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  1. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I have two eGo batts...one an EVOD which I love with my ProTank II Mini after a little trial and error. I also have a Kamry 101 with both single coil and ProTank. I prefer the coil for flavor but hate dripping so often so I only use it at home. The tank on it does not do much or me. I suspect you will all suggest an MVP2 or the like, but I am willing for other input! What is next?:glare:
     
  2. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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  3. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The IBT carto tank brigade rides again! ;-)
     
  4. gotch23

    gotch23 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    You love the taste of dripping, but you hate the hassle?

    Then take a look at the REO, same great taste thanks
    to bottom-feeding.
    It's a rock-solid mechanical mod as well. The Reomizer that
    goes with it is a great RDA. Ceramic bottom for extra pure
    flavor.
     
  5. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    My B&M always tells me to avoid cartos for some reason. Why?
     
  6. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    They don't make money on cartos, they're extremely cheap compared to clearomizers. That's why they charge up to $5 per carto, when you can buy them for less than $2 online.

    They make more profit on the more expensive clearomizers, like a Protank for $20 or more.

    And most inexperienced vape shop employees know nothing about cartotanks.
     
  7. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    They say cartos are more high maintenance than dripping. True? I trust you guys here more than them.
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  8. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't know who "they" is... but they are confusing tank cartomizers with... I have no idea what. Perhaps dripping cartomizers - which are similar, but not the same.
     
  9. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I need to educate myself, apparently. You guys are so awesome
     
  10. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Actually, nothing is simpler than dripping on a cartomizer. Very little maintanance involved other than perhaps soaking the atty in some pure grain alcohol occassionally. The act of dripping can just be tedious and inconvenient. ProVape Electronic Cigarette Atomizers & Cartomizers Refill and Instructional Video - YouTube

    There is no maintanance with a cartomizer. Just refill when needed. Considered to be a disposable device after a short period of time.
    How To Fill A 510 Cartomizer (Electronic Cigarette) - YouTube

    Cartotanks also have no maintanance once set up. Just refill the tank when it becomes empty. Replace the carto when it needs to be replaced with a new one. Cartotank Setup Guide
     
  11. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Do I need to maintain as much as dripping? I'm thinking of an MVP for ease of use during the day. I thought it looked hideous but now I think it is kinda cool.
     
  12. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    MVP 2.0 and a IBT 22mm carto tank, with a Boge or Ikenvape cartomizer is a set it and forget it set-up. The carto will last 4-10 days... then toss in a new $1.10 - $1.80 carto and you're back in business. Simple huh? ;-)
     
  13. Imperialbeachboy

    Imperialbeachboy Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've been wanting to try one. i use 100% vg. will it cause any issues with a carto tank?
     
  14. sollymay

    sollymay Full Member

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    IMO, cartos are convenient, but at the same time, the flavor is soooooooo much better on anything else. If you are willing to try something new, I would go with the new Aspire BDC. It is really good flavor wise and at the same time, it performs well. Notice that there are two resistance values. 2.0 and 1.8 ohm. Depending on your personal setup, i would go with either one.
     
  15. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    That is impossible to say without actually trying it. 100% vg is often considered to be thicker consistancy, but all-vg liquids differ in their consistancy. I've used 100% vg in cartotanks and not had issues with wicking, but others have reported that they have.
     
  16. Rabbit Chaser

    Rabbit Chaser Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Great suggestions...I think it may be time to venture beyond my local shops.
     
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