Anyone try the Aspire clearos/tanks yet?
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    Default Anyone try the Aspire clearos/tanks yet?

    Aspire BDC Cartomizers / Tanks

    pbusardo recently reviewed them and said they are like the best things ever. want to know if anyone has tried these puppies yet
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    I ordered one on Thursday, the regular sized viv nova version. Was hoping it would get here today, but it's looking like Monday. I'll report back when I have it up and running.
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    I have two on order. I am curious as well.
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    ditto-two on order with replacement coils. hope pbusardo is right! if he is I hope they follow up soon with glass and some upgraded styling....and if he is right bye, bye protank, puritank, glassomizer, regular vivi, etc. NO MORE VAPE FOR YOU!*




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    Are these Glass or Poly tanks?

    Glass would be awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BernieVideo View Post
    Are these Glass or Poly tanks?

    Glass would be awesome.
    poly not glass, yet(hopefully soon)
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    I'm a little worried about liking these too much. I've finally gotten to the point in my vaping that I'm no longer reliant on buying new heads/cartos. I use a cotton micro coil in my protanks and drippers, and an ekowool hybrid in my Magoo. Ive been paranoid about the FDA banning online sales, and living in South Dakota, I don't think any good B&Ms will pop up anytime soon, so I wanted to be able to do everything on my own if that day came. If I do like these aspires, I hope someone figures out how to rebuild them! Looks like it'll be tricky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdotsd View Post
    I'm a little worried about liking these too much. I've finally gotten to the point in my vaping that I'm no longer reliant on buying new heads/cartos. I use a cotton micro coil in my protanks and drippers, and an ekowool hybrid in my Magoo. Ive been paranoid about the FDA banning online sales, and living in South Dakota, I don't think any good B&Ms will pop up anytime soon, so I wanted to be able to do everything on my own if that day came. If I do like these aspires, I hope someone figures out how to rebuild them! Looks like it'll be tricky.
    don't worry, if there is one thing I've learned reading this forum- if someone can build it someone can re-build it! videos to follow......
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterforpats View Post
    don't worry, if there is one thing I've learned reading this forum- if someone can build it someone can re-build it! videos to follow......
    Yeah, thats what I'm thinking. And they usually make it much better than the original coil setups! I hated my protanks until I started using the cotton ball wicks and microcoils. I've got a little experience with NR/R/NR from the Magoo and Terminator, so maybe this won't be too bad. That rubber "sheath" on the NR wires in the Aspire head might not be needed; seems like that fact that the wires are NR would be enough. Can't wait to see some videos from all you coil experts out there!
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    I tried the Aspire tank yesterday while at a shop in NJ. It was dual coil lr @ 11 watts. Have to say I was really impressed with the performance. The owner was rationing out the tanks and heads so everyone could get a chance to get to try it. I decided to wait till there is a higher quantity available. They seem to wick very well though at high power and are chain-vape friendly
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