posted on Feb, 4 2017 @ 08:07 PM
I found TC to be an endless task of tweaking and if you use lots of different vape liquids, its more trouble than its worth.
The idea of TC being that it uses more power to reach a temp and then to throttle the power to maintain the temp so the juice doesnt burn on the
coils. Which sounds perfect, right?
Problem is that that perfect temp is different for every coil metal type, every ohm the coil has and each juice. This means that unless you are
willing to spend ages tweaking its more trouble than its worth.
I instead prefer to spend my time making perfect coils (i aim for perfect flavour not clouds) and dialling in the best wattage for ramp up time vs.
sustained vapor. And that often means i never do a ten second burn, not due to a coil burning the vape juice but rather giving the wicks a chance to
absorb juice in between firings.
So unless you only really stick to once juice, id say TC is a bit of a waste of time, all my devices have TC ability but its been ages since i
bothered as im at a happy point in my coil building and wicking.
Good luck in your quest for that perfect vape