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    Default Best Rebuildable Atomizer for Dripping?

    I have been a die hard carto tank guy ever since I have started vaping.

    But I am now wanting to get a good dripping atomizer, and was wondering whats some of the better rebuildable atomizers out there for dripping?

    I really like the looks/price of the Phoenix V3 Atomizer...

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    I have a habit of laying my PV in my lap next to my leg when I'm just kicked back and enjoying life. (not a good idea if your RDA has a side air hole) So I use the A7 that gets it's air from the bottom.
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    If you're a fan of carto-tanks, you may want to look into the Terminator. It's an RDA that can be placed inside a tank so you get the best of both worlds. I can't really compare it to others RBA's, since it's the only one I've tried. But I enjoy it and it fits my needs.

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    With something like the Phoenix atomizer how long will the pre-built wick last on average? week(s)? month(s)?

    This will be my first rebuildable atomizer so im trying to figure out how often I will be having to re-build the wick?
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    Lots of people love the eBaron Pro dripper made for the PorVari.

    I have an iGo-L and like it pretty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jethead View Post
    Lots of people love the eBaron Pro dripper made for the PorVari.

    I have an iGo-L and like it pretty well.
    I would be one of those people. I own a Pro and a Spiral, and love them both equally. My Spiral lives on a Super T mechanical, and the Pro lives on one of my (suprise.) Provaris. I used to use tanks (Gennys and ViVis). They were nice, but damn I do love to drip. I keep a couple of ProTanks around for when I'm driving, but I always have an eBaron on me. I really dislike rebuilding, especially doing coils. The replacement attys for the eBaron are super simple to install, and the cups can be reused if you wanna. They ain't cheap, but I'm willing to pay for a nice atty. The flavor quality alone is worth the price as far as I'm concerned.

    ETA: I lay my mods on their sides all the time. Neither of these has leaked on my in the two months or so of daily use. They do flood, but only when I'm careless about how many drops I put in...
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    IMO you can not beat an IGO-L. They are rock solid (unlike a lot of RDAs), they are a simple design, and they are roomy/easy to rebuild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBaby View Post
    IMO you can not beat an IGO-L. They are rock solid (unlike a lot of RDAs), they are a simple design, and they are roomy/easy to rebuild.
    Mine should be here tomorrow!!!! /excited!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie Price View Post
    If you're a fan of carto-tanks, you may want to look into the Terminator. It's an RDA that can be placed inside a tank so you get the best of both worlds. I can't really compare it to others RBA's, since it's the only one I've tried. But I enjoy it and it fits my needs.
    that or a Diver.. I prefer the diver because you only slide the tank up to lower the hole, not adjust the airflow

    you forgot to post a link for your's and I cannot find it!!!
    the Diver is at Diver (rebuildable atomizer) and you can probably drip with it... never tried to myself, just use it with my short tanks until I get my atomizer extention.

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    Yeah, that's the one. It'the Killer 705 clone.

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