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RE: koopor plus 200 w
I did read another post somewhere you saying that :laugh2:thats a hell of a list of everyday mods gently i must be light in my vaping to get three days and i thought i was a little heavy on it plus i do switch between the atlantis and billow but only because ive got  two diff liquids on the go i like i got two flavours
13-01-2016 08:21 PM
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I run a set of LG browns out every day in my IPV 4s and that's doing what I thought was pretty heavy vaping. Let's just say gently is, well, dedicated to his craft.
13-01-2016 08:58 PM
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RE: koopor plus 200 w
My approach is to charge the devices I'm not using at that moment. Basically that's 2 or 3 devices. And only having one mouth...

The DNA200 gets used the most but I top off its Lipo every chance I get. It tends to spend most of its time above 4V per cell. At least when I have a box nearby running Windows as I just can't get Escribe to work in a virtual machine on any of my Macs.

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13-01-2016 09:44 PM
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Post: #14
RE: koopor plus 200 w
Lol TW.

It's all high power dripping, with the occasional menthol tank sesh.  
Don't forget the three coil builds a day, that drains some power..

Don't forget to apply for the freecycle section!
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13-01-2016 10:24 PM
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If I have to do three coil builds in a month there's something wrong...

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I have low sub ohm builds more than a year old.

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13-01-2016 10:39 PM
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Post: #17
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I've settled into a build that I'm comfortable with so I don't build often anymore for now. When I get adventurous (or graduate pre-school, which is how gently would see it), I'd like to try some claptons and twisted builds, but I'm fine for now.
14-01-2016 03:51 PM
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Post: #18
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The Koopor Plus is a solid mod. I've been selling them in my shop for months and have not had any issues with them. With three buttons and a lot of options, it can be daunting to those who aren't very tech savvy, but I've literally sold hundreds of them and not had a single one brought back.
22-01-2016 04:02 PM
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I think it's a great mod the only little niggle I have with mine is the fire button just need to remember a firm press is required other than that I love it Big Grin
22-01-2016 06:31 PM
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OK so had a couple of issues with the fire button on this and I was OK with it but it got me thinking ( trust me bad idea lol ) so I took the guts out and noticed that when I pressed the fire button there was a slight flex in the circuit board so I decided to use some stickey back foam sort of thing you would find to cushion battery's to be fair,  not soft a little resistant to being crushed any way cut some little bits glued them together then glued them to the battery tray then made sure it would be a little more for the circuit board not to flex as much hey presto no more probs with not firing proper now I won't say it's a huge problem probably not all these mods are the same all I will say is if you come across the same issue it's an easy fix Good2
23-01-2016 02:27 AM
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