eBaron Dripper Spiral RBA

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  1. Technonut

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    Anyone else get the eBaron Dripper Spiral RBA while they were in stock?

    eBaron Dripper Spiral

    I read a couple of reviews / posts on other forums that discussed successfully feeding the eBaron Dripper Spiral on a Grand, and another bottom-fed mod. :) ;)

    I have one on the way, and figure I'll be able to vape awhile in-between squonks with this one...:vapor: I also like the ceramic cup setup.. I found a vid on DIY coil rebuilding for this, and also found Cisco's pre-wound wick / coils which should work at only $6.99 for 5 of them... Rebuildable Atomizer Coils With Non-Resistance Leads - Avid Vaper :)



    EDIT: Here's A Review:

    REVIEW OF THE eBARRON DRIPPING ATOMISER FOR ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES - YouTube

     
  2. hildicat

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    Beat me to the punch! I saw this as well and was about to post about it. Seems like it should work well and allow for the familiar blind squonk, thought it looks like it will only fit the Grand.

    I was on the site and about to pull the trigger, then I realized it was gonna cost me about $75. Glad you took the plunge first. Let us know how you like it. If its great I might have to try one as well, but right now I have more RBA's than REO's...
    Its getting a little crazy!
     
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    Sure thing.... I'll post my experience after it arrives. :) I've read where folks are using only Kanthal for rebuilds instead of no-resistance / resistance wires, and are having good results.

    I think the Dripper Spiral is going to be a very nice RBA due to it's design, and will work well for the Grand / VVG... ;)
     
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    Anxiously awaiting your experience. I left a comment on the Youtube video asking for outside diameter measurement of base. It would be incredible if it would fit the REO Mini. Nice and short.

    Hugs, Feisty Alice
     
  5. redeyedancer

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    I to am curious awaiting your feed back
     
  6. 4mudski

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    Will this ever end???
     
  7. redeyedancer

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    Nope rbas are here the market will be flooded with them I seen it coming
     
  8. hildicat

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    Wondering if you've gotten your Spiral yet? Looks like they're in stock...

     
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    Still waiting on it to be delivered... Hopefully, (If no problem with Customs) this week sometime.
     
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    hey lee have you got any of the A7s ?
     
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    Hey Scott... No, I don't have any A7's, (Yet) But I'll probably end up with one sooner or later. :) ;)
     
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    I think the a7 is crap . I have had no luck with it...little vapor . Constant burnt taste. I've tried premade coils and making my own
     
  13. Technonut

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    I thought the slow boat ran from China, not England.... :confused: I DID receive my El Toro juice (Also in England) order today, which was placed one day before the Spiral..... Soooo, hopefully the Spiral will arrive before the end of the week. :)
     
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    The A-7 is NOT crap! It is very well made, easy for building coils, and seems to hold up well.

    The problems you have noted, burnt taste, and little vapor, reflect the coil and the amount of juice. I can also get a burnt taste if I don't squonk enough juice in. I can also get reduced vapor if there is not enough juice or the coil is not matching good to the setting on my REO.

    The atty just holds the coil, and directs air flow and current to the coil. All other parameters are left to the user.

    I have made coils that are worse than others. I have made coils that were to low ohm. I have let a wick get too dry. It is all a learning process. I think the RBA can fine tune the performance but it can't juice the coil when needed!

    I find the A-7 and the Reomizer I have to both give great results as long as I, the user, supply them the right things to produce.
     
  15. Sterno

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    i like the A7 works great for me :)
     
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    I have ERAs, REOmizers, Vision Eternety, Hornet (more on the way), A7s and tank style iAtty and ScubagenUSs. None of those are crap including A7. (2 x German Surface hopefully arriving in next couple weeks.)

    A lot of people cannot afford the much higher priced RBAs and don't NEED to. Plenty of people using and enjoying much more affordable A7s. And fix'n to save loads of money not spent on throw away attys/cartos.

    Feisty Alice
     
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    Taste with the A7 RBA, and similar builds, has more to do with wick/coil built by user.

    The A7s did ship with some manufacturing residue that affects taste. Many of us boiled them to rid the contaminates. I'm going on one week using coil that came with torched A7, dryburned to clean gunked coil/wick at least five times. I will add that three of the five coils that came installed were defective but that is no indication of build quality of RBA.

    Feisty Alice
     
  18. Technonut

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    Well, the Spiral FINALLY arrived today.... :) It appears to be very good quality, and has a wick / coil already installed. There is also an extra one made up, complete with the ceramic.

    This is about the same diameter as the ERA, so it will fit the Grand, and VVG. I have not juiced it up yet in my VVG. I may take some pics of it along with the ERA for comparison, and post them up later today, or in the AM, then get squonkin' with it to see how it vapes..... ;)
     
  19. Sterno

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    pics pics pics want to see what it looks like Lee
     
  20. Sterno

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    does this rba have an air hole in the cap or is it in the threads like the A7 ?
     
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