donleetful: what size mm is the 32 gauge wire?
kimtomas1: Yay, thanks! That was really helpful.
GimmeEd: Great video!! Awesome close ups and you do excellent work.
Any chance you'll be doing an iClear 30 rebuild?
Christopher Peters: Can you use 3mm for the coil and 2mm for the flavor wick? Great video!
Vape Man: Good video, My coil just stopped working on my Evod, not sure why. only had for few weeks.
Kennykid2002: Do you recommend smaller sized wick for the T3/T3S, or just going straight for 3mm?
Mike Reynolds: What constitutes time to rebuild besides when they quit working? Do you rebuild when you think they are tasting a little funky, or will they start tasting burnt?
pagan01982: Oh. And I didn't use any tools except the pliers to pull the top stem. And if course the pin.
pagan01982: Just rebuilt my first 2 coils after watching once. Both burn great. I don't have a tester but they're soaking now. How important is that part anyway?
Snaredrummmer88: 2mm coiled wick and 1mm flavor wicks.
Snaredrummmer88: Sounds like you are shorting the coil some how.
Snaredrummmer88: What I do know is that the more flavor you have, the more black gunk buildup you will have, and more quickly.
Snaredrummmer88: They will last a couple days to a couple weeks depending on your habit. I confess to being a chain vaper, and they last me 2-4 days. My Girlfriend however doesn't need a new one built but once ever 1-2 weeks.
MrDbrennen: Nice video. I've recoiled my EVOD heads lots of times using knowledge gained from the CE5s I used to use but there's some useful tips to in your video which I hadn't thought of, thanks :)
Jeremy W: Thanks for the VID... you just saved me allot of money :) .... I was just buying a pack (of 5) of these about every week B/C one lasts me about 2-to-3 days if im lucky... IDK exactly why they have been burning out so quickly.... >:) I'm only using the "Itaste MVP on about 4.8 and currently mixing about 70-30 to 80-20 while adding flavor concentrate) "70-80 being the VG lol" but any ways now i can make one of these for about 25 cents instead of 2.99 at my local vape shop...
Mike Reynolds: how long will a build last before you have to rebuild it again? I am complete newbie to this, I have bought 2 batteries and three tanks, been using them in rotation about 10 days and they are all tasting a lot worse than when they were new. Is this re-build thing something you have to do every other day?
neoplasmax: Thinking maybe whatever they use (maybe the type of sugars in the liquid or other ingredients) don't actually vaporize as well and leave behind sort of like how tap water scars the bottom of a pan when it's boiled completely out. Or maybe it's just a thicker liquid that requires a little more heat to properly vape completely leaving less behind. Dunno, still experimenting, very new to all this. Just seeing if you have some insight.
neoplasmax: Oh another quick question. Certain fluids I've bought tend to leave behind more residue than others. Generally it's the darker color liquids. I bought some Monster flavored liquid one day and I absolutely loved the taste, but I noticed after 1 day of vaping it, it turned nasty fast. I then decided to try the Red Bull flavored one they offered and been vaping it for over a month on the same coil with not one single bad vape. Is there something I could do to fix the monster or just not buy it?
neoplasmax: Just curious if you have experimented.
neoplasmax: I'm thinking the thicker wire would heat up more slower but also at the same time offers more surface area to heat the wick allowing me to get much larger longer vapes. This true? Or is it that this particular model only needs 32ga? The bigger problem may be that it may get too close to the other winds creating hot spots. Or is this accomplished using the wider wicks such as the 2mm vs. the 1mm?
neoplasmax: I have the exact same model you displaying here. Great video. I have been buying many of these coils at around $1.99 but they tend to burn out kind of quick to me in the stock mode. I've been wanting to rebuild them myself with better quality resistance wire and wick. My question is. I noticed you sell various widths of wick. Which is better and why for this particular model. Mind you, I like big vapes of tons of flavor, would it be better to use a 30ga thicker wire to accomplish this?
Cire Smith: I have the meter, I had to wait a few times because they were out of stock. I just got an evic and it works for testing it because it has an alarm but I'm not sure I would want to mess up the evic since the meter is only $20.
