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Best atomizer for Provari?

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  1. JeremyGa

    JeremyGa Full Member Verified Member

    Jul 6, 2012
    Albany, GA
    What ohm rating would be best for Provari? LR or SR? I plan on vaping around 4.5-5 volts. I am assuming SR 2.5ohm but I want to double check before making my final choice. Thanks! I am def leaning toward Cisco 510 or 306
  2. Kay1959

    Kay1959 Ultra Member ECF Veteran


    PONKAW Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 6, 2011
    Panama city
    A 306 for testing flavors and boge 2.0s for day to day... I like to use a drip shield to regulate draw...
    Also, Provari is a great platform for Rebuildables (easy to check coil resistance)

  4. JeremyGa

    JeremyGa Full Member Verified Member

    Jul 6, 2012
    Albany, GA
    Thanks! I have the drip shields and all the goodies, Just wanted to find the right atty. I have read up on the Cisco 357, I don't like how you have to take short draws for them to work correctly. I really enjoy my long draws. I go back and forth now with an Empire 306 and Empire 510. I love both.
  5. mgb_

    mgb_ Full Member Verified Member

    Aug 26, 2012
  6. hmm

    hmm Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 14, 2011
    I take long draws with 357's and have no problems.
    They are perfect for provari's and if I may add - if you want to put a drip shield on the provari I suggest getting an extender for the base as the drip shield needs something to grab on to on the bottom.
  7. Hitmetwice

    Hitmetwice Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 18, 2012
    Hey JeremyGa, I've not tried Ciscos myself but just got an 2.5 ohm IKV 801 mini with my
    50cal. and it brought dripping to a whole new level for me.

    Works great with the "Kick" on the 50cal. and on the Provari(with the 510-801 adapter)

    @mgb_, for me the adapter just gives that extra layer of protection between the atty and my Provari in case I overdrip. Don't like getting "any" liquid on the Provari connector if I can help it. Never overdripped with the IKV atty though, it seems to hold quite a lot of liquid in it.

  8. tj99959

    tj99959 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Aug 13, 2011
    There is no such thing as an atomizer that doesn't leak when direct dripping. With a drip shield and sealed adaptor you don't care if it leaks. The juice is contained inside the drip shield and drawn back into the atty when it need more juice.
    Sometimes I will even flood the atty on purpose, and then let it sit for few. Then vape for a half hour or more without needing to drip again. You simple position the shield to hold as much juice as you want below the atties connector.

    I like a 3ohm atty the best on both my Provari and my Kicked SB. The one that's on the provari now read 2.9ohms.
  9. Dishevel

    Dishevel Senior Member

    Aug 23, 2012
    Buena Park, CA
    It is a little expensive but I love my AVA.
    Got it for about $40. But it drips wonderfully. Hits great and the beauty is that it changes flavors fast and clean.
    Again. It is a little expensive, but I have had mine 3 months now and I still like it.
  10. tobarger

    tobarger Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 28, 2010
    Apex Vapor Atomizer (AVA)
    They are on sale for only $45
    Free S&H
  11. Bishopheals

    Bishopheals Reviewer / Blogger Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 23, 2012
    Staten Island
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