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#1 (permalink)      4/12/2018 9:27:34 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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#2 (permalink)      4/13/2018 1:39:33 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I like how all the reviewers, test the device at the end with the not included bubble tank.

Why do they dont release it with the bubble tank?
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K2ouMais wrote:

I like how all the reviewers, test the device at the end with the not included bubble tank.

Why do they dont release it with the bubble tank?



obvious,
so go buy it and earn more,
if it would be included in the kit they would do us less
geekvape they could put it in place of the 2°standard spare glass tank

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It kind of looks unimpressive from the reaction I am seeing from DJLBS. I just see some hesitation! I am sticking with bottom air flow RTAs designed with some where for excess juice to flow without flooding or leaking my self.
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MitchL wrote:

It kind of looks unimpressive from the reaction I am seeing from DJLBS. I just see some hesitation! I am sticking with bottom air flow RTAs designed with some where for excess juice to flow without flooding or leaking my self.



Yeah at 5:27 "the wick channel is fairly acceptable"

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This atty is pretty good. The best top air flavor I've tried so far (pending arrive of OBS Engine v2).

I've been using it for a week without any deck flooding, but I haven't had flooding on ANY of my top airs. I don't understand that problem some have - put more wick in the hole? Lots of wick on the top of the hole but very little actually down inside.

Mitch, you'd rather have it leak the juice out of the air holes than contain a leak in the atty? I don't understand that. I LOVE waking up and not finding the great lakes formed on my desk over night.
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50FirstVapes wrote:

This atty is pretty good. The best top air flavor I've tried so far (pending arrive of OBS Engine v2).

I've been using it for a week without any deck flooding, but I haven't had flooding on ANY of my top airs. I don't understand that problem some have - put more wick in the hole? Lots of wick on the top of the hole but very little actually down inside.

Mitch, you'd rather have it leak the juice out of the air holes than contain a leak in the atty? I don't understand that. I LOVE waking up and not finding the great lakes formed on my desk over night.



If you Wick the Zeus poorly enough, you will end up drinking your juice as if from a straw, but personally my attys don't leak at all. Attys standing or lying on there side on the back of my couch next to my beer, are not leaking a drop!

Personally I wasn't impressed with the Zeus single coil, but I love the Bachelor X. I am thinking I like bottom air flow better than from the sides.

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Usually with bottom air flow, if the air port directed at the coil has a high ridge around it so that if a bit of flooding occurs, it is redirected and channeled back to the wick instead of the down to the afc. Bottom air flow can work without leaking even if it is wicked loosely in the wicking ports after filling.
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GTA syle decks with large wicking ports seem to work better for me as well, with large diameter ID coils.

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MitchL wrote:

GTA syle decks with large wicking ports seem to work better for me as well, with large diameter ID coils.



Can you Define Large Diameter. 3mm ?