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Giving up on sub-ohming
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
I can't mtl without caughing even though when i fist started i did vape mtl . I think it's just getting used to itagain

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17-12-2017 11:34 PM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
I had a go on a sub-ohm cloud generating thing once... only once.  It felt like I'd scalded my throat and lungs.  It was horrible and put me off that sort of device for ever.  

As an artform and hobby I like the idea of the big cloudy things but as an all day vape to keep you off the fags .... not for me I'm afraid... I'll stick with my dinky toy!
17-12-2017 11:54 PM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
i sub-ohm but have a "unique draw" according to my m&b guy I start dl and finish it mtl  
18-12-2017 02:56 AM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
I'm a strict MTL-er. Low watts too(never higher than 9W).
Tried both MTL and DL. I don't consider myself "unable to make the step to DL". It's not like a road, where you have to pass MTL and then go to DL. It's more like two different roads. I've chosen MTL road.
I still have a Uwell Crown I tank that I borrowed from a friend for some time, eventually he gave it to me afterwards. I almost never use it, now that my Triton Mini works perfectly. I just take it out from the box when I get some free 3mg juice from a company I always order from, that I can't use on my Triton Mini because of the low nic and high VG. It's an amazing tank, I can't hide it. For everyone into subohm, I really recommend it.
The big difference is, when I use it, I miss MTL so much. When I am MTL-ing, I never miss DL.
With that last sentence, I summed up my experience. Nothing else to add.
19-12-2017 06:40 PM
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Post: #25
RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
Hi EddieN - Always good to hear from you. Have you given any thought to getting a RDA - you don't have to make your own coils - they are extremely cheap to buy - all you would have to do is wick them. MTL vaping on a RDA has to be experienced to be believed. You would be using the same power but the flavour is fantastic. You would also save a ton of money[Image: smile.gif].
19-12-2017 06:51 PM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
(19-12-2017 06:51 PM)ecignut Wrote:  Hi EddieN - Always good to hear from you. Have you given any thought to getting a RDA - you don't have to make your own coils - they are extremely cheap to buy - all you would have to do is wick them. MTL vaping on a RDA has to be experienced to be believed. You would be using the same power but the flavour is fantastic. You would also save a ton of money[Image: smile.gif].

I sure do consider it. But on my priority list is a MTL RTA first, and the Kayfun Prime intrigues me alot. Too pricey though, but I don't want to go and try other cheaper RTAs. The best or nothing! After buying it, I'll surely go for a MTL RDA. And what better place to ask for suggestions than this amazing forum Smile
19-12-2017 07:06 PM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
You want to know about an AWESOME MTL RTA that delivers astounding flavor? Problem is, it's 30mm. It is built like a lorry and holds a whopping 9 or 10ml. It is the EhPro Big Buddha. For extra protection, it comes with a metal sleeve you can sub for the glass tank if you're worried about knocking it around. It was billed as a dual KF style atty. I love mine but it's just a wee tight for DL use. Meant for MTL all day long.
19-12-2017 07:08 PM
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RE: Giving up on sub-ohming
My build on it...

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19-12-2017 07:11 PM
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And one with the steel sleeve in place of the glass...

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19-12-2017 07:12 PM
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Hmmm. i'm sure I've seen that before ...

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19-12-2017 07:15 PM
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