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Nicklfire
06-16-2015, 03:37 PM
Chat about the Sxmini M class with temp control in this thread, share your experience , likes and dislikes.

Seems to be a pretty popular device at this point

http://www.wackedoutecig.ca/attachment.php?attachmentid=8189&stc=1

SDBGrrrl
08-29-2015, 03:56 PM
Hmmm....no one wants to discuss the SX Mini M class?
Surprised me all to to hell......


Edit:

Hellloooooooooooooooooo?
Is there even anyone on this forum????

I appear to be the only one...lol

/shuts the door and scampers off to find an e-cig forum that has action on it as it isn't happening here today :(

HEY I vape
08-30-2015, 08:19 AM
@SBDGrrrl there are times that there is action on here. WO was my go to in the beginning and I check in several times each day.

I wish I waited when I bought my SX Mini just a couple of weeks and then could intelligently respond to Nicklfire's post, but all I can say is everything I heard was positive.

SDBGrrrl
08-30-2015, 08:45 AM
@SBDGrrrl there are times that there is action on here. WO was my go to in the beginning and I check in several times each day.

I wish I waited when I bought my SX Mini just a couple of weeks and then could intelligently respond to Nicklfire's post, but all I can say is everything I heard was positive.


I'm envious.

I really want one but I also know myself and will wait until the next version comes out.
Only because I have a Sigelei TC and a couple of the new Pioneer TC versions but by the time the next one rolls out we will have a much better idea of where TC stands. I rebuild my own coils and find that Ni200 coils last only about a full day. By the second day they start to have a dulling effect on the taste of the juice and then small signs of steel taste shows up in one's vape, meaning it's time to rebuild again. My kanthal builds last about 7 days before I need to burn the stuff off of the coil and rewick. But you cant do that with Ni200 so it means making a new one daily. Its a lot of work. I am just about to start trying out titanium to see if it lasts longer and I have heard some trying Stainless Steel. I think if/when we find a metal that allows for a longer rebuild than just one day and/or TC hits its peak, I will likely then lay out $250+ for one device but right now, while TC is still changing, I prefer to have about 3-4 devices. Id be afraid of buying an SX Mini M class now and something new coming out a week later in something else and abandoning the SX.
Guess i know myself too well...lol BUT I do hope soon to buy just one and love that one only....so I am envious as I hear that the Vape is just superb on your SX ;)

MadHacker
09-08-2015, 02:18 PM
I'm waiting for the IPV D2 myself.
hard to find a silver version.
only real down side I see for the Sxmini M is that it isn't that easy to change the battery.
I want something that will let me change it without any tool, just my fingers... not a screwdriver or a coin just to unscrew the bottom cap of the battery.

on that note, anyone know where I could find a silver IPV D2 in silver?

SDBGrrrl
09-08-2015, 02:25 PM
I'm waiting for the IPV D2 myself.
hard to find a silver version.
only real down side I see for the Sxmini M is that it isn't that easy to change the battery.
I want something that will let me change it without any tool, just my fingers... not a screwdriver or a coin just to unscrew the bottom cap of the battery.

on that note, anyone know where I could find a silver IPV D2 in silver?

No idea where to get the silver one but i ordered one in from the US and just got it today.
VERY impressed with it.

I already have a Heatvape Invader Mini of about 4 months that i don't even bother to use in TC mode, a Sigelei 75 TC that I think is a failure for TC and an IP3 Li I love and is perfect but this D2 so far will be the one I use the most, providing it is 2 weeks from now, what it is today. The Sigelei was great for 1 week. I bought that at Dash Vapes for top dollar and was highly disappointed to find out they were selling the V1 edition and would not likely use them again after 2 mistakes they also made with other products, BUT this is really good.

IF someone does mention a spot with silver ones, I might even buy a second one


EDIT:

Ooops, I figured we were in a D2 thread. I see now we aren't and just for the record IF I HADN'T purchased so many other devices, the M Class would be my first choice.

SDBGrrrl
09-08-2015, 02:30 PM
Curious on the M Class, SX....do you have to keep calibrating your ohms for the Atty?

It's been the most annoying feature of the Sigelei 75TC. If you don't calibrate it every hour or so I find it loses its taste with every passing day. So I would calibrate it and each time, yes the ohms had changed but if not set at the new proper number, you lost much of the great taste that you initially loved about TC.
Thats likely, for me, the most important trait of a good TC device that you can set it once and it will stay put and not jump around

MadHacker
09-08-2015, 02:43 PM
Curious on the M Class, SX....do you have to keep calibrating your ohms for the Atty?

It's been the most annoying feature of the Sigelei 75TC. If you don't calibrate it every hour or so I find it loses its taste with every passing day. So I would calibrate it and each time, yes the ohms had changed but if not set at the new proper number, you lost much of the great taste that you initially loved about TC.
Thats likely, for me, the most important trait of a good TC device that you can set it once and it will stay put and not jump around
I don't have a temperature controlled mod... yet
however with my eVic that I still use, I notice the resisitance changes as I use it through out the day, depending on the juice I use, sometimes the resistance drops below 1 ohm, which the eVic can't handle, they are suppose to be 1.6 ohm coils.
so having to adjust the ohms might be something that needs to be all the time on all TC mods.... duno... yet

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