How to use the TAF SAI and Eleaf Pico

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How to use the Sai

How to use your new Saionara and Pico Combo

 

If you’re new to using a Saionara and Pico combo, no worries! We’ve got you covered with some easy instructions to get you started! 

Sai TAF

Wattage Mode

Start by removing the top cap of your atomizer and then install your coil if it’s not arrived pre-installed or if you’d like to use a different one. Set your preferred wattage on your box mod. Your wattage should be somewhere within the recommended wattage for your coil. You can find this information on the coil’s listing on our site if you purchased from us or you can check the coil settings list below. Once you’ve set your wattage you can load your concentrate into the coil. We recommend a grain of rice sized piece or smaller. A little will go a long way! Once you’ve loaded it, pop your top cap back on and you’re ready to take a drag. 3-5 second pulses on the fire button will give you the best results and keep your coils lasting for longer!

Sai Wattage Mode

Temperature Control Mode

You’ll start the same way, by removing the top cap of the atomizer and installing your coil but this time you’ll power the Pico off and select your TCR mode and set the proper TCR value. Your TCR value for your coil can be found on the coil listing if you purchased your coil from us. You can also check the settings list below. Once you’ve set it, power your Pico on with the atomizer attached and lock the resistance. You can do this by pressing power and Temperature Up on the Pico. This is an important step so make sure you lock your resistance every single time you change or remove the coil. From here, set your desired wattage and temperature and then load your concentrate into the coil. You should use a grain-of-rice-sized amount or smaller. Pop your top cap back on and you’re ready to drag. 3-5 second pulses on the fire button will give you the best results and keep your coils lasting longer! 

Sai Power Button

Coil Settings

TAF SAI COILS

Titanium Bucket Coil (default in Sai TAF): Wattage mode - 10W-15W Temp Control mode 375F-450F- TCR 166, 35W, Resistance should read around Ω: 0.68

Quartz Bucket Coil: Wattage mode - 10W-15W Temp Control mode- 375F-450F - TCR 200, 35W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.55 

Sai Coils

STANDARD COILS

Black Ceramic Kanthal Coil (default included with Sai): 10W-18W

Saionara Miracle A Coil: 7W-14W (lower power + pulses recommended for coil longevity)

Saionara Ceramic Donut Coil: 7W-14W (lower power + pulses recommended for coil longevity) (Can set into Temp Control via Nickel TCR) Temp control settings: 340F-380F, 27W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.7-0.8

Saionara Crushed Clapton Coil: 10W-20W (Can set into Temp Control via Stainless Steel TCR) Temp control settings: 320F-400F, 22W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.27-0.33

Saionara Black Ceramic Stainless Steel Coil: 8W-15W (Can set into Temp Control via Stainless Steel TCR) Temp control settings: 350F-400F, 21W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.29-0.3

Saionara Quartz Stainless Steel Coil: 8W-15W (Can set into Temp Control via Stainless Steel TCR) (same coil as above, different wick) Temp control settings: 350F-400F, 21W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.29-0.3

Saionara Quartz Dual Titanium Coil: 8W-15W (Can set into Temp Control via Titanium TCR) Temp control settings: 350F-400F, 24W, Resistance approx. Ω: 0.4-0.5


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