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Title: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 03, 2014, 09:12:15 PM
Yes  mailman brought me a package today , happy days...   Pne was a   Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the other a  Immortalizer RBA Clone. now if there is anybody on the forum, that could advise me on a decent build it would be much  appreciated.  I can build my own ****, but anything that could be better would be great. So i look forward to seeing what you can offer. Many Thanks fellow vapers.     8)
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 04, 2014, 05:28:01 PM
WELL THAT WAS REALLY HELPFUL...   USELESS !!! ............ Please excuse me. I'm extremely sorry. (Edited)
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: igetcha on February 04, 2014, 06:02:09 PM
Wow, that's not a good attitude fella! Did you consider that maybe not everyone else owns a Trident so may not feel able to answer you? And how can they advise of a "better setup" when you have not explained how you set your one up in the 1st place! :P

To call fellow forum members "useless" because they didn't pander to your demands is a little dissapointing
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: itsmeitis on February 04, 2014, 06:03:27 PM
i was about to post but beaten to it  - but suffice to say, here's what i was posting as reply:

WELL THAT WAS REALLY HELPFUL...   USELESS !!!

think it through -  ;)

so you can build it already, but can anyone gauge better ?

might help if you explain how or what you seek in bettering your own build ?

and by the way, how do Preston North End come into it ? :P
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: a1laserboy on February 04, 2014, 07:08:03 PM
I own a trident clone, I found a lot of information on the internet merely by moving my finger and and clicking the trackpad. Maybe you should give it a go. Many times you get results within seconds.

Or alternatively expect someone else to do the leg work for you like a little child, then act like one when nobody bothers to put themselves out for you.

In the time it took me to type that, I could have given you half a dozen links. But somehow I don't feel like it......
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: jono7969 on February 04, 2014, 08:37:39 PM
Although that was not the best way to ask for help, i use x 2 micro coils 5 wraps of  .3 on each coil, comes out at about 0.6 ohms .

make sure you have the right batteries to go sub ohm , and if you dont know what your doing , either dont do it or ask (politely)
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 04, 2014, 09:21:40 PM
Wow, that's not a good attitude fella! Did you consider that maybe not everyone else owns a Trident so may not feel able to answer you? And how can they advise of a "better setup" when you have not explained how you set your one up in the 1st place! :P

To call fellow forum members "useless" because they didn't pander to your demands is a little dissapointing
                                                       Firstly i would like to offer my apologies, not just to (1). Scott, (2) itsmeitis, (3) a1laserboy, and jono7969      but everybody on the forum that may read the said comment.  Apart from being extremely upset with grief, once again i am sorry.
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: itsmeitis on February 04, 2014, 09:32:59 PM
fair enough  8)

now - back to the original question and its really down to personal choice as to how you wind the coils.

you can look to videos posted about the forum or even wider afield to see how differing coils vary, but ultimately, there will be a likely sweet spot which offers the best of all constituents to you personally. i.e. visible vapour, flavour, and overall hit.

if you are content with the coil you have already, then a tweak in either direction should give you a feel for things and allow you to recognise if you're sacrificing say, flavour for vape or vice versa.



i personally like my coils to arrive somewhere in the region of 1.2ohm - 1.7ohms, though i more commonly use genesis or kayfun style wick based atomisers but with cotton wool.

i use ribbon or standard wire types, but as i mainly seek my desired resistance, i often have to alter the winds to reach optimal resistance in accordance with the wire used per coil.




Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 05, 2014, 01:41:10 AM
 
fair enough  8)

now - back to the original question and its really down to personal choice as to how you wind the coils.

you can look to videos posted about the forum or even wider afield to see how differing coils vary, but ultimately, there will be a likely sweet spot which offers the best of all constituents to you personally. i.e. visible vapour, flavour, and overall hit.

if you are content with the coil you have already, then a tweak in either direction should give you a feel for things and allow you to recognise if you're sacrificing say, flavour for vape or vice versa.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       



i personally like my coils to arrive somewhere in the region of 1.2ohm - 1.7ohms, though i more commonly use genesis or kayfun style wick based atomisers but with cotton wool.

i use ribbon or standard wire types, but as i mainly seek my desired resistance, i often have to alter the winds to reach optimal resistance in accordance with the wire used per coil.
                     ►►►   Thank You very much for your help and advice, i'm alway open to this. i've never used ribbon wire, but have twisted some 28 Gauge kanthal, for the first time.  Its really nice to work with, came out at 1.3 ohms and used surgical gauze for wicking material.  I'm quite happy with it,
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: ilegal on February 05, 2014, 09:09:52 AM
Never heard of using surgical gauze before but sounds interesting! I guess you could roll it just as you would a mesh wick? Is that what you're doing?
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 05, 2014, 10:56:38 PM
 I've have attempted to post an image, of the two different kinds of surgical gauze i use. But with the restrictions size being 550KB per each individual image, i dont no how to do it. ( Why so small, i find very frustrating.)   Anyway usually roll my coils round a darning needle, but as you say,(quote..."I guess you could roll it just as you would a mesh wick.") i think this would be a great idea, i going to attempt it on my Steamboy RBA.
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 05, 2014, 11:16:13 PM
Sorry i couldn't crop, edit whatever you call  making the picture smaller. If you click on the yellow WP 000_304.jpg. Then you get a proper picture of the surgical gauze.  If you can be arsed. Lol.   
Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: ukric on February 05, 2014, 11:28:50 PM
Re-sized pic

Title: Re: Vapemail, 1st- Trident clone RDA By Grand Vapor, the Immortalizer RBA Clone.
Post by: WJM364 on February 06, 2014, 02:11:16 AM
Re-sized pic
                            Thank you very much for reposting my image ukric.  Much appreciated..    :thanks