Should I drip again?

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jcarabelos

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    Hello fellow vapers. So I started my vaping life with dripping. Did that for years. Within the past 4 months I have switched to the tank world. I'm using a provari with pre-cut cartos from vaporescence.com with their liquinator 3ml tank. The tank was just so convenient that I gave up on dripping. But I do miss the ability to change flavors or sample new ones. But I've heard so much that the flavor on a regular atty is much better than that of a cartomizer. Okay...so a few questions:

    1. On which atty do you prefer the flavor? A carto? Or a traditional atty (only 510's here)?
    2. Aside from ordering 4 rather disappointing atomizers from avidvaper.com (they were incredibly fussy with dripping, especially the HH .357), I've only ever used attys from puresmoker.com. Where would you recommend I purchase my atomizers to maximize flavor, TH, and atty life?
    3. Any other benefits to either dripping/carto use that I'm perhaps unaware of?

    Thanks!
     

    morgan69

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      I read some where earlier think it was on vaporsforum that you can make a Atty Tank,just thought i would put that out there.As for dripping i use a Lr 510 atty as my main atty of choice,i strictly drip and i have had no problems with it,i switch between debridged and Bridged all day,depending on how i am feeling in the moment.
       

      StotheK

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        For some reason I've never really taken to atties. I use them, and they're great when I can't commit to a flavor, but I usually gravitate back towards cartos. There's probably a lot of opinions out there, but 306 atties are pretty nice, IkenVape has a new 306 called the IO6 if he can ever get his store back online.
         

        donnah

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          The 901 is awesome on flavor! You can get them in bulk at vaporkings 10 for $40 shipped! that's $4 per atty. I didn't want to commit to that many at one time without trying them first so I ordered one from madvapes.. after I got it I was blown away and went right over to vaporkings to place an order!

          You will need a 510-901 adapter for them to fit on the provari. They're $2.50 at madvapes
           

          kabonk

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            Well since you're using a provari I wouldn't use LR no need to and as you know it drains the battery faster, I buy all my attys from greenhouseone.com because they are dirt cheap and seem to work well for me and I've never had one fail in 3 hours like I had with the attys I got from a well known and liked brand/site that charges allmost 9 dollars for an atty I was very disappointed those and they don't offer any kind of warrenty where greenhouse one does. vaperkings.com has a good bulk price on joye atties too
             

            Kent C

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              If you want the taste of dripping and the convenience of tanks I'd suggest the mini-Reo. It's a bottom feeder that feeds directly to the atty - no carto cloth/filler off taste and it truly is like dripping but from the bottom up. Squeeze the 3ml bottle and you get a shot of ejuice. I use a cisco 306lr atty with a drip tip on mine. If you want to sample other flavors, just drip from the top and don't squeeze the bottle.
               

              nocturn4l3030

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                why not have both? tanks for when you're lazy, committing to a flavor, or driving. and an atty for when testing flavors or want to switch it up. i'm mainly a 306 guy, but when i bust out a 510, 901, tank once in a while, i tend to stick with it for a while and am pleasantly surprised by the switch up. variety is nice

                i recommend 306s, they hit the hardest and imo resemble an analog the most, if you're not experienced with em, just don't put too much liquid in them like you would a 510. 510's i tend to use for thick liquid like the 100% vg's from AVE or Bounty Hunter, etc. 901's are nice too. i do like the atomizers from avidvaper... i found the hh357 too finicky too... ikenvape is the only other atomizer company i use, but their website is down right now (should be back up soon though)
                 

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                  If you want the taste of dripping and the convenience of tanks I'd suggest the mini-Reo. It's a bottom feeder that feeds directly to the atty - no carto cloth/filler off taste and it truly is like dripping but from the bottom up. Squeeze the 3ml bottle and you get a shot of ejuice. I use a cisco 306lr atty with a drip tip on mine. If you want to sample other flavors, just drip from the top and don't squeeze the bottle.
                  I drip exclusively with my Chucks using a 510 atomizer.

                  But I do have a Mini Reo for when I'll be out all day in situations that require something smaller and self-contained.
                  This setup works great if you have a juice you like for your main vape, but want to drip another flavor now and then too.

                  In other words, what he said.
                  :)
                   
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