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What’s the deal with prebuilt coils that sometimes have a different ohm reading than they’re supposed to be? https://ift.tt/350NOXn

So I’m not really new to vaping, I’ve built my own coils before but I’ve mostly used pre built coils over the years but I’m still not the most knowledgeable about this stuff. Mostly I just get by, I’m only about as informed as I need to be.

That being said I don’t think this is dangerous or harmful to the mod or coil or tank or me but I just wanted to check as I just bought a new mod. I never really used to worry about this on my old setup. If a prebuilt coil I just put in had a different ohm reading than it was supposed to I mostly just chalked it up to faulty quality control and went ahead vaping it anyway as I figured the vapes have software that protects you from firing them if anything is supposed to be dangerous or whatever.

But my last vape broke after doing that with a prebuilt coil that was suspiciously out of whack with it’s ohm reading, like way off the ballpark estimate of what it was supposed to be. I don’t know if that’s why my last mod failed or if it had anything to do with that. But I just figured I’d ask you guys

I usually vape geekvape mesh coils.

Right now I have a Z2 0.2 ohm coil (70-80 watts recommended) but it’s reading 0.16 which isn’t terribly off what it’s supposed to be at 0.2 but it’s a new mod and I just want to check.

Also I’m firing it around 45 watts even though they’re recommended to be used at 70-80 watts, that shouldn’t be a problem right?

Oh yeah Also, I think it was originally reading 0.17 but I accidentally edited the ohms to 0.16 and now it’s locked there. The mod is new, I just bought it yesterday it’s a geekvape aegis max, I’m going to see if I can figure out if I can edit the ohms reading back to 0.2

I used to have a smoant charon tc 218 but it failed on me recently after 3-4 years of use. Loved that mod, hope I can repair it and get it up and running again

So I’m not really new to vaping, I’ve built my own coils before but I’ve mostly used pre built coils over the years but I’m still not the most knowledgeable about this stuff. Mostly I just get by, I’m only about as informed as I need to be.That being said I don’t think this is dangerous or harmful to the mod or coil or tank or me but I just wanted to check as I just bought a new mod. I never really used to worry about this on my old setup. If a prebuilt coil I just put in had a different ohm reading than it was supposed to I mostly just chalked it up to faulty quality control and went ahead vaping it anyway as I figured the vapes have software that protects you from firing them if anything is supposed to be dangerous or whatever.But my last vape broke after doing that with a prebuilt coil that was suspiciously out of whack with it’s ohm reading, like way off the ballpark estimate of what it was supposed to be. I don’t know if that’s why my last mod failed or if it had anything to do with that. But I just figured I’d ask you guysI usually vape geekvape mesh coils.Right now I have a Z2 0.2 ohm coil (70-80 watts recommended) but it’s reading 0.16 which isn’t terribly off what it’s supposed to be at 0.2 but it’s a new mod and I just want to check.Also I’m firing it around 45 watts even though they’re recommended to be used at 70-80 watts, that shouldn’t be a problem right?Oh yeah Also, I think it was originally reading 0.17 but I accidentally edited the ohms to 0.16 and now it’s locked there. The mod is new, I just bought it yesterday it’s a geekvape aegis max, I’m going to see if I can figure out if I can edit the ohms reading back to 0.2I used to have a smoant charon tc 218 but it failed on me recently after 3-4 years of use. Loved that mod, hope I can repair it and get it up and running again

Submitted October 16, 2020 at 03:07AM by MaterialCatch04
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