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    Ok. Just ordered a Golden Army Panzer by MCV that will be at the house by the time I get home. I'm looking to put a killer RDA on it that I can have fun with after driving, cloud making, great juice tasting, dripper thing.

    Based on that information alone, steer me right.

    No clones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calve View Post
    Ok. Just ordered a Golden Army Panzer by MCV that will be at the house by the time I get home. I'm looking to put a killer RDA on it that I can have fun with after driving, cloud making, great juice tasting, dripper thing.

    Based on that information alone, steer me right.

    No clones.

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    Calve this is the one I want , although I will buy a clone of it , I like the airflow on it , like a kayfun , single or dual coil , deep well .
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    Thanks Retic! The link was helpful. Going to do some more research before I pull the trigger on it, but this is a huge help.
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    Im really happy with my Stillaire... awesome unit but its a clone....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calve View Post
    Thanks Retic! The link was helpful. Going to do some more research before I pull the trigger on it, but this is a huge help.
    No problem , I just like the design on it with the airflow coming from under the coil and the separate controls for single or dual coil setup .
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    Magma is a good choice, really an excellent RDA.

    The Viking was a recent purchase

    VIKING REBUILDABLE DRIPPING ATOMIZER

    They show out of stock but if you are interested I would send an e-mail and ask Tark about availibilty.

    I have had this RDA for a couple weeks now and for flavor and vape production nothing comes close, and I have over a dozen drippers(because I like shiny stuff). The well/deck is super deep and the stacks under the coil for airflow is perfect.

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    :Are you any good at building coils and wicks? I found it easier to build on something simple, because for whatever reason the learning curve was super steep for me. I like the Igo L because it's stupid simple and I like single coils. Also like the Igo M and W. I'm bad at building so I like to keep it simple. I'm using an Omega right now, but shhhh (not dripping HHV...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rwb1500 View Post
    :Are you any good at building coils and wicks?(not dripping HHV...)
    Yes. Yes I am.
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    If I could get my hands on one it would be the Zenith Double Cross V2. And I will take a 1:1 clone.
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