[QUOTE=Vapoor eyes er;11096865]Most use a 510 atomizer:
Atomizer/ Atty- an element in a metal tube with no wick or stuffing on to which 2- 3 drops of juice is dripped- usually used for testing new juices because Attys are easy to clean.
Wait I thought Atomizers had wicks, Every time I think I figure this out I get more confused
Awesome that definitely helps! Sometimes it's hard to find a good answer by searching here on ECF. It's a terrific resource but I find I have to weed through alot to find just what i'm looking for, even with advanced search.
Originally Posted by WhiteHighlights
I had thought the same thing at one point, but when I got them I found out that, since they are so narrow and don't come apart at the bottom, it's really hard to get all of the previous flavor washed out completely. They aren't a bad little clearo, but they aren't great for testing multiple juices.
Originally Posted by athousandyears
Sorry. To be more specific there are two types:
Originally Posted by Masterchief68
Bridged- have a metal bridge/ wick over the element and this bridge is used to hold the juice. Many remove this bridge as it gets clogged with juice gunk very easily.
Bridge Less- only an element.
Last edited by Vapoor eyes er; 10-26-2013 at 11:58 PM.
I've got a crap-ton of cleaned Blu cartos tucked away (back from when the wife was using Blu) and I find them perfect for testing out samples.
I use the IGO as well and with pretty much the same setup, although if I have a bunch of new test batches to run, I'll switch the cotton out for silica.
Originally Posted by Flames11112
I go with your standard drip tank. Cotton ball strips for new wicks. I can try about 3 flavors in 20 min this way. Of course giving time to evaluate the flavor.
I Use a dripping atomizer. Got it from a local vendor you can really tell the difference in taste from a regular tank. Just remember to spot the signs when your low on liquid.
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