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What is your favorite atty?

Discussion in 'Buzz Mods' started by caged, May 2, 2012.

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  1. caged

    caged Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 13, 2010
    Laurel, MD
    Mark,

    These Cisco 306s are great. Thanks.

    Are the HH357s that much better?
     
  2. markfm

    markfm Aussie Pup Wrangler Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    No idea, mwa pointed me to the Cisco 306. I'm really just waiting for IkenVape to reopen, get more io6 :) (i use io6 2.5 ohm on vvpv, need lr for a bottom feeder)
     
  3. caged

    caged Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 13, 2010
    Laurel, MD
    Why do you need LR for a bottom feeder? Isn't the VVPV technically a top feeder?
     
  4. markfm

    markfm Aussie Pup Wrangler Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Multiple pv :)

    2.5 io6 is on the vvpv top feeder. Top notch for flavor.

    1.5 Cisco 306 is on a new 18650 bottom feed that I just won recently. Huge capacity, fits nicely at work.

    2.5 fusion cartos and m1a1 tank on the buzz pro (rugged, high performance, more convenient than a box when working with tools)
     
  5. caged

    caged Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 13, 2010
    Laurel, MD
    How long do these Cisco 306s take to break in? When I first got these yesterday, the flavor wasn't very detailed but the throat hit was amazing. Now the hit is dying and flavor still isn't there (might actually be a bit weaker).
     
  6. markfm

    markfm Aussie Pup Wrangler Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I was happy within about 24 hours. Mine stays really soaked in the bottom feeder, if it's not gurgling a little I add more eliquid. In another active thread someone mentioned trying a drip shield to let you really soak the atty if there's any chance it's getting even slightly dry; the bottom feeder has a massive cup, and the 306 adapter fits well, so it's a non-issue for me.

    On the vvpv, with IO6, I pump the button once every 2 inhales, more or less. I should probably look at a drip shield for that, but have been pretty happy with the setup.
     
  7. caged

    caged Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 13, 2010
    Laurel, MD
    I've been waiting for an excuse to get an Empire drip shield or two, but have been worried about the airflow restriction. Unlike most, I like an airy draw I can sip slowly on for great taste, warmth, and vapor. Attys like the i06 and Cisco 306s are tighter than I like. Ikenvape's 510s are OK. Have not tried the Avid 510 yet.
     
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