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$28.20/Yosta Livepor 60 SE and 3ml IGVI T3 tank Kit - FS

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  1. BettyC

    BettyC Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Nov 25, 2014
    China
    Yosta Livepor 60 SE and 3ml IGVI T3 Atomizer Kit

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    Yosta Livepor 60 SE kit combines Livepor 60 SE box mod with IGVI T3 atomizer. The mod features 1500mah built-in capacity and support 60W maximum output. And it can be switchable with four modes: TCR mode,TC mode,VW mode and MECH mode. It comes with curved surface design that will bring you a perfect handle-touching. The atomizer is made of high quality pryex glass and can hold 3ml liquid. It also features top filling system and adjustable airflow control, 22mm diameter, 510 drip tip.


    Features:
    1. 22mm diameter
    2. 3ml liquid capacity
    3. Top filling system
    4. Adjustable airflow control
    5. 510 threading connection
    6. 5-60W various output
    7. TCR/TC/VW/MECH mode
    8. 1500mah built-in capacity
    9. OLED screen display
    10. One button operation
    11. Curved surface design, perfect hand-feeling
    12. Micro-USB charging port

    Package content:
    1×Livepor 60 SE Device
    1×IGVI T3 Atomizer
    1×Replacement Glass Tube
    1×Vape Band
    1×SS316 Coil(0.2Ω)
    1×8 Silicone Seal Ring
    1×Micro USB Cable
    1×User Manual
    1×Warranty Card
     
  2. pixiedust

    pixiedust Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 23, 2011
    Nevada
    How do you open the tank? I've tried pliers and it won't budge.
     
  3. BettyC

    BettyC Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Nov 25, 2014
    China
    Sorry for missing your reply here, my friend.
    1. Anytime, anything with threads got stuck, use rubber gloves, not pliers. If you squeeze pliers too hard, you may bend the shape of that part you are holding.
    2. the second option is to put your atomizer in freezer for few minuts and then unscrew it. metal is shrinking when exposed to cold, which helps threads to unscrew as well.
    Let me know if it works. Thanks!
     
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