NETs and EVODS = Bad :(

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  1. RPGZealot

    RPGZealot Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't know where else to put this, but I'm really only enjoying NETs and my EVOD (and MPT2s) are not handling it well. That is, I need to swap out coils 2-3 times a day to keep the flavor right, which isn't very cost effective.

    I'm currently using an MVP2.

    My question is: what can I (should I) be using to get the most mileage out of NETs?
     
  2. Topacka

    Topacka Super Member ECF Veteran

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    What's the pg/vg ratio?

    You could rebuild your heads w/ a micro coil and cotton so you don't have to buy new ones.

    A dripper would fix your problem too.
     
  3. Foodacris

    Foodacris Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    You haven't even tasted an NET until you've dripped it
     
  4. RPGZealot

    RPGZealot Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've rewicked with cotton to no avail.

    How does one get started dripping? This bit I got from MBV was a nightmare. Terrifying.
     
  5. Topacka

    Topacka Super Member ECF Veteran

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    You could buy an rda like the mini smok rda, or the igo l or igo w on the cheap and try your hand at rebuilding, see how you like it. Those are all drippers.
     
  6. Foodacris

    Foodacris Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Try out either the Igo-L or Igo-W. Can't go wrong with either. All you need after that is the kanthal and cotton or whichever wick you choose. The simplicity is the beauty of it all.

    Also, I do recommend getting the air holes drilled out a little. It's not a must, but people do tend to like RDAs to be just a tad airier than most clearos or tanks. They don't need to be huge like you're trying to blow clouds or anything, but the stock air holes on the Igos are pretty darn tiny. Kidney Puncher will actually pre-drill them before they ship them out to you if you want.
     
  7. RPGZealot

    RPGZealot Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Do either of you know of a beginners guide to RDAs?
     
  8. Topacka

    Topacka Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Don't know of any guides, but you should read the stickies in the rebuildable section, and watch a ton of videos on YouTube. Read up on battery safety, make sure you're familiar with ohms law. Might seem like more work than it's worth, but it's not.
     
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    Foodacris Senior Member ECF Veteran

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  10. ScottP

    ScottP Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    What is a NET? Is it something like WTA?
     
  11. yellowrider

    yellowrider Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Naturally Extracted Tobacco.
     
  12. Topacka

    Topacka Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Natural extraction tobacco. Full tobacco alkaloids, not just nic.

    Women's Tennis Association?
     
  13. ScottP

    ScottP Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    WTA = whole tobacco alkaloid. So it sounds basically the same. Thanks.
     
  14. RPGZealot

    RPGZealot Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    So, I ordered an IGO-L (as it looked pretty simple) to start with. We'll see how it goes. Thanks again!
     
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