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Coils/Ohms ranges
I'm curious to know if anyone can recommend or even confirm for me at this point if there are any disposable coils/tanks out there that will operate up to the 200W mark. I'd really like to step up to the 200W level, but don't want to have to build them myself. 
So I guess I'm looking for disposable coils or if absolutely necessary an alternative to the disposable that takes little time to build/maintain, and simplest form. 

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17-05-2016 08:08 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
Hi and welcome Irken!

I'm not aware of any tank that will handle that sort of wattage, let alone one with premade coils available for it.

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17-05-2016 08:16 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
What device are you using? A sustained 200w will require a lipo battery for sure. Two 18650 won't do it, nor will three.. I've killed two sets of batteries daily vaping high power on my wismec.
There is a tank that'll do 200w I'm sure, can't remember what it's called.. I'll have a quick look, though I bet someone beats me too it

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17-05-2016 08:18 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
I've got a great TC100W.. But I really would like the Reuleaux RX200S. I just don't know what to pair it with that's a fairly easy build then. I am NOT mechanically inclined so I'm looking for some advice from anyone here.
17-05-2016 08:24 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
You'll not use the rx200 for a daily vape at 200w, the batteries won't last a week! It's OK for an occasional or tc but not sustained.

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17-05-2016 08:33 PM
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Sorry, it was the i joy rta I was thinking of.. it's rta, my bad

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17-05-2016 08:34 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
Well, I've made my peace on the subject. Bought one of those Vespresso rebuildables. Which means I will probably be trying to make one all night and all day. Run out of materials. Go back, try again and again and end up with only doing it correctly once. I figure I'm just going to have to learn it if I want to move up to the next level of vaping. I love this forum though, fantastic knowledgable people have been quick to help quickly and without condescension. Looks like I'll be attempting this using 20ga kanthal.
17-05-2016 09:37 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
The gemini? Cool, It has a 16mm deck so im sure 3mm coils will fit, though the 20g is quite thick so youll need a 2.5dia. 6 2.5mm wraps of your 20g will come out just above the min fire resistance on the rx200.. though good for volts it's not going to be an impressive coil. Itll have fairly long ramp up and really long cool down, making a dry hit while chain vaping more than likely much over 120w. 
I recommend a 24 - 26g ss fused clapton 6 3mm wraps at .11-.13, good for 150w but best around 110-120.. insane clouds with crisp flavour. 
Here's my rta with those coils at only 100 https://youtu.be/zzs9aapjtUg 

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17-05-2016 10:46 PM
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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
There's really no reason to go much over 100 watts other than bragging rights.  All you're doing is burning through juice and wearing out batteries faster.  The novelty wears off pretty fast.

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RE: Coils/Ohms ranges
A .1 needs a good dollop of voltage but true, 100w is plenty. There'd be some top bragging to be had over a 200w rta though, I've not managed to sustain that kind of power yet. Well, not in any useful kinda way anyhow

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