I started out with the lower-wattage, 0.5-ohm coils. Firing them up with Dinner Lady’s Rice Pudding e-liquid at 70 watts, I was a bit disappointed. For starters, it’s a cool vape, but thin on flavor. It doesn’t take long at all to fire (especially with the MVP4 Aethon chipset), and vapor production was impressive, thanks to those parallel coils. But the flavor left me wanting. I ramped up the power to 100 watts to see what the coil is like close to its max. Bam! My coil is already starting to taste a bit burnt. I would also add that I noticed that this tank was quite leaky, at least with this coil. Let’s put it down to a false start, and move on to the 0.28-coils…

In this case I’m using Motley Brew’s Crumb DMC from their remixed range. I started at 100 watts, and went all the way up to 200 watts, usually in 5-watt increments.

Around 100 watts I wasn’t impressed, and got that same “thin” taste. But my sweet spot was between 150 – 160 watts. At this point, the vape is warm but not unpleasant, and vapor production is straight-up cloud 9. I went up to 200 watts and didn’t notice too much of a difference in taste. The main issues were the tank heating up and therefore becoming difficult to refill. I doubt either coil is really meant for chain-vaping the way I did. But most importantly – the coil kept up with me. I rarely had any issues with spitback, and I vaped about 12 mL of e-liquid on this coil. The tank was hot but the delrin did a great job of withstanding the heat. The vape band makes it easier to grip the tank without roasting your fingers on hot glass too.

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