U should show those pics individually, they didn't all show on my phone / tablet ... let me help u
Hey thanks, I'm still having trouble with images embedded in the forum post, I can't get it to work with any of the url types from imgur with the insert photo option. someone PM me please lol.
the overhang shouldn't be a major issue, barely noticeable. get a bigger mod if it bothers you? it's more important you have enough room to stuff all the necessary goodness inside there
Overall, the size and form looks nice, I was expecting some comically long sr-74-ish thing. It's barely longer than the DT Gen2 herb. You wouldn't even really need / want a recessed tank mod to go with that.
Glad the reactions to the size have been positive, We really want the profile of the atty to look at home on a high end mod. Also being 24 MM makes the height look more acceptable in proportion.
and this is the modular base that the pods attach to? also the convection heaters too?
this looks like a base, an atomizer coil / pod of some sort, and a cover?
Yep, pictured there is the full bottom assembly: heatsink base, no tools required postless heater deck (19mm), and coil cup (17.5mm)
Coil cup is optional and we are thinking of ceramic, but could produce the same part in different materials for variety/user choice. The heater deck just got an overhaul as well, we refined the mechanism to twist the body to secure the coil leads. That deck is one of the most unique features of the design, still being finalized so more info TBD
Not an expert, but I can try plugging in some different coils to see what works. It helps to have an open, versatile deck or or atomizer case (pod?) with good posts / contacts, and/or a pliable 510-like pin. I'm not a guy that favors metal coils, but I can see what's up with ceramics
sounds like a plan, I am not sure how well ceramic donuts would produce the required heat to convection heat, but are a great option for concentrates! They could be great though, would be very excited to have temperature controlled convection donut coils as an option if they can perform. Do you taste the metal from the heating element in other coil based convection vapes?