Obviously, frequency of coil changes depend on many factors. Juice mix ratio, voltage, frequency of use, etc.
However, what I am asking is this...
Based on Aspire product testing, under "ideal conditions", how often should the "average user" change their coils?
Answering this question requires both a definition of "ideal conditions" and "average user".
Let's use myself as an example:
I started with a brand new BVC coil in my Nautilus Mini 16 days ago. I use a few different juices, but they are all roughly 50/50 at 12mg nicotine. And I go thru approximately 4-5 tanks a day. I run down two full eGo CTwist VV batteries a day on 3.8v - 4v. I rarely go above 4v ever.
I have gotten extremely varied results with almost no deviation in my usage habits. Sometimes I have to replace coils in 8 days because of the flavor/vapor reduction, sometimes in 3 weeks.
I would like an "official" outline from Aspire as to when, under either "normal" or "ideal" conditions, the company recommends coil replacement. And a definition of those terms.
At least this would give us a good baseline to work from and help people identify when they have legitimately bad coils or straight up fakes.
If possible, an Excel spreadsheet or at least a graphically presented chart of product testing would be ideal.
Any info is greatly appreciated.