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Iíve been looking at this tank for awhile. I own the original (V1) Aerotank and itís hands-down my favorite tank. The original Aerotank has a nice smooth draw and produces a TON of vapor (honestly rivaling even my RBAs (but I like my ohms high)).
I have been using EVODs and T3Ds for my out-and-about tanks and was getting extremely frustrated with flooding issues that seems to be painfully common for these tanks. (Admittedly, everything's always fixed by blowing out the coils and
Updated 12-09-2014 at 07:54 PM by Quin
So, I was waiting to do this review... and I'll explain why through this review.
I want to note that this is my first RTA, but not my first RBA (I got an Igo-W first).
I clearly had not taken much thought into how big this tank was going to be in real life. I saw videos of it with batteries that I do not own.
This tank... is HUGE - Obviously, with a 5ml capacity. I took this out of the box and had to gawk at the monstrosity I had bought.
With the Igo-W
Updated 10-16-2014 at 04:45 AM by Quin
Finally stuck one of my rebuilt coils on my Aerotank.
It's 2.8ohms (I like my ohms high so this is perfect, and about how the genuine kanger (2.2ohm) coils were reading on my MVP (which were coming out to 2.7ohms)) with a 2mm braided silica (ekowool) wick and a cotton flavor wick. (decided to build these with silica for the main wick just because it seemed easier, and because I can just wrap the wire around the wick that way)
I am extremely satisfied with my results. ^_^
Updated 09-29-2014 at 01:11 AM by Quin
Finally got around to rebuilding some more Kanger coils.
Feel proud of myself.
Feel a little frustrated with the mechanics of it as well.
I guess if I had started here and not started rebuilding with the Igo-W, I would feel differently.... but having to take apart (then put back together) a coil head is not particularly my idea of a fun time... also concerned about the process of firing it without juice on it and possibly burning the damned rubber gasket.
So I'm sitting here trying to decide on a bottom-fed RTA to buy. I'm kinda stuck. It seems like everything has one of a couple problems...
Tight DrawPain to BuildPain to Fill
I've been looking at a ton of reviews for the Kayfun, Aqua, and Lemo... and their problems go in about that order, with Kayfun both having the downside of tighter draw and being a pain to fill (cus leaking).
I like nearly everything I read about the Lemo, but it requires a syringe
Updated 09-23-2014 at 10:30 PM by Quin