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Clearomizer vs atomizer

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  1. Aceman

    Aceman Full Member

    Jan 14, 2013
    Saudi Arabia/Uk
    Hi guys,

    Im currently using clearomizers but would like to know how long the atomizers and tanks stay alive for the ego t, as i feel i may want to try these too, what are the pros, cons etc..

  2. dragonbone

    dragonbone Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 21, 2009
    Hi Aceman, welcome to the ECF. You could look in the eGo Type Models threads for help and ask questions there by the eGo pros :). I would suggest the eGo-C above the eGo-T since the eGo-C has a replacebale atomizer. Just the inner part gets discarded when old, not the whole thing like with the T.
  3. Paulette

    Paulette Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 22, 2012
    This is just MY opinion, but I feel that the clearomizers are so much better than any ego-t tank/atomizer; and they last longer too. They are a much-older technology. The life of them can range anywhere from maybe 2 weeks to a month (if my memory serves me).
  4. Telescope Neil

    Telescope Neil Senior Member ECF Veteran

    clearomizers are easier to refill, but some people say they produce less flavor than attys/cartos do. id say you stick with the clearo, but if you want a little big bigger tank you could try the vivi nova. im using one and i really like it. it would fit you imo
  5. evolutionx

    evolutionx Senior Member

    Jan 2, 2013
    I had the Tornado-T cone attys and just switched to the kanger T3...the difference between the kanger and the cones is huge. The attys were fine the first couple days but progressively became terrible. Even with cleaning everyday the attys became flavorless and the vapor production got foggy and weak, which is the reason I got the kanger. The cones were convenient but not as convenient as the kanger due to them only having a 1ml tank. They make a larger 2ml tank but most clearos are that size or bigger. Also, the atty tanks do get messy everytime you refill...not extremely messy but you do need to wipe the tops and sides from condensation. I don't really see an advantage to the atty but thats just my experience and I am a newbie to vaping so perhaps there are other options that work much better than what I had. This kanger is amazing and on a whole other level compared. IMO of course.
  6. Couture

    Couture Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 5, 2012
    Berea, Ohio
    I love my mini vivi nova's. I do prefer the 2.4 oHms to the 1.8.
    I cannot stand the Kanger T3, I got a bad one and it never worked right and leaked.
    Stardusts are nice and look good on the top of the twist
  7. Kopfstimmen

    Kopfstimmen Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2012
    Atomizers are good for "tasting" juice, Clearomizers are good for day long use. Others will disagree, but that's my two cents. :)
  8. Couture

    Couture Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 5, 2012
    Berea, Ohio
    ^^What he said^^
  9. m4sterch3f

    m4sterch3f Full Member

    Dec 13, 2012
    bought an ecab back in december so far been liking the atty. Minor inconvenience if you let the tanks get too low you get a burnt taste. Sometimes happen when still liquid in tank. I guess its from maybe the atty getting clogged up? I have not tried a clearomizer only the cartos on my other auto sdkeyring but as long as you have your juice with you its a matter of filling up the tank which takes only a couple seconds.
  10. Paulette

    Paulette Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 22, 2012
    m4sterch3f, you really should try a vivi nova or a CE5 clearomizer. I think you will be amazed by the additional flavor you get. And once you decide to upgrade -- get a variable voltage battery. The Twists are great and are not much more than a non-vv battery!
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