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    Default If you're deciding between Protank 2, Davide Glassomizer or Puritank,


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    I've heard a few folks describe the [xxxxxx] [edit -- meant to say puritank] as sort of a Protank 1.5. Removable drip tip but still glued glass. Your link seems to prove Protank 2 is the way to go right now.
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    You mean puritank mad


    started vaping December 21, 2012

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    the davide will come all the way apart and is sealed with o-rings
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    Yes, i meant puritank, sorry. I edited the post so it won't be confusing to anyone down the road. Thx.
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    I just received my mini Davide Glassomize yesterday from Discountvapers, and so far I prefer it to my mini Protank. The vape is basically the same, but the glassomizer looks better being all chrome, instead of having a gunmetal base. It is extremely easy to clean, since all the pieces come apart, and I can use my favorite dip tip. No sign of leakage. Since I use a needle nose bottle, I have no problems re-filling BUT, you do need a needle nose bottle or a syringe to fill since it has 4 filling holes instead of a large opening around the shaft like my protank mini. Also, it was just $11.99

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    +1 for Davide mini. Thorough hot soapy wash before first use recommended -- to eliminate rubbery taste

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    I just bought my second Pro Tank 2. I love how it screws together, and after a bit of tinkering with the wicks I am getting an amazing vape.

    Is the Davide pressure fit with the o-rings?
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    Nope. Davide screws together with a locking center post. No glue either

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    I don't like how small the 2 holes are they gave us to refill the regular size davide. I think I'd rather they compromised stregnth and made them slightly bigger.
    If you use a dropper bottle, it can be filled slowly even with %100 VG. I also figured out to stick the dropper tip tight to the hole and inject quicker like that with little overflow. I'm switching to all glass bottles though which can barely be slowly poured straight from the bottle into a protank 1 without filling slots.

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