Just received my latest batch of BVC coils (Nautilus) and I noticed they have made the 4 juice feed holes much larger?
I am using 2 of these new ones in each of my Nautilus devices and I think Aspire have got it wrong - I have not had any flooding yet but they both have a susceptibility to gurgling - especially when the device has been in my shirt pocket and got warm - which I have always done on the original coils with no problem?
I have yet to try them in my selection of Nautilus Mini devices so I am keeping my fingers crossed they are not worse in the smaller atomisers!
This worries me as I remember the original BDC (non Nautilus) coils with 4 holes used to flood so they were quickly updated to have only 2 - they have gone in the opposite direction with these?
In the past they updated the BDC (non Nautilus) to BVC which was supposed to be an improvement - unfortunately for me they only flood and gurgle when used in my ET-S atomisers (which I used for a long time before I changed to Nautilus devices) and I was going to give them to a friend but it's no good doing this if they are going to flood/gurgle all the time - NOT a good introduction to vaping at all!
I just don't understand the logic - the BVC coils generally get excellent reviews globally and now Aspire have changed them, and not for the better, so myself and numerous other people I note on some of the forums are getting problems - WHY!?
Aspire, please make your design team learn the old saying - IF IT'S NOT BROKEN DON'T FIX IT!
All in all, with the mediocre quality of my new ESP 30W and the arbitrary changes to these coils I guess I may be looking for a new supplier for my standard vaping requirements in the not too distant future.