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In search of a tank that isnt crap

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by , 02-28-2014 at 03:13 PM (193 Views)
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Wow this community is great! K702 got my rig hitting like a champ. I think I will still order a Aspire Nautilus and IBtanks Carto rig. Upon further poking around they seem to be the top hot thing right now in their respective markets. good recommends guys!
Protanks were the hot thing until the Aspire came out. Now I see many threads where people are having issues with their Aspires.

Pretty much every issue you are having with your clearo is solvable with a little knowledge and a little patience. If you simply buy another clearo, and then have issues with it, what then? You can't just keep throwing money at the issue.

I'd highly suggest just doing a search right here on the forum for your issue. There are literally hundreds of protank threads that describe how to fix a gurgling tank. Most of them involve nothing more than a simple adjustment to either the wick, the coil head or your way of using and vaping it.

Stick at it, I know it can be frustrating, but just replacing something that is not working for you is not really a sustainable strategy (unless you get lucky I suppose)
Just to point out what has been said in many a YouTube video (from the wise older guys), this is actually a new industry. This is very new technology, as opposed to upgrading cars, and do you remember those old not so smart phones? Blackberry was king at the time.

As the industry flourishes (provided the powers that be leave it to its natural evolution), these clearomizers will develop into top notch products. As well as the tanks, mods, batteries (even the 808's are progressing, though I personally believe Halo is leading the pack, and being that smart company looking to the capitalistic future , making their stuff with somewhat planned obsolescence and rather proprietary hardware).

My own g6 mini tanks have continued to flourish, even after some rough handling from a newb, and some infantile cleaning methods. I did lose one out of fourteen due to rough handling (it developed small cracks along the top, in hind sight, shoulda kept the tip when through the whole thing out). I like many clearos, since I have several flavors going at once, and some on the side for cleaning purposes.

Today's favorites, while waiting for more vape mail, voodoo from Halo, Bavarian Creme from Mt. Baker Vapor, and a half/half mix of tiki juice with Turkish tobacco (my own recipe using Halo to make a 6mg ejuice).