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    Quote Originally Posted by Konstantinos View Post
    I vape only with this almost 4 months
    Can't wait to here more about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konstantinos View Post
    We plan to make also, an update so u can use the atom part of diver for dripping
    that is good news then i do hope you can update us when its availble and also the price.

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    The price of Diver will be 36€, available in Wednesday from here: http://www.atmistique.gr/en/craven-s...category_id=75

    U can take a look here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plwnUgcvNdE
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    I can't wait to see the reviews on this.

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    THIS IS SOOOOOOOOO FREAKIN AWESOME, I CAN'T WAIT FOR WEDNESDAY.......... THAT'S LIKE 46 us dollars right
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    diver rebuildable atomizer part 2 - YouTube
    This shows how it works and I understand the little flange at the bottom now, its to keep enough space between the bottom of tank and PV top so you can get air. Only thing I wonder is how then if you have a PV with channels for air intake, will it keep a gap?

    If your PV has a tip cap with air control, then you would be stuck with a gap, which bugs me. It looks easy to use, they dont have a video on how to rebuild the wick and coil but it looks pretty easy to figure out, I guess. I wonder how and where the neg and positive wires go to make contact. It has a brass 510 pin, which is cool for good conductivity.

    I wonder since there is no juice control how it deals with thin juice to prevent flooding or with thick higher than 50/50 juice, would it have wicking problems. The price is great compared to the Killer though. Im just a bit hesitant to jump right in and get one. Im sure its well made as all Atmistique products are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anavidfan View Post
    diver rebuildable atomizer part 2 - YouTube
    This shows how it works and I understand the little flange at the bottom now, its to keep enough space between the bottom of tank and PV top so you can get air. Only thing I wonder is how then if you have a PV with channels for air intake, will it keep a gap?

    If your PV has a tip cap with air control, then you would be stuck with a gap, which bugs me. It looks easy to use, they dont have a video on how to rebuild the wick and coil but it looks pretty easy to figure out, I guess. I wonder how and where the neg and positive wires go to make contact. It has a brass 510 pin, which is cool for good conductivity.

    I wonder since there is no juice control how it deals with thin juice to prevent flooding or with thick higher than 50/50 juice, would it have wicking problems. The price is great compared to the Killer though. Im just a bit hesitant to jump right in and get one. Im sure its well made as all Atmistique products are.
    Good vid, thank you!!!

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    It's available now on their site, for anyone who's interested.

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    Calivapour thanks, Diver is in stock

    anavidfan: we dont see any leakage with 100% vg liquid
    Last edited by Konstantinos; 04-10-2013 at 11:07 PM.
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    Mine is ordered. Can't wait. Needed a good easy rebuild option that works solidly. This looks like the one.

    Now I wait. :-)
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