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TC Consistency

Discussion in 'Temperature Control board Talk' started by Lotta, Jan 26, 2016.

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    That's the biggest problem for sure and why I dont have a stable of only DNA200 mods. :) Otherwise IMO, the DNA200 is a superior chipset and vape to anything else except for perhaps the Dicodes which is also very expensive.
     
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    Agree with you there about the Aromamizer. I noticed it requires the smallest adjustments across all the Joyetech/Wismec mods here. I'll have a Griffin soon and look forward to seeing how that works. What do you think of yours?
     
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    The Griffin is a really great flavor Tank and i like all the space there is on the deck. The prob with the aromamiser is the limitation of builds, because of the small deck, but a great flavor tank.
    The Griffin are so easy to build on and it can take really big coils 3,5mm clapton no problejm and JI ust tuck the cotton in the 4 small channels/ not into the bigger channels
     
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    If I decide to get a DNA 200 device, since the prices are all similar which one gets you the most bang for the buck? I see some good prices on the Hcigar VT200. The others are just a little more, SMY SDNA 200, Lost Vape Efusion DNA 200, Hotcig DX200, Panzer DNA 200W. From there the prices go up again with the Lavabox, Vapor Shark, JDTech and Tuglyfe. I left out the Reuleaux DNA200, it may be fine but don't really care for the form factor.
     
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    Performance will be basically the same with all devices as it is the same board, so it really just comes down to form factor build quality and battery life. I have the VT200 and like the feel of it very much. I would prefer a different finish on the outside and one charge last me about 3/4 of a day vaping. But I do vape about 15-20/day. I also have a VTBox200 which is admittedly bigger and heavier. BUT I [refer it personally as it has the better finish. It does NOT have 1800mAh batteries as claimed, they are aboiut 1350mAh. I admit thiough that it is away getting the board repaired or replaced, but that is not necessarily the fault of the mod, but the board itself. Don't know yet if it was just a bad board or bad manufacturing, but there don't seem to be too many going back from what I have read.
     
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    I very much agree with Longtail. Also about the Vt200.

    The Hotcig is supposed to be pretty good...nice modular battery swap-out (either 900 or 1,300 mah) or and now the 2 x 18650 pack though it looks to be a wide-dimension mod with that attached.
     
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    So I pulled the trigger on the one I said I didn't want. After hours of searching and thinking, I thought maybe the 3 18650s made more sense to me. Figured I would get better battery life and not have to worry about recharging the mod. Pop in some new batteries and keep on vaping. Hopefully, I didn't make a terrible call. Total price with shipping, $135 US.
     
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    @Lotta If that's the Reuleaux and you don't like it I will buy it off you. Just let me know.
     
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    I have the Hotcig and have never had any problems with it and I bought a spare battery at Hotcig, so I always have power on the Mod. I have also seen they have come out with more spare batteries and a inclosure to 18650. I get the spare battery fairly cheap, because they dont have to ship it overseas as I live in China, so I might get some of the new ones. But this mod have been good to me.
     
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    The Wismec is great, but for me, it's a table mod; I use it at home all the time but would never take it out with me. The battery life with 3x LG HG2's is excellent (if the cells are good for 200 charges I won't have to replace them for several years :D).
    I probably would have kept the VT200 if I hadn't stumbled across such a great deal for the Wismec.
     
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    Definitely not going to be my errand mod. That's what the Mini-Volt is for. Also have my iStick 60 for longer outings. I could have got the VT200 for close to the same price but ended up deciding on the Reuleaux. $135 is a lot for a mod these days (at least to me). But in the end, the triple 18650s did it for me. If you count 3 new 18650s, it costs more than the VT200, but not much more.
     
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    I use about 10 ml e-liquid per day and my single 18650 mod typically last me from morming 'til beddy time. How much -e-liquid are you guys clouding up every day?
     
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    I go through about 15-20ml/day dependant on what I am doing during the day. But in a single 18650 I go through 3 batteries/day.
     
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    <20ml per week :D
     
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    :surprised::surprised::surprised::peace:
     
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