What's the best E-Pipe out there?

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  1. Dharma

    Dharma Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I haven't updated my vape devices in a while and I'd still like a good E-pipe. About six months ago, the only options on the market were waaaaay overpriced, often out of stock, and some with an uncomfortable pin button. I'd love to see a model that's affordable and works great. I'd be up for small or large sellers, or even a trade. I do have a lot of 510 devices, so it would be nice for it to be 510 compatible. Let me know if anything's out there for Xmas. Thanks
     
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    tycoonflynn Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    it sounds like you have already been to epipemods.com. if not, check it out. They do have some really cool stuff.
     
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    Dane Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    It looks to me as a DSE601 under a new name; but could very well be the same ..... I've had at least 10 DSE 601, no one lasted longer then a month. You get what you pay for :glare:

    Now I have 3 epipemods, and right they are almost out of stock, and you know why: It's a damn good pipe :)

    is it to expensive?? No of course not - it works :rolleyes:

    I also have a Sunpipe from del-sole.it . It's also a very fine pipe. High quality workmansship and just works.

    Both are with 510 thread, and for me they works very fine with Ego Mega dual coil cartomizers.
     
  5. Dharma

    Dharma Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yeah, the DSE601 would work if only it didn't have the built in atomizer, right? That's too bad. The epipemods and the jazz's are cool, but they are just way too steep for me at this point, so I can't afford them. Hopefully, more 510 options will come available next year.
     
  6. ChaosAffect

    ChaosAffect Moved On ECF Veteran

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    Sunpipes.net. They make some great looking pipes. Only problem is figuring out what's in stock!
     
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    Dane Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    For me the biggest problem was the automatic vacuum valve. An epipe should be manually. I have also, a couple of months ago, had the brand new Ruyan epipe. It only lasted one week, then the vaccum valve ceased to function, and the price was $300 :-(
     
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    Dane Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    You think so?? I think it's easy to see on sunpipe.net which pipes are sold out, as it is printed on the photo of the pipe.
     
  9. ChaosAffect

    ChaosAffect Moved On ECF Veteran

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    The problem is when you actually go to order the ones that Sunpipes shows as in stock are not in stock at Del-Sole, the site that actually sells them. It's kind of a weird setup. Try adding something to your cart and you'll see, unless they fixed it last night. I actually ordered and paid for one last night and it turns out it was already sold, so now I'm working with Paolo over there to make it right. Great CS, BTW.
     
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    Dane Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I bought mine Sunpipe a couple of month ago, and everything works fin. BTW the owner Paolo is a very nice guy and writes english much better than me.
     
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    I'm very glad for that. My Italian is terrible. He got back to me right away about the mixup, and has offered a great solution. Now I've just got to figure out which pipes are in stock!
     
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    Dane Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    If you want to use the Ego Mega dual cart, you must tell him, because you then need to have a special mouthpiece. I got my mouthpiece without paying extra.
     
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    I tend to stick with regular 510. I'm planning to run it with a LR carto tank.
     
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    Dharma Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The price point on sunpipes is just as high or higher, damn... but they do look nice.
     
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    yvilla Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For a less expensive pipe (after you convert pounds to dollars, they will run to approximately $65.00 to $70.00 total, depending on shipping cost to US), you might want to check out UK Vapers forum member Mikrosoft. Here's the thread for his current pipe style, which charges with an ego charger: [FS] Mikro ego pipe - UK Vapers

    If you are interested, you might want to join the forum and then send him a PM; that's what I did.
     
  16. ChaosAffect

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    The non-removable battery kills it for me. An unregulated 18350 would give me about 4-5 hours of vape time (research monkey style!) and then I wouldn't be able to use it again for another couple of hours. I wish someone would just start modding existing pipes into 18350 models using the same type of setup as epipemods and sunpipes.
     
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    yvilla Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I agree with you Chaos, that his newer style with the sealed battery is not as attractive an option. I was lucky enough to get one of his earlier series, that looks just the same, but that has a removeable 18350 battery. That is perfect as a much less expensive pipe, as compared to an epipemod. But of course for beauty and an all hand-made device, Matt's epipemods cannot be beat.
     
  18. ChaosAffect

    ChaosAffect Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I dunno. Those Sunpipes are pretty impressive too. I guess I'll just have to wait until I have both to make the comparison!
     
  19. yvilla

    yvilla Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I didn't mean to put down the Sunpipes - I was only comparing Mikro's less expensive modding of existing, mass produced pipes, which are great for that price bracket, with Matt's all hand-made creations. The Sunpipes are definitely in the same league with Matt's epipemods, in terms of beauty AND price.
     
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