(07/01/17 03:57 PM)Bugsy Wrote:
(07/01/17 12:54 PM)MDC Wrote:
(07/01/17 12:32 PM)Bugsy Wrote: Aah, get it now, thanks for clarifying. I think I need a more up-to-date mod in anycase so I'll get my research boots on!
The mod must be able to fire the coil, but if you're going high power, make sure you have good, high drain batteries too. What kind of power are you going to be using?
At the moment I don't go higher than 40-45 watts (this is the power?). However if I can get a setup which allows me to occasionally vape at higher watts without any burnt taste / dry hits I'd like that .
So, ignoring silly claims for 113w single battery mods, to get any kind of battery life from a high drain battery you don't want to go much over 60w per battery, 75w max.
So, at the moment you are OK for a single battery mod, but much higher, you will need a multiple (2,3 or 4) battery mod.
Have a browse around, all manufacturers now state what minimum coil resistance their mods will drive, you presumably need the figure for watts/power mode.
My normal vaping is MTL at 15-25w with an occasional cloud at 50w, all with simple single coils.