and stuff. :)


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