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Boba's Bounty in a Kanger T3??

Discussion in 'Alien Visions E-Juice' started by the.quiet.rider, Dec 16, 2012.

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  1. the.quiet.rider

    the.quiet.rider Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 27, 2012
    Sheffield Lake
    LOVE my T3's. I assume that since they're bottom coil, the thick Boba's shouldn't really cause too much of an issue, but I'd like to know cuz if I have to order a different setup to use this juice, I will. It's not that big of a deal to me to use something other than the T3's. Just curious I guess....
  2. Blacks_n_Jacks

    Blacks_n_Jacks Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 10, 2012
    MD, United States
    I've had Boba's in a T3 for a few weeks now, no problems besides the occasional gurgle. It hasn't affected the flavor or vapor as far as I can tell.
  3. smacuser

    smacuser Vapid Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jan 22, 2012
    Vape Augustine, FL
    I just received a T3 from eSmokeronline and filled it with Gypsy Toast. When that ran through, I refilled with BB, Tasted good that evening, but the next day, BB had a slightly cooked (not exactly burnt) taste with no sweetness. Just tried it again. I feel the need to vape it though, clean it out and try it again.

    My brother had some in a stardust on a Twist and it was spot on.
  4. Dac311

    Dac311 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 5, 2012
    Baton Rouge, LA
    Pbrusardo says it works great in a t3.

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  5. gordong11

    gordong11 Super Member ECF Veteran

    I can confirm that Boba's does great in a Kanger T3! In fact for $6 it is the best way to vape Boba's on a Budget. I have had not one dry hit, not even a semi-dry hit, or any leaking plus it uses every drop. I usually vape Boba's in my Penelope or GP Spheroid and I can say the T3 does an equally good job for a lot less money. It's amazing!!! Finally a no compromise, no leak way to vape Boba's on a budget. Believe me, I vape nothing but Boba's for the most part, and am a fanatic about its flavor. Do not hesitate to buy a Kanger T3, in fact buy a few.

    Added: For those who follow Pbusardo, his T3 does not work on some devices like the eVic for example, but I have had no issues and works on my eVic and every other ego mod and adapter I own. Phil thinks his T3 is defective or has been overused and center post pushed in over time. It's performance is worthy of buying an eGo adapter if need be. The good thing is the center post is part of the changeable coil, so it can be replaced if you experience the issues, but so far I have had none.

    For the most part I have been vaping Boba's on a 2.4ohm T3, on my eVic and Provari (w/ Provape's eGo adapter) @ 4.2v. I also own a 2.1-2.3 coil, and it's performance has been great as well @ 3.8v. I bought my T3 from gotvapes.

    added added: Ususally Vaping Boba's in Clearo's is not a great option. In addition to the normal wicking issues of top coil clearo's.....Because of the design, the heat from the top coil causes Boba's to thicken, and because of the design, the thicker Boba's falls to the bottom of the clearo. this creates a problem since the thickened Boba's falls to the bottom, it stops wicking well, and you end up with brown muck, and wasting juice. This does not happen with the T3! because of the bottom coil design, whatever thickened Boba's is created, if any, is vaped up instantly. The vape is very consistent first to last drop. Truly a perfect design for Boba's.

    Also for those who have tried Boba's in CE3's, aka GotVapes Phoenix Bottom Coil Clearo. The T3 design is different, the wicks extended out at the base, through the holes, unlike the CE3 where the juice has to make its way through the holes on it's own. This makes all the difference it seems, and vapes nothing like the CE3 GV Phoenix Bottom Coil. For those who have not tried the Phoenix, Don't!! it's a horrible vape w/ boba's. Also, this is a different device from the rebuildable Phoenix Atomizer, not to be confused.
  6. Atari

    Atari Reviewer / Blogger Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 25, 2011
    Charleston, WV
    The above post is pretty spot on. I do get the "cooked" taste a lot in my CE3s. Im pretty sure its from getting more juice than the wick can vaporize, or burn off and it coats the wick in a thick gel of VG. Its pretty much game over for me at that point. I empty the and clean it or it just keeps building up or just burns. I used to get this problem a lot with my ego tanks when i first started i rebuilt sooooooo many wicks and it was a pain now rebuildables are every where. I take a T3 or a vivi nova any day. I can clean it if possible and if not toss it and pay 3$ for a new one that swaps out in seconds, no tools needed. But I will admit you still can get that cooked taste if you hit it too hard and too fast to often. I chain vape BAD so Ive had to dial it back a bit.
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