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 09:30 PM by Quin
I have a Nautilus Mini and it works really well for me . I have noticed extra juice in the BVC coils but once i turned the watts to 11 or volts to 5.0 i didn't have that problem. I think it was flooding it a little and turning the power up burns that extra liquid. In my opinion its the best clearomizer on the market right now I have used all of Kanger's stuff its OK, but not as good as Nautilus Mini.it is more maintenance though i have to clean it more and make sure the tank is screwed tight
Updated 09-23-2014 at 03:44 PM by williamclarkonet
Originally Posted by Alun Yerason
As a fairly newcomer to the vapeing scene I tend to come across a fairly narrow range of mods and tanks, drippets etc. and thus though i would share not only my insites on the scene from a "nub's" point of view but also as somebody who really has little to no experience but tends to know what he likes.
Now without further ado lets get on with the...
Maraxus V2 (DNA variant) review
This is a Table of Contents for my blogs. Click on the link for the subject of choice.
1. Proper Terminology: Is it a carto, a tank, or what? A Guide to Juice Delivery Devices
A picture dictionary with descriptions of clearomizers, nano's, drip atomizers, bottom feeding mods, cartomizers, cartotanks, and RBA's (rebuildable atomizers).
2. Vendor List of Pre-punched Cartomizers
Contains a large list of vendors who offer pre-punched cartomisers
Updated 09-27-2014 at 07:52 PM by Baditude