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    Hello ECF friends.
    Ive been a sub ohm dripper for the past year and frankly Im tired of the hassle. Bringing juice with me everywhere I go, having to drip more juice every 10 minutes, making sure my coils are free and clear etc. I think Im looking for a tank style atty, but something that gives me the same vape quality as my Trident (vapor production & flavor). I have tried many genesis style attys in the past and I really dont care for those either. Im basically looking for a tank atty that wicks and vapes like a dripper. I looked at The Killer 705 with the IB Tanked and that seems about right but I just dont know much about them. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you
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    Have you looked at the kayfun lite plus or russian 91%. Plenty of clone versions of both avaliable. I went from an igo-l to the russian 91% and am more than satisfied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urvi View Post
    Have you looked at the kayfun lite plus or russian 91%. Plenty of clone versions of both avaliable. I went from an igo-l to the russian 91% and am more than satisfied.
    Do they use mesh style wicks? If so thats a genesis style atty and thats really not what Im looking for. Im looking for something that is built just like a drip atty but has a tank with it. Im not even sure something like that exists yet. But thank you for the reply.
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    I don't have any suggestions, but just wanted to say hello. I live just down the way from you, near County Line Rd, but in OKC.
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    I have not used the Killer or the Diver v2, but I do have a Sophia. Those are the only 3 I know of. I like the Sophia a lot. It has airflow control and juice flow control. It does use R-NR wire, but ready wire is available from Stormy's Vapor Cellar and Avid Vaper. I use cotton in mine. And it sits in an IBTanked.

    I have never dripped so I can not compare it, but the flavor is better than that of a carto tank.
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    The Kayfun is what you are looking for. It builds like a dripper but is a tank system. Should solve all of your problems.
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    Another vote for the kayfun. I also really like the Aqua.
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    I know that feels, regarding dripping. I still drip, but I have both a Kayfun Lite + clone, and an Aqua clone ($20 FastTech version). I use them daily. They're what I bring with me. They're both excellent devices.

    I'd say the Aqua more closely resembles a dripper vape. It has a 2ml capacity, which I refill, probably, twice a day. It's really easy to refill. It's a pain in the ..... to build. BUT, once built it's awesome. I'll probably buy another one. I'll probably buy another Kayfun clone too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastyjuice View Post
    Im looking for something that is built just like a drip atty but has a tank with it. Im not even sure something like that exists yet. But thank you for the reply.
    It does exist and it's $9.99. Youde IGO-F - 101 Vape

    It is ego sized, but I really like it. I don't use it on an Ego battery, but use it on a nemesis. It is a "drip/tank". Top portion you can pull off and direct drip. Just like any other dripper. But neneath that is a very small tank that the wick from the dripper can be put into. It does work as a tank. There's not much capacity, so you do have to fill it. But you don't have to constantly drip like other direct drippers.

    The other "drip tank" is the Atmomixani 3D. It's a drip, but there's a tank on top and you press down on mouthpiece to dispense liquid. Real one is pricey, but clones have come out.

    And I second everyone else's opinion here...you need a kayfun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tastyjuice View Post
    Do they use mesh style wicks? If so thats a genesis style atty and thats really not what Im looking for. Im looking for something that is built just like a drip atty but has a tank with it. Im not even sure something like that exists yet. But thank you for the reply.
    No mesh required. I use cotton, but some like to use silica. Either will work.

    I got a few clones from Fasttech. All have worked flawlessly.


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