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    I just got my 801 manual parts from RMV. A great deal with the usb charger. It has a cartridge that protrudes way down into the atty. That is a high bridge?

    btw It's great!

    But because I didn't get it in a kit there are no instructions.I went to e smokey treats to see if they have the 801 carts. They do and It says the blank ones have the 'core' is that the material?

    esmokey treats has carts for $2.50 for the blank ones. I think this is a great deal. Plus separate batteries and attys for 9.99 and 7.99.
    They also have a universal charger for 11.99.




    I have not had a problem with this leaking. I do have to drip onto the atty at times. I hope this is fine.

    If someone could post a pic of a high low bridge? I'm just curious.

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    Default Which attys will work with my DSE801?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomzgreat View Post
    I've been smoking the Prodigy with a DSE801 Atty and haven't been satisfied. So I investigated on the forum and found that there were two types of Attys for the Dse801. Low bridge and high bridge.

    Basically the Idiot manufacturers brought in the High bridge Atty which protrudes deeply into the cartridge but they didn't re-design cartridges to fit it. The High bridge compresses the foam at least 1/3 of the way in. Result lousy wicking.

    Based on the reports on this forum I went out and bought a joye302 low bridge atty from MyVaporStore.com. The difference in smoking in my Prodigy was night and day.

    High Bridge atty took maybe 3-4 drops liquid pooling on top. Low bridge atty 11 drops!!! Wicking is fantastic. Smoke went from very harsh to mellow. For some reason the High bridge burnt the foam the low bridge doesn't

    By the way I also have a package of BE-112 low bridge attys coming in from Bestecig.com which is highly rated on the forum.

    I just wanted to emphasize that if you have a high voltage machine using a DSE801 High Bridge Atty you are not getting the complete experience.

    One warning I just tried the 302 tonight, I don't have a track record on durability or how long it will last. I did find that it was easier flood than the high bridge.

    Will the BE-112 low bridge atty work with my DSE801 automatic? I'm finding out that I must have the high bridge atty because there is little to no throat hit and I am frustrated on my first day of use. I jut got this yesterday and I do not yet feel like I want to give up my analogs. I don't have that satisfied nicotine fix feeling when using my 801. Does this just take time, or do I need to use a better atty? Can anyone help the greenest noob here? I don't even know how to tell if I have a high bridge or a low bridge, that's how new I am! Thanks in advance.

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    My carts with the original filler have a problem with both low and high attys. I've been using Fluval now and fill the cart plus 1/8" with it. I then stuff the extra into the cart. There's enough spring in the Fluval that the filler ends up flush even with the high attys when I refill. Even with the added compression of the high bridge attys I'm sucking them dry. I can't do quite as well with the low bridge.
    Last edited by yknotagain; 10-25-2009 at 05:39 AM.

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    Default Newbie DSE801 question

    I have been using a 510 for the past three weeks, and just ordered an 801 from Heavens gifts a few days ago.
    Of course I am still waiting to receive the 801, my question is:
    I think I know what you mean when you say a high bridge, or a low bridge,
    but I'm not 100% positive.

    Does a low bridge mean the wick is down on the bottom of the atty?
    (and of course that would mean that the high bridge is up on the top)

    Is that correct?
    If it is, then it would seem that the (high)? bridge would be easier to drip on,
    is that correct also?

    I just would like to know how to be sure which atty I have when it does arrive.

    Also, if any of you also have a 510, which do you prefer, the 510, or the 801?

    Thanks.

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    There is the metal wire mesh "foam" inside the atty just above the heating coil that looks, well, like a foot bridge.

    With a high bridge style, that mesh comes up to a point about 1/3 the length of the atty while the low bridge is rounded and barely rises enough to see that is does rise up.

    I guess I could see how high bridge would be easier to drip but I've had no problems hitting the low bridge either. Both styles cover enough of the coil that you aren't very likely to drip right on it.

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    i have had both the 801 automatic and the 510 manual, and i prefer the 801

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    FYI: The 801 attys from Eastmall are low bridge AND 4-hole. There's a huge difference between them (best) and the original SLB high bridge (good) attys I have.

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    Update; I seem to be the exception but I found that the High Bridge attomizer works better for High Voltage Vaping.

    The BE-112 works better at 3.7v

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    High bridge, low bridge. I understand the relevance of that with carts. But I never use carts and always drip. Does it make any difference for drippers* like me?

    * [NOTE: That is "drippers like me" ... not "drips like me."]
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    Default 801 better than 510

    Quote Originally Posted by mycro View Post
    i have had both the 801 automatic and the 510 manual, and i prefer the 801
    You must be kidding - for me the 801 is like vaping air... the 510 (I have the Janty Dura C) rocks. The vaping experience makes up for the the poor battery life by 200%.

    P.S. I must admit that my 801 is marketed here as the NJOY NCIG - maybe the original 801 or RN4072 is better...

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