There has been an unreasonable level of hysteria concerning brass in atomizers. Brass isn't really the issue, as many high end atomizers and mods make use of "naval" brass, or brass that contains no lead. The issue is in clones manufactured in china, that make use of normal (leaded) brass.
The problem is that Chinese brass may or may not contain up to 2% lead. When brass is machined, it heats up, and as it heats up, the lead escapes to the surface of the brass, where it gets
Updated 01-29-2014 at 07:35 AM by PLANofMAN
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Updated 02-14-2014 at 09:04 AM by PLANofMAN
There are many High End Mods (HEM) and high end atomizers out there, and like most luxury items, they get copied. These copies range from copies, clones (1:1 replicas) to outright counterfeits, complete with logos, engravings, and randomized serial numbers. In a few cases, the clones are superior to the product they copy.
Lets talk about ethics:
Originally Posted by imeothanasis
I was talking to Greek seller yesterday and he asked me why China doesnt clone China products.