Cartomizer Tank Question

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  1. LemJe

    LemJe Full Member Verified Member

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    I have just started using a Smoktech DCT which does the job but isn't the sturdiest of products. I am waiting on a Phiniac tank I just ordered but have a few questions on the cartomizer to use.

    The tank came with a Smoktech dual coil cartomizer that has a flange at the bottom. I have since ordered some Boge cartomiers that didn't have a flange.

    I like the Boges but have heard a lot about the Smoktech Resurrectors and have thought about trying them.


    Now this may be a dumb question but here it goes. I know the Smoktech DCT has a groove for the flange on the Smoketech cartomizers. I am assuming the Phiniac tank won't have one. Does the flange on the Smoktech cartomizers get in the way when there is no recess on it? Is there a way to take the flange off? I am just wondering before I order some.


    Thanks for any help
     
  2. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I use smoketek 1.7 ohm single coil cartos in mine on a twist and Kgo. what type batt are you using may need to use higher ohms.
     
  3. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I have never used the ones with the flange, mine have a solid flat ring around the base.
     
  4. Ryedan

    Ryedan ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Good question LemJe, I have wondered the same a few times. I doubt it would be an issue because the flange will be pretty thin, but have not actually tried it. Hopefully someone who knows for sure will chime in in a bit :2cool:
     
  5. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Some tanks have a recess space for the flange to fit it but a lot don't. I bet it would work okay. If you find out let us know.
     
  6. LemJe

    LemJe Full Member Verified Member

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    I guess I will try it and see how it goes. I am sure it will work I just know I am so anal that the bottom plate will probably annoy me lol
     
  7. ImThatGuy

    ImThatGuy Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Recessed with bottom plate = tank won't spin, no recess with bottom plate = tank will spin. Which do you prefer?
     
  8. Ryedan

    Ryedan ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Sorry ImThatGuy, I don't get it ... what do you mean about the tank 'spinning'?
     
  9. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    If your drip tip is in tight it will not spin. The big belly drip tips work well. I have the type with no flange.
     
  10. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    These have a solid base all the way around, when I put the drip tip in after filling it doesn't spin but will before the tip is in. It says flanged but they aren't the type for the split type of recess.
    Pre Punched Replacement tank cartomizers
     
  11. jazzblue72

    jazzblue72 Moved On Verified Member

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    I use smoketek 1.7 ohm single coil cartos in mine on a twist and Provari V2
     
  12. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    The flange on the Smoktech cartomizers will prevent a totally flush fit on an endcap without the little cutout, but only by a milimeter, hardly noticable.
     
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