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306 atty + 306 pyrex glass drip tip

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by LegioX, May 31, 2011.

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  1. LegioX

    LegioX Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 3, 2011
    New York
    Hiya. I am fairly new to dripping but with my provari and 306s coming in I figured it would be worth a shot to drip primarily until one of the CE version cartos gets it right.

    I just have a question about this drip tip ( TheEcig.com is proud to announce the FIRST EVER PYREX DRIP TIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!They have been hand blown by are partners at Garduno Glass!!! The most comfortable drip tip out there on the market!! The liquid drips easier and the airflow is phenome )

    From Smokie's review, it seems like 10-12 drops could just be loaded up into the glass chamber of the drip tip and provide consistent vaping for a good amount of puffs. Is it that easy?

    I know 3-4 drops is normal for a quick smoking session with the 306, but with extra drops that seems like the coolest thing ever. It won't drown the coil or anything like that? Obviously if you tilt it over the juice could spill, but when he called it a "mini-tank" I thought that was the coolest thing...just enough puffs for a good smoking session without redripping, and awesome flavor and vapor to boot!

    Anyway..just don't want mess anything up. I'm already going to attempt to de-wick my 306s, and I have no idea if I should de-bridge them as well, not sure if its necessary. Seems like it might make sense if using this method ? Bare metal sounds dangerous in some way though?

    Does anyone have one of the cobalt blue version of these? It looks fabulous but I was wondering if you can see through it at all?

    Thanks! I suggest people check that thing out if haven't already, it looks too cool.
     
  2. JWebb

    JWebb Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2011
    St. Louis USA
    I have the Provari and the pyrex tips from John and the 510 and 306's I still use about 4-5 drops, more than that seems to flood, at least for me.
     
  3. LegioX

    LegioX Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 3, 2011
    New York
    That's good to hear JWebb, sounds like enough drops. Will it hold less if the bridge is removed? I've been wondering if there any disadvantages to removing the bridge of a 306, and how doesn't the liquid leak through the air flow hole?
     
  4. Torqueguy

    Torqueguy Supplier's Manufacturer - Offline ECF Veteran

    May 14, 2011
    Central Virginia
    I've had two break in my hands while inserting on to the 306. There is no room for error with glass. If it's a tiny bit undersized, it will burst. If it's slightly oversized, it will fall off, leak etc. These need an internal o ring for compression
     
  5. Torqueguy

    Torqueguy Supplier's Manufacturer - Offline ECF Veteran

    May 14, 2011
    Central Virginia
    Further to this post, i just received a new glass tipnand its been redesigned and works like a charm
     
  6. sobero4

    sobero4 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 9, 2010
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    I can't see putting glass over metal. I do see these glass tips leaking more than the standard plastic or delrin drip tips... doesn't sound like an idea that ever should have left the ground to me.
     
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