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Interesting mechanism to make your Caliburn G coils last longer https://ift.tt/3aOIUkB

Tl;dr: shake/move your device every few hits to improve juice circulation inside the pod. Popping out the pod helps too.

So I found out that after a hit on the Caliburn G, if you pop out the pod, you will see bubbles leaving the 0.8 ohm coil (ie coil has dried somewhat, and more liquid is going back in). Bubble activity only occurs after you pop the pod out. Meaning: if you take a long toke, and wait 10-15+ seconds, then pop it out, you will see similar amount of bubbles. You can try this yourself.

So with many users complaining about coil life on the new Caliburn G pods: it seems that the new 0.8 ohm coils take some time to re-hydrate motionless. Once you do pop the pod out, bubbles occur immediately. So popping the coil/shaking creates movement and inertia – and that helps liquid get back into the coil.

So this might explain why some users see fantastic life with their coils, while others don't. The stock coils don't rehydrate easily, meaning chain smokers are seeing poor coil life more often than others.

Expanding on this, if you shake your caliburn after a hit, then pop out the pod you will observe less bubbles. So moving the vape seems to help with juice circulation inside the pod/coil, and might well increase your coil's life.

Tl;dr: shake/move your device every few hits to improve juice circulation inside the pod. Popping out the pod helps too.So I found out that after a hit on the Caliburn G, if you pop out the pod, you will see bubbles leaving the 0.8 ohm coil (ie coil has dried somewhat, and more liquid is going back in). Bubble activity only occurs after you pop the pod out. Meaning: if you take a long toke, and wait 10-15+ seconds, then pop it out, you will see similar amount of bubbles. You can try this yourself.So with many users complaining about coil life on the new Caliburn G pods: it seems that the new 0.8 ohm coils take some time to re-hydrate motionless. Once you do pop the pod out, bubbles occur immediately. So popping the coil/shaking creates movement and inertia – and that helps liquid get back into the coil.So this might explain why some users see fantastic life with their coils, while others don’t. The stock coils don’t rehydrate easily, meaning chain smokers are seeing poor coil life more often than others.Expanding on this, if you shake your caliburn after a hit, then pop out the pod you will observe less bubbles. So moving the vape seems to help with juice circulation inside the pod/coil, and might well increase your coil’s life.

Submitted December 29, 2020 at 03:10AM by baspeysp
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