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Smok epipe?

Discussion in 'E-Pipe Models' started by danca90, Sep 18, 2013.

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  1. danca90

    danca90 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Does anyone have this? I'm thinking this will be my first mod. Once I feel I've learned enough. Looks really simple, and pretty darn cool.
     
  2. ghola1was

    ghola1was Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I like it. Maybe pick up a 510-Ego adaptor while you're at it for compatibility, the Ego well is not wide enough to accommodate all Ego threaded tanks.

    <The pic to the left shows an e pipe with MT3S and adaptor.
     
  3. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    It would be great if it was a little longer to work with kicks I know about. Have you been able to kick yours?
     
  4. retired1

    retired1 Curmudgeon Admin Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Moved to E-Pipe models.
     
  5. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Well, since you didn't get a reply, for a first mod I'm big on recommending regulated devices. If you've been using a variable voltage ego or something of that nature and you don't care for vari-volt, which I don't see how it can be the case when first starting out, then it would be good for you. I asked above if there are any kicks that would work with the size restriction of this pipe, but there's been no response. Without a kick, there will be no voltage regulation, so your voltage will drop with your battery from start to finish. It's a really solid, compact mod. Unfortunately, I don't think many people in the pipe forum will be able to answer this. People in this forum love their lovely pipe mods, and this doesn't really fit the bill so much.

    You can find good regulated mods for around the same price if that was what the decision was formulated around.
     
  6. aznzing03

    aznzing03 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    There is no room for a kick in the Smok pipes. Even with a flat top 18350 which is recommend to use in those.
     
  7. aznzing03

    aznzing03 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Do you mean your first MOD ever? Or your first mech mod?
     
  8. Burn14me

    Burn14me Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Have one and use with a dripper so its like loading a pipe. Reminds me of using grampas corn cob pipe (!!memories!!)

    Get ready to replace batteries 18350 don't last very long
     
  9. danca90

    danca90 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    First ever.
     
  10. jandrew

    jandrew Full Member

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    I have the clone (from fasttech) of the Smok epipe, and use it daily with a Vision ET rda:

    pipe.jpg

    cheers,
    andrew
     
  11. RuhneC30D2

    RuhneC30D2 Full Member Verified Member

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    I have it with a iclear16 nice
     
  12. MrBraaten

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    Does the FastTech E-pipe Clone work allright, or does it feel cheap? Anyone got any tips on which 18350 flat tops to use?
     
  13. danca90

    danca90 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    It doesn't have a hot spring. That was enough to scare me away. But man, I am loving the smok.
     
  14. victoriadon

    victoriadon Full Member

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    I would use AW IMR Batteries. After seeing the pic Vision ET rda I might get one and dig out my ETERNITY again
     
  15. Janusxvii

    Janusxvii Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I just came across an extension cap on LiteCig. I guess with one cap you can use an 18500 and with tow an 18650. This makes me think that MAYBE you could use one to accommodate a Kick. Does anyone have any knowledge or experience on this? I've been looking for a power regulated e-pipe for a while now, and this might be a winner if I could find a way to Kick it.

    http://www.litecigusa.net/Smoktech_Pipe_Mod_Battery_Extension_p/smok-pipe-extension.htm
     
  16. gayhalo

    gayhalo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes just ordered an extension tube and a kick. One extension will take a 350 plus kick or a 500. 2 tubes will take a 500 plus kick or a 650. Not received yet I will let you know how I get on.
    On batteries I have button top batteries which are fine you just have to put them in upside down. When I put the kick in it will be in the bottom of the battery space where the screw cap is. I hope to use the screw cap to get at the kick and take the extension off to change batteries.
    I have done this because I love my MVP but it is toooooo big to take out .... I love the pipe as it fits in my pocket so well.
    I hope to let you know next week.
     
  17. gayhalo

    gayhalo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Ok. Parts received. The kick does not fit with a 350 battery and one extension. Either it's too short or my battery too long. The extension tube is too large inside diameter to allow the negative contact of the click to touch the side. There is a plastic tube in the battery compartment of the pipe so although the diameter is correct there is no electrical contact. Not going well so far. I will find out from the suppliers if the flat top 350s are shorter than the button top. If I can physically get the kick and battery in I can use some copper shim inside the battery compartment to get the negative up to the click.
     
  18. Janusxvii

    Janusxvii Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    That's unfortunate. I have an open support request right now with LiteCig asking if it could be done. They are out of kicks right now so it is pending them getting them back in stock. Let me know if you find a way to get it to work. It looks like a nice little pipe for a good price... I just wish it was VW.
     
  19. danca90

    danca90 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    My flat top measured at 3.5 cm.
     
  20. LeftHandBlack

    LeftHandBlack Super Member ECF Veteran

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    My Brother got one last weekend and loves it! It is the Smoktech Pipe mod. And like others have stated yes a ego to 510 adapter is handy. He uses the Mini Protank on his and with the longer stem it looks very much like a pipe. He gets good vapor from it and its very portable in size. There are a couple of different brands available on Ebay and even more elaborate kits.
     
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