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Discussion in 'Mouth to Lung Vaping' started by spikey1, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. Rob

    Rob Administrator Staff Member

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    I know people have always rather doubted my assertions that Mesh will work as a reducer, but I have yet to find a situation where it hasn't at the very lest, helped.
    So much easier and infinitely customisable to make things PERFECT for your own specific needs. :2thumbsup::2thumbsup::2thumbsup:
     
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  2. rew

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    Thanks Rob. It's a really simple and effective solution.
     
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  3. Banjostring

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    These mesh reducers. Is it simply a case of cutting a small piece of, wrapping it into a tube and inserting it into the airflow like a sleeve?
     
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  4. Rob

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    That's the genera; way of it yes, I torch mine, just because I always do :)
     
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  5. Banjostring

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    Torch? You mean like just putting a flame to it to burn off any residue? Or does it help to work with it?
     
  6. rew

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    You can torch it with a lighter, but it's not essential. I've done my reducers without torching.
     
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  7. Rob

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    I do it to any mesh I use for this as it keeps the roll tight at all times, even when it’s out whilst you’re doing something to the atty
     
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    Thanks for the advice guys, I'll be trying this later
     
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  9. spikey1

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    Digging up this thread as I’m soon to order another Reaper. Also realised in all the years of posting on this forum I’ve never shown a build, probably because they’re not very good.

    Anyway to break the habit this is what I use in the reaper, Stealthvape Nife 30, 3 mm ID, comes out around 0.28 ohms.

    Ignore the messy excess cotton, I’ll clear this up when I prime but was just wondering if this is similar to others using TC?
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  10. John R

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    Pretty similar tbh, 28awg 6 spaced wraps coming in around 0.19.
     

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