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Discussion in 'Rebuildable Mods and Devices' started by Vaperscoil, Nov 17, 2017.
What is your mtl setup?
I get you bud. And am not saying all spools are equally good or bad. I'm sure some are expertly constructed. But which ones and trying to find perfection in a complex wire is a game I just don't have time for in the real world.
Within a mtl set up I have just never found a need to over complicate a coil. The amount of air going over the coil is tiny and the density of vapour achieved can only be so much given the tight drip tip.
Can't at all argue with you if you have found differently. Each to their own and some really notice the most miniscule of differences in a big way while others not at all.
As long as you've found your nirvana that's all that matters and I urge everyone to take on board any tips offered and discover for themselves whats for them.
Coward. Smutty two coils.
I once ate a piece of chicken breast , spookily it tasted exactly the same as a mouthful of chicken breast .......... go figure
I was thinking the same. Lol.
I'm fairly sure if I run that in the strike. Fire would come out the mouthpiece.
There's a huge discrepancy these day's between what we used to call mtl and what is currently thought of as mtl. 1.6mm airflow would have been the absolute max. When the original nautilus came out I couldn't believe how airy the 1.5mm airflow option was.
Wide open sub ohm was the atlantis and subtank with their single 5mm Cyclops airflow. When most consider the narda a mtl rda I'm left baffled of what is what now.
I probably should patent a toaster that uses Clapton wire. In the 100year's of evolution and production of the toaster nobody has realized the perfect toast will be toasted evenly and correctly by Clapton.
You should try and sell this idea to Tefal.