Posted on June 15, 2018February 12, 2020 by Madison 👑 — 19 CommentsSai Quick Start Guide Post navigationPrevious post: Saionara GuideNext post: Sai Top Airflow Guide 19 thoughts on “Sai Quick Start Guide” Paul January 21, 2019 Can anybody offer any tips/advice on the reasoning, methods and differences between power and temperature modes? I’m lucky if I can operate the thing to switch modes, much less knowing what is going on when I do. Tks… Log in to Reply Vic February 16, 2019 Using Temp Mode regulates the power for you. In wattage mode you are just heating your coil and making it red hot. Temp Mode will regulate the temp of the coil for you, not let it fire red hot all the time. Temp Protection means your coil is at the temp, and it is being protected from overheating. Log in to Reply Rogelio Ocano March 8, 2019 I’m having a slight issue with the triple coil. I set it to ti, 25w and 400 but it doesn’t heat up enough to vaporizer product. I need to turn it up a bit more to get any smoke. Log in to Reply Vic March 11, 2019 Go up 20° at a time, until you are getting good vapor. There is no one proper setting for these as all mods are different. My settings are a good starting point. Log in to Reply Rogelio Ocano March 12, 2019 I’m trying that with the titanium bucket and top airflow I just received. Same issue. Starting from 400, I’m up to 560 and still barely any smoke. Log in to Reply Vic March 12, 2019 Make sure you have the air flow open. Log in to Reply Larry Hines March 18, 2019 When replacing the ceramic donut how do I get back NI mode ? Log in to Reply Vic March 23, 2019 Three clicks of the big button lets you change the modes. Log in to Reply Jerry April 14, 2019 Tried my Sai on a new Joyetech Ultex T80. Works briefly before triggering “atomizer low” (below 0.05 ohm in this case). Meanwhile, same TC settings on my other mods works just fine. Any suggestions? I like the ergonomics of the Ultex, but I’m about to send it back, I only intended to use it with my Sai. Log in to Reply Nik April 26, 2019 why can’t I use the ceramic donut on an EZ Sai? Log in to Reply Vic April 27, 2019 Because it is not programmed to run ceramic coils. Log in to Reply Denise Jennings June 10, 2019 I recently purchased an ez Sai and also a box mod. Am I correct that I cannot use the atomizer on the ez Sai with a box mod, that I would have to purchase a separate atomizer to work with my Pico 75w? Log in to Reply Vic June 10, 2019 They are interchangeable. Log in to Reply Dharma June 19, 2019 Hi they told me at the store that ceramic donut will work with the EZ SAI (Crossings). I noticed amsg in this thread saying something about it not being “programmed” for ceramic? Why do they make ceramic could then? Is there any kind of instruction/owners manual? Nothing came in the box and I can’t find any info on the website. Thank you so much! Log in to Reply Vic June 19, 2019 I will have to get my girls to write one up soon. We have 20+ coils available for the Sai, they all work on a Mod. The EZ Sai was made to work with the two most popular coils. It is a beginner level device, anyone can use. Plus, it’s cheap If you want to run all of the coils, you just need to put it on a regular Mod. Log in to Reply jleviner91 July 25, 2019 Can you not use the black ceramic wrapped Kanthal and Ti on the EZSAI? The start up guides recommend wattages and temps that the ez mod batt runs. I’m just curious about the black ceramic but do not have the time to learn a box mod. Make a EZSai that runs buckets please, I would pay up! Log in to Reply Vic August 8, 2019 The Kanthal coils only work on the top wattage setting on the Ez Sai. Log in to Reply Jonathan July 26, 2019 I ordered the oil barrel coil off the website and I cant find a coil by that name anywhere else it looks like or is the miracle b. Says it wattage but I emailed them and they told me it was tc Log in to Reply Vic August 8, 2019 Miracle coils run at 7-12w. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.