inwoodjim: i keep getting 1.2 ohms... what am i doing wrong?
supershark 9k: So this is the tank to buy from what I have seen. How's the stock coil
setup does it do the job or would it be better just to build one from the
get go. Also any leaks with this one or is it a solid unit.
TheMexicanTech: is it necesary to torch it ?
Drew A: Have you done this build on a Kanger Aero Tank?
MathiasKippen: Can I just use any normal cotton?
Bruce Garner: and now they offer a stainless steel replacement tank.
MurderCrowAwdio: If I have one where the outer filler inside is all brown and nasty, can I
replace it with something? Would like to refit all my spent ones.
Alex Berry: Anybody know how this build compares to the new BVC coils with ceramic
customlumina: is it possible to make a twisted micro coil for this tank?
Interestedsomewhat: Coolio man thanks, I was sorely displeased that the coils didn't even last
an entire day. Now there is hope. Have you ever rebuilt or tried on an
iClear 16 or is it to microscopic?? :^D
roxz0rzboxz0rz: 30 gauge will work just fine right? never did a micro coil but im getting
tired of buying the tank coils for my nautilus lol
Andrezzi: 28 gauge is 0.32 mm. What a 5.64 drill bit is 5.64 mm ?
Andy Lantka: i have horrible arthritis, can't work, and can't get good flavor out of my
nautilus, can you make me a few ?
crackerworld: Any european numbers about the wire thickness(also I didn't catch the
material of the wire :P), the drill bit should be 2mm from the
convertion(if I'm right)
Leonard Ashcroft: I just built my first coil with this tutorial. 1.6 ohms. Flavor and vape
production much better. Thanks, Rip!
Kyle Elbaz: Did he say 28 inch Kanthal? I can't understand his accent.
Kevin Hanning: First attempt went crazy as I didn't have the new out of the box coils. the
"filler" and "notched material" came right out in my hand. Took a few
attempts to get them to "set" in the cart properly using a clamp to wrap
the filler tight enough to fit back in. HINT: there's a machined area where
the filler should fit back to it's designed inside diameter and you have to
fold the notched ring twice to insert it in the filler. If done correctly
it will "snap" back to its original shape after a few seconds. Used notched
material and filler are waaaay harder to see but with a small light, you
can fit the rebuild back in fairly easier. When building the coil as in the
vid, the cotton is too thick, as in my first attempt to build the coil.
Second attempt with less thickness went much smoother and only about 2
minutes to perform the entire procedure. Vapor filled the room and smiles
were on every face! only 1.4 Ohms but desired vapor! Absolutely phenomenal
tutorial +RipTrippers !!!!!
Rob White: I messed up the filler and cup inside the coil head. So I took it out,
examined it and put it back in through the post hole. No problems at all.
Did a micro coil in it, same way as you did, after 10 hits that cotton
broke in and started hitting like a freight train!
Pam Stacy: Can I use 32 guage Kanthal for this build?
Shane Carter: I did exactly as this video shows and I am getting a really nasty taste. I
got a suggestion that the cups might be dirty and what is causing the
taste. On a used one, how would I go about cleaning the cups to redo it?
JackstandJohnny: Im still confused. Where do the leads slide into EXACTLY? Does each lead go
through that "notch" RIP keeps referring to? Do they slide in between the
outer and inner wraos in the barrel and come out the other end? Ive only
got 1 coil for my Nautilus and I dont want to ruin it by trying this and
doing it incorrectly. RIPTRIPPERS I need your help on this one man, PLEASE!
Thanks in advance.
OriginalPenetrator: I live near some cotton fields I assume that should be pretty dang
What do you think?
crackerworld: if you do 9 wraps it would make it 1.8ohm? ..just wondering :D
HussFXgaming: can you use any cotton ? (new to building)
Justin Jauss: I have a Vision Spinner II... do you think this coil will short it out?
kentuckygirl4574: I originally loved my nautilus but the coils have been a huge let down.
Nothing but trouble and a lot of burnt hits. Yuck! I ordered these
materials on Ebay and it should be here today. Can't wait to try a rebuild
and hopefully all goes well and I can enjoy my nautilus again seeing as I
have 3 of them. Wish me luck! I'll be back to let you know how it worked
out for me.
