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    No its a bit backward here..

    The standard 510 atty.......meaning it's NOT a carto filled with fluff. Is not rebuildable and it's perfectly fine to drip into thats where it started.
    like this Black 2.0 Ohm Dual Coil Atomizer

    Nothing wrong with them and many many of us used them for years, I still have plenty of and keep them around ...the rebuildable thing is kinda new really(least in real time not ecig time)

    I dont think you should be afraid of trying RBA's but the back up of a it's ready atty isnt a bad thing either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Puffy- View Post
    I forgot to add** any brand you recommend that is at a cheap price? Since I just want to use to test my juices mainly. An to use for a "change up" for a few pulls here an there.
    These have lasted me over a month with daily use:

    5 Pack Bargain 510 Low Resistance Atomizers [510BGNLR-5PCK] - $14.99 :

    http://www.goodejuice.com/store/5-pa...ers-p-518.html

    You need a drip tip too, and these will fit those attys:

    510 Drip Tips - 901 Drip Tips | Goodejuice.com
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    Regular Atty Drippers (A Dying Breed?)

    This is an excellent thread that will explain most everything you need to know about the 510 style dripping atomizers. There are reviews, cleaning instructions, how to tips. All from experienced users.

    Also plenty of help and people available to answer your questions and get you started. I drip into a cheap 510 atty and love it. I spend all the money I saved (from not buying fancier attys) on juices. I can switch juices in a flash.
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    I guess it was the same smoketech one just mini. My bad.

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    If your main objective, initially, is to be able to try out different juice flavors easily, I would also suggest just picking up some of the 510 attys. If you find that you like dripping better than the tanks you're currently using, then look into getting one of the rebuildable types.

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    I started vaping with 1.5 LR 510 attomizers and done that exclusivly for 2 years until the Clearomizer came out. You put 4 drops in and when you get a harsh hit you know to put 4 more drops in.Over time you learn when to put juice in before you get to that harsh hit. Atomizers for dripping are rather expensive and unless you buy them in bulk like I did it may be too much for you in cost. I bought a 10 pack for $46 which comes to about $4 and some change a piece at Vaporkings.com. I don't know of any drip Attys that would be rebuildable though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschris View Post
    Igo W is pretty easy. My first dripper, and still using it.
    Thanks I will look into it, probably give it a shot. Recommend any venders for cheapest price? I am running low on funds for e-cig stuff since I just spent 230 bucks on Mod, batterys, juice, tanks, coils. Sure doesn't take long to spend lol

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    Smoktech Octopus RDA is a good beginner choice! It's like $10. Or, you can get an IGO-w for around $15

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    Quote Originally Posted by moondragon View Post
    If you find that you like dripping better than the tanks you're currently using, then look into getting one of the rebuildable types.
    Or just move to a bottom feeder mod, and use an bottom feeding atomizer on it. storebought or RBA


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