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    I feel like such a BOT

    ElectronicStix.Com ALL THE J TANKS IN ONE SPOT

    I've been using the same J-tanks for over two years

    Don't think 'The Liquinator' is even made anymore, that video is from 2011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baditude View Post
    The Smoktech DCT tanks are notorious for being slidey on a carto. Few other tanks have this problem. I have never had an issue with my tanks being too slidey.
    I'm pretty fortunate that I've not had any slideyness, leaks or slide-disasters with these tanks (so far). There's also the fact that the caps (on the Pyrex DCTs) are fixed in place. This makes them, essentially, disposable once the rings are damaged or start leaking.

    Again, so far so good in my personal experience, but they were an inexpensive way for me to check out glass carto-tanks (prior to tanks, I was using "mega-cartos").

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    I like my bella tanks....never leaked on me yet, easy to fill, hand made so a ton of different one of a kind tanks


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    Another vote for IBTanked! Love 'em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bufufyne View Post
    I'm intrigued by this 'The Liquinator' but I can't find it for sale anywhere, the place Grimm picked it up from seems to no longer be in business or has a different website
    Here is a link for the Liquidnator tank.
    https://www.vaporescence.com/index.p...category_id=35

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    Smoktek UDCT or whatever the pyrex tanks are have weak-sauce orings. I have several smoktek DCT polypropylene tanks, and I haven't had any of them slide. They actually grip ikenvape platinum cartomizers too much. If I wanted to refill a tank using those cartomizers, I could only get them off with taking the end cap off with the cartomizer stuck in them. Outside of that, I haven't had any issues with the polypropylene DCTs..after > 9months of use.

    ~$10 for a polypropylene tank, doesn't leak nasty stuff into the liquid or crack like polycarbonate.

    IBTanked are the best tanks..bella elegance have the prettiest end caps.

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    Those bella tanks look very well made. Very unique as well. another work of art IMO. A little rich for my blood though. Eventually i would like to get something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bufufyne View Post
    I'm intrigued by this 'The Liquinator' but I can't find it for sale anywhere, the place Grimm picked it up from seems to no longer be in business or has a different website
    http://www.vaporescence.com/index.ph...=35&Itemid=501
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    I did have leaking from the screw hole when I would lay it on its side. I just quit doing that and made sure the screw hole was up. I have had no problem with the silicone grommets,they become more pliable over time. I do not assemble, like in the video. I put the grommet on one end,seat it then one on the other end. I roll it pressing on the carto at both ends at the same time,this ensures a good seal. I am sure there are better tanks,but not for 7.99. I did buy xtra grommets and screws,have a whole bag, but have yet to use them. They stand up to all my citrus & cinnamon flavors. One day I may buy a nice glass tank,but I run 3-4 tanks(flavors) at a time,so that would be 3-4 nice tanks$$$$.
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    im like yourself love to try different tanks and carto ive been using the protank protank 2 and last week got the new kanger unitank which is very nice and easy to use I got a good range of thanks from ce4s to rsst aga's vivi novas smok cartos and the smok style vivi nova and I like them all I find they all work different and taste different im playing with genesis styles at the moment make ss wicks and u wicks keeps me busy just orded a couple of drippers from fasttech to see how I get on with them

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