I decided to make a thread dedicated to this atomizer because I am pretty sure it will be both popular and there will be a lot of questions I might not be able to answer as I am a newbie to rebuildables and others can help us all with this new cool stuff!
So, with that said and because they are IN STOCK and not "weeks away".. I give you...
The Griffin Rebuildable Atomizer Tank
New! Finally an affordable rebuildable atomizer with a tank system holding up to 4-5ml
Not generally for beginners unless you want to get your feet wet with an easily rebuilable atomizer. Even if you don't this is a great item to have to test liquids or get the best vape possible, easy to clean the parts or remove them entirely. This items come ready to vape so even if you have no plans to rebuild this is a nice addition to your vape collection.
Made with Stainless steel and plated Copper/Brass (not sure which yet, I will scrape one soon to find out). All parts are plated so there is no worry about copper or brass contacting your eLiquid.
Can be disassembled and put back together in minutes, very easy to clean, use and rebuild.
16mm Overall Diameter
53mm Overall Length assembled (without drip tip)
1 fully built Griffin (using ss mesh)
1 spare roll of coil
1 Nice metal drip tip
1 "Gift" tin
Please note, as this comes in a tin and it is not really packed all that well it will rattle around a bit. I do not want to deprive you of the tin it comes in as it can come in handy to store parts for your Griffin (extra parts coming soon) Also, due to the rebuildable nature of this item, there are no refunds unless there is a defective part ie, a screw is bad or something similar. Vape quality with the included starter mesh and coil is not warrantied as it is fully customizable.
whoa! Just got this did "clone", just filled just vaped it.. very very nice. Although I recommend a good cleaning with filtered tap water or alcohol as this comes preassembled and of course first vape doesn't mean anything as this is intended for your rebuilding pleasure not a throw away vape, so if the vape is not to your liking out of the box, modify it. But me.. I like it as is
Very happy to have this on board at DV
Ok now on to some pictures of the item and disassembly to get an idea of how it works.
To disassemble first remove the cone.
Next unscrew the tiny screw with the included l Wench, unscrew the one the coil is connected to, you do not need to remove the other screw (it's the fill hole)
in the picture below I have taken the screw of and you can see the empty hole with the coil laying around the empty hole.
Now unscrew the top screw, this is where the other side of the coil connects, once unscrewed the coil is free to be removed from the stem.
Next carefully slide out the mesh
Unscrew the next screw
Continue with the third screw
Now you can push the center post down out the bottom
Once the stem is out you can take off the top by unscrewing it from the internal support pin
You can see the support pin inside
Next pull off the tank
Unscrew the support pin from the base
That's it, you have now dissembled the Griffin and it can be cleaned and rebuilt the same way reversing the steps.
BEFORE ANYONE ASKS
1. Yes I am getting mesh for the Griffin
2. Yes I am getting coils for the Griffin
3. Yes I am getting replacement parts for the Griffin
4. Yes I am getting clear and or colored tanks for the Griffin if I can get them
Oh and Griffin is a name I gave it while talking with LD on skype one day it's basically like a Pheonix on steroids so I figured I'd give it a related mythical name. let's hope it sticks because it's a much better name than "did clone" If you talk about it on other forums, feel free to call it the Griffin