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    Who prefers single coils?

    Nowadays, most vapers prefer building and using dual coils, I wonder who of you, mates, prefer single coils. Don`t be shy to share with us Why do you like more the single (dual) coils?

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    Coil set-ups are a matter of preference for users. What I like may vary greatly from what others like.

    From my experiences, I prefer a single coil when using Temperature Protection (Vapor Flask dna40) because they give me better flavor at cooler temps and faster ramp-up with the lower wattage's than the dual coils do.

    On my non temp control setups (ipv2s & ipv3) I prefer dual coils because they have more surface area which produces intense, thick, warm flavor for me on higher wattage's.

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    Most of the time I use dual coils and this is probably not because they are much better or performing in some special way, this is just because of the "aims" I have during vaping and mostly because of the ecig hardware I use.
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    I been running single! (Hope the wife understands, COILS.) The biggest hurdle for myself, is getting dual coils equal in ohms. I have a couple atomizers needing setup dual. A new Koil tool arrived today, plenty o sizes o wires (of of, lol), just to tired to fiddle (no frets).
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    Single coils surely have their great advantages but yet I use only dual coils. Maybe the biggest problem that occurs with duals is what Taurus mentioned - getting them equal in ohms.
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    I have tried using single coils and it is easy to notice the difference, it is really pleasant but I have really hard time vaping with a single. Don`t know why, it is supposed to be simple but it is not, find dual coils more user friendly.
     

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    Re: Who prefers single coils?

    Well, Its all about preference and the hardware you are using. I prefer single coil as it doesn't drain my battery plus my e-liquid will last longer.
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    Re: Who prefers single coils?

    I use a dual coil e-cig... Actually, I started vaping recently... So, I don't have much knowledge on this matter, but would love to know more about both...
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