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Any of the unbreakable, translucent plastic tubes from CE2 clearomizers or even Micromizer X7s work very well as sleeves for an i06. Occasionally I'll get one that's a slightly loose fit (one squeeze with a pair of plyers fixes that), but many are perfect---just snug enough without being too tight. Use them as is or shorten their length by cutting with a dremel or sharp knife. Longer tubes gives a cooler vape and vice versa. They fit all standard drip tips.
Quick update: Got my i06 yesterday.
First impressions: wow this thing is overrated. It metered out at 1.6 ohms, (ordered 1.8), and I was having a real tough time not getting a burn-y taste. Vapor production was on par with the 1.8 ohm 510LR from Cisco.
Second impressions: Discovered that if I kept the thing in a state of constant flood, it works quite well. I need to have about a mm of juice in the catch cup, and suck it up into the atty with a sharp pull at the start, then pull as usual for a vape. If I do this, the vapor production exceeds the 510LR handily, the vapor is warmer and tastes better than the 510LR, and there's no burning. I like it a lot better, now that I've learned I need to keep it flooded.
I know that you're not supposed to have to keep it flooded, but it's the only way it works for me. As long as it gurgles a little as I'm drawing, it tastes good and has excellent vapor production. If I let it get to where it's got a silent draw, it starts to verge on burning.
Firing it with an AW IMR 14500 correctly charged to 4.2V.
I am running a 1.8ohm i06 on my old goat, but I am constantly changing my battery for a fresh one. 1.8 is too high for a 3.7v device for me- 1.5ohm for a 3.7v is the right spot for me. My old goat has been great too, leaving me wanting a REO. I have had a few problems with it getting juice all over the place inside the box, but overall a great vape. My primary, all day vape is the 1.5ohm long barrel HH.357 on Provari mini @ 3.8-4.1v. That is the ultimate vape.... at least until I buy more stuff and find something that I like better
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