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RDA Plume Veil Clone

Discussion in 'RDA' started by Cullin Kin, Jul 24, 2014.

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  1. pizza2me

    pizza2me Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 1, 2010
    Boy it's hit n miss isn't it. I and a couple of friends have 5 acerigs between us and all are perfect. Once they got past the screws issue with the first batch. If I get another or am advising, I would say acerig as they at least are more consistant (good or bad) from my experience.
  2. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 25, 2013
    Arlington, Texas - USA
    I ordered the latest version from Fasttech with the B logo (minimal logo). I'll let you know how it is when it arrives. My amod one is quite nice actually, but as someone said it's another dripper. It's not life changing, but mine produces excellent vapor, and ok flavor.
  3. dopamine1

    dopamine1 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2014
    So.. I stripped one of the positive posts on my tobeco clone trying to stuff it full of 22g nichrome last night. Stupid wire also came flying off it's spool right before that too. Insult to injury. So I'm really hating 22g wire right now. :laugh:

    Anyways, does anyone have a different one that will accept 22 gauge or lower? Is the infinite or acerig better about this?
  4. Pedrobear

    Pedrobear Senior Member Verified Member

    Aug 3, 2014
    The screw threading (wobbling) on my clone is kinda bad, and I hope an authentic will fix this. Juice seems to accumulate in the included drip tip, and its hard to drip through the tip and get even saturation on dual wicks, however...

    This thing just delivers! Havent put it down since I bought it and am VERY excited to try the 1.5.

    SLIPPY_EEL Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 11, 2013
    Ω England Ω
    i have a few plumeveils and a couple of 30mm asmodus all of which have T-post's and are very similar in that the center post will wiggle if the 510 screw isnt tightened enough, i also had wiggling when the screw was tight and one plumeveil wouldnt fire on all mods untill i worked out if i pushed down on the T-post it sort of clicked into place, so maybe try getting say a pair of pliers with the soft rubber on the handle and lay it across the top of the T-post so as you can get some weight into it and make sure its pushed right down and then re-tighten and check the 510 screw.

    If you are tightenening the 510 screw then chances are you are holding the atty and possibly pushing the T-post, i havent tried yet but maybe the way to do it is to put the top of the t-post on a surface and tighten the screw like this, so you are pushing the 510 screw into the t-post..... hope this makes sense :D

    SLIPPY_EEL Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 11, 2013
    Ω England Ω
    If anyone is looking for another good atty from fasttech the Mephisto is nice and has massive post hole's and slightly bigger air intake than plumeveil setup as standard, and vapes/tastes real good with a hot build.
    Joint first place for my 18650 go's to plumeveil and mephisto.
    first place on 26650 go's to asmodus.

    IMO :)
  7. Pedrobear

    Pedrobear Senior Member Verified Member

    Aug 3, 2014
    No I meant the deck screws, not the 510 pin screw. Thats solid.
  8. Pedrobear

    Pedrobear Senior Member Verified Member

    Aug 3, 2014
    Just wanted to share- Running er on a rDNA so Im limited to .5+ and 30W, however, I have a dual 3/32nd 8/9 wrap 26gauge build on er, clocked in right at .51 and while it takes a very small sec to get going, she really really is chucking it. (Also using a cherry vapes wide bore DT. Def. worth a build!
  9. sahsah

    sahsah Super Member ECF Veteran

    That's what they were supposed to do but since they are directly facing out towards the positive block, I doubt they really do much of anything. I'm interested to hear from anyone who has tried either an authentic or clone version 1.5 since in that version they angled the airflow coming through the negative posts so that it can actually hit the back of your could as was originally anyone try out the version 1.5 yet???
  10. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 25, 2013
    Arlington, Texas - USA
    I received the B logo clone from Fasttech. Very nice! The top cap fits much better than my other cone. The drip tip o ring was way too loose so I had to replace that. The black delrin that spins up & down is a much better fit, tighter and less wobble. The deck is flat, no grooves like the other one I have. The only complaint is the negative screws are extremely hard to tighten... I'm sure they'll loosen up with some use, but I had to use a needle nose pliers on one of them the first time because my screw driver wouldn't turn it... came with extra screws, but it's like the threads are cut a little too small for the screw...again, I'm sure it will improve with use.

    The down side to that is you can not judge when the wire has been caught because your battling the screw post itself. Otherwise I'm very happy with it especially for the price, and I like the minimal logo better than the big spider web looking logo.
  11. DFYLR

    DFYLR Full Member

    I got my HCigar Plume Veil clone about 10 days ago from a B&M. I didn't have any issues with a wobbly center post or ill-fitting screws. I'm getting better flavor than from my Tobeco Tobh clone and better vapor than my Infinite Stillare clone.
    Have been running a .21 dual dragon coil/wick mostly, and really liked it. Decided to give a .72 single centered coil (standard japanese cotton wicking) a try today. HOLY SCHNIKES! Even better flavor and vapor production than in dual coil mode. Cooler, denser vapor and doesn't heat up my mod like it did in dual mode. The airflow is adjusted to single coil mode with one wide-open cyclops, open negative post air vents, and wide open top vents with the drip tip that came with my Nautilus mini. On a SS Nemesis clone (HCigar) and Sony VTC4 18650.
  12. mewtwo

    mewtwo Full Member Verified Member

    Jul 31, 2014
    glad to hear that hcigar plume veil is nice cause i have one coming in mail fingers crossed
  13. bakry

    bakry Full Member

    Apr 8, 2013
    Hey guys.

    recently got my plume veil clone.. however, unlike some users with a moving center post.. mine is hard to adjust, How do i get it to move? It isnt lined correctly to the 2 negative post and i would like to align it. OCD i know :(

  14. atroph

    atroph Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 23, 2014
    Chesapeake, VA
    Remove the 510 pin and then give the t post a twist. It is just pressed in the insulator and the 510 pin holds it locked in place.
  15. bakry

    bakry Full Member

    Apr 8, 2013
    ahhh..i see. Thanks! I thought it was screwed in and I didnt want to force it.
  16. Wolfenstark

    Wolfenstark Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2014
    Perth , Australia
    Ordered a Tobeco clone last night - First RDA currently using a KFL+ v2 clone and its good.
  17. Cullin Kin

    Cullin Kin Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 28, 2014
    The 3Oh!3, Colorado
    The Tobeco clones are good, but the 'gold plating' (paint) peels really quickly so I would recommend sanding it off before you vape on it!
  18. loll88

    loll88 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 7, 2014
    Can't wait to check out my plume veil by ehpro once I get home later, just arrived at my place. whoop! much excite!
  19. FloridaSam

    FloridaSam Full Member Verified Member

    Sep 22, 2014
    Under a palm tree
    I'm on day 4 of my Tobeco 1.5 clone. I'm extremely happy with it. The 1.5 I got did away with the gold plating and I'm glad it's not there. I'm running a .3 dual coil build and it's making amazing vapor with great flavor. I still can't believe the quality of this thing for 13 bux. Everything just fits and works exactly like it should. I went back to the site to order 2 more and they were gone. Glad I got one though. It's a keeper.

    please excuse that wonky leg. This is literally my second build ever.

  20. laramik

    laramik Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 8, 2011
    Dude, I've owned both the original and I have an original 1.5. While the 1.0 leaked like pig, the 1.5 is a little better. I run at .28 ohms and I don't over drip. In fact, if I drip just enough to wet the wicks it will sometimes still leak out of the post holes. There is no way you can say that this thing doesn't leak. If you touch the outside of the mod at any time the polarity will pull liquid out. And what's the point really of having a juice well if when you try to fill it, it leaks?
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