Nexolek

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    Paranormal 75C | Therion BF 75C | HCigar VT75C | 2 x Mirage 75C | Finder 250C

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  1. Nexolek

    "Throttling"

    Well, I figured I'd try to help out, so I sent my Finder 250C to Evolv for some testing. So far, of course, it hasn't misbehaved. Here's hoping!
  2. Are you able to get a screenshot of a few puffs in Device Monitor? That might help.
  3. I get what you're saying. As far as I've seen and tested (cause I was also curious), the C based boards don't auto-adjust cold ohms. It'd be pretty slick, but it seems that manually measuring is the way to go. I do it fairly often, especially since outside is almost always vastly different than inside round here. I use a specific profile for a given atty cause I switch up all the time. I always keep the ohm lock on with TC coils and do a manual measurement when everything is at at a stable "cold" temperature. From there I don't need to touch it and all is well. It works for me at least 🙃
  4. Nexolek

    "Throttling"

    Just installed the test firmware. For science!
  5. Nexolek

    mirage

    Huh, they don't have the chemistry on the wrap and they don't have any markings on the cans either. For me they've been doing great. Probably not so good for high power though according to Mooch.
  6. Nexolek

    "Throttling"

    Huh, guess I'm not going crazy. This happens to me as well (though it's somewhat rare). I use my own theme which is loosely based off of Material-ish Ocean. I don't have anything updating while firing though. In fact I always use stealth mode. I use the same theme on 5 75c devices and I've only had this happen on a 250c. Every now and then it just doesn't fire. Doesn't matter what atty I'm using either. I only use TC though so I'm not sure about wattage. Hopefully a firmware update will fix it?
  7. Nexolek

    If one wants the best but...

    Freemax makes some stainless steel mesh coils, which will work in either wattage or TC. That'd be a good place to start. Haven't tried them myself but they're rather nice from what I've read around the internets.
  8. Nexolek

    mirage

    I've been using IJoys in my Mirages and they've been good so far. That and they're the only decent 21700s I can find locally (I try to support local shops when I can). Once Samsung 40Ts show up here I'm sure I'll make the switch. If you like high power Samsung 30Ts are rather popular. Best? Who knows. Depends more on how you'll be using it. I'm a lower powered vapor so I tend to favour battery life over 404828 amp* capable batteries. * That does not exist.
  9. Think you hit the jackpot there retird. Loxias, how'd it go?
  10. This is from my Mirage: The first is with replay (warmth at 1) and the second is back to TC. Quality of the vape stayed the same even though replay used a bit less power in that case. I'm perplexed 🤔
  11. Nexolek

    DNA 75c resets when I go to vape it??

    Probably best to either talk to the manufacturer of the mod or submit a ticket to Evolv. What mod is it? Does it happen with any atty?
  12. Nexolek

    HCigar VT75c: do you want one? Think twice.

    Wow! I've had one for ~4 months and other than discolouring of the stickers and a minimal bit of paint wearing off it's looking pretty good. Love how they sent the not so C bit 😆
  13. What you're experiencing is the warmth function of Replay. It allows the mod to use more power to achieve the desired puff. Depending on your build and wick it can go too far, as I've also discovered. If your theme allows adjustment you can play with warmth to figure out where it's best. You can also adjust it in EScribe as well. The lowest setting (1) will not use more power than what you had it set for when you saved the puff. That oughtta do the trick PS - I haven't seen an official statement about this, but through trial, error, and lots of Device Manager I've come to this conclusion.
  14. I actually did this on a Paranormal 75C. There was enough wire that I didn't even need to dig out the soldering iron. There was no excessive tension on anything either, I made sure of that before putting it back in. Of course that may vary by each mod. Hope there's enough wire in there for ya. Good luck!