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saturn vs fatty vapor tamer for lsv

Discussion in 'Vapor Related Equipment' started by stanley1131, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. stanley1131

    stanley1131 Well-Known Member

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    Which one is better for the lsv? I'm leaning towards the fatty as its a little bit smaller but if the saturn cools the vapor better by a good amount i'll probably go for that
     
  2. rosedale

    rosedale Well-Known Member

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    I have the Saturn. It is nice but I personally don't think it's worth the trouble. I find myself using water much more. Because the glass is frozen, there is condensation and all the material sticks it. Don't get me wrong, it cools things nicely but it is hard to keep clean and I personally find that the drawbacks don't outweigh the benefits.

    Just my two cents.
     
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  3. stanley1131

    stanley1131 Well-Known Member

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    are you getting water filtration with the wpa? how does the saturn compare with water filtration taste and smoothness wise if cleaning isn't a factor. Also how does it hit if you dont freeze the coil, i'm using a transfer wand right now and its just a little warm for me so if i can cool it a bit it'll be good enough
     
  4. rosedale

    rosedale Well-Known Member

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    I don't think that the Saturn will cool better than the transfer want if you don't freeze it. The vapor path is on the Saturn is not much longer, if at all and the glycerine doesn't provide any cooling without it being cold.

    For my filtration, I use the wpa but I know that others use a male/male adapter. My personal feeling on taste and smoothness is that they are somewhat similar. The cooling from the Saturn really makes it smooth but you can accomplish the same thing if you have a glass piece with the ice trap.
     

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