What's the best rebuildable to start with.

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by MiPaDo, Oct 29, 2013.

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  1. MiPaDo

    MiPaDo Full Member

    Something durable, well laid out, and popular enough to have a good amou t of support

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  2. rotku

    rotku Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I started with the Igo-l rebuildable dripping atty. Single coil, easy to work with, well built.
     
  3. papabogart

    papabogart Super Member ECF Veteran

    You need to be more specific. Rebuildable dripper, tank what? :)
     
  4. Klatuso

    Klatuso Full Member

  5. Exhaler

    Exhaler Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Start small go with a single coil RDA. IGO-L is the best there.
     
  6. BigErn

    BigErn Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    GP Spheroid. Silica wick, resistance wire, SERA filler (all of which will come with the Spheroid, if you order it new). I think you can find a review from that Grim Green guy on YouTube, and he had never used a rebuildable before. That is my :2c:
     
  7. sigtausteve

    sigtausteve Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Igo L all day. Any single coil is good to start with. Usually people "graduate" to a dual coil setup. I went with a dual coil capable atty and began with building single coils. I started with an IGO- W. Just my opinion






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  8. MiPaDo

    MiPaDo Full Member

    Igo-L it is. Any ECF vendors to recommend? Love to give back to the community I seem to spend a good portion of my internet time on

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  9. rotku

    rotku Super Member ECF Veteran

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  10. StarDose

    StarDose Super Member ECF Veteran

    If your not in a rush fasttech has the igo-l for like $6 I think and comes with a nice drip tip. Seems better than the igo-l I bought locally since the airhole is higher.

    Otherwise the trident from there is better and has adjustable airflow that actually works.
     
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