This isn't a post to bag on Notcigs or the Buzz Pro but, I have to report back on my recent experiences.
I have been enjoying and using my green buzz pro for about a month now. My curiosity and dilemma started after I bought my wife a BP.
The issues vs my wifes BP:
1. softer/squishier button feel and response
2. less impressive vaping and inconsistent hits
After removing my top cap I couldn't help but notice how loose the top screw was.
And, the button was slightly broken from its initial adhesive.
To correct these issues I manipulated the pcb board into a slightly better position, superglued the button into the perfect triggering position, and tightened up the top cap screw (left a slight amount of play on the bottom of the top cap wire screw to allow the wire to rotate).
Button effectiveness was good before and without issue but now that it is better secured and free of the walls it has a firmer feel and more solid "click".
Tightening the top screw resulted in a stronger vape.... I cant help but think the loose connection was impacting the circuitry's ability to produce a good vape.
I'm now happier with the performance of my buzz and I'm vaping on a 3 ohm carto below the yellow mark. (before I was half way between the yellow and red mark.)
I don't believe this was an issue of assembly or quality control. I think it was more likely just preventative maintenance. The screw holding the wire to the top cap had worked loose over time and it's very possible that I had jammed the button breaking it loose from it's adhesive.