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SEEGO Vhit Type C

Discussion in 'Concentrates' started by DJ Colonel Corn, May 26, 2014.

  1. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Hey guys !

    OK so as far as conductive vaping goes, the SEEGO Vhit Type C is a real winner !! For oils, wax, and shatter. All dabs, etc.
    It's got all servicable parts with no glue, totally cleanable. Glass dome. Replaceable coils have only burned out once on me in almost a year... they're totally cleanable too, in an iso tank.
    Hits great, HUGE clouds. I have it on top of an eGo v-v3 Multi-Voltage Digital Battery set at 4.5v .
    In my opinion 3.7v, the voltage of some smaller batteries, is not sufficient.

    Easily reloaded.
    The only possible pieces to 'wear out' are the O rings, which are obtainable.
    However , for those SEEGO Vhit Type C users out there, I have a question.
    What SIZE are the O-rings. So I can order them bulk wholesale. Not that they're ever a problem, never had one break. Friend had one break. However they do get looose over time and can slip out of the grooves. Easily repairable, just slip them back into the grooves, and there u go ! If they're too dirty u need to clean that part of the unit, easily , with a short iso bath (jar with %99 Isopropyl Alcohol)

    I'd appreciate any and all comments about the O-rings, and, in general, about the Vhit Type C.

    Highly Recommended !
    The Glacier seems cool, but, it has a 'screen' which clogs up easily. Thinking of drilling a hole into it. Glaciers have no o-rings and therefore I guess would last forever.

    Cheers!
     
  2. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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    Just curious would a user be able to remove the coils and replace them with his own?
     
  3. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Well yes ! Lots of folks use their own coils. I'd like to find someone who would sell me Stainless Steel Mesh coils for the SEEGO Vhit Type C....
     
  4. 215z

    215z Well-Known Member

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    Photographs please!
     
  5. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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    Any chance you could take some pictures of the head...

    I used to use ss mesh as my wick, but I was converted to readyxwick. It is a great product for oil and not nearly as harsh as ss.
     
  6. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Can you link me to where to get some ?
     
  7. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Will do, as soon as I can.
     
  8. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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  9. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Great thanks !
    However, I was curious where to buy pre-made coils, as I am not yet expert at building coils. I am watching the video at that site though and continue to learn more towards my goal of building my own.
    By the by, my friend is sold on stainless steel mesh coils for the vhit type c.. he has only one.. know where to get stainless steel mesh coils and/or 'ninja globe's ? (pre-built)
    Thanx to all the wonderful ppl of the forum... ! Keep vaping !
     
  10. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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    You could just slide out the ss mesh and easily replace it with the readyxwick, but feel free to do as you please. Also building coils is pretty simple, granted the first few might be ugly you will get it down quickly.
     
  11. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Cool.
    I'm gonna get into rebuilding my own coils.
    Thanks so much for the link for those ceramic wicks.
     
  12. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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  13. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Pics ? Of the SEEGO Vhit Type C ? OK... I'll make a series of pics tomorrow.... good idea..
     
  14. kingtut106

    kingtut106 Well-Known Member

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    Yea more specifically the head would be appreciated.
     
  15. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Well folks, been rather unsuccessful in my picture taking.
    Life has distracted me with its problems, and, both of cameras are terrible at close-ups, apparently.
    so , here's some pics and I'll get you a pic from my own cam as soon as possible.
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    There you go..... a truly wonderful unit
     
  16. arrr

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    Have you rebuilt it yet? I have a type b in the mail and would love to rebuild it with my own wick and wire. I think the type b uses the same replacement heads.
     
  17. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Um no I haven't tried rebuilding coils yet, but look forward to it. Seen some instructions that look really easy.. gonna use readyxwick when i do !
     
  18. MyWomanCooks

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  19. 215z

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    There are two big holes on the bottom of the ceramic cup, that the "legs" of the coil fit through. If concentrate drips through those holes, where do they go?
     
  20. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    Well, the oil goes down into the coil stem, ultimately to the battery, but... you should clean them well before that point, with %99 iso .
     
  21. arrr

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    Post a link to the instructions please.
     
  22. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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  23. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    ..just thought I'd add, that , ideally, we use a very small amount each time and therefore have very few problems with concentrates leaking thru the incredibly tiny holes. The pic doesn't do the coils justice, normally you can't even see those holes.
     
  24. DJ Colonel Corn

    DJ Colonel Corn Herb Conniseur - 215 Legal

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    I wish I knew how to delete a post....

    Mistakenly replied to a user when I already had.

    Apologies ..... staff may remove this post
     
  25. arrr

    arrr Well-Known Member

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