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About IStick Pico
Help me im noob for IStick Pico Product
28-09-2016 01:59 PM
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RE: About IStick Pico
can you please tell me what the Different between Temperature SS,M1,M2,Ti,bypass,wattage etc i will be appreciate itif u could help me
28-09-2016 02:00 PM
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(28-09-2016 02:00 PM)ARS_LowFire Wrote:  can you please tell me what the Different between Temperature SS,M1,M2,Ti,bypass,wattage etc i will be appreciate itif u could help me

and what functions of purple ring?
28-09-2016 02:02 PM
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RE: About IStick Pico
Bypass = unregulated mode, DO NOT USE with your lack of knowledge
Wattage mode = what it says, you can adjust the power of the device

Temperature Control modes (you can adjust the vaping temperature):
- SS = Stainless steel wire mode
- Ti = Ti wire mode
- Ni = Nickel wire mode
- M1 - M3 = Memory locations for your own settings

I suggest you buy an SS coil head and start vaping in wattage mode. For a 1 ohm coil use 15 W. Regulate up to + / - 5 W if you need warmer or cooler.
After you got used to the device use the same wattage that you used in wattage mode in SS mode and start with 235 C. Then adjust warmer or cooler to your preference.
Do not use any Ni or Ti coil in wattage mode or bypass mode, may be do not use these coils at all before you know what is it all about.
29-09-2016 03:00 AM
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