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Users of Aspire Breeze who have since upgrades to Breeze 2. Anyone notice how much longer your coils have been lasting? https://ift.tt/2mdbkub

I've been running 24mg nic salts on .6ohm coils using the Aspire Breeze for months and had to change them pretty much once every 3-4 days. This was a huge difference from my .3ohm eleaf coils on the Pico Mini 3 which would last up to a month depending.

As much as I loved the Breeze, the constant having to prime my coils (and I've tried fast priming, slow priming, REALLLY slow priming, REALLY REALLY slow priming) so often was becoming an expensive pain in the ass. I had even used 12mg nic salt for a few months at first and it was the same. I was told different things by different vape shops: it's the high nig salt, it's the sweet juice, it's the sub ohm, etc but none of it made much sense. It couldn't even be my specific unit cause I had 2 Breezes I was alternating between while the other would charge.

Low and behold, the Breeze 2 comes out, and the same exact coils have been lasting over a week each! I've even been doing the quick priming method with the exact same juices and zero issues so far with it!

My theory is due to its sliiiiiiiiiiiightly lower power output (which is made up for by the fact that the coil is just below the mouth piece instead of the bottom of the vape) it doesn't put as much pressure on the coils which allows them to last that much longer.

Has anyone else noticed this difference? Or was I really doing something wrong with my first Breeze units.

I’ve been running 24mg nic salts on .6ohm coils using the Aspire Breeze for months and had to change them pretty much once every 3-4 days. This was a huge difference from my .3ohm eleaf coils on the Pico Mini 3 which would last up to a month depending.As much as I loved the Breeze, the constant having to prime my coils (and I’ve tried fast priming, slow priming, REALLLY slow priming, REALLY REALLY slow priming) so often was becoming an expensive pain in the ass. I had even used 12mg nic salt for a few months at first and it was the same. I was told different things by different vape shops: it’s the high nig salt, it’s the sweet juice, it’s the sub ohm, etc but none of it made much sense. It couldn’t even be my specific unit cause I had 2 Breezes I was alternating between while the other would charge.Low and behold, the Breeze 2 comes out, and the same exact coils have been lasting over a week each! I’ve even been doing the quick priming method with the exact same juices and zero issues so far with it!My theory is due to its sliiiiiiiiiiiightly lower power output (which is made up for by the fact that the coil is just below the mouth piece instead of the bottom of the vape) it doesn’t put as much pressure on the coils which allows them to last that much longer.Has anyone else noticed this difference? Or was I really doing something wrong with my first Breeze units.

Submitted July 13, 2018 at 10:31AM by DaydreamerRSM
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