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Difference in 306 and 510 for dripping/sampling?

Discussion in 'Atomizers and Cartridges' started by 69CamaroSS, Mar 25, 2014.

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  1. 69CamaroSS

    69CamaroSS Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2014
    Upstate, SC, USA
    Hey all. Looking to get a few attys for sampling juice. I've never dripped before and was just on MBV ordering some (awesome) juices, saw a good deal on Boge LR510 Cartos and picked them up. Can I just remove the poly and use these for dripping? Can't find anywhere if they're vertical or horizontal coils (does that matter for dripping?). Other than resistance and vape heat, what's the difference between these and something like a 306 Joyetech?? Still like my clearos (for now) but want a sampling device! ;) TIA
     
  2. Johnnie Price

    Johnnie Price Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 18, 2012
    Waldorf, MD
    The Boge cartos are vertical coil according to everything I've heard, and they don't work well for dripping. Go to Empire Mods, House of Vapor or Avid Vapor for some good ones.

    The 510 atomizer looks like a normal cartomizer from the outside. Inside it has a little catch cup surrounding the coil. Some still have a bridge in them. The 306 is an eposed bridge design. When you take off the drip tip there is an upside down U of mesh which wicks liquid to the coil. I find the 306 to have too tight of a draw for me, but many people love them.
     
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