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Suggest a rebuildable atomizer for my evic?

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  1. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 25, 2013
    Arlington, Texas - USA
    Hi there.. I'm a cigar smoker, never smoked cigarettes. Not trying to quit cigars, just enjoying vaping.

    I'm a tech guy so I bought the evic.. looked cool, I got a deal, so why not.

    I've been using EVODs and Pro Tank 2's. I'm jealous when I see the mech mods produce so much vapor. Would getting in to a rebuildable non-dripping atomizer be worth it? Would I then be able to produce enormous clouds of vapor?

    I chain vape a lot. So dripping isn't appealing to me... I want to fill it and vape for a while before refilling.

    Any advice or suggestions?

    Galaxy S3, DarthStalker ROM & Kinetic Pulse Kernel.. Perfection.
  2. MPGTucker

    MPGTucker Full Member

    Sep 21, 2013
    Arlington, TX, USA
    I'm not 100% sure the evic will make the clouds you're looking for, but I may be wrong. From what I understand and have experienced myself, you need a mechanical mod to get clouds. I'm currently running a Just GG with an IGO-W at .5 ohms. Math on a fresh battery works out to about 45w. On a clear day with a slight, steady breeze I can make a cloud the size of a person floating down the street.

    Edit: Woah! Just noticed your location, what vape shop did you get it at?
  3. mackman

    mackman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 19, 2013
    Well I had an eVic and yes you can produce clouds with it. But vaping is more than clouds (another post). My recommendation for you starting out is to get a Smoktech RSST. Clone of an AC9. Very easy to wick and coil and very forgiving for someone less experienced in rebuildables. I still use them and built right will produce the "clouds" you are looking for.
  4. Ainokea

    Ainokea Full Member Verified Member

    Mar 11, 2010
    I recently got the Igo-W to experiment with, so far i've only built a single coil but it has the option for dual. Price is pretty good, less than 15bux. It's mostly just home use since i don't like dripping on the go.
  5. Keviedee

    Keviedee Full Member

    I'll second the RSST, great flavor, vapour and really easy to build.
  6. VegasDealer

    VegasDealer Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 14, 2013
    Las Vegas
    I LOVE my eVic with a ProTank (2.5ml capacity bcc) and 3400mah passthrough battery

    I get more vapor than an analog and the VV/VW adjustments fine tune the taste of any juice
  7. TheOrchidMan

    TheOrchidMan Unregistered Supplier

    Mar 12, 2013
    Clearwater, FL, USA
    I'll third the RSST, the thing is dynomite. SS mesh on there and your flavor is perfecto.
  8. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2013
    I recommend the AGI. RBA+RDA.
  9. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 25, 2013
    Arlington, Texas - USA
    Anyone happen to have any links? Since I'm new, I still get a little lost with the acronyms and abbreviations. :)
  10. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 25, 2013
    Arlington, Texas - USA
    I bought it from 7H smoke shop on Matlock (near Fry's Electronics). There are 3 smoke shops on that side of the road, all (pretty much) within walking distance of each other...LMAO.. However 3D smoke and 7H are the only ones I go to.. I won't bash the other one, I'll just say I'm not a fan. 7H is near Bardin and Matlock, next to the Raceway (formerly RaceTrac) gas station. Another place that has evics is Star Pipe & Hookah on S. Collins street (and pioneer pkwy).

    So far I really like my Evic. Bought the 3400mah green ICR battery from Artisan Vapor, I can vape ALL DAY LONG... Easily go thru 2 ProTanks... I tend to vape at higher voltage/wattage because I like the intense flavor and vapor, being a cigar smoker (and full bodied cigars at that) I like strong, intense flavor.

    If you've never been there yet, you'll need to check out Vixen Vapor on Park Row, they have (IMO) the best eJuice in town. And their prices are pretty good too.....

    Where have you been shopping?
  11. IMFire3605

    IMFire3605 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    May 3, 2013
    Peoria, Arizona, US
    Well, I'll chip in as a third to say the RSST as well for its simplicity.

    RSST Genesis Tank

    However, as a Protank owner myself, you can with a little practice and right rebuilding supplies rebuild those heads and produce good clouds if done right.
  12. DKP#

    DKP# Super Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 27, 2012
    Missouri, USA
  13. crxess

    crxess Grumpy Ole Man Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 20, 2012
    Williamsport Md
    Well, I still prefer my RSST on a Mech or the Vamo(Stacked) pushing higher watts. However since switching the wick to Hybid Silica/500 Mesh, I may have to revisit the eVic combo.

    I was going to suggest an Ithaka Tank or Eternity in Dripping mode. 30-45 Drops last a while.
  14. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2013
  15. MPGTucker

    MPGTucker Full Member

    Sep 21, 2013
    Arlington, TX, USA
    I used to go to Vixen regularly, I live near Park Row and Bowen so when I had time I literally walked. Just last month I started going to Rock 'n Roll over on 20 and Green Oaks. The owner is awesome. At the time they were carrying mechanicals and Vixen wasn't. As far as I know Vixen still doesn't carry rebuildables or supplies. Not only does Rock 'n Roll carry better hardware, if you buy a rebuildable they will teach you to build it on the device you buy, so you walk out the door with a working piece and the knowledge needed to keep it running.

    As for fluid, I really liked Vixen and wanted to keep going, but yet again Rock 'n Roll won me over there too. The only other I've tried was Twisted across from the mall and I didn't like it at all. The great thing about Rock 'n Roll is that after you've built up a reputation there they will do custom flavors for you. After going for a few weeks I took a cup of Mountain Dew Baja Blast from Taco Bell in to their flavor mixer and she sent me home with a bottle of "Arizona Bay". Perfect flavor replica. They also have a Pumpkin Spice that's out of this world, and their new "Frog Juice Smoothie" (I think) is super tasty. If you want a good Tobacco flavor they have one called "Stand & Deliver", my girlfriend enjoys smoking cigars on occasion and absolutely loves it.

    Of course, saving the best for last, Rock 'n Roll is also open until 9PM so I can actually get there if I leave work in White Settlement at 7PM, and tonight is double rewards points night. If you decide to make your way over there today, you might catch me hanging out in about an hour or so, I can't turn down a deal on fluid discounts.
  16. Bill's Magic Vapor

    Bill's Magic Vapor Juice Maker Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 8, 2013
    Hard to beat the Genesis style atomizer as a first rebuildable. Harder still to beat the wonderful AC9 clone, the RSST. A lot of flexibility in the wicking that can be done, which is at least half the fun. So, I guess I what, I sixth or seventh the RSST as a recommended first RBA. The considerably more expensive kayfun and clones are silica/cotton wickable, and I think, even easier to wick than the RSST, but I wouldn't recommend you start there. The universal appeal of the RSST is well known on this Forum. I have one, learned on it, and did fall in love with RBA's because of it. I'm not nearly as fancy in my setups as many of my friends, but I suppose I'll try many other setups over time. I'm still trying to perfect microcoils, lol. Best of luck to you!
  17. CrimsonJack

    CrimsonJack Ursus Praedonum Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 5, 2013
    The Vobbit Hole
    I'll add my voice to the RSST recommendations, with a little added advice: Do your research! Rebuildables aren't the plug and play experience of clearos and cartos, there are some dangers if you don't know what you are doing with regards to resistance and battery safety. The evic has plenty of built in protection, but you should still have a good idea of what you are doing going in. There is a metric ton of info here on ECF, and lots of good tutorials on youtube. pbusardo does reviews of a couple of different good beginning genesis atomizers, the RSST and the AGA-T, and watching him build the wicks and coils should give you an idea of what you are getting into with these. Good luck!

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