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Tell me about TC and titanium...
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RE: Tell me about TC and titanium...
Never mind. It was me. I didn't know you had to press + and - simultaneously when you first screw on the atty so it locks the initial coil resistance. It's fine now. I knew I was the Dafuq.
12-10-2016 03:59 PM
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RE: Tell me about TC and titanium...
Hey now! Man, I feel like a bit of an arse. Yeah, you can use that as a signature quote. And I owe Peter-k an apology.

I have run down temp control from day one. And most of what I said, I stand by. It needs refinement, and better ways to regulate so it is simpler and works better for everyone.

However, I love it! I am using it with the SS wire on the iPV5. It's set to 300F and 50J for ramp up. It's smooth, ramps up to temp right away, and holds it great. I didn't realize how cool TC can be! So I apologize to those I scoffed at all this time. I will be using TC for the Boreas from now on, and power mode for the new mod and atty when they get here, for now anyway.

It's so weird how you can have the button pressed for so long and not have it over-fire! I feel like a new vaper again, which is so nifty!

The effect on battery life will have to wait until I have more data, but yeah, it seems to drink juice the same. Thirsty atty. Actually, I think it will use even more juice because I hold the fire button longer now. But I like it!!!!!
12-10-2016 04:05 PM
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RE: Tell me about TC and titanium...
Don't beat me but I must say have no idea why people think TC does not work. Most mods function pretty well in TC, at least the Joyetechs that I have I can attest it works, and from what I read the Smok's are also doing very well. To each is own it's good we have a choice.
13-10-2016 12:08 AM
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RE: Tell me about TC and titanium...
Never had a decent vape in tc, I've got all the gear etc. but never got near what I like from a vape. I'll regularly take 5-6 second hits, the whole heat build up and sizzle is something I like. Cool vapes and power oscillations kinda annoy me. It's like one almighty wallop with a sledge hammer vs several blows with a hammer, both will get the job done but only one has the intense satisfaction to it Biggrin

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13-10-2016 12:25 AM
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RE: Tell me about TC and titanium...
One thing I've already learned... That oscillating effect seems to be due to the wrong ohm setting. Seems it's very precise. I was getting that on-off feeling, so I made a .02 adjustment and that effect virtually disappeared. Very smooth, very consistent. I'm switching to your side Peter. Power mode is great, but TC is also great. I'm not used to having to dial in ohms in the hundredths but I'm learning.
13-10-2016 12:49 AM
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