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    Yo, just got the Bullet, electric blue/black button. Got it off the classifieds. Been using a provari, vamo and ss vv 350. Actually the cheap vv 350 is my favorite device now, go figure, the provari is pretty good too (lol). Anyway I've always wanted one, hope it meets my expectations. I know it will last, any advice on batteries, heads and care?

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    It's all good.
    Last edited by garyd; 03-14-2013 at 10:16 AM.

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    Congrats on your new S.B.

    The only advice I can give to you is use only Protected AW Batteries.

    As far as a great vape is concerned you cannot beat a decent RBA.......
    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie C View Post
    Congrats on your new S.B.

    The only advice I can give to you is use only Protected AW Batteries.

    As far as a great vape is concerned you cannot beat a decent RBA.......
    Good luck!
    Well thanks, it came with an AW 18650 and 4 of the tenergy 123 batteries for 6 volt vaping I presume, so you wouldn't recommend stacking the tenergy batteries?

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    I have always used Nova tanks on mine and changed them about 5 times a day just because i was messing with a lot of different flavours. I put a 510-510 adaptor on the top so as to try to stop wearing out the threads on the device. Once a month or so - a little noalox on the threads keeps it in great condition and the 18650s would last me easily a full day. It remains one of my favourite mods even though it now largely plays second fiddle to my Reo.
    It is money very well spent.

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    haha I just got one off the classy too just had to post here cuz I'm in idaho as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjshaw29 View Post
    haha I just got one off the classy too just had to post here cuz I'm in idaho as well.
    Congrats to you! I just got a kick for mine last night off the classifieds for $35. The only problem I had with mine when I got it was it had so much noalox on the threads it moved the switch sideways when tightening. Cleaned off as much as I could with a q-tip and then used a little vaseline on the threads and smooth as silk, no more switch movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyd View Post
    Congrats to you! I just got a kick for mine last night off the classifieds for $35.
    Thanks man. I think I saw that same classy post for the kick and was gonna get it. But I already have a vamo lol. Gonna just try the SB and 3.7 and see how it is. What part of Idaho are you in by the way?

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    I actually prefer using the 18650 AW imr batteries (the red ones) to the protected. Real life battery time seems similar if not better than the so-called higher mah protected batteries, I it's my opinion they are safer than the protected being they are safer chemistry.

    The SB is like an old soldier, it can take a beating but keeps on going. Plus, Altsmoke will always repair it if it needs it. Although it has been out for a few years now, it seems it is still just as popular as ever, especially with the popularity of RBA's with mechanicals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baditude View Post
    especially with the popularity of RBA's with mechanicals.
    This is the reason I bought this. I just got the aga t+ and love it. Tanks are on the sidelines for awhile now lol.

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