Lower resistance coils produce more flavor, vapor and heat at a lower voltage than higher ohm coils because they use more watts. For example, if you have a 1.8ohm coil running on 3.7 volts you'll get an output of around 7.3 watts – a decent vape.
Common vaping temperatures are in the range of 200°C- 250°C / 392°F - 480°F, with the temperature usually set in increments of 5°C or 10°F. Because you can control the temperature of your coil on the Solice, it’s an easy task to dial-in that sweet spot for your favorite e-juice with relative ease.
The Solice device has a built-in safety feature that prevents battery overheating. It also has an ON/OFF function to prevent battery overheating and improper use that may result in battery overheating. For instance, if you don't recharge the battery properly you may cause the battery to overheat.
It could be spoiling the coils. Allowing the tank run dry or almost dry will leave the wick with insufficient e-juice to absorb. As a result, the vape tastes burnt. However, if you do notice that the e-liquid is not concealing the input holes on your coil, then continued vaping causes dry and burnt hits.
Crackling, hissing and hissing sounds are normal. However, there can be problems when the sounds stop or you start to hear a loud popping noise every time you inhale. This is normal because the increase in volume of nicotine creates a higher vapor content and the crackle sound is more pronounced.
When you do this, the wicks, which absorb the juice in the tank, will unavoidably cause the tank to overfill and a flooded tank is the outcome. As you pull on the device, you cause a vacuum effect that pulls liquid into the wicks. Pulling too hard results in more juice than the coil can vaporize.