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OFFICIAL AvidVaper.com HH.357 discussion thread

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  1. Cisco

    Cisco Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I thought it would be a good idea to keep all the discussion in one thread. Please post your experience (good or bad) hopefully Hanna or myself can work you through any issues. Everyone is welcome to offer their guidance or experience.

    Thanks everyone

    Cisco...
     
  2. MagnusEunson

    MagnusEunson Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Cisco, in another post somebody mentioned the innards of the bottom-feeder beta version being a Joye 306. As I'm only familiar w/ Cisco spec being Cisco, I was wondering if this is a different 306 in the bottom-feeder vs the standard HH or if it's a naming/predecessor issue I'm unfamiliar with? -Magnus
     
  3. cam6512002

    cam6512002 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    357 Review
    Throat Hit = Good
    Taste = Good (306/510 better but I do not like that atty)
    Vapor Production = Good (Cisco 306 from Advid is better but is too airy not air tight)
    Draw = Great (Best draw of any atty I tried)

    My atty leaks. (Every atty I have had has leaked though.........this one should not I am told)

    I highly reccomend this atty.
     
  4. tierrataz

    tierrataz Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    subscribing
     
  5. cam6512002

    cam6512002 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I do not understand why I can not find reviews on this atty................weird.
     
  6. ukeman

    ukeman PV Masher Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    lurking... curious if used with an amp protected VV pv... (Pro vari in my case)...

    i have no trouble with the 2.0 LR Hybrid as far as amps are concerned, but don't care too much for the atty as the vapor production is not so great imo.
     
  7. cr12

    cr12 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    So far:

    Good th
    Ok vapor production
    Leaks a lil (way less than most)
    Draw feels a little airy like it's right there but not quite (could be my old batts )
    Taste is not bad

    Using on various ego batts
     
  8. Katdarling

    Katdarling Tootle Puffer Kween ;) Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Subscribing also, to the official thread. Glad you started this one, Cisco.
     
  9. cam6512002

    cam6512002 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Are you hard headed? Just kidding.....I understand your concern.
    The 357 works on the Pro Vari from 3.3 to-4.2 Volts.
    E2 at 4.3..................
     
  10. cam6512002

    cam6512002 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    How long have you been using this atty? Mt vapor production has picked up after a couple of days. Let me know.

    BTW I am ruining all my shirts with leaking atties.
     
  11. cr12

    cr12 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Me too I have been Using it for about 30 hrs
     
  12. Cisco

    Cisco Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Could very well be, Cisco Spec atomizers were not officially a part of any beta versions. Hanna was making the original 357's from parts that people would send him, so they could have been from a Joye.

    You shouldn't call the 357's bottom feeder versions, I would refer to them as open center post as opposed to sealed center post. Open center post atomizers are for bottom feeders and non bottom feeders. The bottom feeder versions available at another vendor are designed for bottom feeders only and will probably leak on anything else. The new run we have coming next week will have an open center post and will work on anything including bottom feeders.

    Hope this clears up any confusion.

    Cisco
     
  13. Mudflap

    Mudflap Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For further clarification, I'm the poster that mentioned Hanna modded some attys for me using some Joye 1.5 Ω 306 attys I sent him.

    You summed it up nicely, Cisco. They have open center posts. And they work very well!
     
  14. H_Bomb

    H_Bomb Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    to the leakers:

    broken inner seal=

    leaking
    loss of flavor
    loss of vapor

    pretty much everything about this atty revolves around the seal, and dirrected airflow. This atty should not leak unless really flooded. Your battery may have pushed the positive post high enough to break the seal.
     
  15. MagnusEunson

    MagnusEunson Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thank you for the clarification. So the production versions do use Cisco 306s in this case, excellent.

    Open center post version. I'll work on remembering that, thanks, -Magnus
     
  16. cam6512002

    cam6512002 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    How do u know this? I think I have a broken seal. Thanks. What do I do now?
     
  17. H_Bomb

    H_Bomb Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    sorry should have introduced myself...this is Hanna. I make the 357.

    shoot me another e-mail cam.
     
  18. MagnusEunson

    MagnusEunson Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm sorry Hanna but is the seal issue something you can share w/ the rest of us for future reference? Or is it something proprietary you don't want to share publicly?

    Cisco, does the exchange policy cover if these ohm out too low and trigger errors on our Vvs? Or is there a voltage range already specified for use to keep it "in warranty" status? -Magnus
     
  19. Katdarling

    Katdarling Tootle Puffer Kween ;) Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi Hanna! Glad to see you on this thread. :)
     
  20. H_Bomb

    H_Bomb Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    the detailed workings of the seal is proprietary. The potential for this issue has been eliminated completely for future attys.

    when the seal is working and atty is full, when you draw from it with no power you should get a CRACKING type gurgle. This is the seal working and pulling fluid and air through the correct channel. you can kind of feel it when you hold the atty and do this.
     
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