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trying new eliquid=sacrificing cartos??

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  1. DanFromIran

    DanFromIran Full Member Verified Member

    Oct 13, 2012
    Hello folks,
    being new to vaping, I am seeking some advice. I have an ego battery with Smoktech dual coil cartomizers. They cost around $16 for a 5 pack here.

    last week I received 6 new liquid samples and I used fresh cartomizers for them but I did not like the flavours and I realized those cartos are ruined. now I have purchased some more cartomizers but I am thinking that filling them up and using them for testing and tossing it away is wasteful and not exactly cheap.

    I am wondering if there is another way for sampling eliquid that does not kill fresh cartomizers right left and centre. (maybe a washable atomizer?)

    I did read an older thread pertaining to this issue but it talked about 901 atomizers and 5 volt mods I have none of those things.

    Please let me know
  2. xanderxman

    xanderxman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 10, 2012
    Ptown, VA
    You can get attys to fit any thread type. I have a simple $5 atty to fit my eGO for testing new juices. Keeps me from filling my Nova only to find that i do not like the juice. Most vendors sell inexpensive attys and they are the most cost effective way of testing new juices.
  3. oplholik

    oplholik ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Yep, attys are the way to go for testing. I clean mine with 91% alcohol afterwards.
  4. haiqu

    haiqu Super Member ECF Veteran

    Unless the juice is really strong, simply washing them and vaping a new flavour for a few minutes will get the old flavour out.

    I came from a 510-T before the eGo and it has a separate atty and plastic cartridge (type A, the one with the silicone plug) that's suitable for this purpose too. They just screw straight on.
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