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  1. How to Use Switch display mode: Keep pressing upside and downside of the adjustment button simultaneously for two seconds when the device is off, the screen display will rotate 180 degrees. You can view the screen from two different angles through this operation. Switch among VW /TC-Ni/TC-Ti modes: Long press the menu button to switch modes. 1) In VW Mode: Adjust wattage: In VW mode, the output wattage can be adjusted from 1W to 60W by pressing upside or downside of the adjustment button, upside to increase and downside to decrease. Long press upside or downside of the adjustment button can rapidly increase or decrease the wattage level. These are the directions to set it as earthlink suggested
  2. Very true. I have not tried one in an OCC head yet so I would be interested in your findings with it. I do use them in my rebuildable tanks both dual and single and they are a nice constant performer.
  3. Not really, you have more room to work in that head. This is 7 wraps and is a .9 ohm. Much lower and you will melt the insulator. I need to add that is wrapped on a 16ga needle too.
  4. It makes one hell of a KPT head coil though.
  5. I had a hard time twisting that without getting knots in it... you can see one in my pic. You have to keep them even as best you can while twisting. I found the slower you twist it the better the results. You will still get a knot or two but most times you can cut them out as you make the coils.
  6. Not really... 24r-.5f, 24r-.9f, 22r-.5f, 22r-.9f 28r-.9f, 28r-.5f, 26r-.5f 26r-.9f 32r-.9f, 32r-.5f, 30r-.9f, 30r-.5f
  7. I would like to find some flat SS.... Nickle, or Ti. I haven't looked in a while so it may be out there now.
  8. Depends on what I'm building for. If its say a KPT coil head .5 and 32. If it is for more vapor and lower ohms. .9 with 22.
  9. I think I will always be a Tiger Wire user. I just love the flavor and versatility of them. It is kind of a pain to twist up at first, but after a while it is just second nature.
  10. I have always used my Fluke meter. I have not ever used one of the calculators for coils.
  11. LOL I'm sure he did not want to. I had mine done in Kalamazoo. I hold no ill-will toward him as he did a damn good job for what he was dealing with. He said it was one his hardest extractions.
  12. I was knocked out. I do remember the dentist on my chest cussing at my teeth and yelling at me to open wider. LOL I had a few pulled with a local and vowed never again.
  13. I'm a poor example when it comes to having teeth pulled. Years ago I had to have all of mine taken out and continued to smoke and drink from straws. I kept the area covered with cotton that the Dentist gave me and not 1 dry socket. I was unfortunate and was born with no/little enamel on my teeth. Enamel is the natural protection from cavities and other issues. My wisdom teeth were decaying under my gums and had to have all 4 removed the same day. It is not fun and hurt for a few days. The worst pain I had IMO was when the gums started the heal and pulled on the stitches. Xtra Strength OralJel would sooth the pain for a few hours. I feel for yeah just be very mindful and draw very slow and not hard. Do more of a lung draw than mouth to lung draws. I will add to that coughing is painful so don't try and do long draws.
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