Atomizers for Buzz Pro

Discussion in 'Buzz Mods' started by pbmax, Aug 26, 2012.

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  1. pbmax

    pbmax Full Member

    i have been an lr carto guy since i have been vaping. analog free for 2 years. would like suggestions for atomizer and ohm selection for my buzz pro. looking for a better vape as always. tanks for work and i like dripping at home. pleas help.
     
  2. Caridwen

    Caridwen ECF Moderator Senior Moderator Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi pbmax!

    I'll move your post to the buzz pro subforum. You might get more responses there.
     
  3. evilfrog

    evilfrog Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    My personal current favorite is a 3.5ohm Ikenvape 901. I like the i06 quite a bit as well, and the IKV 801 is good too, though a bit airy.
    From my reading on this forum: many (but not all) drippers seem to prefer the hh 357 and Cisco-spec attys from Avid and then the IKV gear as a slightly lesser, but more affordable, option. The AVA also gets some great reviews, but I can't see parting with over $40 for a disposable atty.

    Most Buzz users get attys in the 2.5 ohm range. I'm not sure why, but I seem to get better performance from slightly higher ohm attys. YMMV - it's best to get a variety, so you can figure out what works best for you. LR attys will work fine, but battery life will suffer a little.

    Also - it would be wise to pick up a couple sealed connecters so your top cap stays dry. I did without this for a couple months with no problem, but if the oring under the screw gets out of wack liquid can get into the electronics if your atty leaks. I now put sealed connecters under all my attys as a percaution.

    Genesis attys also work fine on a Buzz. Two of mine have gennys on them at all times! A well set-up genesis is as good as (and often better then) dripping for me.
     
  4. markfm

    markfm PIF Moderator Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Total run time with 3 ohms is better than with 2.5, by a bit, for a given total watts, based on my experience, it's just that 2.5 ohms let you get a couple more watts at max voltage if you want a bit more oomph from time to time.

    Sealed connectors are a biggie. With my 801 fusion tank/carto setup I use a native 801 top cap, but that's because I've had stellar, consistent, performance with that combination, I believe only one dump condition in a full year. With atties you can absolutely expect to give the connector a soaking for at least a little while -- it takes time to get the hang of them. A sealed adapter is a very smart addition.
     
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