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    Default What is your favorite atty?

    I will soon be receiving an IPro and was wondering what everybody was using with their Notcig mod.
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    Ok, I admit I am lost without Ikenvape. I have no idea what else to try.
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    Avidvapor cisco spec 306 (510 connector). Don't forget to also get a 306 dt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markfm View Post
    Avidvapor cisco spec 306 (510 connector). Don't forget to also get a 306 dt.
    Will they work with Empire Mods drip shields? What ohm do you recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by caged View Post
    Will they work with Empire Mods drip tips?
    Nope. But you can get a 306 to 510 drip tip adapter at avid vaper. Then they'll take any 510/901 drip tip you prefer.

    As to attys: I am pretty fond of the Cisco Spec 306, but I've really gotten hooked on the hh.357. I personally prefer the 2.0 ohm and I run it around ~4.3 or 4.4v.
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    Quote Originally Posted by six View Post
    Nope. But you can get a 306 to 510 drip tip adapter at avid vaper. Then they'll take any 510/901 drip tip you prefer.

    As to attys: I am pretty fond of the Cisco Spec 306, but I've really gotten hooked on the hh.357. I personally prefer the 2.0 ohm and I run it around ~4.3 or 4.4v.
    I meant drip shield......
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    Quote Originally Posted by caged View Post
    I meant drip shield......
    Yes. If you have an XL 306 drip tip, drip shields are fine. -- So, if you get Cisco 306's, the best deal is the two 306 atty + drip shield (and choose the XL one) for $19.99 if you don't already have a 306 XL Drip tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by six View Post
    Yes. If you have an XL 306 drip tip, drip shields are fine. -- So, if you get Cisco 306's, the best deal is the two 306 atty + drip shield (and choose the XL one) for $19.99 if you don't already have a 306 XL Drip tip.
    Thank you. Do you recommend 2.5 or 3 ohm?
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    If you are okay with a maximum of 10W at 5.5V, 3 ohm is good, will likely give slightly better run time than 2.5. If you want to be able to go to 12W at 5.5V, use 2.5 ohm.
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    I have no idea what wattage I want to vape at
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