Titanide Themis Coming soon to Cloud9Vaping!

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  1. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    We've got some Vaping bling coming to Cloud9

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    Featuring an alluring fluid shape, the Themis is precision manufactured from Titanium and 24-carat gold-plated brass.
    The all-titanium models feature the classic titanium body with titanium cap and locking ferrule, and the titanium & gold-plated models feature 24k gold-plated brass cap and locking ferrule.
    Every model posesses a 24k gold-plated brass button into which a slice of abalone shell has been inset, thereby making every single device as unique as its owner.

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    Features

    • Gorgeous wavy body in durable, hard-wearing titanium
    • Available in 10440, 14500 and 18650 form factors
    • Accents either in Titanium or 24k gold-plated brass according to chosen model
    • Attractive lasered Titanide logo vent hole
    • Unique natural abalone shell inset button
    • Completely sealed 510 style atomiser cap with grooves for airflow when using tanks
    • 24k gold-plated contacts in the atomiser cap
    • Super soft spring
    • Locking ferrule
    • Precision-manufactured and beautifully hand-finished in FRANCE
    • Packaged in a hard sided Titanide presentation case
    • Lifetime warranty

    Expected in early October

    Sign up to our Titanide Themis newsletter to hear as soon as they arrive
     
  2. JunkyRock13

    JunkyRock13 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Looking pretty cool, just seen one on elixirtv, and it looks awesome, just going to be up there in price!!
     
  3. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    They are absolutely beautiful, and although these materials and workmanship don't come cheap, they are still great value.
     
  4. vaptamist

    vaptamist Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've been drooling over these for awhile - glad to see you're going to carry them!
     
  5. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Thanks vaptamist, only the best here, you know that. :)
     
  6. Scottinboca

    Scottinboca Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Very beautiful PV's!!!
     
  7. geogeeekgirl

    geogeeekgirl Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    i really want one of these, but i am worried about what attie will go with it, as i would hate for such a beautiful mod to end up with an ugly attie on it.
     
  8. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Hiya Geo, they do look rather nice with some tanks, or even a plain steel carto or atomiser with a fancy drip tip. Titanide have mentioned to me that they intend to release other mods and possibly tanks and things, so who knows what lovely things they will come up with in the future. :)
     
  9. vapn

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  10. Adam the Aussie

    Adam the Aussie Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm considering getting a titanide and I'm tossing up between the 14500 and the 18650. I like the size of the 14500, but the question is can you put a kick in the 18650 model with an 18490 battery? If this it's possible I'll lean towards the bigger model.
     
  11. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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  12. Ulmer

    Ulmer Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nice mod but I would like to see what rebuildable atties look good on it.
     
  13. xplumberx

    xplumberx Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I have a themis 18 on the way... now I need a KICK and can not find them anywhere
     
  14. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    We should have kicks again when we reopen after our wedding period, I would assume the US suppliers would have them in stock fairly soon too.
     
  15. Magician of Music

    Magician of Music Moved On Verified Member

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    The 14500 is a perfect fit in my hand... Now been looking for the perfect top-piece setup. Mini DID is the best so far or it looks sweet with just an atty and drip shield.
     
  16. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I agree that the Mini DiD is an awesome match with the Themis 14. :)
     
  17. squire7

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  18. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Correct. The Themis 18 accepts either an 18650 or a kick plus IMR 18490/18500
     
  19. Tankman77

    Tankman77 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    How well do these devices stand on end with a tank attached? The bottom looks pretty narrow and the unit itself appears top heavy.....
    I love the elegant look and the gold accents really set it off!!!
     
  20. Lisaf01

    Lisaf01 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Not really designed for standing on end, Tankman, whether with or without a tank. They have an inlaid abalone shell slice in the end, it's more a "laying down" mod really.
     
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