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    Hey everyone. Today was payday! So I'm searching for a new atomizer and drip tip for my reo grand. I have a bunch of drip tips now but my biggest problem is they wobble. Where can I find some high quality wide bore drip tips that don't wobble worthy of being on my lovely reo? Preferably purple to match but will accept anything else

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    My hands down favorite...

    Cloud | Chaser | Drip | Tip | Fogging | Vaping | Gear | Cherry Vape



    It's not purple but if you squint really hard, you can't tell the difference

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    It's not as wide bore as others I've used... but RTD sells this one. What I like about it for my RM2 is 1) It fits and is stable on it - and 2) When squonking, I can see the little bit of left over vapor push up in to the drip tip and can gauge the amount I've squonked by how high up the drip tip it has displaced the left over vapor.

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    This site makes them to order
    or has these nice wide bore, and purple too.
    Wide Bore - Drip Tip Designz

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepsmiling View Post
    This site makes them to order
    or has these nice wide bore, and purple too.
    Wide Bore - Drip Tip Designz
    My second favorite is from DTD


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    Quote Originally Posted by B2L View Post
    My second favorite is from DTD

    Is that false aralia in the background...or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepsmiling View Post
    Is that false aralia in the background...or?
    Neither, it's a Acer Palmatum, AKA Japanese Maple

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    If tips wobble, a quick fix is to slip a bit of thread under the oring(s) to snug it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B2L View Post
    Neither, it's a Acer Palmatum, AKA Japanese Maple
    Wow..looked them up. They get a lovely shade of red!
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    Quote Originally Posted by keepsmiling View Post
    Wow..looked them up. They get a lovely shade of red!
    It's one of my favorite plants. They, unfortunately, don't thrive in the Florida heat. They much prefer a cooler climate so they have to really be babied here.

    I know, I'm off topic. I'll shut up now
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