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    ! just took the center pin and bottom insulator off a spare Griffin & used 2 of the Griffin center pin nuts,then wraped a 5/4 coil and fired her up works great and no more wobble in the center pin. The center pin on the Griffin is longer and fits up into the drip tip but dosnt touch the sides. I am hoping this will fix the wobble problem, its vaping like a champ at the moment.
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    What makes the flavor better than griffin ? As far as I can tell everything is the same other than maybe the material it is made of, so do you think the material is affecting the taste ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asd View Post
    What makes the flavor better than griffin ? As far as I can tell everything is the same other than maybe the material it is made of, so do you think the material is affecting the taste ?
    When I say the taste is better - it isn't like night and day. I think the flavor is a bit more truer to the juice; but that's just me.

    It could also simply be the wicking set-up of this one. Or perhaps the larger area in the cap...

    The Genesis style atomizers are a bit of a different animal when it comes to flavor - sometimes when comparing to my favorite clearomizer, the Kanger T2, I think they are definitely better; then other times I prefer the Kangers... It's very subjective.

    The jury is still out as to whether the Genesis will be my goto device or not. Not enough testing to be conclusive.

    I do think that the AGA has some pluses as compared to the Griffin, though - seems to hold a bit more, the larger size makes coiling a bit easier and is made of better materials(ss). Then on the minus side, it has a small center post (wobbly), will not take clear tanks (yet!) and is quite a bit heavier. I seriously doubt it would be something I would take out and about, or to work.
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    Yay just bought my AGA Hydra last night after work!!! Can't wait for it to get here
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    got one too hope it works well!

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    I'm hoping to try a dual wick setup in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swarley View Post
    I'm hoping to try a dual wick setup in it
    Dont know about dual wicks but i can tell you a single wick with a 5/4 wrap with 30 awg A1 kanthal and 400 ss mesh is produceing massive clouds of vapor.I got the Hydra last friday and love it.I cant wait for my next pay day, gonna get two more you have to fiddle with it a bit to get it dialed in but it is well worth it. Good luck with yours and please let us know how the dual wicks work out for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pounder View Post
    Dont know about dual wicks but i can tell you a single wick with a 5/4 wrap with 30 awg A1 kanthal and 400 ss mesh is produceing massive clouds of vapor.I got the Hydra last friday and love it.I cant wait for my next pay day, gonna get two more you have to fiddle with it a bit to get it dialed in but it is well worth it. Good luck with yours and please let us know how the dual wicks work out for you.
    Im hoping that the fill hole screw is close enough to the "other ignore post" and when I yank that puppy out I can do a dual wick Not sure if they are close enough though. If not could maybe drill it closer if it's not to far. Would have to make another fill hole if it worked anyway
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    Does the tank part screw on top and bottom or is it just held by the o-rings relying on the center positive post to hold it all together.
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    Hey Eric will this the Hydra, Drip Tip for 510 - Anodized Whistle Tip - Silver
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