Arcangelo Cosentino: Perché non mettere wick doppia da 2 millimetri ,e kathal 0,20 ,e sei sicuro che non si allaga mai,e ottieni una res, di 1,6 /1,8 hom ,ciaoooo
John Cleveland: no idea what im doing wrong, but I tried about 10 times, and just could not get it. I wrapped the coil, bent the first wire, put in the grommet, bent second wire then inserted the metal plug. I powered battery and it just flashes at me. I can push on coil and every once in awhile itll work, but never got one to work. I either cant get it to ground good or something. Very frustrated and dont know what im doing wrong?
Anthony Tanchak: What size wick are you using for the coil, and what size for the flavor wicks?
Jim Munoz: Wow, I went to watch a video, and just so happened to find the eBay seller I bought my silica and Kanthal wire from today =D
Mellowman468: thicker coil.
flar28: and do you have to do this yourself?
flar28: how will you know when its time to replace your coil?
sue e: I have a couple of those and I got them when I did some jewelry making (they were with the beads, findings etc etc), also when I worked at a couple of pc repair places ..if I remember right they both came with a "set" of mini pliers one from one of the hardware chains. Also one from craft making/fabric store chains, hope that helps
JulianCesero: Where can I buy box of rubber grommet from protank?
dunksandblazers1: Just wondering where you got the cone shaped pliers you used in this video? Great work! Thank you.
Mike S: This is the pinnacle of YouTube instruction videos. Thank you for teaching two key things: How to make a proper YouTube video, and how rebuild this system. Again, thank you.
MrJavier0103: i started rewicking my protank heads and i love it then i started using 400 ss mesh to extend the life of the heads but i kinda have a weird flavor at times but it goes away is it because i didn't soak it in water for a few hours and i didn't dry burn it? i went through the oxidation process so i figured i wouldn't have to dry burn but if you know please answer
mindfrac: I use cotton wicks instead of silicon. the taste is heaps better
Katatawnic: Wow, you made it look a lot easier than I expected rebuilding to be! QUESTIONS: Which mm wicks did you use for each part? What would I do differently to acheive 2.8-3.0 ohms? (I am 100% stupid when it comes to rebuilding. lol)
yrrocks1: 'Got the wicking & wire from ya (very nice, thank you!)...and the meter from madvapes. But we prefer 2.5 ohms rather than 2.0...so we went with 8 wraps instead of 6 to get the 2.5 resistance. WHOA - it seriously altered the taste of our juices (some for the better, some for the worse). All our other gear is 2.5 and there's no substantial difference in taste. What do you suggest we use (and how many wraps) to achieve 2.5 resistance? T
Ryan R: Just saw it, sorry
Ryan R: Where did you get your ohm checker from?
kcassil1: GREAT VIDEO!!! Thanks for making it. I'm going to take a stab at it. Thanks for the links to buy what you used. Is there a way to use a cotton wick, would that be less caustic than silica? I just discovered the EVOD! Love it! Only wish it was longer n could hold more juice. More vaping time less filling time.
Kristian Liwag: Yea is torching the kanthal prior to coiling going to give the same results (if I dry burn the head after coiling and wicking)?
NguyenVanThock2185: I think I've been buying silica and wire from you on ebay. Good video.
mikeos: I tried this with some wick and a bit of coil the guy at my local ecig shop gave me. Massive fail. Tasted disgusting, so I must have messed up. I think it was the dry burn. Every time I've ever tried dry burning it always seems to make the taste worst. Great video though, but I think I'll just stick to buying a 5 pack of replacement heads for my evod!
TheDarkAlmasy: Great video, really appreciate the video tutorials because I recently bought an EVOD at a brick and mortar, along with a pack of replacement heads, and so far the heads all seem to be duds, the stock head it came with started burning out in 2 or 3 days, and none of the replacements have been fairing any better. So hopefully with a bit of practice I'll be able to save some money and ending up with better performing heads.
Snaredrummmer88: Let me know how the mesh setup goes for you. If you need some, I have some for sale on amazon. Just look up #400 Stainless steel mesh, Seller:Sean Hanson
fedxman30: Thanks for the vid bro. I use EVOD heads in my Tatroe and Protanks and I'm starting to rebuild them with 400 SS to use on my mech mod. I also purchased some 32g wire from you a couple of weeks ago off of eBay. Thanks for the quick shipping!