Best atomizer for dripping?

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  1. Glarsky

    Glarsky Full Member

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    Hi all. About to buy my first mod! Will be either a buzz pro or a silver bullet (for use with higher voltages.) Currently I'm dripping on a joye 510 SR atty, but I'm wondering if there are some better options. I've heard 306s have the same threading as a 510, but what's the difference? Are there any mods or accessories that can auto drip? I've looked at box mods, but there aren't many that do vv as well as top/bottom feed. I took a gander at the drip on demand system from madvapes. Seems pretty cool, since I will be using it mostly at home. Anyone have luck with this item? I've also heard about debridging atomizers or just purchasing bridgeless ones. Any input is appreciated!

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. wv2win

    wv2win ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Many of us vets prefer the BE112 (801) or the mini-801. They are larger, hold up better, IMO and have a bigger opening and can hold an extra drop or two because the coil is bigger. You would just need a $3 adapter.
     
  3. madjack

    madjack Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    WV, this what ya talkin' about... Smok Tech 801 Spare 2.0 Atomizer, Black ..............:2cool:
     
  4. Glarsky

    Glarsky Full Member

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    Thanks madjack. I think you've helped me before. I will definitely pick one of these up. Supposing I get a vv mod, I should stock up on some SR (2.5 ohm) 801s?
     
  5. wv2win

    wv2win ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    No, although that is an 801 but not the ones I was referring to.

    The mini 801 is at Ikenvape. The BE112 (801) is sold at a number of suppliers. I know Puresmoker sells them. I get mine from here:

    E-Cigarette 801 Atomizer-standard pen style(BE112|DSE 801) e-cigarettes atty

    I think the low bridge models do a better job. I'm not sure whether the Smoketek is low or high bridge. I know DSE801's are high bridge.
     
  6. emus

    emus Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I don't like debridged atty except when mixing a lot of DIY flavors.
    Can change flavors very quick w/ debridged atty.

    I prefer dripping on CE2 more than atty. Can remove cup seal and drip on wick. Can also cut CE2 wick for quick flavor testing.
     

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  7. madjack

    madjack Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    ...errrr, I wasn't making a recommendation, I was asking wv2 a question about his recommendation...but, you're welcome anyway....

    Mr, wv2win...thank you sir.................
    madjack:2cool:
     
  8. madjack

    madjack Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    ...do you know anything about these... SmartVapes Dripping Atomizer™
    ...sorry for the hijack but it seemed like a relavant question...how about the screw on 5v regulators that look like a carto????
    madjack:2cool:
     
  9. roxics

    roxics Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I love the LR306 at 3.7v. It gives me more of a consistant vape than I have ever gotten with a 510 atty. The same kind of throat hit as a boge 2ohm cartomizer but a lighter draw to get the vapor out.

    I haven't tried everything out there. I just got my silver bullet a couple of weeks ago and it's great with the LR306 with an 18650. But when going to 6v the dual coil cartos from smoktek really shine whereas I feel their performace is not so great at 3.7v. I also have a couple of 4.5ohm 510 atty's and tried them at 6v and hate them. Way too wispy. I feel like I'm vaping air. Hardly any hit off of them. My next atty purchase will be an HH357 and a higher ohm 306. But I have a feeling the 306 at high volt will just be too much. It's pretty darn good at 3.7 volt.
     
  10. wv2win

    wv2win ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    No on both counts, I'm afraid. I really don't see the need for debridged attys. I think the low bridge will work fine. I actually debridge one myself and couldn't see the difference.
     
  11. drac

    drac Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Check out the DCA from goodsense vapor. If you want to drip this looks like the way to go.
    Drac
     
  12. tmcase

    tmcase ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I haven't tried these yet but a friend of mine has and loves them, they are the duel coil attys from COV. I've tried the Stealth atomizers and they hold a lot of juice and produce quite a bit of vaper. They are larger in diameter than a normal 510 but have a 510 thread.
     
  13. Bluefox

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    Awesome tm case, haven't seen the dual coil 510 yet...ive tried many different devices attys, and always seem to come back to my trusty 510 ...
     
  14. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've been running one of the dual coil attys for 2 weeks straight at 6V...haven't even cleaned it..been using dark juice. If you are looking for an awesome atty, give the dual coil attys a try...you won't regret it. Mine has not lost any vaping ability since day one. Runs like the energizer bunny.

    cloudsofvapor.com sells the dual coil atty's. Get one and give it a try...use code bigbuyer for 10% off. The vapor, flavor, and TH from these will knock your socks off and this is coming from someone that hates atomizers...ME! I'm a carto cat but have fallen totally in love with these. Enough so that I have 10 more on the way plus the 5 I already have.
     
  15. dspin

    dspin Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey HB - I've got one coming to try, normally I don't want anything except Cisco 1.5's and Ikenvapes Mini 801
     
  16. cjbrand

    cjbrand New Member

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    Cisco 306s. I use 2.0 ohm and vape at 4.2-4.5 volts. For 3.7 volt devices, I'd recommend the LR (1.5ohm) 306 by Cisco.
     
  17. Chrissie

    Chrissie Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For me, the beat atomiser to drip with is a LR 901 :D
     
  18. tj99959

    tj99959 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Each type of atomizer has it's own distinct characteristics (and flavor). My take on it is why should I just enjoy one of them when I can enjoy all three .. or five .. or ten of them.
    I like 510's, 306'es, 801's, hell I even like 510-T's (with the wick plate removed)

    I don't restrict myself to one flavor of juice, why would I want to restrict myself to one kind of atty.
    What the hell, it's only money .. enjoy them all!
     
  19. Paradisevap

    Paradisevap Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    are 801's the same as nicotek / metro or Njot ... like gas stations and cig stores have ??
     
  20. sln88

    sln88 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I want to try these but am worried about using that LR on an ego. I was using a 306 today and it drained my batt in about an hour of off and on vaping. I am not sure if the 306 was an LR or not but I think it must have been
     
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