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IndrekO
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  • JoinedMar 2014
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Overall   (2.7)
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PROS
Cheap Square bottles save space
CONS
Very hard to squeeze One bottle is slightly crushed at the top Very tight cap
Decent bottles at best. They somewhat work, the cap is on so tight that I need to pry it off with a knife, but I guess it's still better than too loose. The main con is that it is very hard to squeeze these bottles, really need to crush this with my whole hand. And one of the bottles is crushed at the top. Would not buy again.
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IndrekO
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Overall   (4.0)
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PROS
Interesting "Different" flavor Exceptional quality and threading Lots of spares The most difficult "RTA" to build
CONS
Gets too hot Draw too restricted
This RTA is... interesting. If you're bored, get this. Fiddling with this will keep you busy for weeks, months even. You might get it to work for you. You might not. It's all about wicking versus e-liquid VG/PG ratio with this one. 2/3 of my wicks just ended up in either dry hit land or gurgling/flooding. But if it works, the flavor is very on point. I'm not going to say it's the kind of flavor you get from an RDA at 100W, where your whole mouth is coated with flavoring. It's more like Kayfun-style flavor. It's very crisp. My main con with this device and why it's now collecting dust in my drawer is that the draw is far too restrictive and "weird". A 4 mm vertical coil requires way more air to pop the flavor. I feel it has so much potential, but it's mostly going to waste. If anyone has successfully modified this to allow more air, please let me know. As of now I haven't been able to figure this out.
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IndrekO
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Overall   (4.5)
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PROS
Excellent flavor for its size Very competitve price Easy to build and wick Good throat hit
CONS
Proprietary drip tip/top cap Slotted screws Small tank
This is an excellent RTA in terms of flavor and how easy it is to build on it, as long as you don't overdo it, you'll get excellent flavor with a good throat hit out of it. But it has a small tank. If you get this, get the aftermarket bubble glass as well and thank me later. It uses slotted screws which is not ideal as they tend to slip off. However, these cons are overshadowed by the awful drip tip/top cap. It's ugly, uncomfrtable and does not allow you to use your own drip tips. If Oumier were to re-release this with bubble glass and metal top cap with 510 drip tip, this would hands down be the best low wattage direct lung RTA of 2019. Read my full review here: https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/ck85rc/a_buzzing_review_the_oumier_wasp_nano_rta/
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IndrekO
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Overall   (3.7)
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PROS
Versatile Looks Flavor
CONS
Shallow juice well No stopper on AFC Can't screw RDA on/off without removing cap
This is an absolutely beautiful RDA. AFC works great allowing use of both big and small builds. The glass doesn't get too hot and the mouthpiece is comfortable. It would be a near perfect RDA if airflow were on a stopper and if it would be possible to remove it from mod without getting juice on my hands. Those are the only cons aside from the shallow juice well, but this does not really annoy me that much as the low profile adds to looks. RDA cap is also rather tight so need to be careful when attaching it. I already broke one o-ring. Now I lube it each time with juice.
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IndrekO
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Overall   (2.0)
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PROS
Decent capacity Looks good
CONS
Threading
I loved it while it lasted. I wish there were a metal casing for the threaded part as the plastic threads don't last. The threads were completely ruined after about 2 weeks.
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