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RE: Box mod?
(25-04-2015 11:25 AM)Don Wrote:  It will need coils building and installing and the wicking material of your choice installed.

I'll do a set of photos of the build on a Fogger 5 which is quite similar to the V6 (Which I don't have) this evening if I get back from cutting down trees at a reasonable hour.
Actually, you don't need to show hwo you build your Fogger V5, but thanks!

I'm thinking, I actually don't need an RDA, do you have any suggestions for a normal tank that would look good on my Sigelei 100W?
25-04-2015 05:12 PM
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RE: Box mod?
Might do it anyway as a guide of folks new to building.

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25-04-2015 10:47 PM
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RE: Box mod?
(25-04-2015 05:12 PM)Luksenbuks Wrote:  
(25-04-2015 11:25 AM)Don Wrote:  It will need coils building and installing and the wicking material of your choice installed.

I'll do a set of photos of the build on a Fogger 5 which is quite similar to the V6 (Which I don't have) this evening if I get back from cutting down trees at a reasonable hour.
Actually, you don't need to show hwo you build your Fogger V5, but thanks!

I'm thinking, I actually don't need an RDA, do you have any suggestions for a normal tank that would look good on my Sigelei 100W?

You might take a look at the SubTank mini. It definitely can't handle the full 100W, but I use one on my Sigelei-100W at around 25W and it's great. It also has a rebuildable deck, so you can build your own coils if you like. The Arctic tank is supposed to be even better and can handle much more wattage, but I haven't gotten mine yet so I can't say for sure. Johnny has one and loves it Tongue 
26-04-2015 03:30 AM
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RE: Box mod?
(26-04-2015 03:30 AM)Michael Wrote:  
(25-04-2015 05:12 PM)Luksenbuks Wrote:  
(25-04-2015 11:25 AM)Don Wrote:  It will need coils building and installing and the wicking material of your choice installed.

I'll do a set of photos of the build on a Fogger 5 which is quite similar to the V6 (Which I don't have) this evening if I get back from cutting down trees at a reasonable hour.
Actually, you don't need to show hwo you build your Fogger V5, but thanks!

I'm thinking, I actually don't need an RDA, do you have any suggestions for a normal tank that would look good on my Sigelei 100W?

You might take a look at the SubTank mini. It definitely can't handle the full 100W, but I use one on my Sigelei-100W at around 25W and it's great. It also has a rebuildable deck, so you can build your own coils if you like. The Arctic tank is supposed to be even better and can handle much more wattage, but I haven't gotten mine yet so I can't say for sure. Johnny has one and loves it Tongue 
You mean this one?:
https://www.elementvape.com/arctic-sub-o...enter=true

It looks really good, and can handle up to the 100W, although I'm probably sticking to 70 at max, would this be viable? And do you have to go through all that jazz with changing cotton and such once in a while?
26-04-2015 08:44 AM
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RE: Box mod?
that's the arctic they are very good Good
the coils are bought from the shop so all you have to do is unscrew the old one and screw a new one in
its as easy as that
I have one on my sigelie 100w box its a great combo Smile

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RE: Box mod?
(26-04-2015 02:42 PM)BOB Wrote:  that's the arctic they are very good Good
the coils are bought from the shop so all you have to do is unscrew the old one and screw a new one in
its as easy as that
I have one on my sigelie 100w box its a great combo Smile
Great! So whenever it comes I can just plug it in, fill it up and vape?
And then all I have to do is to replace the coil sometimes?

Thanks Smile
26-04-2015 02:55 PM
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RE: Box mod?
Yes, the Arctic is just as easy as any clearomizer, you just prime the coil (put a few drops of liquid straight on the coil) then fill the tank, screw it in and away you go! 
26-04-2015 08:26 PM
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RE: Box mod?
(26-04-2015 08:26 PM)Michael Wrote:  Yes, the Arctic is just as easy as any clearomizer, you just prime the coil (put a few drops of liquid straight on the coil) then fill the tank, screw it in and away you go! 

Thanks alot! I think I'm gonna go for that one Smile
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