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#11 (permalink)      11/11/2018 10:47:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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kutusov wrote:

So how do these work? I always build 2.5ID coils... too much cotton in these for such ID?


It'll work fine for 2.5mm coil. I have been trying this item for a week, my personal experience is its better for 2.5mm than 3mm. It's too loose and fluffy for 3mm. I like wicking in a 3mm a bit more dense and I find this too fluffy for that. It gives up and collapses a bit after a couple days and start your build spitting, going back to wicking 3mm builds with the pads. =)

I'll be in and out.
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my experience: too big for 3mm coils. perhaps it's 3.5mm. but my coils are tender MTL, perhaps other folks use super strong DTL ones. Still i'd expect this cotton will dismantle any 3mm coil.
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works good for 3mm the best way is to hold one end and spin it as you go in (heh) but as I gets going release the spin so it goes strait for the rest of the pull if you use loose wire(MTL/Superfine) hold the edge of the closest coil to the direction your pulling from.

for 2.5mm you will have to trim off a little just grab a small bit and trim it at the aglets* on either side.
*Aglet is the name of the little plastic tubes at the end.

I still prefer Cotton baccon prime or just v2 (Prime lasts lil longer and wicks quicker) but in a pinch or when your low on time or for setups that you use sweet juice and wick every 2-3 days these work perfect! esp for single coil and you can get 2 uses out of each one for most single coils! I keep my trims for my small single coils. IE When I run it through a dual coil like the Aequitas and I trim the end I keep that end for like the Pulse, wasp, recurve nudge etc.