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VaporNine new clearomizer

Discussion in 'Cartomizer Reviews' started by MariB, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. MariB

    MariB Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2012
  2. melloyello

    melloyello Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 21, 2011
    looks identical to a short wicked stardust but 808 threads and neon-ish colors.....these have been out for couple 3 months
  3. MariB

    MariB Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 4, 2012
    Yes thank you, I know what they are... Asking for a review..,,
  4. MichaelOz

    MichaelOz Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 23, 2010
    Czech Republic
    This won't suffice as a professional or concise review, but rather my quick summary.

    No - the short wicked version of these clearomizers are not the perfect vape - far from it! They suffer from wicking issues.
    The marketing clearly states no filler, yet they do have a wick. My definition of no filler is no wick!

    The long wicked version is much better. I'm going to have to say the cleanest vape I've experienced to date. I've stopped vaping anything else simply because these things offer such a clean vape.

    Even the long wicked version has some degree of wicking problems, but it is acceptable, unlike the short wick version.

    The refilling of these things is a dream, and they do not leak! If they could sort out the wicking issue and possibly offer a native 510 connection they would be a perfect vape.
  5. Byten

    Byten Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 24, 2012
    From what I can tell.. those are Stardusts. I've been comparing the picture to everything in my box of brunt up spare parts for about 20 minutes.. 808 threaded stardusts.

    Here's my review of them.
    They are too expensive for the short time they last. You with get about 3 refills of dark juice before they go to crap. As stated by MichaelOz, the short wicked versions are very picky about juice and you need to tip them upside every so often to rewet the wick. If you use a clear juice and give them a dry burn between tanks you may be able to get them lasting up to 10ish refills. For me, with Johnson Creek juices I could never get more then a week out of them. The vape out of them isn't all that bad when they are fresh, fairly warm and true to flavor. Some flavors they seem to mute quite a bit while others stay perfectly fine.. no idea why. The newer versions use a better preforming wick material which is much longer as well.

    There's plenty of other reviews on them all over the forum and btw they are not very rebuildable in spite of what has been said. The parts are ment to be disposable and do not hold up to being taken apart very well. I have tried repeatedly and given up.
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