Sub-Ohm Warning!

Readers who are building very low ohm coils must be aware of the risks in regards to batteries and inhalation.
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Getting started with cloud chasing and vaping.

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasing & Sub Ohming' started by BoPeep, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. Sp3ckyh0td0g81

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    It will feel like someone has taken a blowtorch to your throat and lungs :gunban::gunban::gunban: (*disclaimer i know the emojis are of machine gun fire but closest visual representation i could give you)

    welcome to the planet a wealth of good knowledgeable people on here who will happily give you all the answers you need, my advice is take it all in and dont be afraid to ask for help, it will save you alot of stress and money in the long run.
     
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  2. Cliffyboy1962

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    It is possible to burn a stock coil and only briefly notice a burnt taste. After that, the flavour can go back to normal-ish. The problem is, even a slightly burnt coil can reduce the volume of cotton in the coil. This can create small gaps which, if your unlucky can let juice through from the tank into the chimney and over time, result in a leaky tank. Juice coming out of the airflow holes will be a sign of this. No choice but to replace the coil if this happens.
     

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