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  1. I saw one of friend to have this model mango 25w , some one know this ? how can I get it ?
  2. Hey everyone! I'm new here because I recently just bought my first box mod and I'm having some trouble with it. So I got the Smok R80 TC just the other day (the bundle kit) from my local vendor and I FREAKIN' LOVE IT!!! There's a problem though that's really bumming me out... the damn coils!! I used the first coil that was pre-installed into my vape. It was a Micro CLP2 0.3 ohm coil. By my mistake, and out of my ignorance for box vapes, (not to mention my overwhelming excitement) I loaded the atomizer up with juice and starting firing away. IT WAS AWESOME AS CRAP!! I started off around 40 watts, switched around to 50, 60, and back down to 30. The coil lasted a little less than a day before I started tasting this nasty burnt taste. (I put that coil back into my vape this morning, and I was only able to take about 2 or 3 good hits before the burnt taste came back, so I'm assuming I ruined it beyond repair.) So after I figured I'd burnt out the coil somehow, I switched to the backup coil they gave me, a Micro STC2 0.25 ohm. I was nervous about it burning out...and within an hour, my worries had come true...it did! And even quicker than the last coil! I usually start off on 40 watts...which is on the low side for these kinds of coils, or at least that's what they say. I don't "choo-choo train hit it", just straight inhales, so I don't think the way I'm hitting it is the problem. I do tend to chain vape sometimes, so maybe I just used it too much? I find that hard to believe because the drags I take aren't very long and I usually take 5-10 hits max in a row before setting it down. I know I'm a newbie when it comes to these kinds of vapes, as I've been smoking the eGo One vape pen for a while and I figured I needed a serious upgrade. Can somebody please tell me what I'm doing wrong? The wattage range for the 0.3 and 0.25 coils say 30-60, and now when I try to vape with them I can only use about 17 watts and I STILL get the burnt taste...I guess I'll have to pitch them.... I do vape with high VG a good bit of the time, but my eGo One was able to withstand all of it...it makes me sad to think that's what I'll have to resort back to! :/ I also heard letting them "pre-juice" before I start vaping? Can somebody explain that process to me? Or as a matter of fact, can someone explain ANY other kinds of procedures I can do to prevent my coils from burning out so quickly? I will be really bummed if I just wasted a good chunk of my money on this...and I'll also be super bummed if I'm forced to vape on less than 30 wattage...I'll get better clouds and flavor on my eGo One. So yeah, don't laugh, I know I'm new to this stuff. I don't know if it's me doing something wrong, faulty coils, the atomizer, or the tank itself...but I'm going to take a wild guess that it was me. If someone can give me some advice for the next time I'm able to purchase some new coils, that would be fantastic. Thank you guys for your help!
  3. Hi. I'm looking for a new mod to get. I have the wismec rx200 and I love it but I want a new mod also. I've been looking into either the Sigeli 75w or the snow wolf 75w. I've also looked into the ipv4s and the Sigeli 150w non tc. Any comments or suggestions??
  4. Hi I'm looking for a smaller box mod. I've been looking at the Sigeli 75w tc box mod or the snow wolf 75w box mod? Any other suggestions or comments on which one to buy?
  5. Hi I'm about to buy my second box mod and I need some help on what to get. I'd like a 200 watt mod that is easy to use and works very well. Right now I and deciding between 3 mods, those being the following: 1.) wismec realeaux 200 watt 2.) Sigeli fuchai 200 watt 3.) ipv5 200 watt Help please!
  6. temperature protection between 200°F and 600°F (or 100°C-315°C) under temp mode, Ni200 coil is required. Be careful to only attach new atomizers that have cooled to room temperature to the mod. When using a new atomizer or reconnect existing atomizer undre temp mode, the koopor mini will prompt "NEW COIL UO SAME DOWN" to allow you to confirm the change. a box that can breathe the bottom of the box is full of small air holes, which are not only for decoration, but also for venting gases to prevent the box from overheating, and extend the operation life. magnet-held battery cover could be opened in seconds koopor mini takes magnet-held battery cover. You can simply slide it off and replace battery without tools. koopor mini features one 18650 battery, and adjustable wattage from minimum 1W to maximum 60W. It can fire resistances from 0.06 ohm to 2 ohms to provide a different vape. multiple protections overheat protection, 12 seconds cutoff, low-battery warning, short circuit protection, low resistance protection, output auto-regulation protection. the out shell is cut at an elegant 45 degree angle, which really does feel better in the hand. Made of high-quality zinc alloy, koopor mini is super durable and strong. Streamline box combined with brushed-metal finish and beautiful design, you can hardly put it down. specifications size: 83.8*41*24.5mm weight:120g material: stainless steel and zinc alloy output voltage: 0.8V-9V temperature control range:200°F-600°F/100°C-315°C temp mode resistance range: 0.06Ω-2.0Ω watt mode resistance range: 0.1Ω-2.0Ω standnby current: <20uA output power: 1W-60W
  7. Has anyone else tried the custom FOG MODZ boxes?
  8. Thanks to my buddy yzrmbsg I decided to add the hookah tube to my super ego detonator because of the belt attachment on the back of the box. Parts: Old tube from a nebulizer with groove cut in hard plastic end to hold rubber grommet. Old rubber grommet off of drip tip from sh!tty mega ego atomizer Mega dual coil eGo cartomizer The nebulizer tube end was the EXACT same diameter as the drip tip for the mega eGo atty so I figured if I mod it to hold a grommet it would plug into my new dual coil mega eGo cartos. And it did... :-D I think this might be really really bad lol. This tube is right next to my face all the time. :-p I don't think I should use it in public
  9. OK it's been a long time coming but I FINALLY built a new mod. I built this after seeing many flaws in the basic VV box mod with a rotating pot. I hated how I would have to add a locking mechanism to it to keep it from turning and also hated how I didn't know the voltage without a multi meter. Well I solved all that plus the flimsiness of those box mods when I came across this box from Polycase. It's kinda beefy but I have really enjoyed it so far. I call it the Super eGo Detonator (as I can not bring this on base on Fort Hood or in an airport cuz it looks like a DETONATOR LMAO) 1st pic is with a mega eGo Dual Coil Carto. LOVE THIS THING 2nd is with the Drip on Demand Kit from MV with eGo cone attached using 510 to eGo adapter from MV... also LOVE IT The blue part of it is a rubber cover. Very nice if I drop it it just bounces. As you can see it has an LED bar on the front. The first two are green (3.7 and 4v), the second two are yellow (4.5 and 5v), and the last two are red (5.5 and 6v). The voltage is changed with a multi position switch on top (will be pictured below) and is very clicky. It wont change voltage unless I want it too. It is seated next to the on off switch and 510 connector. Here is the parts list. I may forget some things... as you will see a LOT went inside this. Polycase Box (Free sample ) TI multi voltage regulator (also free sample ) Multi position pot (had this laying around) On/Off switch (also had this lying around) Clicky Button from MV Resistors, Capacitors, and Wires (had these lying around) 6 LED multi color bar (had this lying around) Circuit boards from MV 510 connector, 510 to eGo adapter and eGo cone from MV OK now under the hood pics (oh baby oh baby) As you can see it is run by 2 14500 trust fire batteries seated in a neat little compartment on the opposite side of the circuitry. I won't bother explaining how I wired this... it took a LONG TIME lol. Just look. Anyways I love it. There are no leaks inside, it is shock absorbent and weather proof, the voltage doesn't change without me doing it and it vapes like a BEAST. Like it?
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