V12 prince m4 coils. Good or bad?

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  1. T HUMCO 707

    T HUMCO 707 New Member

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    Ive had an awful experience with these personally. What is your take? And what are you running? (Juices,wattage,ohm’s,mods,etc.)
     
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    ChrisL VU Donator Silver Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I just bought a 3 pack of these to try. What issues were/are you having with them? I have been using the RBA bases on my Prince tanks, and if I can ever get them to stop leaking, the flavor and vapor production is awesome. I was hoping the mesh coils would be a good solution.
     
  3. biowar

    biowar New Member Reddit Exile

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    I have had some horrible times with those coils leaking, Until I found out about the contact wires protruding thru the rubber gasket on the bottom. Now when I get a new 3-5 pack the first thing I do is pull the silver contact plate off the bottom, cut the first wire you see flush, pull the o-ring and cut the second wire flush as well, put the o-ring back on making sure the little protrusions are lined up with slots and that you have one wire inside the ring and one out reinstall the bottom and no leaking. I cannot tell the watts on my prince tank, it is on a stick, however the flavor it good running fruity flavors pg 70/30 , your ohm are .17 for that coil and I am getting a good use time on it as well. It seems smok has horrible QA on their replacement coils
    there is a vid on fixing the leaking problem but for some reason it is not coming up or would post link
     
  4. Just Frank

    Just Frank Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    They work great for me. I only use them on stick mods tho. That's what they're made for. The first fill, I only go to the where the coil meets the chimney. Let it settle and cotton expand. After that they are good to go. I get weeks of use out of them if not over a month.
     

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