Hi gents. I'm looking for a little friendly advise from anyone who has had a similar problem to this. Last night I got my Cigreen n23 through and decided to do a nice chucking build. Originally went for a 5 wrap dual 22g nichrome on a 2.4mm driver which should have read around .08-.1. Nope, ohm meter read .05 after pinching Coil wrapping | Steam Engine | free vaping calculators Being my slightly paranoid self, I ditched the build and did it again, this time with with an extra wrap. After pinching this build should weigh in at .1-.12, so I expected to this to solve the problem... nope... thing now read .07. Coil wrapping | Steam Engine | free vaping calculators >>>>> WTFing intensifies <<<<< Tools & Toys: Steam engine website Ebay £12 ohm meter 22g Nichrome Cigreen n23 Samsung 20r (I use 25rs usually, but 20rs for pulsing and very low builds) Copper Chaplin clone mod Things I've checked so far: - Changed the batteries in the ohm meter. - Tested with my multimeter but it's only accurate to .1, ohm meter says it's .1. - Pulsed and pinched for about 6-8 minutes trying to raise resistance. No joy. - Battery not even warm even after pulsing for so long. The N23 is a centre block deck so I know it's not leads crossing, and it's probably the single cleanest build I've ever made. Tight coils, short legs and centred better than any other build I've made. The coils heat up perfectly in sync... I'm so fookin confused. I got brave before I went to bed, wicked her up and had a few hits, and my holy shit does she chunk the clerds. She's putting out better than my god mod cranked up to 180w on a .57ohm 12 wrap 24g kanthal, and with the n23's airflow wide open the vapour is not even slightly warm. The flavour is amazing, and the atty, mod & battery stayed very cool after about 8-12 hits. Is there anything else I can check for before I shell out on a new ohm meter? Any other tips or advice you might have would be greatly appreciated.