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    Default With Cera coming are AVA atomizers EOLed?

    Is it the end for AVA atomizers? I look at Thermovape website and I can't understand how the Cera Liquid is supposed to work. Where do I load the liquid, how do I clean it, does it have anything resembling an atomizer?

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    I'm a little scared that my favorite atty may not ever be made again...might have to stock up JIC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSneakerHoarder View Post
    I'm a little scared that my favorite atty may not ever be made again...might have to stock up JIC.
    SneakerHorder.... The AVAs are no longer being made.... What are you going to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverboat View Post
    SneakerHorder.... The AVAs are no longer being made.... What are you going to do
    They will still rebuild them for people, from what I hear on another forum, the coil is going to be vertical and will hold twice as much as an ava, also the heater/coil is warrantied for a year. I cant wait to see how this works.

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    Aesthetically the Cera is clearly not for everyone. AVAs gave access to Thermovape's technology to every vaper. Cera chains the tech to a single approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorman View Post
    Aesthetically the Cera is clearly not for everyone. AVAs gave access to Thermovape's technology to every vaper. Cera chains the tech to a single approach.
    I get what your saying and agree for the most part but it is quite versatile in the sense that it has 3 different cores for different materials, e-liquid, loose leaf, and essential oils. I want one of these but will wait for a sale.

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    I might just send apex an email about getting my AVAs re-built. Hopefully they will, otherwise I'm going to have to pony up for an Ody for my GG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atavanhalen View Post
    I get what your saying and agree for the most part but it is quite versatile in the sense that it has 3 different cores for different materials, e-liquid, loose leaf, and essential oils. I want one of these but will wait for a sale.
    Well, see... on this forum I doubt that lots of people could care for loose leaves or essential oils. That's versatility wasted on us.
    What I see is abandoning a clear industry standard (510 threading) in exchange for a proprietary one. That usually is not a good thing, to be honest.

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    Wow $250 premium for titanium cap vs. stainless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gorman View Post
    Well, see... on this forum I doubt that lots of people could care for loose leaves or essential oils. That's versatility wasted on us.What I see is abandoning a clear industry standard (510 threading) in exchange for a proprietary one. That usually is not a good thing, to be honest.
    You're being facetious, right?
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