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Tanks for use on eLeaf iJust 2

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    Registered Users Posts: 2,676 ✭✭✭ irishproduce


    Hi guys,

    Have done a bit of searching online but am not sure - sorry - hopefully just a quick answer here will set me on my way.
    I move around this forum a bit but just want to be sure.

    I have an iJust 2 unit but looking at coils online, I see loads of other tanks by eleaf.

    Am I ok to stick one of them on if I buy it, attach to the battery part of my iJust2 and away I go? Will it work?

    Is there something I should look out for/ best option in the market for cloud?

    I bought iJust 2 because of the cloud it generates when I was watching online. But now I am wondering can I get a new attachment and enhance it, or not??

    Thanks!


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  • Hi guys,

    Have done a bit of searching online but am not sure - sorry - hopefully just a quick answer here will set me on my way.
    I move around this forum a bit but just want to be sure.

    I have an iJust 2 unit but looking at coils online, I see loads of other tanks by eleaf.

    Am I ok to stick one of them on if I buy it, attach to the battery part of my iJust2 and away I go? Will it work?

    Is there something I should look out for/ best option in the market for cloud?

    I bought iJust 2 because of the cloud it generates when I was watching online. But now I am wondering can I get a new attachment and enhance it, or not??

    Thanks!

    Is this the one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUrtOe8HaRM if it is,carry on reading...

    Never had an ijust2 but I looked at some videos about it,it will take any 22mm tank,going by the videos,it doesn't say how low of a resistance coil that it can use.
    I see it will go as low as 0.3ohm coil,to be safe,I would use any coil from a 0.3 & higher & it should work ok.


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