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  1. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi all,

    I posted a similar thread in the uk, And i am getting no response, so i hope someone can help me here. What are some of these drippers also known as ?

    As an example the V5 is also known as ?
    http://fasttechcdn.com/products/136/1363601/1363601-9-thumb.jpg Just for another example, If i wanted say, an aga t, what should i be looking at.

    Sorry if i have confused anyone, I confuse myself sometimes lol, but i want to get back into dripping and have something That is easy to rebuild.

    I still have my original phoenix, But it is just too tiny to work with so i would like something a bit bigger,what performs well.

    Thanks in advance.

    Terry
     
  2. Exile

    Exile Super Member ECF Veteran

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    That looks like a clone of a IGO-L. Which from everything that I have researched the IGO-L seems to be the best and most popular dripping atomizer out right now...

    IGO-L Rebuildable Atomizer
     
  3. Statistic

    Statistic REOnaughty Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Can't go wrong with an IGO-L, everyone should have at least one ;)
     
  4. superdupergan

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    Does anyone know of any high end drippers? I currently use a kato mechanical and I have a roller as matte finish only order I want something that has pretty good build quality for the roller and the kato. Any recommendations out there?
     
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    looks more like a nimbus clone or something to me
     
  6. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Great thanks guys, that is exactly the response i was hoping to get. Have you got any idea's about any of the other drippers (names) from fasttech ?
     
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    HandbananA Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    v9 looks cool
     
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  9. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks,
    Have you tried this one ?
     
  10. Thrasher

    Thrasher ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    the v5 is a nimbus clone and works great, the yk1 is a cyclone copy and works awesome.

    I will give the igo its due it is made very well but the few i have experience seem to all have the airhole too low and drive me nuts.


    if your talkiing about the high end version then it would be a DID or cobra.
     
  11. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Cheers for That thrasher,
    Most helpful, i will get a V5 and a YK1. I love dripping but my Phoenix is just too damn small to work with. When i have had it running though with a decent wick/coil it was fantastic.

    Thanks again,

    Terry
     
  12. TheSystemHasFailed

    TheSystemHasFailed Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Thrash, I thought I was the only one.
    Do you also roll the air-hole to the bottom sometimes and take a non-powered draw to see if there is gurgling? I do, it tells me my silica is still wet enough. :facepalm:
     
  13. Thrasher

    Thrasher ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    let you know now the yk1 is small but the whole top pops off and has holes in the posts so while being small it is easier to work on then trying to wrap wire on screw heads. wrap a coil insert legs into the holes and tighten them down. the v5 is about 21mm wide and same thing - holes in the posts, it def makes life easier.

    V5 deck
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    yk1 deck
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    open the airholes - just a touch - and storm clouds rolling in....................
     
  14. TheSystemHasFailed

    TheSystemHasFailed Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    That too ^^, why can't the IGO-L have holes in the posts. So hard to get a good coil on some fat 0.7 ribbon.
    Temco bra!
     
  15. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The V5 looks a little easier to work with,as the posts seem to be further apart.

    Am i correct with my assumption ? Also thrash,what is the difference between a rba and an rda ?

    I can`t seem to find the yk1:blink:
     
  16. Thrasher

    Thrasher ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    $5.93 YK1 KTS Stainless Steel Electronic Cigarette Atomizer at FastTech - Worldwide Free Shipping

    RBA rebuildale atomizer (like a geni)
    RDA rebuildable dripping atomizer.
    as time goes by its it makes it easier to quickly describe the difference.

    the Yk1 is smaller but i find its not too bad strapped to a mod and having the holes in the posts.

    got a phoenix also, they are nice little drippers and i keep it in my bag set up just in case but with my kayfun and v5 im set for the road.
     
  17. terry w

    terry w Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks yet again thrash,

    I think i will get with the V5 x 1 airhole, and 1 x 3 airhole

    The yk1 is too tiny like my phoenix V1. I always had trouble building that with my sausage fingers.
     
  18. roundrock

    roundrock Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thrasher, I want to buy some, but I don't know how to wrap a coil. Do you know 1) where I might purchase some already coiled until I learn and 2) what materials are best to buy while I'm learning?

    You have been recommended as the go-to guy for all info re: dripping attys for newbies. :) TIA

     
  19. drrickso

    drrickso Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nimbus is a good high end RDA
     
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