2017-04-29NVadmin HomeRebuildables Dangers of Ni200 nickel DON’T vape it on anything BUT Temperature Control! Dangers of Ni200 nickel DON’T vape it on anything BUT Temperature Control! - in Rebuildables 312 50 Don’t pulse the coils when you build, don’t Torch the coils, Don’t even make them glow like you would with Kanthal! Don’t vape Ni200 in regular wattage mode, … 277368 Views 50 Comments Sun Behind the Sun 777April 29, 2017 at 7:01 amFunny looking back almost 2 yrs. Nickel just never took off as being popular. Now SS is all the rage. Reply omar khanApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amGang is SS coils safe on wattage mode and temp. Reply Martin ThompsonApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amI think don't vape nickel full stop. i was looking into stainless for cooking coz i switched to a mostly raw vegan diet and started noticing a metalic taste when I did cook and it turns out stainless steel contains nickel. nickel is supposed to be very dodgy. remember the industries which are largely associated with chemistry are protecting vast amounts of profit with what they say is safe exposure. facts are people are getting sick from exposure to all sorts and it is hard to say which thing is doing it but probably the combination. i started going raw for detox from metals and then find it is quite a good way to avoid the cookware. id be careful really with metals like what is the ph of the eliquid? apparently like tomato reacts with stainless well i could taste it thats why i looked it up. nickel and cadmium is also apparently in tobacco smoke. Reply Mr CheeserApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amBruh ur thumbnail looks like a computer generated image Reply Writers UnitedApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amWhat if you get that pouder like stuff on your kanthal? Reply juan solisApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amhey man! i have a dual fused clapton coil build in my rda. reads around .33 ohms. i have it on my G320 from smok box mod. I wanted to know how many watts can this dual fused clapton build can take. can i vape this build around 250 watts??? Reply billy-ted ChannellApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amShit ima go back to stainless steel Jesus thanks man Reply Srikandi WarionApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amhas any company made the coil out of the copper instead of nickel? perhaps safer? Reply samljerApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 ami dont care what anyone says, when you oxidize the nicken(ni200) even by mistakeyou can taste that shit. i did it once, and i felt like ass. Reply SuperSlimshady1April 29, 2017 at 7:01 amat what temp is the hottest a nickel coil can get (In Fahrenheit) without it giving off toxins? thnxz Reply Nicholas ZounisApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amGood information thanks, I am not going to use nickel, not taking the risk. Reply Dr GunsmithApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amAnd for fuck sake don't try use lead wire lol Reply Simon SmithApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amso i am using 36k – 26n clapton wire. I never mess with temp control. Always in wattage mode. usually 40 watts or so at .3 ohms so I guess I'm confused, why would they even let consumers use an unsafe metal in the first place, and now I wonder if the 36k-26n means I am vaping toxic shit on wattage mode. Reply Jason Ohm-ManApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amtop man, top info, nice one, subscribed. Reply Omar AlsaeeApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 ami vape an rx200 with an aspire cleito and my coils are 40-60 watt aspire cleito coil and i put it in wattage mode , am i on the safe side ? Reply Hüseyin YağcıApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amhı guy bro0.15 ohm ni200 coils there is How many F I have to drink ? Reply Harmonica In The Breeze.April 29, 2017 at 7:01 amits a good thing your video is on! there are so many do-it-yourself types out here who just don't get it?? carpenters who don't know what a tape measure isaquarists who wash out their filters in TAP Watermechanics who jack up the car on mudthrow the instruction manuals aside typesand of course the self made Vape scientists who before taking it bit only ever changed the battery in a remote control😕this is so scary I'm already reaching for my old packet of… cigarettes? Reply dabnvegas 702April 29, 2017 at 7:01 amyour wick would catch on fire if you ever got close to the degrees you need to get what hes talking about… all my alien ls and claptons are kanthal a1 wraped in nichrome 80 or 200. Reply Ahmed SarkerApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amvery very important message in your video for the people who care less about what they're doing. thnx for sharing this. keep up the good work & i wish you good luck my friend. Reply John WalshApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amFuck nickel Reply josh nyeApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amYou look like a GTA character. Reply Kyler CalhounApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amthanks for the good info dude. I use kanthal 100% never stainless and never nickel but its a great piece of info to have Reply Mitch MinneboApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amBIG THX M8!!!! Reply Ajintse NakatuApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amThanks for the review but I can't set it to TC mode. I have nickel 0.2Ohm. Tank is Vengeance. My VTC evic mini just hops back to VW after I set to TC. Reply GFDSD FSDFSApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amHi, I bought eVic VT few days ago with Ni coil. If I use Ni temperature control even on max settings 60W, 600F I have little smoke and taste. If I try VW mode I get x4 stronger taste and x5 more smoke. Is there any way I could get same result in temperature control mode? I'm new to vaping and have no idea how to change coils or what coil to use in VW mode… Reply Tomi MathiesApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amThank you for this video. Cheers Reply Sam HillApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amThanks man you probably just saved me I've been using a nickel coil in a non temp control device Reply matty dApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amss is the way to go Reply Z!G GYApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amthanks for this, very good to know that. Reply EnigmaXEntityZeroApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amawesome. 