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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
PROS
harder metal (less marking up) adjustable top ring
CONS
readout smaller than V2 default setting "LCD screen on"
Very pleased with quality and price. Really enjoy the appearance of tapered top ring. Gap above ring allows airflow. Found that if I drill out detents with 1/16" bit the ring can be unwound to meet bottom of atomiser. Air flows through the new holes and closing the gap mechanically strengthens joint of mod to atty, safeguarding the 510 threads. Preferred the larger and brighter readout of V2 model. This V5 has a default setting which lights the screen on every puff, must go through menu on every battery change to alter. If either my V2 or V3 wear out, I will replace with another V5.
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cheap cheap cheap Airhole has "neck" raising it above bottom of cup. - - please read FULL review
CONS
Airflow very restricted. Typical coil over airhole, melting solids drip on to hole, plugging it.
To protect airhole, push coil to one side and down to bottom of cup. (bottom of cup is where everything ends up anyways) Air turbulence will give coil plenty of "blow by". Once crudded up, a real rebuild is next; Disassemble. Using a 5/64" bit, drill shoulder of body (just below, almost touching glass). Using a 1/16" bit, drill (remove first) positive centerpin of coil head. (airflow improves) Pull out old wick/wire. Pull out insulation (transparent plastic around wire where it passes through and under ceramic) from ONE side only. Cut 6" of 32 Ga Kanthal, fire clean, fold 1 1/2" of one end over on itself, twist tightly (45 degree pitch), cut off tag end and loop at fold. Using .035" rod (or 20 Ga needle) make 6 widely spaced turns, ending with legs opposed. (take care that "twisted leg" reaches the curved part of coil) 1/16" outside coil, bend (tiny curve) twisted leg 180 degrees so it faces same direction as single leg. Insert single leg in to hole that has insulation removed (fits now). Insert twisted leg in to airhole in center of ceramic cup. Pull on both legs and draw coil to cup, bend coil gently to fit curve of cup, continue pulling legs. When coil is at bottom; Bend single leg against body (negative) and insert centerpin insulator. Twisted leg (should reach bottom of cup, then rise above, across and down nipple of airhole) goes inside insulator and contacts centerpin (positive). Trim tag ends. Do not fill above height of airhole nipple (seriously, who would? this holds plenty.)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
PROS
Glass tank. M2L or LH. Dual or single coil.
CONS
Air adjustment screws move inwards because of vacum.
Squeezed set screws for air control with sharp toothed pliers, don't move now. Not a fan of bottom fill tanks, but learned to hold down glass and refill from top. "Tiny juice tracks" are not so tiny for 65PG/35VG, put wicks right inside them. No dry hits and no flooding. No-crack tank and drip tip for under $10. Good deck and materials. Building style possibilities endless.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
PROS
subohm or ohm + DL or M2L top fill glass tank
CONS
some have that nasty cutting/coolant taste fill holes in topcap have burrs, kill o-rings
Wish fill holes were bigger. Remove topcap, on the underside, use 1/8" drill bit by hand to remove burr from fill holes and leave beveled edges. Tough to set for M2L, but once there, it stays properly adjusted. (TY spring and detent ball)
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Mini Electric Stirrer / Mixer / Whisk for Egg / Juice / Coffee
Mini Electric Stirrer / Mixer / Whisk for Egg / Juice / Coffee

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High Speed
CONS
Wisk too large for bottle necks.
Cut off wisk, made a few 45' bends (balanced), fits now. Instant size increase, juice full of air and mixed, time saver.
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