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    Few Questions

    Hey guys, I'm on a LG G3 which I'm not exactly a fan of.. When I go to search, I try to type but my keyboard doesn't lol up.I've tried resetting the phone and nothing helps. No desktop and my iPad crashed after the newest update so Apple is waiting for mine to arrive to send me a new one. But I can't to wait to find more about the vaping world.. I had a few questions.

    I am using the eleaf istick 30w mod with a Aspire Nautalis "Mini" .. It was supposed to be a mini that I was purchasing for $30 brand new, when I went home and did more research I read that the mini was a smaller tank.. Mine is a 5ml tank? Anyways. Just explaining my set up.

    I am curious to know what is BDC & BVC. I read up on this.. My tank comes with a BDC coil I believe, and everyone else recommends a BVC? Is this true.. What does that mean and why is it different?

    For these coils.. I see people making their own coils, I follow a page on instagram called CoilPorn .. How does this work? Is it a whole new separate tank I need to purchase for this or can it be done to my Aspire Nataulis? I am looking for the full flavor hit with BIG clouds when I really want to get them, but I don't want to burn a crazy amount of juice. The coils I see look to be made out of steel wire or something .. I have no clue. I am very new to this. Care to explain?

    Also, a very question/concern to my vaping.. Sometimes when I vape, I'll be in bed with my friend watching movies and I can vape through majority of the movie, the next morning I feel sort of sick and short breathed.. Anyone ever feel like this? Could it be the juice I am using???

    Thanks guys.. Sorry for the questions. I know some of you may think I'm here for answers and I'm gone but I'm here to stay ! I love vaping !

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    Where to start. Umm Ok BDC vs BVC. BDC means bottom dual coil, which means there are two coils in one head, side by side and horizontal. BVC means there is one coil mounted vertically, bottom verticle coil. Building your own coils is a daunting task for a beginner, and I wouldn't really recommend rebuilding disposable coils for a beginner, for this it's best to start with an atomizer with a good sized build deck. Either a rebuildable tank atomizer(RTA) or a rebuildable dripping atomizer(RDA). Either way, once you start rebuilding, especially if you like clouds, you will inevitably use more juice. It's just the way it goes, more clouds=more juice. When I started, a 30ml bottle lasted me 2 weeks, now I have no problem killing 100ml in a week. Most people wind coils with Kanthal resistance wire, some use nichrome, nickel wire is getting very popular, and now some mods can now use titanium. For your istick, your best option is kanthal A1, when you do get around to building.

    Personally I recommend getting a Kanger Subtank mini. The Subtank produces very good flavour and clouds. while sub-ohm factory coils are available, you would be using the 1.2ohm, as your istick is not made for going below 1ohm resistance. The Subtank also comes with a rebuildable head that can get you started in building coils. They also have the easiest factory coils that I have seen for rebuilding as well. There is also recommended wattage written on the side of their coils, which is visible through the glass when it's installed, so there is no guess work on whether you will put too much power and burn it.

    Just know that if you buy a subtank, or start rebuilding, especially if you like clouds, you WILL eventually want sub ohm. And if you see the Kanger sub-box after you buy just the tank, you will kick yourself, because it's a 50 watt mod capable of firing 0.3 ohm coils, which comes with a matching sub tank, for only about $30 more than the price of just a tank by itself. I felt sick when I bought my subtank and the sub-box came out a week later.

    As for your concern, the way you felt in the morning could have something to do with your juice's mix ratio. High PG juices can do this to you. Also, if you "chain" vape, it's recommended to drink lots of water, because vaping can seem to dehydrate you a bit.

    Hope This helps. Oh and for more information on building your own coils, try youtube, I spent hours on youtube before building my first coil.

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    Awesome Jay, thank you very much brudda ! I've only used one juice to be honest and it's made by a local shop but I am looking for different one.. One in particular so hopefully that one isn't as bad. Thanks for the advice ! I just got the aspire nautilus lol I wish I knew about the kanger before lol

 

 

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