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Hi As we all know, when you start vaping on a coil, the ohms will normally drop after using it for a while (for example, new coil installed reading at 0.2, could drop to 0.15-0.18 over time). Is it advisable to go into the atomizer selection on the mod and measure the coil again occasionally as the coil is used so the mod is reading accurately or just to leave it at what it read originally? Thank You!
HI ALL, I'm going to be uploading what ecigprofile settings that have been working for me for use with my Vaporesso GT cCell coils, the profiles I'm using for ccell cores are incl I'm using gt cores provided by Vaporesso in conjunction with my Vaporesso NRG tank (awesome tank btw) and would greatly like anyone's input as well as it would help smooth over the use of the device I'm using as well as the life of the coils. so far I haven't determined the setting for the GT 4,6 and 8 cores and that's caused me some very bad (and very preventable) problems such as burnt coils and bad tasting draws. ill be uploading my profiles periodically for these gt cores to try and enhance and tweak the profiles so as to get a more enjoyable vaping experience. Materials of GTcore coils aswell as a general idea of what they are like performance wise from my experience and some notable comparisons GT cCELL core: ss 316 porous ceramic core with a cotton "surrounds" of core to keep it sealed and allow better absorption. Long lasting, easy to wick and prime and "self cleaning" (to a point on very low wattages by firing every 20 seconds or so for roughly 1-2 seconds) big clouds and flavour is pretty good as well, the vapour is fairly cool and there was little to no throat and lung irritation (if it isn't chain vaped very periodically as then you will have the opposite effect, can be overwhelmingly harsh) very long life and I'm quite impressed as you can reuse these coils if they are well maintained for quite some time, so far ive used a single one of these coils for roughly 2 weeks, the wattage required is very low as well (15-40w, 0.5ohm.) GT8 core: CLAPTON Octuple coil core with traditional cotton design, great for wicking but can easily burn if not correctly primed, this was the first gt core coil I had used and it produced big clouds and an even better flavour, if looked after and the right vg/pg mix of eliquid is used these would probably last a lot longer but so far lasted me my first 8 days, as I only had 1 I cant really judge its performance overall. further testing would be needed but from its performance I was impressed. wattage is 40-110w, 0.15 ohms GT6 core: CLAPTON triple coil design with traditional cotton. Iam currently going to test this so I don't have much to say besides what info is here. (0.2ohm, 40-100W) GT4 core: CLAPTON dual coil design and traditional cotton, this is the 2nd coil I had used before I went on to use GTcore cCELL coils, this coil was awesome and very easy to prime/wick. it produced reasonably decent clouds but compared to the gt8 it was lacking in comparison however the flavour was very easily noticeable and the vapour was very cool and gentle on the throat and lungs. (0.15ohm, 30-70W) GT2 core: Clapton single coil with traditional cotton. apparently from what ive read very similar to the ccell coils. yet to test this core coil. (0.4ohm, 40-80W) gtccell.ecigprofile gtcore setting1.ecigprofile