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RE: Box mod?
Off the top of my head, no. The Aqua is IMO the best tank I've used.

Foggers will take high wattages - I ran a Big Fogger at 0.2 ohms which is about 88W on a fresh cell.

However, the Big Fogger is a total pig to build.

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19-03-2015 03:59 PM
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RE: Box mod?
(19-03-2015 03:59 PM)Don Wrote:  Off the top of my head, no. The Aqua is IMO the best tank I've used.

Foggers will take high wattages - I ran a Big Fogger at 0.2 ohms which is about 88W on a fresh cell.

However, the Big Fogger is a total pig to build.
Alright! I'll stick with the Sigelei 100W Plus and the Aqua V2 tank due to your high recommendation, thanks for the help man, you've definitely been a lot of help!
19-03-2015 05:53 PM
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RE: Box mod?
You're welcome!

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RE: Box mod?
As far as digital mods, I like the IPV3.  It's upgradable to 165 watts, it's decent on batteries, and out of the 200+ that we've sold in my shop, not a single one has returned with any issues.  Sigelli makes decent mods, but I've seen several brought back with issues ranging from buttons sticking to unexplainable chip melting.

As far as adjustments, the IPV3 only has adjustable wattage.  The voltage will change depending on how low your battery is and the resistance of your tank/atty.  Speaking of resistance...it is not adjustable on a mod, resistance is measured through your tank/atty...not the mod itself....it's just displayed.

If you need to see your juice, then I'd suggest looking into the Arctic Tank by HorizonTech.  It's rated up to 100 watts and uses a .2 ohm modular coil (like an Atlantis).  The flavor and clouds out of this tank are insane.  We've been selling them for 3 weeks now and we've already sold 225 of them.  We're also the only shop in our area that carries them.  Most of our customers who have bought the Arctic have stopped using their RDAs completely.  I just bought a second one myself today.

As far as how often to wet your wick on an RDA...it's totally trial and error, and personal preference.  I prefer not to have juice running out of my air holes, so I juice every 5 hits or so on all but one of my RDAs.  I have one RDA on a custom box that I build at .05 Ohms and I juice every 2-3 hits as it's an unregulated 115 watts.
21-03-2015 06:13 AM
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RE: Box mod?
(21-03-2015 06:13 AM)Nihilum Wrote:  As far as digital mods, I like the IPV3.  It's upgradable to 165 watts, it's decent on batteries, and out of the 200+ that we've sold in my shop, not a single one has returned with any issues.  Sigelli makes decent mods, but I've seen several brought back with issues ranging from buttons sticking to unexplainable chip melting.

As far as adjustments, the IPV3 only has adjustable wattage.  The voltage will change depending on how low your battery is and the resistance of your tank/atty.  Speaking of resistance...it is not adjustable on a mod, resistance is measured through your tank/atty...not the mod itself....it's just displayed.

If you need to see your juice, then I'd suggest looking into the Arctic Tank by HorizonTech.  It's rated up to 100 watts and uses a .2 ohm modular coil (like an Atlantis).  The flavor and clouds out of this tank are insane.  We've been selling them for 3 weeks now and we've already sold 225 of them.  We're also the only shop in our area that carries them.  Most of our customers who have bought the Arctic have stopped using their RDAs completely.  I just bought a second one myself today.

As far as how often to wet your wick on an RDA...it's totally trial and error, and personal preference.  I prefer not to have juice running out of my air holes, so I juice every 5 hits or so on all but one of my RDAs.  I have one RDA on a custom box that I build at .05 Ohms and I juice every 2-3 hits as it's an unregulated 115 watts.
Well, i'd like to get just a normal tank that i dont need to refill every .2 seconds, I'd like for my tank to hold at least a day of juice using about 20 watts, is that possible with the Arctic Tank?

(19-03-2015 06:52 PM)Don Wrote:  You're welcome!
Also, do you exchange batteries with the Sigelei, or is it rechargeable?
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21-03-2015 03:41 PM
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RE: Box mod?
I know I go through about 5ml a day of juice, but everyone is different

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RE: Box mod?
Hi there I have a sigelei 100 watt plus and it's awesome that's all I use got 2 Sony batterys and a subtank mini it's a great setup and that's all I use I would recommend it


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RE: Box mod?
It is always better (IMO) to exchange batteries and charge them outside the mod.

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21-03-2015 06:09 PM
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(21-03-2015 06:05 PM)Al65 Wrote:  Hi there I have a sigelei 100 watt plus and it's awesome that's all I use got 2 Sony batterys and a subtank mini it's a great setup and that's all I use I would recommend it
How long does it take you to empty a filled tank and at what wattage?
21-03-2015 06:16 PM
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RE: Box mod?
The Sigelei uses 2 18650 cells that you change out. You can't charge them while they're in the mod, so you'll want to get a good charger and some spare cells to use while the others are charging. I have three pairs of cells, so I never run out even if I forget to recharge a pair. One pair lasts pretty much all day when I'm vaping constantly. 
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