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    Mark,

    These Cisco 306s are great. Thanks.

    Are the HH357s that much better?
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    No idea, mwa pointed me to the Cisco 306. I'm really just waiting for IkenVape to reopen, get more io6 (i use io6 2.5 ohm on vvpv, need lr for a bottom feeder)
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    Why do you need LR for a bottom feeder? Isn't the VVPV technically a top feeder?
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    Multiple pv

    2.5 io6 is on the vvpv top feeder. Top notch for flavor.

    1.5 Cisco 306 is on a new 18650 bottom feed that I just won recently. Huge capacity, fits nicely at work.

    2.5 fusion cartos and m1a1 tank on the buzz pro (rugged, high performance, more convenient than a box when working with tools)
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    How long do these Cisco 306s take to break in? When I first got these yesterday, the flavor wasn't very detailed but the throat hit was amazing. Now the hit is dying and flavor still isn't there (might actually be a bit weaker).
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    I was happy within about 24 hours. Mine stays really soaked in the bottom feeder, if it's not gurgling a little I add more eliquid. In another active thread someone mentioned trying a drip shield to let you really soak the atty if there's any chance it's getting even slightly dry; the bottom feeder has a massive cup, and the 306 adapter fits well, so it's a non-issue for me.

    On the vvpv, with IO6, I pump the button once every 2 inhales, more or less. I should probably look at a drip shield for that, but have been pretty happy with the setup.
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    I've been waiting for an excuse to get an Empire drip shield or two, but have been worried about the airflow restriction. Unlike most, I like an airy draw I can sip slowly on for great taste, warmth, and vapor. Attys like the i06 and Cisco 306s are tighter than I like. Ikenvape's 510s are OK. Have not tried the Avid 510 yet.
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