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    I have two eGo batts...one an EVOD which I love with my ProTank II Mini after a little trial and error. I also have a Kamry 101 with both single coil and ProTank. I prefer the coil for flavor but hate dripping so often so I only use it at home. The tank on it does not do much or me. I suspect you will all suggest an MVP2 or the like, but I am willing for other input! What is next?

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    An IBTanked cartotank. Great flavor and vapor production, zero maintanance after setup, no leaking, great for home and out-and-about.

    Options on tank size (15, 19, 22, & 25mm diameter) and three tank lengths (halfling, standard, & XL).

    Baditude's Cartotank Setup Guide

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    The IBT carto tank brigade rides again!

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    You love the taste of dripping, but you hate the hassle?

    Then take a look at the REO, same great taste thanks
    to bottom-feeding.
    It's a rock-solid mechanical mod as well. The Reomizer that
    goes with it is a great RDA. Ceramic bottom for extra pure
    flavor.

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    My B&M always tells me to avoid cartos for some reason. Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit Chaser View Post
    My B&M always tells me to avoid cartos for some reason. Why?
    They don't make money on cartos, they're extremely cheap compared to clearomizers. That's why they charge up to $5 per carto, when you can buy them for less than $2 online.

    They make more profit on the more expensive clearomizers, like a Protank for $20 or more.

    And most inexperienced vape shop employees know nothing about cartotanks.

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    They say cartos are more high maintenance than dripping. True? I trust you guys here more than them.
    Last edited by Rabbit Chaser; 10-31-2013 at 02:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit Chaser View Post
    They say cartos are more high maintenance than dripping. True? I trust you guys here more than them.
    I don't know who "they" is... but they are confusing tank cartomizers with... I have no idea what. Perhaps dripping cartomizers - which are similar, but not the same.

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    I need to educate myself, apparently. You guys are so awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit Chaser View Post
    They say cartos are more high maintenance than dripping. True? I trust you guys here more than them.
    Actually, nothing is simpler than dripping on a cartomizer. Very little maintanance involved other than perhaps soaking the atty in some pure grain alcohol occassionally. The act of dripping can just be tedious and inconvenient. ProVape Electronic Cigarette Atomizers & Cartomizers Refill and Instructional Video - YouTube

    There is no maintanance with a cartomizer. Just refill when needed. Considered to be a disposable device after a short period of time.
    How To Fill A 510 Cartomizer (Electronic Cigarette) - YouTube

    Cartotanks also have no maintanance once set up. Just refill the tank when it becomes empty. Replace the carto when it needs to be replaced with a new one. Cartotank Setup Guide

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