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Drip-On-Demand-Kit

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  1. wolfstone5

    wolfstone5 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Has anyone seen the Drip on Demand Kit at MadVapes. I found it under the "Custom Mods" tab and it looks really interesting. You can put it on almost any PV including the RoughStack and it automatically feeds your atty or carto. Very cool indeed!

    Drip On Demand Kit
     
  2. crk0756

    crk0756 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 9, 2011
    Hill Country, Texas
    May have to order one just to see how good it works....
     
  3. wolfstone5

    wolfstone5 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    I was thinking the same thing. I just put one in my shopping cart as I prepare for my next order. It makes your PV look like a mini hookah!
     
  4. LFC

    LFC Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 18, 2011
    NC
    I saw one of the guys using this at the site a couple of weeks ago and it looks simple but effective, he was loving it :)
     
  5. kaderick

    kaderick Super Member ECF Veteran

    I have one! Works great it is not an auto feed although i have found i dont have to prim it near as much as indicated. I have found i like to use it on a carto keeping it fresh with every hit. Works great on my rough stack and ego, with 510 lr or 6v regs.gives me all the loves of dripping safely while driving. Just remember it is an open bottle so if you leave it in your car it will build pressure and push juice out so turn it up side down.... Opps
     
  6. wolfstone5

    wolfstone5 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Thanks for the heads up.....sounds like a worth while investment for my Maxi RS.
     
  7. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    this looks like an economical version of the super-t top feeder - would be nicer if you could see the juice flow...maybe a clear V2 version?
     
  8. phonedude

    phonedude DIY Enthusiast Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 21, 2011
    Kansas
    I have been using one as a tester for about two weeks now. I love this thing. It's simple and it works very well. I have been using it with my atomizer to direct drip. I never was a fan of direct dripping before. I am now.

    I love the ease of changing flavors. Just add a different bottle. And since I mostly DIY I love being able to mix the juice right in the same bottle I will use to drip. It's just so convenient.

    I can honestly say this simple little device has changed the way I vape. Better flavor, less hassle, and just downright fun to use. And no sticky fingers.

    :rickroll:
     
  9. Justinking

    Justinking Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jul 22, 2011
    Asheville NC
    Ya... But $17?!?!?! Thats a bit high, I think I could see $9.99 or something but not that much :/
     
  10. kaderick

    kaderick Super Member ECF Veteran

    Seriously $17 to high for something in the vape industry thats not disposable? I think the price is a steal.
     
  11. TMC81614

    TMC81614 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jul 3, 2011
    Raleigh, NC. USA
    $17 for this surprised the heck out of me. I've been waiting on this for about a month since I saw Scott using one when I stopped by the warehouse and I really expected a $30 price tag. $17 is a very fair price and, from what I saw when Scott was using his, it's simply awesome. I ordered 2 of them, one for each Silver Bullet, and should be getting them tomorrow. Color me excited!
     
  12. hobotivo

    hobotivo Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 14, 2011
    The land Down Under
    These look very interesting, I've never tried dripping, it's always looked like too much trouble.
    Time to ask for advice...

    I have a Provari and CE2 R5 and G4 Clearos. I don't have any tips or atomisers other than that.
    What else (preferably that I could order from Madvapes) do I need in order to use one of these?

    Cheers
     
  13. scinsc

    scinsc Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jun 19, 2010
    USA
    A 510 or 901 atomizer is all you need. Some folks are also using 510 and 808 cartomizers. MadVapes has a lot of these to choose from.
    Thanks.
     
  14. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    I think that 17$ for a bit of molded plastic and 2 .39c bottles seems a little steep as well...but I think I may try to bust off with some modding skills and make one. I also am cautious about the fact that this one will only work with the included bottles. The other one I have seen was all metal, availiable in colors to match your mod, a little window to view juice flow and works with "most" juice bottles (I especially like that it works with DK and MV 10 ml bottles).

    I must say that in all fairness, I would likely try this one before ordering a different model of top feed bottle mod.
     
  15. scinsc

    scinsc Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jun 19, 2010
    USA
    With all do respect the Drip on Demand system is considerably more than just a bit of molded plastic and bottles. The finished product is a result of a year of research, engineering and testing of dozens of designs and choices. The bottles that are used are an integral part of the system. They have been thoroughly evaluated and field-tested. Yes they are proprietary and for a very good reason. They work where all of the other dozens of bottles we tested have failed.
    A clear Drip on Demand was certainly a consideration but that idea was rejected for several reasons. Chief among them was the way it would look after months of use. The bottom line reason is that being able to see the drops became unnecessary. Our testers found that once the atomizer is fully primed the vacuum from vaping itself helps to feed the atomizer so squeezing the bottle is a secondary operation.
    We feel that the Drip on Demand solves a lot of problems in a very simple and economical way and we hope you will give it a try.
     
  16. lynch

    lynch Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 1, 2011
    Lynchburg,Va
    Looks interesting but not for me. They say you can return for a refund within 30 days if not happy with it
    so you have nothing to lose if you try it.
     
  17. Addicted2Vap

    Addicted2Vap Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 18, 2010
    South-Eastern Ky,USA
    to me it doesn't look like something one could use in public without confrontations.
     
  18. phonedude

    phonedude DIY Enthusiast Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 21, 2011
    Kansas
    I thought so too at first. Then I thought how easy it would be to pass off as a medical device. Of course as an old guy I don't worry too much about public confrontations.

    There is a little better picture and some more information at the designers website:

    Drip On Demand
     
  19. TheZig

    TheZig Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 7, 2011
    asheville NC
    idk... to be honest i think 10-12 would be a steal not 17.. you end up paying 21 for it after shipping.. just my opinion though chances are ill end up buying one anyways :D
     
  20. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    lol, I second that
     
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