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Single or dual coil in Griffin 25?
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Single or dual coil in Griffin 25?
Bought one of these today. I just went single coil and it works great however I'm curious about the dual coil. What are the advantage/disadvantage of dual/single coil? I assume dual coil would go through more juice and be worse for battery life.
28/12/16 05:28 PM
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RE: Single or dual coil in Griffin 25?
You assume correctly, double coil = more juice, more flavour/clouds, but it depends on your juice/mod too.

FYI, when you double your coil, you halve the resistance....I'm sure you probably know this already! Smiling

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28/12/16 05:34 PM
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