Mark-T Infinity Atomizer
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Hello to all,
Tired of conventional atomizer, i've tried to make one indestructible atty.
Some details about my Mark-T Infinity Atomizer
-new 510 conection,made from O
-midle piece for dripping
-midle piece for tank cartridge
-cone for ego battery
I use genuine eGoT wick material,pre-round.
All is made from SS
Last edited by mark78; 08-09-2011 at 01:53 PM.
That looks really nice Mark. Tell us more!
Nice atty. Where did you get the "ego wick"?
wow those PV parts in your Photo album are enormous!! they make the runway look small lol.. seriously tho, Nice work! looks nice.
That is a great looking tank atty! Its very sleek and compact, which I like. It totally looks like something I would love to have. Great work! I too am curious where you got the ego wicking from?
looks alot like the a2-t. very nice with the shiny parts...how much $ will this be and when will it be available?
I am the lucky owner of such an atomizer from Mark. It works great, far better than any other repairable attys I've tried, the build quality is astonishing, it's all made out of stainless steel, all parts fit perfectly.
The heating element has the coil wrapped around silica from the factory, that means equally spaced wire, I was never able to wrap by hand more than 4-5 wraps for my repairable attys, with this material I've put 7 wraps of wire, having 3.2 Ohms and that is just great at 4.4V on my Provari.
As TH it's a 5/5, flavor 5/5, steam quantity 4.9/5 because I tend to overdrip a little, and this atty having the air hole to the side and no coil cup needs only 1-2 drops at a time.
Did I mention it came with a SS drip tip?
One happy camper here.
Thank you Mark.
Where do I order! so cool, let me know
This looks A LOT like the Bulli A2-t, only difference I see is the wick. Is there something I'm missing? Even the three rings and shape look identical.
It looks like the knurling on an A2-t was ground down than was polished to nice finish.
Last edited by BigBulli; 08-09-2011 at 11:20 PM.