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    Default By Leo : Attys, mods, Drip-tips, tanks

    Hello to every vaper in the world!
    We're a a moding company from Greece called By Leo.
    We create tanks, attys, Drip tips, APVs and more! All our products are from stainless steel 303 and 304 and high density plexiglass.
    Some of our products are, THE Dripper, Killer 705 (together with Septero), GV Telescopic tank and the bOd MECHA.
    I will be posting reviews and instructional videos to introduce our products better.
    You can visit our store : www.byLeo.eu
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    E-mail us byLeogr@gmail.com

    Thank you all for keeping our vaping dreams alive!

    Keep on vapin' !
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    Here is a review of THE Dripper

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    And a review for the Killer 705 (Septero)
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    And an intructional Video for the bOd MECHA

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    The bOd mecha looks INCREDIBLE. I didn't know about the top cap & button until this video. Must find out more.
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    Anxiously awaiting the arrival of my eBaron Dripper Pro.

    - Andy
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    Thank you!
    I think it's the first ring-airflow-lock-button-cap of this type.But i'm not sure since the world is so big.Maybe someone else thought of it as well!Tested it for a month before finalizing it.I hope it works for everyone!

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    I hope it meets your requirements!
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    Welcome! I was wondering how come you guys were not around!

    Quote Originally Posted by Billie-cig View Post
    Thank you!
    I think it's the first ring-airflow-lock-button-cap of this type.But i'm not sure since the world is so big.Maybe someone else thought of it as well!Tested it for a month before finalizing it.I hope it works for everyone!
    This is awesome! I was so excited by the MECHA that I did not even notice this supplier's thread!

    I'm a big fan of your products! Sorry but I also created a thread in the APV section so I dunno if appropriate...

    Got a few questions on the MECHA too:

    -What is the outer diameter of the ring?
    -On one of the pics it looks 2 toned, the telescopic part looking matte vs the bOd body while on the other pictures it looks like all is shined.
    -Is the head sold on its own compatible with existing bOd's?
    -In your video you talk about atties with long 510 connectors, what about short ones? I understand the center POST is not adjustable or is it?

    Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dnerve View Post
    -In your video you talk about atties with long 510 connectors, what about short ones? I understand the center POST is not adjustable or is it?
    I think I figured that one out: The switch is actually the atty's center post that is mobile and gets in contact with the mod's center post when it is pushed down? If that's the case it means that a shorter atty connector would only mean a longer movement of the switch?

    If that's the case, it's simply brilliant!
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