Bryant Lee: For those of you getting anything less than 1.5ohms with this setup, there
is probably a short, probably caused by excess juice in the coil area, blow
it out and it should read 1.5/1.6, basically, there isn't enough cotton in
Natan Moutinho: Please my friend, insert caption in this video! For at least I translate
the caption for Portuguese. hahaha ... big hug!
Charles Soler: i messed up... dont know how but i got the videos mixed up and bought 32
guage kanthal instead and ended up with a coil that reads 3.9 ohms... this
is not what i wanted.... it does work though at 6 volts =x.... how many
wraps would i have to do to get 1.0-1.2 ohms with 32 gauge kanthal?
Allie Starnes: I'm new to rebuilding and am wondering why this coil is better than stock.
I'm looking for an actual reason as to why it performed better, not reasons
why it is better. The Ohms were very similar, stock was 1.8 and rebuild was
1.6.. so why did the coil that he built produce more vapor and why does the
cotton improve flavor???
Alexander Landry: Hot damn. Now this really breathed some new life into my Nautilus. Gonna
make sure to build some more of these to have on hand as my "set and
forget" vape. <3
Erkut Gurun: If you want to do a dual coil build, how many ohms would be recommended and
would it work better with cotton or silica? How many wraps? And should
the diameter of the dual coil build for a single coil, be the same as a the
diameter of the single coil? (in other words, should you wrap it around
the same screwdriver for a dual build)?
ralph persico: Can the same atomizer head keep being rebuilt over and over again ?
Pollux Torres: Hey rip or if anybody know what kind of Material are the fillers please
help o post the links. I re build mine but im kinda concern about to change
the fillers too i think for my rebuild ones is a much need it. Thanks
adam setiawan: so, its single coil now, right?
Colton Fulmer: Does this work with the Nautilus mini tanks? Because aren't the heads on
Steven McDougall: I just bought one of these from a new Vaping shop half way along
Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow (Scotland) with a Smoktech SID , just awesome
vaping from this pairing
Louis Nicolet: Thanks man did it and it works so well
Travis Sturgill: thank you zoo mutch for doing this really helped me out no more aspire
coils for me thank you again
Tung Le: Great video, sir.
So can we rebuild the coil on Aspire Natilus mini as the same way? I'm
using the mini one because whenever I put the regular Natilus on my Vamo
v5, it shows SHORT-1.1 ohm.
Thanks again, sir.
Will Prentice: Were you using a BDC coil or a BVC?
Cranky Productions: I tried this build and got 1.3 the only thing i might have done different
would be 7 rolls vs your 8 .. used all the same wire gauge and using
cotton... any idea ??
James Smith: Whew! This is an awesome single coil rebuild. I wrapped 8 winds on a 2mm
drill bit with 28 AWG Kanthal. The initial resistance on the custom wrap
was ~1.8 - 1.9 ohms on the meter... So I pulled the leads just a hair
deeper (less than .5 mm) which resulted in a final resistance of 1.2-1.3
ohms. For me, the lower resistance seems to be an advantage compared to 1.6
Works like a charm. Fires quick for a good lung hit and the flavor is
enhanced 2-fold. No burnt hits, it just works!
My set up is a Nautilus Aspire tank on an iTaste MVP battery.
While I had it apart, I went ahead and tapped the largest variable air hole
to almost 2mm by hand.
Easy breathing, and much, much better than stock. Great vape clouds, and
great video, thanks for the tip! Keep up the great work! BTW, organic
cotton is the way to go!
Let me know what you guys think?
Joe Mills: Used this method to rebuild mine. 28g at 1.8 ohm. So far so good!.
Treddtruck: I rebuilt a day old cartridge(I guess you could call it) and it turned out
great. I followed your tutorial and it took a little breaking in for the
cotton but two days in and its performing like a champ. It read out to
1.4ohm as the drill bit was slightly smaller but at 13 watts its still a
nice, pretty cool vape on the 3rd biggest airflow hole. Flavor seems better
than the stock coil, and vapor production is the same, if not slightly
better. The hit is also not as dry and scratchy. I have never had it flood
or run dry. If you are looking for an above average on-the-go vape, this is
brian FamilyGhost: Thanks RiP, Worked great, getting around 1.9 on my ITaste SVD. Im running
at 4.2V / 8.5W. Do you run 4.7V / 14W all the time with the Nautilus ?
Erkut Gurun: What about the inner fibre linings.. how many rebuilds can a single
atomizer take before its totally trash? I mean the inner linings that Rip
tries not to touch are constant and unchanged.