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    Default Smok epipe?

    Does anyone have this? I'm thinking this will be my first mod. Once I feel I've learned enough. Looks really simple, and pretty darn cool.

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    I like it. Maybe pick up a 510-Ego adaptor while you're at it for compatibility, the Ego well is not wide enough to accommodate all Ego threaded tanks.

    <The pic to the left shows an e pipe with MT3S and adaptor.


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    It would be great if it was a little longer to work with kicks I know about. Have you been able to kick yours?

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    Moved to E-Pipe models.

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    Well, since you didn't get a reply, for a first mod I'm big on recommending regulated devices. If you've been using a variable voltage ego or something of that nature and you don't care for vari-volt, which I don't see how it can be the case when first starting out, then it would be good for you. I asked above if there are any kicks that would work with the size restriction of this pipe, but there's been no response. Without a kick, there will be no voltage regulation, so your voltage will drop with your battery from start to finish. It's a really solid, compact mod. Unfortunately, I don't think many people in the pipe forum will be able to answer this. People in this forum love their lovely pipe mods, and this doesn't really fit the bill so much.

    You can find good regulated mods for around the same price if that was what the decision was formulated around.

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    There is no room for a kick in the Smok pipes. Even with a flat top 18350 which is recommend to use in those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danca90 View Post
    Does anyone have this? I'm thinking this will be my first mod. Once I feel I've learned enough. Looks really simple, and pretty darn cool.
    Do you mean your first MOD ever? Or your first mech mod?

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    Have one and use with a dripper so its like loading a pipe. Reminds me of using grampas corn cob pipe (!!memories!!)

    Get ready to replace batteries 18350 don't last very long

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznzing03 View Post
    Do you mean your first MOD ever? Or your first mech mod?
    First ever.

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    I have the clone (from fasttech) of the Smok epipe, and use it daily with a Vision ET rda:

    Smok epipe?-pipe.jpg

    cheers,
    andrew
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