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Various e-cig type Vaporizers

Discussion in 'E-cig Based Portables' started by vtac, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. deadheadbill

    deadheadbill I can see clearly now the smoke is gone...

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    So, I'm actually looking for the opposite as above. I have an Omicron, but want to use the cheaper carts, therefore I need a m601 batt to 510 cart.

    I have searched, but the only ones I have found are around 10 bucks. I looked at the above links but found nothing that I saw would work.

    I know I can get them from PV, but at 10 bucks plus shipping I'd like to find a cheaper source?
     
  2. mystikalghost

    mystikalghost Well-Known Member

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    Gentlemans sells them but they are $10 for 1. I would say check ebay. I found 3 adapters for $10. Past that...it's tough. According to the e-cig industry 601 is an old threading so it's tough to find adapters.

    I called 15 local vape stores the other day and ZERO had anything other than 510 devices.

    These last 3 weeks have been a nightmare. The night before I am able to use my KISS cartridge, the threading on my EGO decides to strip. Fuck I am so angry. Is there anything I can do?
     
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  3. THC SCIENTIFIC

    THC SCIENTIFIC Leader of the Power Vapors Manufacturer

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    nope nothing really but im willing to make you a deal.


    Send it in to us and we will fix it for you for free.


    All part of my Give back to the community spirit.
     
  4. mystikalghost

    mystikalghost Well-Known Member

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    If I have any trouble with my adapters tomorrow, and I know I will, I would love to take you up on that. :clap::clap::clap::clap:

    Basically right now my cartomizers are sliding in, don't stop screwing, and never get tight. 2 days ago this was not the issue. I will send you a PM tomorrow if necessary and we can go from there

    Thank you.
     
  5. arrr

    arrr Well-Known Member

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    @BLAZING OG I was wondering if you tried rebuilding the bulb atomizer yet.
     
  6. BLAZING OG

    BLAZING OG Vaping is a way of life!

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    I did , and it was a no go on that particular one.
    The wires are so tiny that my gauge woudnt fit in the little holes, and they seem to glue in the wires, so its a PITA to try to rip them out.
    I have a few others I might order to try out, but the bulb works great so far just cant rebuild it.
    I have been using co2 syringe oils in the bulb with much better results and great flavor.

    Click to play YouTube Video


    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  7. kato1234

    kato1234 Well-Known Member

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  8. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl TERMINALLY TRILL

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    Looks kind of expensive for what it is IMO.
     
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  9. Andijo81

    Andijo81 New Member

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    I have tried soooo many different atomizers! I currently use an Evic w/ a few different atomizer's. I liked the globe but I broke them a lot, regardless of glass thickness/quality. I also find after some use it becomes harder to pull thru. When using the globe I tried the basic ceramic atomizer, steel sleeve w/ wick and pankcake. My preferred choice are the steele sleeve w/ wick from Divine Tribe. I have tried the VHIT A, B, C, and ReLoad for dry. Divine Tribe's Globe's, Stainless Steel Pancake & Coil, 510 Divine Tribe atomizer. The Cannon, Micro Vaped Skillet's, Q2 Ceramic Cup Tank RBA, Yocan Exgo, and a few other RBA's. I also just received The Hound but am nervous about using it. So far I really like the Yocan Exgo, It has a nice sized cup, thick glass, spring loaded contact pin on the bottom, and airflow holes in the bottom. Never hard to pull thru. My main complaint is the mouthpeice. I like The Cannon a lot, sturdy, all steel, dual coil, and way more "Legit" looking. My complaint w/ this piece is that it's cup is surrounded by a metal mesh that seems to absorb a lot of product. I have a Ithake Golden Greek on the way and am pretty excited to try it.

    Sorry, that's a lot for my first post. Until now, I've been going at this alone. Not a lot of info on these type's of item's at any of local retailers, so I've just kinda had to figure it out myself. A lot of trial and some error. Good purchases and bad... puffit:(
     
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  10. 707vallejo707

    707vallejo707 NorCalLeftSideWe$tSide

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  11. 707vallejo707

    707vallejo707 NorCalLeftSideWe$tSide

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    Click to play YouTube Video


    After seeing this video on ceramic wicks I also ran into these

    http://www.wisevape.com/product/wickless-atomizer-kit/?age-verified=89a7fbf059

    Looks like they would be an improvement but it doesn't have the steel case around the ceramic. Haven't tried these yet.
     
  12. THC SCIENTIFIC

    THC SCIENTIFIC Leader of the Power Vapors Manufacturer

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    Thats plastic No? Not knocking it but seems there are threads on the bottom like the vivi nova tank. Im gonna def order one to see. Good find I like to see innovation.
     
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  13. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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  14. 707vallejo707

    707vallejo707 NorCalLeftSideWe$tSide

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    Any experience buying batteries from dhgate?
     
  15. ataxian

    ataxian California

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    *make sure the heating element is made of T2 and not some crap!
     
  16. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    I am not the guy to waste money on random untested stuff :p
     
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  17. urijah710og

    urijah710og Member

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    Has anyone tried the Source ORB attachment? Its dual coil, supposedly Gr 2 ti coils. Also available with ceramic instead of the normal wick...
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    Boom E-Bob 2-in-1 Wax Percolator Vaporizer
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    Alien Water Attachment
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  18. arrr

    arrr Well-Known Member

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  19. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    Where do you all recommend I go for the cheapest pen replacement parts?
    Say I wanted to go to a larger battery, buy spare nail/coils or domes.
     
  20. mystikalghost

    mystikalghost Well-Known Member

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    If you are an extremely patient person, fasttech.com. It all comes from China but it is very cheap. It will take a while to get to you. If you are less patient and have a little more money, ebay.

    I think of it like using ebay to pay to get the item to me fast. If something goes down and I NEED a replacement, ebay. Fasttech is for planning ahead.
     
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  21. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    :) Some knowledge here .. at least for me :)
    I like the looks of the ceramic rod coil and the steel sleeve pancake.
     
  22. 707vallejo707

    707vallejo707 NorCalLeftSideWe$tSide

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    The rod coils are best for fullmelts I've been using those for 3 months. Going to experiment with splash caps so it doesn't get the globes too messy.
     
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  23. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    I have been using the Coil w/wick Ceramic pictured above. Thanks for posting the picture.

    What are the benefits of all the different nails/coils?
    Should I look to change nails, or just get what I have been using?
     
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  24. 707vallejo707

    707vallejo707 NorCalLeftSideWe$tSide

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    The wick design is just the older style coils. I found the fibrous wick does wear out. The rod coils are a lot more improved as far as flavor. You can burn them dry and not worry about burning the atomizer out.
     
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  25. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    which one do you use?
     

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