jsnowbrien: Do you think you could use 24 karat gold wire and that would make the atomizer last a lot longer it wouldn't be too expensive since you only need a little 24k coil.
buffmadness: It would be nice if you talked during the video to explain why and how you're doing things.
Looks like you got like 20 coils..why?
t3r221n4t0r: will copper wire work..what kind of wire was that made off?
Ron Harris: Well shot video, a great demonstration. Would love to see a instructional video.
ash21: great vid! :) got a few question guvner , what is that plastic bit with the screw connectors called?, and where can i get all of these meterial from online? thanks :D
MsAtticonline: Nice video. I watched another video that may save you the step of wicking by winding the wire around the metal piece and the wick at the same time, then pulling the metal piece out and the wick is already inside.
planecrazyish: Nice work! can you tell me what model atomizer you used? Thanks
powchino1: I DID THE SAME INTO A MINI SCREWDRIVER. GREETINGS.
Ratiu Constantin: Hi I watched your movie how to replace atomizer resistance. Please tell me what kind of atomizer the one you used and where can I buy it, I opened the atomizer 501 and 901 but they don't have resistance fixation screws.
jackwski: @lalakisx thank you anyway
I do not know.
a friend gave to me. Thanks.
jackwski: Thank you for the video.
Where did you get the rope?
lalakisx: I use 0.18 mm wire [ nichrome I believe that you can call it ] that wrap onto a 2 mm drill. The resistance that it create is 2.6 ohms
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