👍 Reply CelExampleApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amThis guy is not wrong, but he's blowing this out of proportion. It's perfectly safe to use nickel with most mods as they are locked to 600F. Even in wattage mode, you'd be fine.You have to get the wire to 425C (797F) minimum, and hold it there for an extended period of time for any carbon to precipitate at all. You would have to hit your temperature controlled coil at almost twice normal operating temperatures, for a whole hour. Also worth mentioning is that the experiments in the SpecialMetals paper were done in environments of pure hydrogen, and a hydrogen/methane mix.So let's say you've done the above and some negligibly miniscule quantity of carbon has precipitated from your coil. It doesn't magically get airborne. It would more than likely stick to the coil, or run off in juice.One can pretty conclusively say, based on evidence and common sense, that graphite precipitation from nickel coils is literally nothing to worry about. Reply The Dark Lord Of MuffinsApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amwhat about a device that doesnt have temp control but has auto overheat protection? Reply Jonathan BolducApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amno need for the language.i watch this videos with my kids in ear shot Reply Ali AlsunbulApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amit's much better when i changed it to temperature control thanks maan Reply Dusk WolfApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amCopper is another wire that I'm glad doesn't get used because if it did, it would be deadly. Reply Scotty LawrenceApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amOkay so I don't know much about temperature control and I just want someone to answer this one question for me. So I'm using a Smok 220w alien with the baby blue beast and a V8-Q2 coil head. The Smok alien has temperature control mode but I don't know whether I should put it on (SS) (TI) or (Ni) I want to try out temperature control but don't know what temperature to vape at or if I should use nickel titanium or steel. Please reply Reply tomatoxflamesApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amyoure my #1 redneck Reply Gd SnuffApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amThank you for this information! I just got into vaping and my kit has the red o-ring and blue one. I'm tossing the blue one. Reply fredApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amHow about gold coils ? Reply 1dotcomdotnetApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amthanks for the info. btw what mod are you using? thanks again. Reply 1dotcomdotnetApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amthanks for the info. btw what mod are you using? thanks again. Reply Shanjiv RasuApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 ami use 0.5 ohm ceramic coil by vaporesso, so basically i call vape on power mode or temperature control mode. i use vaporesso target pro with 0.5ohm ss ccell coil in temperature mode, i get a burnt metal smell and taste while vaping at around 100*c and max temperature i tried at around 180*c recomened by a professional vaper. IIs that normal or is my coil messed up?FYI- im new to vaping . please correct me if im doing it wrongthanks in advance Reply Frank McDermottApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amif you dont know about things dont fucking comment on thing you dont know thats why you do resistence builds to be safe Reply scrolexApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amWhy is everybody so scared of every little maybe dangerous thing? Reply Joshua VillarrialApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amI'm using 21 g hotwire by chadster dual coils spaced 9 wrap @ 1.6-1.7 ohm running on temple rda(not the 30mm) and asmodus plaque 150 w box mod…. I've never had a tc mod and I'm not sure what kind of wire this is.. been running this build anywhere from 80 to 120 w.. got any advice for me about this wire on tc mode.. just recently started doing my own builds and trying to be safe wanna learn from a more experienced source.. you say not make the wire glow but how do I know then if it is firing even? sorry man got a lot of questions lol hope to hear back from you Reply Daniel KindhApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amhow do I know if the coils that comes with the Horizon Tech Arctic Tank 100w sub ohm is nickle or titanitum or others? Reply Cashen KushApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amthis is what i vape, a RX 200 my tempture is 125 Ni °C and 0.26 what looks like a horseshoe upside down and 70.0 W is thats safe ? Reply raj kumarApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amso I didn't know the difference in the coils . I smoke for a couple hours on nickel coil in wattage mod . how bad is that ? Reply Ty BrownApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amIf you're going to use temp control, use SS. Honestly, I've always heard better things about it. Plus, Stainless Steel can be used in both modes. Reply Dave KingApril 29, 2017 at 7:01 amgood info, right on the mark! Also goes for all Ti-coils/any temp control coil. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Sign me up for the newsletter!