Coils tend to glow in watt mode when fired for a few seconds. There is a limited research that when a coil glows and hits a certain temperature the material oxidizes and that can fall off as you inhale and you then are inhaling micro metal particles. This is also a bit of a concern to me as well since my mod doesn't have an easy way to get into a TCR mode. But there are a lot of factors involved here and according to what I read nothing is conclusive, the study was more saying "this is something that can happen" so it kind of comes down to the end user wanting to take that risk or not
Awesome work Stu**MOD POST**
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They look amazing.. I am curious to see the build deck and the coils. ""The heating wires must glow evenly!"" ,but can the glow be avoided with higher gauge or more wire ?I just noticed, that the Glow is released! I dont have any experience with 510 devices and follow this one since some time. I'm tempted
Would be nice if the Dreamwood Team would join this thread telling us a bit about this gem
The Vaporizer works with every 510 battery that has at least 50W but i would suggest an 70W to be sure not to use the battery at their limit.
it comes with a dual kanthal Coil but its up to you at the end what you like to use
The way you phrased it is quite misleading. It's the cell CDR rating that is important, not the mod maximum power. It's perfectly possible to get the ubiquitous evic VTC mini which can fire up to 75W and use it with a cell that's absolutely not up to par (ex: HG2 and 30Q can't output 70W safely)
So it means no TC support out of the box?