Well, my UltraMax is back in service and better than ever with new ceramic and a 306. The price for the replacement part was very fair considering the fact that I had broken it by dropping it. Mark was great to deal with and took care of everything in a professional manner.
Kudos to InnoVapor!
Was reading the slipping issues people were having and just had a suggestion, maybe it was brought up already. I was thinking how to increase grip while maintaining the battery sleeve's ability to rotate 360 degrees inside the main housing and not get encumbered or damage the inside of the main body.
So with dart design in mind, couldn't you knurl the depressed ridges? That way it would not scuff up or bind inside the main sleeve. Metal is pretty thin I know but possibly in the manufacturing process when making indents they used a knurling tool to do it instead? Would give some rough surface to make sliding easier and not mar the inside of the main sleeve.
The other thing was the drip tips that come with the units. Lose the inside ridge please. I don't care if it is short but the ridge causes the juice to hang up and makes it easier to get in your mouth. First thing I did when I got my Lite was toss the drip tips in favor of ridge free ones.
Other than those 2 small issues the Lite has been working fine. Maybe when a solution is found to the slippery inner sleeve/switch issue I will get a Max.