ok, sorry but I’m curious as to what most of you guys are running it terms of wattage on your coils. So many factors come into play here. A. Mech mod or regulated Mech mods aren’t controlled wattage you’re basically gunna get whatever your battery is putting out to the coils and I’ve seen some coils get pushed well into the 100+ watt range Would those same coils be pushed at 100+ in a regulated mod? B. Material SS, Ni80, Kanthol to name the common ones. Do either have different tolerance on heat or wattage. I’ve noticed it seems Ni80 can run higher or hotter than SS. (While maintaining flavor that is) C. Resistance (ohms) Single coil .2-.35ish Dual coil .08-.15 (common) Obviously higher wattage on lower resistance is what you’re going to need to pump out clouds and smoke. D. Wraps Triple core, quad core, frame staple, Mohawk, single coil, width, diameter, a million and one possibilities out there with all the advanced coil wraps people are throwing down these days, are some used specifically for higher wattage and temperatures? Let’s get down to a scenario Regulated mod, RDA, .10 framed staple Alien coils Ni80 taste good from 70-95 watts but can they be pushed higher? How hard would you push them? Does it affect the coil life and safety? All valid questions I’m working with. I’ll admit being new to very low ohm coils with advanced wraps I just don’t know how hard to push it or stay safe in the 70-90 range. If I was running say a mech mod I wouldn’t have control over it and the same coils would be forced to push out 100+?? So whats the difference mech or regulated on the coils? I enjoy the cloud production and the advanced builds on RDAs and I guess could consider myself a cloud chaser. I’m thinking of picking up a mech mod. But having control over the wattage and output on the same RDA you put on a mech is a nice luxury. Also being able to play with temp control on the respective coils that accept it is nice to. Anywho, sorry for the long post and newb questions just seeing what some of you more seasoned veterans use in terms of wattage or coil preference.