801 vs 4072 atomizers

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    Hello, Sorry if this was answered before but I could not find a concise post through the search. Can anyone explain to me how to tell the difference between DSE801 and RN4072 atomizers? I have several different ones that fit both my DSE801 batteries and my Janty Stick V2, but have very different characteristics and cannot tell them apart!

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      Hello, Sorry if this was answered before but I could not find a concise post through the search. Can anyone explain to me how to tell the difference between DSE801 and RN4072 atomizers? I have several different ones that fit both my DSE801 batteries and my Janty Stick V2, but have very different characteristics and cannot tell them apart!

      Thanks!


      Daniel--An RN4072 has a low arch shaped bridge with 4 holes. It runs hotter then an 801 which many people like. The 801 has a higher pointed shape bridge and a lighter draw which some people prefer. IMO the BE112 is by far the best of both worlds--- www.bestecig.com.


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        Daniel--An RN4072 has a low arch shaped bridge with 4 holes. It runs hotter then an 801 which many people like. The 801 has a higher pointed shape bridge and a lighter draw which some people prefer. IMO the BE112 is by far the best of both worlds--- www.bestecig.com.


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        Thanks for the quick response! What are the characteristics of the BE112 and do they work with the normal DSE 801 batteries?

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          Thanks for the quick response! What are the characteristics of the BE112 and do they work with the normal DSE 801 batteries?

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          Daniel--nice draw--just right--runs hot enough but not to hot to be a juice hog, a pointed bridge that is lower then others and gives a great hit and the wiring inside uses a much thicker guage---it is a better buit unit all the way around IMO.


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            OK, so I ordered some 4072 atomizers and it turns out they are the high-bridge variety. I already notice I am having wicking problems and having to drip on the atomizer to keep it going ever few puffs.

            Any advice for the high-bridge atty?


            If you got a high bridge, then you did not get an RN4072 from First Union. The bridge on the RN4072 is low and arched shape.


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              OK, so I ordered some 4072 atomizers and it turns out they are the high-bridge variety. I already notice I am having wicking problems and having to drip on the atomizer to keep it going ever few puffs.

              Any advice for the high-bridge atty?
              i would also like to know about this. i just got 801 after using a 510 for 4 weeks and i took a new 801 cart and did the ptb mod and filled it up and after 2 normal puffs about 15 seconds apart it tastes really badly burnt and dry. my 510 has never acted like this. i have been fighting with this thing all day.
               
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                If you got a high bridge, then you did not get an RN4072 from First Union. The bridge on the RN4072 is low and arched shape.


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                I ordered the 4072s from e-smokey treats which were said to be 4072. On the connection end they have SLB BE and some numbers, guessing they are a serial of some sort.
                 

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                  SLB are definitely not 4072. You have the high bridge DSE801 (SLB) atomizers.

                  @6link - Flood the atty first and leave it sit for about 10-15 minutes so the wick can soak up the fluid. For some reason sellers are sending the atomizers out without any primer fluid now. The wicks take a while to start soaking up the fluid when they come unprimed. You're tasting burning wick. It took me a while to figure this out on my 801s and 510s.
                   

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                    Wow, I'm getting kind of scared right now. :confused: 8-o :lol:

                    Many, many "801s" are really RN 4072s, just as many, many "901s" are really RN 4075s. I don't think that is necessarily reflective of any "evil" or fraudulent intent - it is more a reflection of a fast growing market and the fact that the term "801" quickly became the well known identifier for a penstyle atomizer, just as the term "901" became well known as the identifier for a mini style atomizer. Even though there were true 801 penstyles, RN 4072 penstyles, M 201 penstyles, BE 112 penstyles, Joye 302 penstyles, all interchangeable with each other for the most part. And there were true 910 minis, RN 4075 minis ... .

                    It's no different really than the generic use of the term "xerox" for copiers.
                     
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