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#1 (permalink)      1/22/2014 12:26:21 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Aqua or Kayfun ?
going to buy one, cant decide which one. aqua has better vapor production does it not ?
#2 (permalink)      1/22/2014 1:26:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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All things considered...I would get an Aqua. I have 3 Aquas and 2 Kayfuns, 2 Lites, and 2- 91%'s.

Each has it's plus and minuses.

The Aqua hybrid to the Origin is a hard set up to beat.
" The next time you have a thought... let it go. " - Ron White
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aqua if you want vapor but less volume 2.5 mm dual coil
kayfun vapes as protank but cleanest vape and full flavor with volume around 5 mm

so your choice of need

quality here is very acceptable
also building them near the same way not too different style
#4 (permalink)      1/22/2014 3:11:07 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I find the aqua with it`s reduced liquid capacity combined with dual coils uses quite a lot of juice - which means significant more refills in comparison ~ if that`s an issue to you, something else you may want to take into consideration along with everything else.

The aqua was more fiddly to build and refill in my opinion.

(That said, I`d take a Taifun GT over both KF & aqua as it`s the easiest to refill)

So many points to consider before making your choice - but I think you need to test both yourself to make any kind of assessment - only you will know what you do, and do not like :)
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refilling isent an option, im just looking for flavor and vapor production, i guess vapor production would'nt be and issue i'd just have to higher my nic MG. hmm maybe ill just pick up an orgin and an aqua
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With regard to flavour & vapour production alone -

when setup with comparable builds, I personally don`t notice any significant difference between any of them.

All fill the room with lingering banks of smog :)

I don`t know if anyone else notices any difference ?
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Good thing about dual coil design is that you can make a big coil, because of the parallel circuit, the resistance of coil is reduced by half.

Now i have 6 wraps, 29 awg in my kayfun and it gives out 2 ohm. Yeah too much for mech, even with kick.1st coil on kayfun for me... On aqua its gonna be 1 ohm with 2 identical coils :)
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uMatej, great point :)

I've found with my builds that you can get more vapor with a smaller coil, but the surface area from larger coils gives better flavor (all other things being equal).

My first build on the Aqua was 0.4 ohms. It gave pretty good flavor and a lot of vapor, but was a bit hot due to the small chamber. My current build is a 0.6 ohm build which gives better flavor and only slightly less vapor :)

Chances are, I'll still change it next time I do a build to find the sweet spot.
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hmm thanks for all the replys, i was a bit tipsy when i was responding last night i didnt make alot of sense, what i meant was refilling alot isen't really a problem. im used to sub-ohm dripping so..what about airflow ? which one has the best? i like big airflow
#10 (permalink)      3/1/2014 6:17:26 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Kayfun with a kick is better. (2.8ohm microcoil at 10watts)Better vapor, tank capacity and battery life. the Aqua with the Origin is much smaller and better to take out. But its a close second... If your only getting one Id get the Kayfun. The flavor is better on the Origin IMO.
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They are almost the same to me, but it is weird because some juices taste good in the kayfun and not in the aqua and vice versa. The airflow to me is more open on the aqua compared to the kayfun lite (Russian 91%) with the AFC. I get more vapor production with the aqua. The kayfun holds more juice compared to the 3ml of the aqua.