Discussion in 'Reos Mods' started by Rhapsodies Fire, Feb 19, 2012.
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No problem, Dave
Reosmod Newbie here!!!!
Hope Rob is doing well.
Been vaping a while but only recently pulled the trigger on a Reosmod. My boggers mini has been so wonderful that I had to re-evaluate my thoughts on bottom feeders. After constantly reading about the Reos over the last couple years I finally had to get one. Cant believe I waited this long!
ordered the mini 18490 in black with copper vein door.
I must say it has benched my boggers and provari for now and I'm blown away at how nice the mini performs for such a simple mod.
I'm already looking at other colors for back ups. I may be in trouble$$!!
Looking forward to enjoying the reonaut community.
From my previous readings (lurking-LOL)on the various Reos threads, it sure seems like a welcoming community eager to share plenty of knowledge.
are there any rebuildables that work on a Reo?
It depends on what REO you're speaking of. Without using adapters, you can use the ERA and the Chalice on the Grand, VV Grand, and I think the VV Woodvil. The Pheonix has been modded by a few folks to work as a bottom feeding atomzier, but only a few so far. If you want to use a rebuildable on a Mini or 18490, then you would need an adapter. The first post in this thread has a list of threads and I included a section in there about rebuildable atomziers. You can read about the developments there.
You are welcome, kalifornia
moved to different thread
Your o-ring may have needed more time to dry....I noticed that mine went back down in size after a while. However, you can always move the oring down to the bottle neck instead.
But it also sounds like you may have tightened the cap on too far....it will cause the oring to buckle and therefore leak. That would be the reason you are seeing one side riding out of the "track". It just needs to be on firmly.
If this setup becomes too much of a hassle, you can try the Oring delete method. Which is moving the oring down to the bottle below the threads. Or this way works too. http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/reos-mods/161215-reo-tips-tricks-some-basic-troubleshooting-ideas-11.html#post3215905
You con't have to do the blind squonk...not everyone is comfortable doing that. Rob doesn't even do it.
I just realized one thing about o-rings...the terminology is also used for mechanical keyboards as softening mechanism. Unrelated, but still interesting.
WOW! Very informative. I purchased a pre-owned VV Woodvil. This will definitely come in as an awesome tool! Thanks!
BBB bump bookmark baby
You could PM Rob but you can find them a Lowes or Home Depot. This link has post that might help http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/reos-mods/474474-o-ring-rm2.html
This is such a great thread.
It really needs to be pinned to the top of the sticky's!!
For future reference- the bottle mod thread. That way anyone who wants to link to it for informative or embarrassment reasons can
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For the Review section: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/reos-mods/564122-pbsurado-finally-reviews-reo.html
For Interesting and Fun: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/reos-mods/562575-free-custom-reo-avies-banners.html
Man, put some line spacing between them links!
Lisa you are so nice......your quick response to the suggestion for spacing was fantastic!
It never crossed my mind that spacing was needed between them links.
They worked well for me all close and cuddly!
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