After two bad experiences in a row buying clearos, and several failed carto tanks right off the get go, I more or less started on rebuildables.
It can be pull your hair our frustrating at times, but sooo worth it at the end. You will not have a more reliable tank, after some practice.
Making a ss mesh wick is harder than making a coil. If you're ok with vaping silica or cotton, go with that. Coiling silica is pretty easy. I've never done cotton. But there is some art into making a ss mesh wick, maybe try that after some practice.
Get the RSST. It is very easy to set up. Mostly because it's center pin has a spring / washer catch for the legs of the coil wire. So when you go to attach it, you just slide it in there. On the AGA-T2, it uses thumb screws, which aren't as easy to get a great connection. The other nice thing about the RSST is it's tank covers the floor of the tank, covering the metal. That's a nice luxury if you ever DO a ss mesh wick because it prevents you from ever creating a short from the wick touching the bottom of the metal tank.
If I was starting all over again, I'd say they're great but have another vape ready to go while you're working on building it. I didn't for a long time. Bad idea!
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