Ni80 usually - i find the coils last a really long time and there is no nasty flavor from it.
Side note: when i was struggling to learn how to make coils GT said it wasn't necessary since you could buy packs of 100 from fast tech - I was firm in wanting to learn but more often than not I take that bit of wisdom and use FT ones these days - they work perfectly well for me as a low watt tootle puffer - still happy that I can make a basic coil though - you never know when we might not have a choice
I went through a brief experimental stage a little while back with RTA's & RBA's but I used ready made coils in them that I got from the likes of Fasttech and elsewhere.
However I quickly worked out that rebuildables weren't really my thing and I soon went back to subohm tanks and pre-made factory coils.
I was experimenting (read: wasting lots of money ) with a number of different makes and models trying to find the 'one' when Joyetech released the Riftcore Duo. They instantly became my go to...UNTIL maybe 7 or 8 months later when Joyetech released the Cubis Max tank with its NC film heating plates. I bought one to give it a try and haven't looked back since and of course bought a few more, as you do. The Riftcore's have all gone back into their boxes and into my Vapeaggeddon Apocalypse storage stash.
The only other device I'm using (atm) is my Joyetech Dolphin's which are fantastic for when I'm out and about or in the car etc (instead of having to carry around one of my dual 21700 mods with a Cubis Max Tank on top - which is most decidedly not pocket or out and about friendly).
#44059Last Edit: Mar 27, 2019 9:15:52 GMT 10 by Nica