Discussion in 'Atomizers and Cartridges' started by Mr.Mann, Apr 16, 2013.
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After all these years, I am dying to know what you think these. Using mine XL now.
Would the Vapage Hybrids work on a Pico Squeeze? (regulated but acts like a mech @ 50w) will that burn them out? I assume i shouldnt buy the Hybrids for use on a non squonk.
Unfortunately, you will have to wait a few more days.
I received my shipment but they sent me the wrong thing.
Instead of 16 2-packs of 1.5 ohm atomizers...
I got 8 2-packs of little plastic bottles with caps.
They are sending my proper order, and dealing with them was no hassle at all.
But I'll have to get back to you on how I like them.
I can wait a few days thanks bud!
Do you know if those Joye or Vapage work at 50 watts or will they burn out at that many watts?
I think they would burn out. They weren't designed for that kind of wattage.
TY, Will save that idea for when i get a fancier squonk mod.
Still wanna get some of these try of attys for my DNA 30.
Uh, I hit mine with about 6-9 watts. That should tell you something.
I'm at around 10 watts on the Joyetech 510 atomizers.
I've got my new Vapage atomizers now though.
Gonna try them soon.
I see the Regular Atty Drippers are all alive and well (no coincidence, methinks. )
Just happened to be enjoying an HH357 on a Mark Bugs Ti Wizard, as I noticed all the recent activity here.
As long as there are motorcycles without storage, I will rock a Regular Atty on a small, lightweight mechanical.
Party On, Garths..
Welp, lookie here. Hello Mr. Beau Jangles.
My goodness !
The dead have arisen !
Hey, i am considering a HH357 since it looks like the "nicest" dripper option of this type. and it should be a good match for my old DNA30 i want to start using again to keep it at low watts. Good to know these don't benefit from higher watts at all, i guess that's not so surprising.
Should I go HH357 or Vapage for use with a DNA mod?
Hi Tozz. The 357 is a unique bird. Pricey, but to me, no better standard for purity of flavor. I use it as a benchmark against all things. Should be great on a DNA30 in watt mode, but I have an old fashioned affinity for the decreasing power curve of a mechanical and power drain. Nostalgia, perhaps.
Hard to beat the QPR of that Vapage atty tho. But Hanna and Cisco stand behind the HH357. I had a batch of 6 that seemed to fail relatively early (I can often get months and months from one) and sent them in to be checked. Hanna didn't find any flaws in them, and with all the variables of juice and mod, no way to tell what happened but he sent me 3 new ones for good customer relations. That was very nice of him.
Somewhere earlier in this thread, I used a microscope to document the effects of dry burning to clean.
TL;DR, be gentle. The coil is tiny and without airflow it can get superheated quickly. They will fail at high watts.
So far I'm not sure I like them that much.
I have to take very short drags because they heat up quick.
I'm not sure that the 1.5 ohms is right for me.
I actually like the longer drags I have to take on the 2.2 ohm Joyetechs.
But I'll keep at it and see if anything changes for better or worse.
To date, all reports of my demise have been premature...
DC2 and Louis -
Thank you both very much for posting
I am looking to get a ultra stealth dripper setup going again and was enticed by the tiny form factors of these.
As I am a flavor-lover who is spoiled by RDAs then it seems that the 357 should be worth the extra $ in order to receive a higher quality more flavorful vapor.
Thank you all for the enlightening discussion and see you in "regular atty" land soon
Why did you buy the 1.5 ohm instead of the 2.0 ohm? I stocked up on 2.0 ohms.
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