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Can I use a box mod with a THC oil cartridge?

Alegre
Pobre payaso
  • Mar 31, 2018
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  • I’m not sure if this is the right place for this question but I don’t know where else to put it.

    My son got me a couple of thc oil cartridges (thick oil) that he uses with a screw in type battery. I don’t own such battery but I do have a evic vtwo mini (thanks @hippogriff ) and was wondering if I could use it or do I need to buy the same battery my son is using?

    If I can, what watts or volts should I use? I’m very new to mod boxes and oil carts so any advise/comment is welcome.

    just_the_flu
    they say im crazy but i have a good time
    • Mar 31, 2018
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  • mixchu69
    Well-Known Member
    • Mar 31, 2018
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  • Cemmos
    Well-Known Member
    • Mar 31, 2018
  • #4
  • I prefer using a pen battery, they just hit so much better than mods do. I suppose it depends on what cart you’re using, but the ones I get don’t have any airflow unless the vape does. Mods generally don’t, since the airflow is built into the tank you put on it.

    But yeah, you can use a mod. You might need to slightly untwist it if the airflow thing is the same in your case. Start at really low wattage like recommended above.

    I bought a pen specifically for THC oil. Well worth it, imo. $30

    for the Vision Spinner II and I use it on the lowest voltage (3.3v).

    Alegre
    Pobre payaso
    • Mar 31, 2018
  • #5
  • Thank you guys for the replies!

    @Cemmos I took your advise and picked up a vision spinner II for 14 bucks and a charger for 4.

    It looks like its going to be way easier to get started with the spinner. Can’t wait for it to charge and be ready for tonight!

    Hi guys! I'm not sure if this is the right place for this question but I don't know where else to put it. My son got me a couple of thc oil cartridges…

    Variable Voltage vs. Variable Wattage in Vape Pens

    The Formula for Resistance

    power = volts ² /ohms

    Or the amount of volts squared, then divided by the amount of ohms equates to the power. If you don’t know the ohms of your coil and your vape pen doesn’t have an ohm gauge, you can use an ohm tester that feature docking stations for vape cartridges as well as readings for wax pen batteries. Since there are notable differences between e-cigs and vape pens, you just want to make sure that your choice of tester is compatible with your device. Voltage and wattage pretty much go hand-in-hand so that if you adjust voltage, the wattage will change accordingly. However, variable voltage and variable wattage are not the same thing.

    The vast world of vaping can be pretty daunting regardless of whether you’re using e-cigs for juice or wax pens for cannabis concentrates. There are some pretty large differences between e-cigs and vape pens designed for concentrates but one similar, yet seemingly complex concept the devices share is variable voltage ( ]]>