0.7 BVC coils buring out in 3 days or less with 50/50 light colored blend

Hell all,

The 0.7 colis using 50/50 blend burns up in 3 days or less despite vaping at the bottom voltage range (14.5 - 16.5 watts). I've tried vaping throughout the voltage/wattage range trying to find the sweet spot to prevent burning. But I am at a total loss. Are we supposed to switch to a different blend 70/30 when using 0.7 coils? What blends work best with higher temp coils like the 0.7ohm? I can't find info. The seller I buy from does state on the website these coils do burn out and have a lot of dry hits. I don't get dry hits. I get too much juice spitting into my mouth. At first I suspected the seller was switching the good coils with clones. But then I purchased locally. The local box was new packaging with the sticker seals. They too burned up within 2-3 days. This can't be right. How can Aspire put a product out that doesn't last like their others. We must be doing something wrong.

Please help us. I love the vape with 0.7 ohm coils. It's three times better than 1.6/1.8. I just don't want to keep buring money up. That's one reason I quit smoking. Now I'm smoking coils.. Not to mention the inconvenience. I have to have extra 0.7 coils with me all the times now. It's insane. What are we doing wrong? Thank you in advance for any and all suggestions and help.

Cheers from Seattle
Cameron
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  • Buy some coils from the Aspire website and see if you still have the same problem. I don't know what vendor would tell you it's normal to get dry hits from an Aspire coil.
  • Same here. I have to change my bvc 1.6 ohms coils every 3-4 days - I don't get dry hits, but after 3-4 days they are burnt out and tbh the last day the amount of vapour produced is very little. My set up: 3.7 V battery on mechanical mode (meaning I am at 8.6W power with a 1.6ohms resistance) and I usually vape my own 60/40 (PG/VG) juice, dark yellow colour.
    Aspire Staff, where are you?
  • AleMann said:

    Same here. I have to change my bvc 1.6 ohms coils every 3-4 days - I don't get dry hits, but after 3-4 days they are burnt out and tbh the last day the amount of vapour produced is very little. My set up: 3.7 V battery on mechanical mode (meaning I am at 8.6W power with a 1.6ohms resistance) and I usually vape my own 60/40 (PG/VG) juice, dark yellow colour.
    Aspire Staff, where are you?

    First off, did you actually check the scratch off on the coil box? Just the fact that seals are on the box don't make them a genuine Aspire coil. You have to check them against the Aspire website. See this thread: https://forums.aspirecig.com/discussion/27688/check-your-aspire-scratch-off-code-for-authenticity/p1 Fake coils have a tendancy to burn out FAST!
    Second. any darker sweet juice regardless of the pg/vg ratio will gunk up and die quicker than one that is not sweet. Nicotine starts to darken with exposure to light so it's not the dark color per se, but the sweetener in the juice. If you add to this a higher vg ratio and it's worse. Lots of times I hear of folks chain vaping on these little coils with sweet juice and they get dry hits. That's due to the sweetener drying in the coil cotton and blocking juice from absorption into the coil. You might want to try a juice with less sweetener in it and see if that solves the problem, that is all I can recommend. Hope this helps.
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