You dont have to rebuild them if you dont want to. Vape shops sell them for around $2 each
and also you should save your burnt out ones and give them to other vapers. Wouldnt mind some free atomizers myself
Last edited by Mailablemage; 04-22-2014 at 07:44 AM.
When I'm not using rebuildables....I personally prefer IBtanked carto-tanks. Excellent build quality, and price point. They offer 15mm, 19mm, 22mm, and 25mm tanks in halfling, standard, and XL sizes.
Carto-tanks are hassel free when set-up correctly, and provide great flavor and vapor production.
A wise man once said...nothing, he listened.
I agree with Jwag. I'm not a fan of clearomizers in general; they mute flavors and are often inconsistant. However, if you prefer to stick with clearmizers I'd suggest the Aspire Nautilis; pricey but the only clearomizer I might consider buying. The Aspire Vivi Nova tank is also a larger capacity clearomizer and less expensive than the Nautilis.
You'd likely find a quality cartotank a huge improvement over a clearomizer. They provide better flavor and more consistancy; they just take a little longer with their initial setup priming the cartomizer. Cartos will need to be replaced every couple of weeks, just as a replacement coil head would in a clearomizer.
Guide to Juice Attachments
Baditude's Cartotank Setup Guide
IBTanked Cartotanks Review
Thanks guys! I'll definately look into those links Baditude, I'm always looking for new info!
I've got some sitting in a cup now waiting to be cleaned. Just not in no hurry cause I'm lazy.
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