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Homemade eGo Juice Containment System

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  1. TheFlyinJ

    TheFlyinJ Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2010
    Markham, Ontario
    This week I received my first order of 306 atomizers and a Cannon drip tip (Thanks to Cherry Vape). Being that my main device is an eGo, I found I was getting a lot of leakage from the atomizer around the threads. One thing I did not realize was how the 306s need to be kept well moistened in order to produce the best vapour and deliver good flavor. If you have seen the Cannon drip tips you will realize they are rather large and therefore a standard eGo cone would not work for this application.

    While over at DustyD's place yesterday we fashioned an improvised "juice containment system" from a silicone cartomizer cover or "condom" as many of you call it. Basically we cut off the closed end of the cover so that we could slip it over the threads at the base of the battery connection (where a standard eGo cone would screw on). We then installed the atomizer and voila! Since the silicone cover sits a few millimeters above the battery threads, it is able to catch any juice that escapes so it can be sucked back into the atomizer, therefore eliminating any leakage or wastage of juice. Surprisingly the draw is fine despite there not really be any open space around the base of the atomizer and the battery threads. I have also noticed a much warmer vapour (compared to a 510 with no cone)

    Hopefully this can help some of you who are having problems with leakage but do not have a drip shield or a device with a juice well.

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